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can you imagine? people are getting upset about this? starbucks isn't celebrating jesus' birthday. what makes people think jesus wants to be on a starbucks cup? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to tell you something. jesus does not, he wants no part of this. there's no iced frappajesus, he does not want to be part of this. to me the outrage is they start putting out holiday cups in october. can we please get through pumpkin latte season first?
if you have time to actively protest the color and design of the starbucks holiday cup? you know what you should do? anything else. literally. anything else. [ cheers and applause ] go sit in the middle of a cul-de-sac and play candy crush or something. at least you'll be exercising your thumbs. the race for the republican nominee for president got more interesting over the weekend. donald trump hosted "saturday night live." since the debate dr. ben carson held a slight lead over donald trump, the latest poll has him leading trump 28 to 27. now with some of the unusual stories ben carson has been tell and has written about himself in his past, trump has a lot of material on which to pounce. >> do you think that he has not been honest? >> i just don't know. i mean, i'm not involved. i don't really know. it's a lot of the things. when you say hitting your mother over the head with a hammer, when you talk about hitting a friend in the face with a lock, a padlock, you know.
you talk about stabbing someone and it got stopped by a belt buckle. which, you know -- belt buckles really pretty much don't stop they turn and twist and things slide off of them. it's pretty lucky if that happened. >> jimmy: very lucky if that happened. he's referring to the story, ben carson claims when he was a kid he tried to stab another kid but the kid's belt buckle got in the way and saved him. some people don't believe this happened. so now he's found himself in the very unusual position of having to say, yes, i did too try to stab somebody! >> is your mother afraid of you? >> i don't think she was afraid of me. he certainly knew about my temper. >> is he the one who you tried to knife? >> i'm not giving any information about who the person was that i tried to knife. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the last time he checks in curbside, i'll tell you that.
why would he want people to think he stabbed somebody? >> one of the things that we learn in medicine is that we can learn just as much from a mistake as we can from a failure. >> jimmy: oh. oh, now it makes sense, all right. yeah. this stabbing incident was even part of the tv movie. they made a movie about his life. this is a real clip from the movie "gifted hands: the ben carson story." >> go to hell! >> what'd you say to me? >> get off me! >> bennie! what'd you do? >> oh, no! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: always bring a belt to a knife fight.
they should have called that movie "saved by the belt." the dramatic closeup of the broken knife on the ground makes you realize just how deadly a junior high school nerd this man really was. and on top of that, over the weekend i saw photographs of the inside of ben carson's home. walls of his house are covered with news clippings, honorary degrees, photos of him with celebrities, he basically lives in a scrapbook with a roof. but that's fine. he's accomplished a lot. some of the stuff he has hanging on his walls though is so unbelievable i thought it might be fun to see if you could tell which of them are real and which we made up. so i'll show you a piece of art or a photograph. you have to guess whether it's real from inside ben carson's house or not. all right? our first piece is -- a painting of ben carson, i think -- and what appears to be jesus. oh, yeah, that's hanging in his
[ cheers and applause ] they ought to put that on the new starbucks holiday cup. all right, how about this one? this is a large photo or painting of ben carson with his arms folded in front of a tree. is that hanging over ben carson's fireplace at his home? yes. yes, it is. and one more. this is a quote from the bible which is funny considering the photograph we just saw. by humility and the fear of our lord are riches, honor and lie, from the book of poverbs. supposedly proverbs but it's missing the letter "r" which is disturbing, either he didn't notice it was misspelled or he did notice and decided, doesn't matter. which i think is even more disturbing. the same guy who made that sign made another one in his kitchen. it says "the lord woks in mysterious ways." the one in the bathroom too,
"blessed are the poo in spirit." put that painting of ben and jesus up again. [ cheers and applause ] there's so many great things about it. if donald trump had a painting like this, we'd set him on fire, right? i love that jesus is in a bathrobe. it's like they had a spa day together. i wonder if that would hang in the white house. that would be a nice item for the oval office. we have a great show. from "modern family," ty burrell is here. [ cheers and applause ] lake bell is here. and it's mashup monday. we mash up joss stone with stone temple pilots to form joss stone temple pilots which is going to be great, like peanut butter and jelly in the same jar together. isn't that right guillermo? where's guillermo? where are the producers?
what's going on? oh, i know what's going on. i know what this is. can you put a camera in the green room, please? thank you. >> now, i know what you're thinking. you're thinking, ty, you're a two-time emmy award winner, you're one of the most successful television actors that has ever walked the face of the earth. why are you selling mary kay products in your spare time? and i'll tell you why. because i believe in those products. and now you can be a part of it too. i want to hear something from you. who here hates their boss? >> jimmy: wait a minute, hold on a second. hey, ty? >> hey, jimmy. that's awesome that you're here, they were talking about what a great boss you are. >> jimmy: thank you. but you know, we're in the middle of the show. these people work on the show. they have jobs to do right now. >> work for mary kay, you can be working for yourselves with no kimmels to tell you what to do. >> jimmy: we talked about this and i specifically asked you not to recruit for mary kay at my show.
told you this is not about selling cosmetics, it's about changing lives! >> guillermo: i feel beautiful. thank you, ty burrell. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you're so welcome. so welcome. >> jimmy: that's it. everybody get back to work. right now. >> no, no! >> jimmy: let's go, everybody -- >> this is the biggest mistake of your lives! [ cheers and applause ] >> this is destiny talking, your destiny! biggest mistake you'll ever make! i will be out in the parking lot later if you want any -- yeah. all right. >> guillermo: do i get my free lipsticks? >> i'm not a monster, of course you do. >> jimmy: all right. guillermo, get back in here, i need you guarding my body. we will see ty in moments. when we come back from the break, i have -- i am not just one great idea, i have three great ideas i will pitch to the
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straight into the "shark tank." >> next up is an entrepreneur seeking a second chance in the tank. >> oh! >> oh, no. >> him again. >> jimmy: that's right, me again. hello, sharks. my name is jimmy kimmel. >> oh my lord. >> jimmy: i'm from kimmel laboratories as you probably know. you may remember me from last season where i presented you with a revolutionary new idea. horse pants. they're comfortable, fashion inability, business casual. appropriate for the track or the barn. as you may recall, robert offered me $5 million for a 10% stake in horse pants and i accepted. but when i asked him for the money up front in cash in a big bag, robert backed out. >> shameful. >> jimmy: well this year i am back with an even better idea. and i am excited to present my latest revolutionary new
to everyone except for robert. sharks, let me tell you a story. one day i was walking with my daughter down the street. and i stopped to look at a youtube video of a baby pig wearing boots. while i was looking at this hilarious video, my daughter ran off into the street. luckily no cars were coming. but i learned a valuable lesson that day. and i turned that lesson into an idea. and i turned that idea into an industry. fasten your shark belts because i present to you -- the kid kone. a full-sized traffic safety cone for kids. >> there is an actual child in there? >> jimmy: say hello, tanner. >> hello, i'm tanner but i can't see. >> jimmy: you can let your children play in traffic knowing the kid kone is there to protect them. i'm seeking $100,000 for 5% of
an emerging industry. if you look at this pie chart you will see the wearable cone market. we have 100% of it right now. if you believe the children are our future, let's do the safety dance together. put a cone on every kid. thank you. >> how does it work? the kid's head. >> can we see that demonstrated? guillermo? >> guillermo: sure. >> jimmy: see that? >> how are you liking that? >> it's pretty hot. >> jimmy: wait. >> yeah, it's also great. >> jimmy: it's great. >> what does it cost? >> jimmy: it costs about $30 to make and we're selling them for $29.99. >> does that hurt the child's head? >> jimmy: who cares, really? the child is safe, okay? helmets are uncomfortable too. >> do you have anything better to show us today or is this the top of the line? >> jimmy: let me show you something else. something that i believe will grab you hook, line, and sinker.
people call fish the meat of the ocean. that's right. and sharks, what is the first thing you do when you eat a piece of fish? you squeeze a lemon on it. yes? >> yes, it's true. >> jimmy: do you know how dangerous that is? look at this video we made to demonstrate. >> guillermo: aahhh! >> wow. >> jimmy: whoa. what if the fish already had a squirt of lemon inside it? i present to you lemon in a fish tank. it's a lemon in a fish tank. i'm seeking $3 million in exchange for a 7.3% stake. yes? >> jimmy, how are you getting the lemon into the fish? >> jimmy: the fish eats the lemon through the mouth. >> do you have accredited laboratory testing on that? >> jimmy: do you think i would
laboratory testing on any of my products? >> yes. >> jimmy: how dare you. >> this is poopoo on the stick, take it behind the barn and shoot it, got anything else? >> jimmy: that brings me to my next idea, poopoo on a stick. you don't like the lemon? >> no, it's bad, really bad. >> jimmy: okay. then guillermo? >> guillermo: put it back. >> jimmy: show them what else we have. this is fruit. doctors say we should eat more of it but we don't. why? because fruit is boring. until now. introducing hats for fruit. >> wow. >> jimmy: how can this poor orange compare with a bag of burritos? it can't until it's wearing a hat. look at that. >> i love that. >> jimmy: pass the fruit out to some of the sharks. let them get an up-close look. >> what are you looking for for this interesting idea? >> look at your french beret. >> jimmy: i'm looking for $30 million. >> what percentage? >> guillermo: barbara! >> jimmy: you threw it on the
floor. >> where it belongs. >> jimmy: wait a minute, are you telling me you guys are not interested in any of my ideas? >> they really suck. >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. >> kimmel laboratories stock is plunging. >> have you ever taken an iq test? >> wow! >> barbara, does that mean you're out? >> i'm so out. but i'll take this cute little short guy. come on over here. >> i'm out, jimmy, sorry. >> jimmy: come on tanner, we're going home. >> guillermo: i'm still with you. >> jimmy: i'll be back by the way. when i'm back i'm not selling anything to any of you. guillermo, you can stay here. so disappointing. such a great idea, right, tanner? >> yeah. >> jimmy: look who's here, judas. >> guillermo: jimmy, barbara smells so good. >> jimmy: barbara smells good? >> it's crap. this show is going down the drains. >> can i bump into something?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight - from the new movie "man up" - lake bell is with us. and then our "mashup monday" series continues with joss stone and stone temple pilots - joining forces to form "joss stone temple pilots" from the samsung stage. this one is going to be great. tomorrow night - anthony anderson will be here, jena malone will join us, we'll have music from chris cornell - and later this week - rob lowe, julia roberts, adrianne palicki from "agents of s.h.i.e.l.d."
with music from future and dave gahan and soulsavers. so join us then. our first guest tonight is one of the funniest tv dads we've ever had - and we've had some funny tv dads in this country. he is consistently delightful on "modern family" - wednesday nights on abc. please welcome ty burrell. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like that you kept the mary kay suit on, you know? >> well, i showed up in the mary kay suit. i have made a fortune tonight. but much more importantly i'm making a difference. >> jimmy: yeah. that's for sure. i imagine like in the afterlife this is how you'd be dressed just before you're reincarnated as a baby girl.
you know? >> a baby girl who looks like me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> or a baby -- like a vegas singer, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, they do start everyone does, really. how are you doing? >> great, good. >> jimmy: still up in utah? >> yes. >> jimmy: you can't wear that there. i think people -- >> i think this would be an osmond -- this is a total osmond thing. >> jimmy: this is very osmond. you'd have to match all your brothers. you can't just individually wear it. you'd have trouble. >> no. >> jimmy: when you're up there, do you fly there or drive there? >> no, we drive. i come from a -- like a family that always, you know -- we were a road tripping family. didn't have a ton of money so vacation was always in the car. >> jimmy: i see, yes. same with my family. >> long, long, long trips. >> jimmy: ours weren't that long break down. >> yep, totally. >> jimmy: two hours into it. >> trying to get up a hill. >> jimmy: my dad would be mad and we'd all have to be real
quiet for the rest of the time. >> totally. wait a minute! you're my brother! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i will say the car was so big and deep and there were -- we were way in the back of the car, that we very well could have grown up together and never even known it. >> we actually have the opposite issue, which is we were always in a tiny, tiny clown car essentially. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> essentially. six of us. four siblings, two parents, a car that should have four people in it. one trip specifically was to go to the olympics. and it was -- my parents in the front -- >> jimmy: i assume the olympics in l.a.? >> 1984 olympics in l.a. we lived in oregon. it's a 12-hour drive. we would come to l.a. fairly regularly because my dad was from here. but we got in the car. we always planned on leaving the next morning. like, we're going to leave at 6:00. never happened. my dad would get home from work, excited, vacuuming the car, like we're leaving. we all got in the car at 6:00 as the sun was going down, we'd
here. that particular trip, there are six of us. it's three kids crammed into the back seat. my brother in the -- this is in the old days -- crammed in the angle of the window. laying like that. for 12 hours. i mean, none of us were wearing seat belts. he's literally a projectile. he's actually a weapon. if we brake hard enough. >> jimmy: we had this too. and the weird thing is, when you're in the back seat, when somebody pulls up behind you, it's like you're having a conversation with them. >> how are you? where you from originally? uh-huh? yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. that's just like our family. same deal. >> that particular trip my dad, who is just a -- he was an amazing guy. very enthusiastic, so excited to go to those olympics. that he had bought the cassette of the music for the 1984 olympics. >> jimmy: oh, that's great. >> which was this very
synthesized version. and he played it on a loop for 12 hours. i swear to god. played it on a loop. we would fall asleep and he would turn it down. as people would wake up he'd turn it back up. turn it back down. so we get this in the morning. everybody's just beaten down. and we find out that, once again, don't have a lot of money. he had, for the two weeks of the olympics, he had bought -- we had gotten four tickets to men's handball. lest i remind you, we're a six-person family. so we literally, like a savage, lawless society, we drew straws to who was going to go to men's handball. i was one of the lucky people went to men's handball. men's handball is awesome by the way. >> jimmy: i'm sure.
>> so for the rest of the two weeks my dad was so excited to be in los angeles. in this international place. >> jimmy: two weeks, four tickets. >> four tickets. in l.a. he is just so thrilled. we're living in a town of 200 people in oregon. so he's just thrilled that he's at this international event. and all we did was we would go to the venues. go outside of the venues and go to like different booths, international booths, around the venues. it felt like we were at the olympics. and he was so -- we started doing this thing just literally mainly to crack each other up. we were like, so boring, we come from oregon, there's people all over the world. somebody had taught him, given him one sentence in spanish. which he didn't really learn. so it was like -- it didn't -- i'm pretty sure it doesn't make any sense. [ speaking uponish ] i don't think it means anything. >> jimmy: let me go to our judge. the lady in the corner? does that mean anything? >> guillermo: the only thing it means is british and that's it.
>> yeah, british. but we walked around for two weeks at these booths outside of the stadiums. him going -- [ speaking foreign language ] and i would go -- [ speaking foreign language ] and he would go -- [ speaking foreign language ] and we just did that for two weeks, basically. also my father was clinically insane. >> jimmy: you don't need handball when you've got stuff like that. >> no, no. >> jimmy: what is the event -- you hosted an awards show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for a movie awards show for children. >> yes. thanks so much for asking. it's called "kids in the spotlight." it was this saturday. the second year. it's an organization founded by this woman who's appropriately name tyjee charity. it helps kids in the foster care system, in group homes, it gives them the resources to make short films and tell their own stories. it's an amazing thing. once a year they have their own oscars.
>> jimmy: right. >> so they go and you see the short films then they actually get all their awards. in addition to all the stuff about making the films, which is donated. donated time, mainly, from professionals. but donated cameras, all kinds of stuff. at the event, the limos are donated for them. they come up in limos. >> really, wow. >> professional hair and makeup people. it's their academy awards. >> jimmy: wow, that's really nice of people to do. that's unbelievable. >> yes, tons of people give their time. >> jimmy: are there entertainment reporters insulting their clothing on the way in? >> it's brutal. oh my god. >> jimmy: the kids go on too long with their acceptance speech do they get played off the stage? >> i do a thing at the front, i do a really funny musical number where i make fun of all the films. [ laughter ] >> no! >> jimmy: it builds their self-esteem from the bottom. >> bottom-up. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. the show is unbelievably funny.
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our next guest is a very talented woman. she has a funny new movie with simon pegg called "man up." it opens in new york and la friday - and on demand starting november 20th. please welcome lake bell! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's hard to believe that you were pregnant the last time you were here. >> i was pregnant. >> jimmy: how long ago was that? >> i'll take that as a compliment. >> jimmy: you should take that as a compliment. >> it's been a year and some change. >> jimmy: still, still, though. >> yeah. and you also, we both have -- >> jimmy: no, i'm a man, i am unable to. >> this is crazy. we have small humans. >> jimmy: my daughter's almost 16 months old. how old is your daughter? >> we're doing the 16-month thing. she's a year. you know, you i know if i'm going to do the multiple -- >> jimmy: you are, you have to. i'll tell you why.
i had a discussion with someone about this last night. because if you say, like -- if you say she's a year and then she's really 16 months, people think, oh, she's a genius. but if you say -- if you go the other way, they're like, oh, something wrong with this kid. >> oh, okay. it's to distinguish -- okay. >> jimmy: yes. >> the milestones, okay. >> jimmy: i'm just relearning all of this stuff myself, yeah. >> so she's 12 and -- 12 months and like a couple days. >> jimmy: you can go with a year there. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. the days are -- >> days, okay. >> jimmy: days you can skip. hours, minutes, whatever. those are immaterial. >> i'm just bad at math. i just got nervous that i would have to do that. >> jimmy: do you find yourself talking about the baby at all times? >> all the damn cliches are true. >> jimmy: we do that too. >> you do it. it's okay. >> jimmy: you can't help it. it's in your head, and you want to -- we're doing it right now and boring these people. >> i'm sorry.
it's incredible, though. it's like the first word thing. then you've got to show everyone. it's like the iphone becomes then just a whole -- you immediately talk to people and show them pictures. >> jimmy: yeah i do that too. i see people zoning out. especially if you play a video. >> let me show you. >> jimmy: you're a hostage to them. >> i know. >> jimmy: they're going, yeah, we know, other people have had babies before. >> yeah. not original. >> jimmy: i even was a baby at one time. >> we were all babies, guys, all of us. >> jimmy: so halloween was fun? >> yeah, we did the halloween thing. i mean, i dress my daughter up like a strawberry. again, i think that's sort of rude. i don't know. >> jimmy: why? >> because we're just -- she doesn't -- it's not like she's, please dress me up as a strawberry, mom, please. i'm like, it's her favorite food! >> jimmy: oh, really, okay. that's why. >> why, did you do that? >> jimmy: no, we did not dress her as a strawberry. >> what did you -- what's her name?
>> jimmy: her name's jane. we had three costumes for her. >> wow. >> jimmy: what is your >> nova. celestial, also a great chevy from the '70s. >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so we had three costumes we had to change. each time she pooped we changed her into a new one. >> yeah, parenting, right? >> jimmy: she was a monkey. >> a monkey's good. >> jimmy: and a -- sia briefly but she hated the wig. it was a disaster. and super girl as well. those three things. >> all in a night? >> jimmy: yeah, over the course the day. you know, we went a little crazy. >> yeah, but that's what you do. >> jimmy: that's what i do. it's not what you do obviously. you're just like, let's grab a fruit and make her one. >> oh my god. we are so hippie. it's really -- i mean, we give her a wooden spoon. i'm sure someone's going to call us on it. >> jimmy: i saw your movie today. i thought it was very funny. >> i was pregnant when i shot that. >> jimmy: you were? >> yeah, very -- nobody knew.
>> jimmy: a little seed. yes. >> just a little seed. i was like, physical comedy! >> jimmy: throwing up? all that stuff? >> i couldn't -- it's that weird moment where you can't tell anyone and you're feeling tremendously horrible but you still have to be hilarious. >> jimmy: you did something that i rarely see. you don't see this much. all the time we see english actors come over here and steal our accent. but you were with a group of english actors. >> yeah. >> jimmy: doing an english accent. >> here's the deal. it was definitely on my bucket list of things to do. to play a fully realized british character. i went to drama school over there, all my formative college years there, it was important to me. if i was going to do it, especially in a world, i'm a dialect aficionado. so i vowed that when i got there, i would land in uk and speak exclusively in a british accent. because the idea was not to be like method or pretentious.
pretentious and method. but the idea was simon pegg is in the movie, he's an improviser, i wanted to improvise. but i didn't want to get caught off. i'm going to cover all my bases and i'm going to try to, you know, really master this language -- or this dialect. it feels like a language. >> jimmy: this language we call english. >> i did it through the entire -- the entire -- my whole internment of shooting this. >> jimmy: did people find that annoying? how did that go? >> okay, so the problem was is that i committed so much to it that by the end of it -- you go through hell and back with people. you're in the trenches. you make a movie, you're like a family. at the end i wanted to sort of thank everyone from the bottom of my heart. not as this fake, this facade this british facade. but really as lake. so i got up there and i was like, this is going to be hilarious. or it's going to be sort of moving. i'll get up there, i'll come
out. you know, i'll come out as my american self. and i got up there. and i was like, look, i just want to thank you so much for all the work that you've done, in a british accent. and i just want to say that -- i'm american. in an american accent. and i really -- i just -- i have been waiting to tell you guys, you know. oh, the grips over there, you guys really thought that i was british. in fact i'm not and i love you and thank you. and it was met with such silence. and confusion. and disappointment. and betrayal. and then -- and i was like, oh, this did not land the way that i thought it would. >> jimmy: there's a weird long joke. on the other hand not one of them asked you where are you from the whole time you were there? >> i think i might have even just like laughed away from those questions.
>> jimmy: i see. >> helmsworth, obviously. given how i'm speaking. lesson learned. it's a great lesson for young actors as well. congratulations on the movie and the baby and all that stuff. lake bell, everybody. see the movie "man up" in l.a. and new york friday. on demand november 20th. we'll be right back with joss stone temple pilots! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. my name is 208 ridge road. and i've... seen things. like the sock rampage of 2010. the sleep eating of 2012. r and the babysitter makeout of 2014. gross. r