tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC February 24, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. welcome to hollywood. home of the oscars, which are right across the street. home of the walk of fame which is right in front of our building. home of dozens of homeless spider men who live literally on those stars. are you paying attention to the elections? how can you not? it's donald trump against all reasonable expectation -- he's now the no kidding around favorite to become the republican nominee for president. he won the nevada caucuses last night. he didn't just win, he destroyed. he got more votes than marco rubio and ted cruz combined. it's yuge. it's humongous. it's humiliatingly close to unanimous.
he won white men, white women, white rich people, white poor people. rural whites, urban whites. guy, which was nice. [ laughter ] trump actually even won the latino vote. which is amazing. >> guillermo: it's crazy. >> jimmy: i have to say it makes me wonder if people really come here from mexico for a better life? or if they come to get away from their relatives? maybe they want the wall to keep their in-laws out. [ laughter ] you would support a wall that kept your mother-in-law in another country, wouldn't you? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: this was trump's third straight victory following wins in new hampshire and south carolina. and afterwards he spoke passionately to an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. >> [ bleep ] make up stories! they should never say no [ bleep ]!
i believe we have the wrong clip. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was not donald trump? okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry. i'm kidding, of course. that was kanye west speaking at his church. [ laughter ] this is donald trump. >> we won the evangelicals, we won with young, we won with old, we won with highly educated, we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. >> jimmy: well, they feel the same way about you. [ laughter ] he loves the poorly educated. who says that? and they love that he loves them. in fact, the poorly educated love him so much, they made him this advertisement. >> announcer: in dangerous times, america needs a leader. someone who is tough enough to stand up to the terrorists. and secure the mexican border.
stand up to dictators like little kim of north korea. voldemort putin of russia. and chinese president 11. donald trump believes in the constipation and will protect your rights under the second commencement. let's make america great again. donald trump. paid for by this guy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so i was -- i grew up in las vegas. i'm pretty sure i know why trump won nevada. so this is a campaign sign supporting ted cruz. this is a sign supporting marco rubio. and this is the one for donald trump. [ laughter ] so it's really hard to top. i don't care how nice your lawn is. it's not going to beat that. dr. ben carson finished a distant fourth in nevada. he only got 5% of the vote. but for some reason he's still not dropping out.
he said, this is a quote, "i believe that things are starting to happen here." you know it's time to drop out when it has been weeks since donald trump even bothered to call you a moron. while trump was at his big victory party, carson was in a conference room at the embassy suites where he laid out a clear and upbeat vision for his campaign going forward. >> right now we're sort of in the ancient rome stage. where everybody wanted to go to the coliseum a colosseum, bring on the lions and tigers and let's see them eat the people. i mean, this was cool, that's what they wanted. while rome was burning. and, you know -- right now we're in that stage, okay, but -- we extinguishers. and we are going to put the fire out. and we are going to put the fire
wait, what? we're going to put the fire out? and in our bellies? and if we're in ancient rome, how do we get ahold of a bunch of fire extinguishers? you know, i was thinking about why he was still running today. and my first guess is he's retired and he's bored. he has $10 million in the bank. why not run? but there's another possibility. i want you to think about this. maybe he's sleep walking. you know? people do crazy things while they're sleep walking. they cook, they get in their car and drive, they climb out windows. maybe ben carson is running for president in his sleep. all the signs are there. his eyes are half shut. he barely speaks above a whisper. most of what he says makes little to no sense. i really think he could be sleeping. put him in pajamas, you wouldn't know the difference. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: someone needs to lead him gently back to bed is what
here's a guy who could help ben carson get his energy up. new england patriots rob gronkowski. in case you've been worrying about whether or not rob has been enjoying his offseason, he's been cruising the bahamas with 2,500 of his biggest fans on the gronk party ship. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you might hate him but 85 you've got to love him. how would he have celebrated if his team had won? facebook has new features to lead us farther away from real human interaction. facebook today rolled out a new thing called reactions. they tested this in ireland and in spain. i guess it did well. because it's now available everywhere. and here they are. there's like, which we had.
there's wow. there's sad. and there's enough with the baby photos already. now instead of liking when a friend's dog passes away, which is weird. you can be much more thoughtful and sensitive posting a sad emoji with a giant tear squirting out of its face. soon all languages of the world will be boiled down to two symbols, a smiley face and a poop. on that day we will have peace. facebook launched another new feature this week. it's a birthday cam that lets you record a 15-second video wish someone a happy birthday, a video version of voice mail and who doesn't love voice mail. now instead of getting birthday messages from people you don't know you'll also get birthday know. i barely have the energy to type "happy b-day" on someone's facebook page, never mind make a video. facebook's always coming up with
strangers bother us. if this birthday cam proves to be a success, another video feature might be their most popular upgrade yet. >> birthday cam created a new way to send friends a nice message on their special day. now another service that lets you send your facebook friends a new kind of message. >> happy birthday, bud day. >> hey, what's up? who the [ bleep ] are you? >> the facebook who the [ bleep ] are you cam. this new app allows you to go to your friends list, select names, then send a short video message asking who the [ bleep ] they are. >> did we go to camp together? hot [ bleep ] are you? i notice you live in bull fair yeah who the [ bleep ] are you? i understand you ran a marathon, who the [ bleep ] are you? and why are you asking me to play games? your profile picture is a baby, are you a baby? who the [ bleep ] are you? who the [ bleep ] are you? >> the facebook who the [ bleep ] are you cam. because when you have thousands of friends, you should probably
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back to the show. gordon ramsay, jurnee smollett-bell, music from wolfmother is on the way. i love a good prank. i love it when it involves a family member. so i mentioned before the break there's a guy in england who came up with a unique way to mess with his mom. for a year he recorded himself tossing an egg to/at her. he'd do it when she least expected it, chuck an egg. he recorded it and posted the video for all the world to enjoy. >> oh no! no! ahh! no! oh! no!
no! oh! no! oh! no! no! no! no! oh [ bleep ]! every [ bleep ]ing day. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pretty good. we went to great lengths to find this kid. we searched the world. we located him in london enjoying us on our big cisco screen. say hello to jamie keith and his mom carol. hello, jamie and carol. how are you? >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you for joining us. what time is it there right now? >> 20 past 1:00. >> jimmy: a.m., so it's almost breakfast, get the eggs ready, i guess. >> yeah, early.
throw eggs at your mother? >> god. i think -- well, i guess when we were growing up. we lived in back country, you might destroy it and that would be half developed. we can't always have that way of life, just make it easier -- >> jimmy: i know we both speak english but i didn't understand one word of that. when you did this the first time did you know you were going to do it over and over again? >> no, i didn't. but i did enjoy the reaction first time, so from there i thought it could be something that would be worth developing. >> i see. >> continuing. >> and carol, what happens when you see the egg in the air? because you have very, very good reflexes. does time slow down? like "the matrix"? eggs. >> well, i've had some good practice over the years. and i'm quite lazy.
fridge i'm very tempted to throw the butter and say, could you pop it in the fridge? to be honest the eggs was was a whole new league. it was so irritating. so irritating. >> jimmy: have you ever thought about screaming anything other than "no" every single time an egg is coming at you? >> yeah, worse. >> jimmy: jimmy, have you ever considered throwing bacon at your mother to even things out? >> i think the burns if it lands on skin could be a bit irritating. for hygiene reasons we'll stick with eggs. >> you do have some kind of a conshouldn't. carol, do you blame yourself for this? do you blame yourself since you did raise this monster? >> yeah. yeah, i do. i take full blame in that -- i grew up in a house with three brothers so what you did was you did the washing-up at the sink and literally toss the plates or cups or glasses to whoever was standing nearest the cupboard.
tossers in the family is what you have. >> complete tossers. and i seemed to have created my own. >> jimmy: yeah, you definitely did create your own. you know, easter is coming up in a couple of months. do you have anything special planned? >> yeah, big-time with all those eggs. >> heavy footage being captured that month. >> jimmy: well, i thought the video was very, very funny. i enjoyed it immensely. jamie, thanks for taping it. i know carol was probably annoyed but i will say it gave us all a good laugh. did you catch it? >> yes! >> just about. >> jimmy: she caught it again. unbelievable. jamie and carol, thank you guys very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: cheerio! all right. so, you know, the oscars are sunday night. and after the oscars we have our
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>> jimmy: hi, welcome back. tonight, from the new show " underground," jurnee smollett-bell is here. then they are in the middle of a tour of the united states. this is their album. it's called " victorious," wolfmother from the samsung outdoor stage. tomorrow night, kelly ripa is in town. for the oscars. she will be here tomorrow. from " how to get away with murder" billy brown is here. we'll have music from tinashe and snakehips featuring chance the rapper and a new edition of "mean tweets." and sunday night, the oscars here on abc. my tux comes out of storage for our 11th annual jimmy kimmel live after the oscars show." it's our biggest show of the year. this time around with ben affleck, chris rock, tracy morgan, j.k. simmons, mike tyson, matthew broderick, nathan lane, henry cavill,
galore. that's sunday night, please join us for that. our first guest tonight is a very talented and volatile person. he should not be working with knives, but he does. season 15 of his show " hell's kitchen" airs wednesday nights on fox. please say hello to gordon ramsay! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look well. >> thank you, good to see you. >> jimmy: you still have a crushing handshake, a handshake that is designed to humiliate other men, yes? >> it's to send a very stern message. a warm welcome, don't [ bleep ] with me. >> jimmy: let me ask you, why is it -- i was thinking about this today. i think this confuses me. why is it okay to scream and yell at people who work for you in a restaurant -- i'm not speaking about you specifically.
why is it accepted in that workplace and not accepted at, say, the mall? >> first of all, [ bleep ], right? from 6:30 to 11:30 at night it's pandemonium pandemonium. you've got to get that message across. fully booked, immense pressure. i think it's that level of camaraderie, banter, communication. and then you need some donkey to throw the spanner in the works and the whole thing goes tits-up. not good. you're right, it's the energy in the kitchen, you can feel it, right? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> you think, wow, what's going on in there? i want to get in there. >> jimmy: no, i want to stay out of there if you're in there. are you able to at a nice restaurant, michelin star restaurant, able to joke around? is that allowed? with your boys behind the line -- i go back to my time in paris when i started working at an amazing place.
next minute you're peeling shallots. you get behind the line, you get this big, beautiful, white french hat. i don't know what it is with the french, big, white hats. >> jimmy: maybe they're short? seems taller if you have a big hat on? >> or elsewhere. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: . >> i was excited about keeping this hat clean. wednesday night, middle of service. one of these french [ bleep ] comes along, literally dropped an egg on top of my hat. i'm standing there cook recognize are i could feel all this [ bleep ] -- >> jimmy: cracked it into your hat? >> i was so pissed off. my job the next three days was to sling pigeons. both fingers into the back side, pull out the hearts and livers. they're delicious, come on. i stored these things. i stored them outside. these things are getting slimy and green. i thought, right, you little bastard. monday i had things wrapped up --
>> no, the livers and the hearts. i went up, bang, on top of his head. you could see this french guy's face like frothing. >> jimmy: did he ever mess with you again? >> no, no, he left a week later. >> jimmy: he did. you drove him out of tooking altogether. his kids haven't had a meal in who knows how many years. how are your kids doing? >> great. expensive. >> jimmy: yeah, they are. yeah, kids are expensive. how old are your children? >> no one told you how expensive they were going to did be. 17, twins are 16, matilda's 14. >> jimmy: the danger zone there. or are they in the danger zone with you as a dad? do you embarrass them? >> they are, and any guy that comes within 500 meters of them. >> jimmy: oh, right. >> oldest started driving. as you, do i couldn't wait to get out in the car, go crazy. we bought her a car. i got the lessons. then i did something bad. i feel bad. >> jimmy: i'm sure.
lesson. she came into the house. he was going through the manuals. i sneaked into the car. >> jimmy: into the back seat? >> into the back seat. this tiny [ bleep ] car. i sneaked and got down. got my son to lock me in. meg came out 25 minutes later. sat in. indicators, mirror, left, right, horn, et cetera. and then, right, megan, start the car, we're about to go. she said, no, i want to pull my seat back. crushed me right in the nuts. >> jimmy: was she driving a car or a karma? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> she got really upset. >> jimmy: she got upset? that she hurt you? >> no. upset that i was in there. >> jimmy: oh, right. >> i was just trying to give some back-seat advice. didn't go too well. she didn't pass the test, i don't know. >> jimmy: probably not a good idea when your daughter's learning to drive to scare her from the back seat. they say startling people while
>> i wanted to help her. speed this lesson license up. she's got the car, she hasn't passed the test. meg, come on you're nearly 18. the car's getting dust on it. >> jimmy: give her time. you don't want her out going crazy. >> she said, dad, chill, relax your sack, i'll get an uber. >> that's right. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: don't back seat the uber. >> then the boyfriends. >> how many boyfriends come around? >> well, not many. >> jimmy: not many, yeah. >> they don't come up to the house. i think -- 17's a tough age. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you're sort of getting used to the sort of things happening and growing and kissing, et cetera. i say to jack, he's my son, look, mate, there's 100 a week, keep me updated, photos online and et cetera -- >> jimmy: you're teaching jack to be a rat? $100 a week, i'll stalk your daughter for $100 a week. >> i'm over the conversation.
first princess. the earlier you tell me the more i can do about it. what do you mean, dad? log this in your mind. >> jimmy: you're our oldest princess and jack is our youngest little rat. >> there was a shot, skiing in germany on half term. jack said, good news, they're in a nightclub. i said, there's two girls and two guys. who's that big -- i sent a message to megan. meg, who's the big german giraffe with the bent nose with his hand around you? she said, daddy, it's a friend a friend? tell him when he wants his nose straight i'll [ bleep ] do it for him. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you should definitely not have children. gordan ramsay is here. we'll take a break, be right
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>> jimmy: we're back. still to come, jurnee smollett-bell and music from wolfmother. this is your 15th season of "hell's kitchen" which is unbelievable. >> incredible. cook. >> jimmy: are there any good cooks left? or just people showing up who like to be abused? >> there are some good -- when you get down to the top ten, top five, it goes up a level. $250,000 prize. an amazing job this year. i want them to become good. they freeze in the middle of service. >> jimmy: what separates a good cook from a great cook? you see so many people who work in a kitchen, they chop things, make things, they taste great. what is it? what separates a guy like you from a guy that maybe we've never heard of? >> i think that level of vision and understanding when to say stop, also i have a different method, i teach them how to
if you don't know what it tastes like you should not be cooking it. our 15th year and 14 of those years have been three michelin stars so we can't get any higher. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm glad you mentioned taste. i learned something about you. all the time you spend here in the united states, you've never tasted girl scout cookies. >> i don't think of amazing cookies with girl scouts. >> jimmy: this is almost sacred territory you're entering. >> okay. >> jimmy: there's the american flag and there's willie nelson and then we have girl scout cookies. [ cheers and applause ] those are the things we care about. okay? i don't want to get you run out of the country. but these are girl scout cookies. girl scouts, you know what the girl scouts are. >> like the guides. >> jimmy: no, they're little girls. they sell them outside the supermarket. i'm surprised you haven't seen them in action. they're everywhere. these are three kinds. if you want to just go ahead and
>> visually they look like dog business kits. >> jimmy: visually they do look like dog biscuits, yes. >> yeah, they're okay. >> jimmy: that's a tag-along. it's got like peanut butner there or something. >> the name? tag-along? >> jimmy: indian word, it means "dog business kit." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the samoa. it's got a coconutty thing -- here's milk in case you want some. >> thank you. >> jimmy: guillermo always has a glass of milk handy. he's logic actating so it's natural. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> are they always this small? >> jimmy: they're always that small. i feel they were bigger. maybe i was smaller when it started out. >> that's a bit weird. >> jimmy: i don't like those, those aren't my favorite. these are my favorite. you need mill income. >> yes. >> jimmy: go ahead. these are my favorite. these are the thin mints. now whale t i will do is put these in a freezer, then pull out a
one sitting. >> jimmy: so you like -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well. gordon ramsay's visa just expired. the final season of "hell's kitchen" airs wednesday nights at 9:00 on fox. gordan ram day, everybody! be right back with jurnee smollett-bell. a blade. many blades. blades here, blades there. some more over there... whoa! that's not another blade. this is shielding. with lubrication here and here. the new gillette with proshield lubrication shields from irritation for a close, comfortable shave. the new proshield from gillette. the best a man can get. and one proshield refill gets
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there, we are back. we still have music to come from wolfmother. our next guest's acting career began at age four with a recurring role on "full house." she was the third olsen twin. you can see her next in the historical thriller " underground," it premieres march 9th at 10:00 on wgn america. please welcome jurnee smollett-bell!
>> wow, wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm going to say off the bat, you seem so much bubblier than gordon ramsay for sure. >> i have to say gordon ramsay is my younger brother jake's cooking idol. my brother's a chef. he came backstage and he was gawking. >> jimmy: well, you don't want to get to know him too well. >> really? >> jimmy: well, he's mean, yeah. >> oh. >> jimmy: he spit girl scout cookies all over the floor what kind of a monster does that? >> that guy, come on what's the matter? >> jimmy: your first in my opinion is jurnee. correct? >> yeah, it's like if my name wasn't weird enough my parents had to spell it differently. >> jimmy: that has to be a pain. >> it is. people want to pronounce it jur-nay. >> jimmy: like rene. >> no. >> jimmy: rur-nay. your brother's jake. >> jodo, jazz, jesse, jurnee, jake -- >> jimmy: my parents are like
my parents are joan and jim -- >> there's more strange parents that do the "j" thing? >> jimmy: not to the extent of jurnee but yes. my sister's jill, my brother's jonathan. it does form a bond in the family when you have the same -- you know. did they expect you to marry a guy who's got a "j" in his name? >> my husband's name is josiah. >> jimmy: there you go. [ applause ] that's great for the towels and everything, monograms. >> it's great, we've just got to buy a "jb." >> jimmy: very nice. how long have you been married? >> five and a half years. >> jimmy: when you were a little girl you were on "full house." we got a picture. >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: there you are. [ cheers and applause ] do you know which of the olsen twins? >> no, sorry, i failed. >> jimmy: how long were you on this show? >> i was on until i was like 6.
and my mom said no. >> jimmy: i had such a crush on her, you remember her? [ laughter ] your mom said no to the spinoff? >> yeah she was tired. all my siblings were working, all six of us. >> jimmy: as actors? >> yeah, five of us were. she was like, i'm not doing another television show until all of them are on the same show. so the producers of "full house" were like, there's more? bring them all in. >> jimmy: oh, you guys -- what was the name of this though? >> it was on abc. it was called "on our own." >> jimmy: wow. >> we went into -- >> jimmy: these are your real brothers and sisters? >> except for him. >> jimmy: yeah. okay. wow, that's crazy. wow. that's convenient for mom, first of all. but was that fun for you to be on with your brothers and sisters? >> it was so much fun. it was criminal they even gave us a show. we had like our rap group, okay? >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, so my mom used to
we were huge public enemy fans. >> jimmy: what? >> i was flavor flav. >> jimmy: wait, how old are you? >> 7. i had a big clock hanging around my neck, i'd swing it. all i had to do is chime in and be like, yeah, boys! >> jimmy: being an adult what songs would you do? >> when we met with abc, like these amazing executives at abc had us come in to try to decide and we performed "shut 'em down" by public enemy. >> jimmy: do you remember any of that song? >> the first -- yeah. i remember it. >> how did it go? i testified my mama cried black people died when the other man lied [ cheers and applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, that's why i'm not a rapper. but really, my main job was to come in and be flavor flav. >> jimmy: wow. that's really weird.
by the way, i watched your new show, i thought it was really good, i enjoyed watching it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's very different. >> it's not what you would expect. >> jimmy: not at all. especially the opening scene. where there's like rap music. >> kanye west yeah. it opens with kanye's "black skinhead." >> jimmy: i never want to ruin what people are going to see. >> i just gave it away? >> jimmy: can you describe your character? >> "underground" is about the underground railroad, the first civil rights movement. >> jimmy: imagine that with kanye west -- >> rosalie has never been off the plantation and is forced to make this choice, do i run or not? do i run 600 miles, leaving my family behind? and really, you know, the approach to the show is bold. it's audacious. it's shocking. and it's really what you wouldn't expect. >> jimmy: it is. >> but we have so many amazing people. john legend is a producer on the show.
so he chose -- >> jimmy: he did a good job. i wor boy worred watching it, what is it like when most of the african-american actors are slaves on the show, and most of the white actors are slave owners, and a lot of them are pretty bad? what's it like at lunch? [ laughter ] is it weird? >> honestly, i have to say -- like the actors who had to do like the really bad things, they were the sweetest to us. >> jimmy: they were. i bet they were! i would be too! >> oh, yeah, they were. no, like p.j. who plays bill, he's one of the slave drivers on the plantation -- >> jimmy: he's terrible. >> he does awful things to me. and he was like my best friend on set. >> jimmy: it's called overcompensation. [ laughter ] >> you think so? >> jimmy: definitely worth
>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank my guests and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, victorious." here with the title-track, wolfmother. it seems the competition is riding on her tail it seems that they were hoping she
that they have made around their own construction and can't you see that we are all the masters of our destiny and she wont be called the victim of your faded memory she will be victorious and won't get the battle loss her ways are mysterious victorious don't you ever get tired don't you ever feel like
this is "nightline." >> tonight, apple versus the fbi. it is an abc news exclusive. one on one with company ceo tim cook. why he is refusing to comply with a federal demand to unlock the iphone of one of the san bernardino killers. phone. this case is about the future. >> how it feels to be in the eye of the storm in a fierce national debate over security versus privacy. >> it's not just about privacy, it's also about public safety. >> and what he has to say about donald trump's call to boycott apple. plus dalia dippolito made national headlines after she was accused of trying to have her now ex-husband killed in an