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but thinking about the outcome gets me through it. joyce: it will make life so much easier for lyla. >> adult kidneys do it in children. they don't remove the nonfunctioning kidney, so she will have three kidneys. the outcome for kidney recipients are much better when there is a living donor and fall versus a deceased donor. i have people say to me what if one of your kids need a kidney. to do this, and i can't think of any other way to do it. i am so ready to save her life. joyce: wanting to somehow thank beth, dena wrote to ellen degeneres, who had them on her show recently. ellen also had a little surprise for beth, who's a huge fan of aaron rodgers. rodgers went on >> i was so moved when i heard about your story and the
beth and her family to lambeau for a game a little thank you , for the teacher whose most profound lesson is one of sacrifice. beth and her family will be the packers game next month at lambeau. doctors can't do the surgery until the underlying condition, called mpa, has been under control for a full year. so the surgery is scheduled for february 22. we will keep you posted. kathy: she has so much life in her. joyce: doesn't she? kathy: all those people loving joyce: hundreds of people flooded the milwaukee municipal building to have their warrants thrown out at no cost and no jail time. >> they called my name. i walked up to the counter. they said the warrants you have, we are going to drop them. kathy: today and for the next two wednesdays people can take advantage of the program. municipal judges and city officials say these days were created specifically to help people who can't afford to pay fines and are facing the threat of arrest, loss of their driver's license, or even loss of jobs because of their status.
>> disorderly conduct and misuse of 911. >> how much are fie thoss? >> $492. i need to get in here and get them off of may. kathy: -- off of me. kathy: it was estimated that 60,000 to 100,000 people have outstanding warrants in milwaukee. again, these are for people with municipal warrants, things like traffic violations, vandalism, shoplifting. and shoplifting. joyce: politicians will vote on animals rr patrick is taking a look ahead. patrick: tomorrow, the milwaukee county board of supervisors will have a lot on their plate. one vote, that's expected to happen in the morning, revolves around the zoo. supervisors will be asked to authorize the first phase in the new elephant exhibit project. according to our partners at biz times, the expansion will cost $15.2 million. also tomorrow, everyone is invited to miller park for a town hall-style event, 7:00
parking is free. looking ahead to saturday, that's when tickets to the preliminary rounds of the ncaa men's basketball championship go on sale. that includes the two days of games inside the bmo harris bradley center on march 16 and march 18. tickets go on sale at 10:00 in the morning. kathy: thank you, patrick. when you call on an uber driver to pick you up, you usually need to give them a destination. joyce: coming up, the new feature that will tell your driver to take you to your friends. kathy: will appear on steve harvey tomorrow. the hobby she could turn into a career. >> later tonight on "nightline", how teenagers are dealing with this crazy campaign. a surprising look at what matters to these young americans. going under the knife, sculpting bodyguards in her image. how do they look? that is on "nightline", now at
joyce: leaving the corporate world to pursue a dream, one milwaukee woman has been wrestling with the idea for years. kathy:
as 12 news tim elliott shows us, steve harvey is trying to help her decide. >> viola. >> steve harvey came face to face with a sweeter version of himself on set recently, all thanks to kimberly hall of milwaukee. >> one thing about it, you
impressed with hall's skills as a baker. she specializes in three-dimensional cakes. >> they are very time consuming with the 3-d the structure, actually building a structure for the cake to go on. >> hall discovered her talent in 2008, and eventually opened her own bakery as a side job. >> it was still a hobby to me. i just thought it was something i would do the side, you know i worked full time. i didn't want to quit my job. >> her reluctance to quit her full-time job in the corporate world caused her baking business to go under so hall reached out , to the steve harvey show with one question, should i jump? >> i have this talent of making these 3-d cakes, and i know people love them, and i know they're good cakes and a good quality product, but it's still that safety net of working at my full time job. and hall gets emotional on the , show. >> you wanted so badly. this is amazing. it's so beautiful. look at all this passion you have.
dreams, a $10,000 check at stake? you may have to just watch and see. in milwaukee, tim elliott, wisn 12 news. kathy: so will steve harvey invest in kimberly's business? see her story and others like it be sure to tune in to the steve harvey show tomorrow. the only place to see it is right here on wisn 12 news at 3:00 p.m. joyce: you no longer have to give your uber driver an exact address. patrick, this is part of a few new features. patrick: uber announced a major app update. soon you'll be able to request a ride directly to find a friend, even if you don't know their by typing one of your contact's names into uber's where to search option, uber asks the friend for approval to share their whereabouts. the driver then takes you straight to your friend. another feature links your phone's calendar to the uber app. uber will then suggest future events, along with quickest routes and best pickup areas. the features will roll out gradually for ios and android users in the coming weeks. downtown duluth, minnesota gained an extra tourist attraction today.
courthouse around 9:00 in the morning. it sat there for hours as people dropped by to take pictures. police tried to keep everyone back. the bear finally climbed down about 6:00 tonight, briefly climbed another tree, then wandered away. cameras were out, everyone taking a picture. joyce: i can't get that song out of my h ead, the song we all learned that camp. kathy: the unusual preparations the badgers made at practice this week pair for northwestern. joyce: the generous gift that bucks coach jason kidd i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that
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any sport whatsoever. chicago's dexter fowler became the first player in world series history to lead off a game seven with a home run. right now the game is tied 6-6. they just came out of a rain delay. it is an amazing night. bucks head coach jason kidd has donated more than $1 million to his alma mater, the university of california, for a men's basketball scholarship. kidd and the bucks host the pacers tomorrow night. the badgers have lost four straight games at northwestern, so running back dare ogunbowale had an idea to try something different to prepare for saturday's game at evanston. instead of pumping in loud noise or music at practice to prepare, he suggested they practice in silence. that's because of the atmosphere, or lack thereof, at northwestern's ryan field. the wildcats are averaging a little more than 34,000 fans per game, not even half the size of the average crowd at camp
down there because it is kind of a tried type of field for a college football game, but we will try to make sure that we bring it. >> it will be huge this week just bringing our own energy, things like that, getting ready to go. it's another 11:00 game, early wake up. just waking up and getting ready to go. dan: the only place you can see the badgers take on the wildcats saturday is here on wisn 12. kickoff is at 11:00 a.m. he from evanston on big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. the big 10 is invading the turf of high school football. starting next year, the league will play six games in september and october on friday nights. uw athletic director barry uw athletic director barry alvarez said today that wisconsin is interested in hosting friday night games on labor day weekend only.
of poker. , early this morning in las vegas, 39-year-old kwee win won the longest heads up matchup in tournament history, 19 hours of play against gordon vayo. win takes home a little more than $8 million. vayo gets over $4 million. 19 hours. joyce: i think it is hilarious they want to tone things down to prepare for the northwestern game. i went there, so i know what he is talking about. we are kind of subdued. kathy: a final look at our forecast when we come back. joyce: coming up next, ?jimmy kimmel live.? as we go to break, a look at
kathy: the admirals are sending in bobbleheads to conduct a poll. the option of choosing a hillary clinton or donald trump bobblehead to take home. the candidate that runs out first will be declared the winner. the admirals game starts at 6:00 saturday night. joyce: i think i read they have a pretty good of -- pretty good string of predicting the real outcome. tomorrow, summer returns.
>> jimmy: hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for everything, really. thank you for coming. wow, glad you're in a good mood. because what you are about to witness, the spectacle you are about to behold, is our most special special effects show the whole year. tonight we will be broadcasting from three cities at the same time. i will be in two of those cities. i know, it's amazing, thank you. let's begin by going live to the cma theater at the country music hall of fame in nashville, tennessee. [ cheers and applause ] hello, nashville! aryou ready to see magic happen? [ cheers and applause ] okay, let's do it.
hologram machine. fire it up and beame in, captain. here i am! [ cheers and applause ] i don't know why you guys are excited. hi, everyone. i'm casper the friendly host. you know, this is the third year in a row we've done this. i still have absolutely no idea by the way, those of you in nashville, feel free to post an instagram of my hologram because i don't think that's ever been done. go ahead and snap away. hey, do you guys want to see a puppet show? [ cheers and applause ] hold on, i'll be right back. let me grab my puppet. all right. why, look at this!
my little friend guillermo. look at that. guillermo, say howdy to the people in nashville. >> guillermo: howdy, nashville! >> jimmy: how are you doing tonight, guillermo? >> guillermo: jimmy, i will be happy if you don't put your hand up my butt. [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: can i get a glass of water? watch this. all right, here we go. ghnchts >> guillermo: i want some water too, can i have some water? can i get water? please, water? water! >> jimmy: isn't that incredible? >> guillermo: hello, water! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can talk while he's doing it. while he's drinking water, i can also talk. is that enough water? okay. all right.
there we go. [ cheers and applause ] i want to try something in nashville in the theater. i need a volunteer from the audience for this. okay, do we have somebody lined up? all right, i'm fairly sure this has never been done before. this is a television first. oh, okay. wait, hold on. oh. hi, what's your name? >> jessica liner. >> jimmy: hi, jess character i'm jimmy, how you doing? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: see, this is when we men. because they have this all figured out. jessica, let me have that right, this is a graham cracker. you've seen these, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. i am going to feed this graham cracker to you. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right? there you go. eat that. yes, yes, yes. enjoy. is it good? >> mmm-mmm! >> jimmy: tast all right. there you go, you just ate the world's first-ever
get it. >> guillermo: i get it, yeah. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. all right, thank you, jessica. you know, this show's been on almost 14 years, we're still breaking new ground, it is incredible. of course the main reason i'm with you via hologram tonight is because you live in a swing state. and i need your vote to make sure i become vice president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] where is my podium? thank you. dear fellow nashvilleagers, is it? it is an honor to be in nashville with you tonight. i love so many things about nashville. i love nashville's popular dining, the hot chicken, hot fish, the goo goo clusters,
whatever the hell that is, i love it all. i love your unfortunately named hockey team the predators. i love bush whackers, shownies, maxwell house coffee, and the fact that nashville has the largest population of kurdish people in the united states. and did i just read all of this stuff off of wikipedia this afternoon? yes, i did. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yes, i did, but i memorized it. and as a result, i know that i can doubt count on your vote. i am the be vice president of the united states. but don't just take it from me, take it from a real-life cowboy! >> guillermo: i am a cowboy! and i endorse this man! >> jimmy: all right, thank you. i might never let you out of that little outfit, i swear to god. >> guillermo: i like it. >> jimmy: i like it a lot. in another swing state, from cleveland tonight, game seven of the world series between the
cubs. what a year for the city of cleveland. they host the world series, won an nba title, got to see chachi speak at the republican national convention. incredible. we don't know the outcome of the game but we will by the time you're watching this at home. so just to cover my bases i'd like to say either congratulations or i'm sorry to the cubs or indians on their big victory or devastating loss, whichever that may be. [ cheers and applause ] this is going to be the highest-rated basebl people all over are very interested to see the cubs go from being a team that hasn't won a world series in 108 years to being a team that won one time in 1108 years. which sounds worse but fans in chicago have been on an emotional roller coaster, especially ryan slagle. he was on the local news watching his cubs beat the dodgers to advance to the world series. the video made the rounds. he's known as crying ryan to
to game five. game seven is in cleveland. right now ryan is in wrigleyville where they're going crazy, sluggers sports bar, ryan how are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] ryan, first of all, what's the score? is there any score yet in the game? >> we're ready to go team's fired up, we're ready to go tonight. >> jimmy: what i want to know is are your friends still making fun of the crying? >> i was a halloween costume so that was good. i have a new dance called the hyperventilate, so that's a real hit. they're currently doing research on a new sports anxiety medication testing right now. >> jimmy: maybe the people at zoloft could get you an endorsement deal. do you think you will cry more
because we are going to win. we're already up. >> jimmy: okay, all right. will you be going to work tomorrow? >> i have no idea, really depends how tonight goes. >> jimmy: you may have to call in drunk, all right. [ laughter ] >> love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: good luck to you guys, sluggers in wrigleyville, i know it's crazy there. >> it's crazy. thanks, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that looks like fun. earlier tonight on the cmas, we honored country music's brightest stars with trophies. later on we'll punch those very same stars with an all-country music edition of "mean tweets." first we have a cautionary tale for you. for lovers of both music and affordable furniture, i came across a story recently online about a man from norway. the man's name is klaus j. rstad.
ikea. once he got home and sat on it something unpleasant happened. when he sat down, a key part of his body became stuck in one of the holes. i know. it's a hard story to hear. rather than just tell you about it we enlisted the help of a young singer named justin moore who was kind enough to give voice to this terrible tale of a norwegian nut with a very sad sac. >> this here's a story about a tough buy with a big problem. ? ? down in norway town there lived a lad ? ? he went by the name klaus jorstad ? ? took an ikea chair into the shower sat on it about an hour ? ? see the holes and all the love klaus left all that permanent stuff ? ? no matter how much he'd twist and shout ?
? oh devil stool you are just so cruel ? ? give me back my family jewel you devil stool ? ? klaus said to himself so mad he could spit, i'm in a different kind of ikea ball pit ? ? this school's name should have clued me in testing for pinching and grabbing and that ? ? after the yellow that worked at i cruel cruel idea ? ? you'd have to be a sadistic soul to make a stool with a nut-sized hole ? ? klaus tried every trick he knew lathered himself tried wd-40 cocoa butter ? ? hoe couldn't pull that nutter right out ? ? suddenly the heat ran out and icy water poured out of the spout ? ? and klaus well he just up and
up his junk ? ? oh devil stool you played me for a fool ? ? but you ain't laving now you devil stool ? ? oh devil stool i'm free from you ? ? damn you straight to hell you devil stool ? >> brought to you by ikea meatballs. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, i have three ridiculous questions for willie nelson, miranda lambert, florida georgia line, dolly parton, chris stapleton and more in an all-country edition of "mean tweets" so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ? alright, how's this for a tv show. sous chef. lawyer by day, prep-cook by night.
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>> jimmy: willie, this is your book, "pretty paper." a lot of questions are answered in this book. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: but not these. you were going to die fighting an animal, what animal would you want it to be? >> a rabbit. >> jimmy: a rabbit? why a rabbit? >> i think i can last longer. >> jimmy: but they kill slowly. >> they do. >> jimmy: imagine being killed by a rabbit. >> yeah, that's not good. >> jimmy: what do you think of the name kenneth for a baby? >> be nice for a horse. >> jimmy: but not a human?
not for -- no, i wouldn't want a human named that, no. would you? >> jimmy: don't know, kenneth -- >> you'd want to be swinging a kenneth around all day? no, no. >> jimmy: have you ever used an emoji? >> last night. >> jimmy: you did? >> i think i did. what's it do to you? >> jimmy: i'm guessing the answer is no. well, two emojis. a smiley face. >> crown royal. the answer to all life's ridiculous questions. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jessica chastain and music from hunter hayes is on the way. hello to those of you joining us in nashville, tennessee, which as you know was home tonight to the 50th annual cma awards. country music is very important. after this election it might be the only country we have left. it was a special show tonight. 50 years, celebrating 50 years
dolly parton received the willie nelson lifetime achievement award which is literally the highest honor you can display on a shelf alongside a bong. [ laughter ] dolly got that, then a special performance tonight from beyonce on the country music awards. which is exciting. and i'll say another thing. between "lemonade," the world series, "the walking dead," it has been an amazing year for baseball bats. bow beyonea you like it you should put a ring of fire on it" or something like that. country music fans are some of the most appreciative and enthusiastic fans of all forms of music. i see it when we have artists on the show. the fans, they're excited, upbeat, they don't steal music, they buy it, a solid group. just like any group of fans there are rotten apples. tonight we invited some of country's biggest stars to read some of the nasty things those apples wrote about them and they graciously accepted that offer. it's time for our second
>> just because you have a beard, a ponytail, and a cowboy hat doesn't mean you can sing. you know how i know? trace adkins. just concerning. >> bonnie raitt looks like the aunt who would have a few too many at your mom's birthday party and try to fight your dad. >> randy us ballooner who's-er. [ bleep ] sucks big dong. huge dong even. that's funny. >> cassadee pope would be 6,000% hotter without that [ bleep ] tattoo. you mean this one? >> that swaggy [ bleep ] 300 says, if you're going crazy over dan and shay, you might as well take your [ bleep ] and shove it up your own ass. #notcountry. >> i'd love to see that.
>> hey, eat [ bleep ]. i will not listen to your [ bleep ] play list on spotify. >> jane that kramer tries to hard with her texas accent, lol, girl stop. you ain't fooling anyone. i'm sorry, y'all. >> gregor smith is not cute. [ bleep ]. >> in case of a national emergency, all air traffic will be redirected to miranda lambert's forehead. >> the guy from florida georgia line were engee right down the road from here, actually. >> i went to jake owen last year and was miserable as [ bleep ]. [ bleep ] super lame. i'm really sorry, @cocaine. >> why does the blond in little big town have hair like a "zoolander" villain? oh, man. >> for some reason my mom has determined brett eldribble is always drunk.
>> seems like the kind of guy that would drink bacardi breezers from a water bottle then lie about what it was. okay, maybe. >> looks like jennifer law lawrence's less-attractive sister. >> you're getting pretty crusty, pal. >> it's not a hooker convention, it's a dolly parton concert. i guess i should feel because i pattern my look after a hooker. >> i think it's safe to say stapleton has an insane pubic hair situation. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. tonight we have a hologram named hunter hayes from nashville, my cousin sal versus trick-or-treaters, be right back
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s sluggers bar in wrigleyville. welcome back to our post-cma palooza, coming to you live from both hollywood and the cma theater in nashville, tennessee. tonight with this single "yesterday's song" a very special performance by hunter hayes from the crown royal stage. [ cheers and applause ] tonight, hunter hayes will be playing with himself. a song. hunter will be playing drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, and singing with the help of four hologram hunter hayeses who are all standing by in his dressing room now. hi, hunters. >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: you ready for the show? >> hayes yeah. >> that's a joke we always say. >> jimmy: i can see why you love that one, hilarious. which of you is the real hunter? >> he is! >> he is! >> he is! >>. >> jimmy: all right, that's good. they're having fun. don't do anything weird to each other. we'll see you later. >> see yeah! >> see ya!
for making all this hologram magic possible. tomorrow jamie dornan, khloe kardashian, nashville's own kings of leon and we have a special bonus edition of our halloween candy youtube challenge so many parents sent so many great videos in late, we had no choice but to go another round so more sugar-fueled tantrums tomorrow night. our first guest is a golden globe-winning actress who helped take down movie bin laden her new movie "miss sloane" comes out in select cities november 5th and o please say hello to jessica chastain! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: welcome. how's it going? >> everything's great. i'm a little disturbed by the creepy guillermo dance. >> jimmy: well, you know -- >> guillermo: hi. >> jimmy: it's a good thing you
too could have been a part of it. yeah, isn't he cute, though? it is something like -- i'm not sure if it's adorable or -- >> it's not adorable. >> jimmy: it's not adorable? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't like little guillermo? >> it's the hands. the fingers don't move and there's not even five fingers are there? >> jimmy: that's true. >> it's just like weird. >> jimmy: you have such attention to detail. >> imagine those things touching you, it would be like this. >> jimmy: i don't have to imagine, we had a very intim rehearsal today. [ laughter ] by the way, say hello to nashville, we have an audience watching us in nashville right now. >> hi, nashville. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you ever been to nashville? >> i have. i was in memphis which i love -- >> jimmy: that's a different place. >> no, i was in tennessee, i was in memphis, never been to nashville. >> jimmy: nashville's a lot of -- you're going to -- is it true you're going to be playing tammy wynette in a movie coming
to go there. >> yeah. yeah, i'm playing tammy wynette in a movie with josh brolin playing george jones. >> jimmy: oh, he'll be great. that will be good. by the way, that is -- i think when you play a country music star your chance of getting nominated for an oscar multiplies by 140%. >> you think? i'm sure it's the sparkles, right? it's the sequins and the wigs. >> jimmy: the wigs are great. the music is great. you show another side of yourse i think that's a very strong move. >> yeah. >> jimmy: they have an interesting story. well, as i'm sure you know. >> yeah, really interesting story. i read georgette jones' book about growing up with her parents and it's fascinating. it was really rocky, their relationship. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're like the sid and nancy of the country music world. and they sang together for her whole life. >> jimmy: then they sang apart as well. >> i know. >> jimmy: are you a baseball fact that? are you aware of of what's going
>> someone told me backstage that the world series is happening? >> jimmy: it is. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so the answer to that question is no. >> i'm glad -- i did play little league when i was a little kid. >> jimmy: what position? >> shortstop. >> jimmy: well, you must have been -- that's usually the best player plays shortstop. >> i always wanted to play -- i was definitely not the best player. i wanted to play shortstop and my dad coached the team. >> jimmy: ah, that explains why you played shortstop. >> yeah. baseball. so i would always get demoted to the outfield. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> and they just kind of doing whatever while the ball would land and people would say, run, run! >> jimmy: even the terminology you're using explains -- [ laughter ] >> am i saying something wrong? >> jimmy: the ball doesn't land. it doesn't have a pilot. >> it went down, it bounced. i'd be up to bat, you know -- >> jimmy: let's see your batting
>> like this. >> jimmy: pretty good. that's pretty good. yeah, you keep your elbow up. >> follow the thumb. >> jimmy: all right, yeah, all right. that was pretty good. not bad at all. >> all right. so i would hit the ball and i would just try to get home as fast as i can. so even if the ball went straight to the pitcher i would just run all the way around the bases. >> jimmy: you would not stop? >> no. i wouldn't stop. all the parents in the stands would be re first, stop, stop, stop! i'm like, i got this! >> jimmy: you were an aggressive player. kind of a pete rose type really. >> no idea who that is. >> jimmy: really? no idea? >> pete rose? [ cheers and applause ] >> the last time you were here, you brought this fruit. i forget what it was called. >> durien. how could you forget? the king of truth. >> jimmy: the king of fruit. this fruit smelled so bad. it's like an asian delicacy,
>> jimmy: that we were instructed to wear gloves before touching it because the smell, until you die, the smell will not come off your hands. >> i normally eat it without gloves but i wanted to protect your delicacy, your sensitivity. >> jimmy: right, yeah. i am a delicate little flower, yeah. >> a delicate little flower. you didn't seem to like it that day. >> jimmy: it smelled like vomit to start. the reason i mention it is because it became a big deal online. seems like mostly in other countr p excited that we ate their fruit. >> yes. they're very proud of this fruit. it's a delicious -- i'm sorry, jimmy, it's a delicious fruit. >> jimmy: do you have it still regularly? >> i have it in the dressing room. >> jimmy: you did not. >> no, every time i can get ahold of it i eat it, it's delicious. >> jimmy: you described it as it smelled like a corpse, right? >> yeah. well, it smells like -- it's like -- the taste is like an avocado, pineapple, garlic, custard -- >> jimmy: the taste was better
>> really. >> jimmy: you're a vegan so you don't eat -- when did this happen to you? >> there's one vegan in the audience. >> jimmy: there are a lot of vegans in the the audience. they're too weak to clap. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how did it happen that you became a vegan? >> you know, i just was tired. drinking coffee all day. someone said, try to eat healthy. >> jimmy: this was as an adult? >> no, ten years i've been vegan. >> jimmy: you don't miss it? do you miss meats at all? >> no, not at all. sometimes if i see like a d domino's pizza, oh, i would love a piece. but there's delicious vegan pizza. >> jimmy: what about at thanksgiving when the turkey comes out? do you feel like, oh, i wish i could have some of that? >> never. >> jimmy: never? >> never, no. because i have delicious other things. like yams and green beans. >> jimmy: yams, huh?
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