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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- gary oldman. from "somebody feed phil", phil rosenthal. and music from huncho jack featuring takeoff. and now, and furthermore, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. very nice. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for coming. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for watching.
thank you for -- really, thanks. [ cheers and applause ] for braving the elements to be here tonight on a rare -- a rare rainy day in southern california. it's dangerous out there. i'm glad we're all inside. i really am. this is why we do this show indoors. anybody watch the college football championship game last night? [ applause ] what a game. it was such a good game. i did the unthinkable. i turned off "the bachelor" to watch it. [ laughter ] which is normally unacceptable. but the alabama crimson tide rallied from i think 13 points to beat georgia in overtime to win their fifth national title in nine years, which is amazing. no time left in regulation. alabama misses an easy field goal, would have won them the game. it seemed like it was a devastating blow, but they taped their broken hearts together and followed with this touchdown to seal the deal. take a look at this. >> try to make up for it. fires to the end
touchdown! alabama wins! >> jimmy: this camera guy loses. yeah. he's -- [ laughter ] i want to see how that shot came out. you know? so the kid who threw that pass is the backup quarterback. his name is tua tagovailoa i believe. what a game he had. the state of alabama hasn't seen a freshman scramble like that since roy moore visited a local high school. [ laughter ] [ applause ] thank you. it was a major blow to the hometown fans in georgia. bulldogs fans have not seen their team win a title in 37 years. but the good news is they took the loss well. this fan in particular handled his disappointment with a good deal of what they call grace. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why why would you stop shooting at that moment?
or really hates doors. i'm not sure which it is. this player was my favorite. the bulldogs' kicker. his name is rodrigo blankenship. they call him hot rod. i like everything about this guy. i think we have a picture of him without his helmet on. yeah. through go. he's got a great strategy. you can't hit a guy wearing glasses, and he wears them. tickets for the game last night were at a minimum of $2,000. but as part of that price you got to see president trump try to see our national anthem. did you see this? pay special attention to his mouth here because it appears he might not know all the words to this anthem he talks about so much. ♪ o say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: yeah. no way he wins lip-sync battle with a performance like that. [ laughter ] the only part of the song he remembers is red glare because that's also the shade of fake tanner he uses. [ laughter ] he did not seem to know all the words to the anthem. but there might be a good explanation for it. you know how the president keeps telling us he's a genius? well, it turns out he isn't. i know. i was surprised too. [ laughter ] there's a website called fact base that did an analysis of the first 30,000 words spoken in office by every u.s. president since herbert hoover. so they loaded all the speeches into a computer, and what their software found is that president trump speaks at a fourth-grade level, lower than any president they've ever measured. [ laughter ] this is the chart. they rank the presidents using what they call the flesh-kinkade grade-level scale. herbert hoover is at the top, 11th grade level. obama was in third place with ninth grade. and then way all the way in the back of the
grade there's donald trump. remember that show "are you smarter than a fifth-grader"? he's not. [ laughter ] a few months ago the president became pen pals with a 9-year-old. 9-year-olds are in the fourth grade, right? 9-year-old named pickle. this is what, for real, pickle wrote him back in june. he wrob, "dear president trump, my name is dylan but everybody calls me pickle. i am 9 years old. you are my favorite president. i like you so much. i hay birthday about you. my cake was shape of your hat. how old are you? how is the white house? how much money do you make? i don't know why people don't like you. you seem nice. can we be friends? my picture is in here so if you see me you can say hi. your friend dylan." which is cute. and the president sent a nice note back. he said "dear pickle, my name is president trump." [ laughter ] "but everybody calls me the greatest president. i'm 71 years old. and i like cheeseburgers. have you ever been to a casino? maybe when you visit you can give me your lunch money.
my office. it's round. can you believe it? anyway, i'm also sending a bottle of my vodka to you for your birthday. my friend sloppy steve drinks eight of them a day. eight bottles is a lot. write back, pickle. your friend, donald j. trump." it's his signature and his -- [ applause ] that's nice. meanwhile, trump is not going to like this. congratulations are in order for amazon ceo jeff bezos, who is according to bloomberg and "forbes" the richest person ever. jeff bezos is worth just over $105 billion, which makes him the world's richest jeff, just ahead of dj jazzy. [ laughter ] if the richest person ever can't find a cure for baldness, it's not going to happen. [ laughter ] this is interesting. the reason jeff bezos is the richest person of all time is because bill gates gave so much of his money away to charity. if he hadn't, he would be the
which gives you an idea -- and i hope donald trump is listening because i think this could be a game changer for the country. here's what we do. we establish an annual income tax rate of 100% but only for one person. okay? whoever is the number one richest person in america has to give all their money that year to the government. can you imagine how much money super rich people would be giving away to not be that guy? [ applause ] it would be incredible. it would solve everything. remind me to run that by president oprah. [ laughter ] hey, guillermo, will you remind me to run that by president oprah? >> guillermo: yeah, i will. >> jimmy: okay, thank you very much. [ laughter ] now it's time for something called -- this is called cross-promotion. okay? ricky gervais has a new game show here on abc called "child support." and he really wanted to be here to promote it in person. but he's very busy not being here to promote it in person. he made a video. he sent a video. and i don't know e
he wants it to be a surprise. okay? well, just roll it, i guess. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, hi, jimmy. sorry i'm not there in person. but you know, i can't be bothered. [ laughter ] to be honest. but i've seen the show. i get the gist of it. you do an intro. you ask a few questions. you show a clip. so let's do that. i've sent this tape. so just play this tape. read the introduction i've sent through on the piece of paper. >> jimmy: oh. >> and we're done. go for it. >> jimmy: okay. i'll just read this intro you wrote, then. okay. he is a genius, an absolute legend, creator of "the voice," "extras," and "derek." he is versatile. he's the best stand-up comedian in the world. his brilliant new show "humanity" has just been acquired by netflix for a ton of cash, and i don't blame them. probably worth twice what they paid him. he's also got a new radio show on sirius xm which is betr
[ laughter ] i wish i was him but i'm not him. and in fact, i'm sort of weird-looking. [ laughter ] anyway, he's got a new quiz show. we say game show. on abc fridays called "child support." please welcome the proper sexy bloke ricky gervais. okay, please welcome ricky gervais. [ applause ] hope i did that -- oh, jimmy, thanks. >> jimmy: my first question you wrote is how are you so good at stuff? >> don't know. just am. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. and you do loads for charity, yes? >> yes. >> jimmy: and that's why you're internationally loved? >> not for me to say. >> jimmy: okay. that's modest, i guess. that's modest. how long is your -- i'm not asking how long is -- i'm not -- >> seven
>> jimmy: all right. well, listen. you've been absolutely brilliant. can we show a clip of your new quiz show "child support"? >> if you want. >> jimmy: yes. thank you. we do want. here it is. ricky's new -- great new show, "child support." >> do you know? >> what? >> how stressful it is being around a bunch of kids. >> don't you have a kid of your own? >> never going to happen. >> you don't even get married? >> of course he's married. >> are you married? >> sort of. >> you have a girlfriend. >> you have a girlfriend. >> i've had the same girlfriend for over 30 years. >> then why don't you propose to her! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a good question. "child support" airs on abc fridays at 8:00. 7:00 central. ricky, please come visit us the next time
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with quefo, migos, travis scott and a huge monitor lizard. huncho jack from the mercedes-benz stage. we had a big audience outside for this performance tonight but we had to move inside because of the rain. so apologies to those we had to turn away. it's god's fault, really. [ laughter ] speaking of gods, tomorrow night the mighty thor chris hemsworth will be here, darren criss will join us and music from elvis costello. we met a kid in the audience a little while ago. he's very excited about his snapchat channel. his name's sonny. that's sonny right there. sonny, we looked up your snapchat. and do you mind if i show this? >> go ahead. >> jimmy: this is your snapchat yesterday. this is everything you did yesterday. this is you repeatedly zooming in on some pizza bits. getting baked all
talking to you, sonny, but now that i see this "getting baked all day" i -- [ laughter ] i understand everything. congrats to your parents. [ laughter ] [ applause ] on sunday night -- on sunday night our first guest celebrating his first ever golden globe nomination by winning the golden globe and taking it home. he was chosen as best actor in a drama for his work as winston churchill in "darkest hour." it is in theaters now. please welcome gary oldman. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey, gary, thanks for coming. it's great to have you with us. well, congratulations on your -- first of all, i can't believe it was your first nomina
>> jimmy: yeah, it's been a while. >> 28 years. >> jimmy: oh, were you nominated 28 years ago? >> oh, no. no. i've been waiting that long. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the first time you thought hey, maybe i'll get nominated. >> it was a really wonderful evening. >> jimmy: i bet it was, yeah. you have played so many -- i was thinking about you today and your career today. and i was thinking about dracula and sid vicious and beethoven you played. [ cheers and applause ] not the piano player. the dog. >> i played the dog. brilliantly. >> jimmy: the st. bernard. it's really shocking to me that this is your first golden globe nomination. you have so much range. maybe more range than -- i don't know. maybe more range than any other actor. is that something in which you take pride, your ability to play a wide variety of roles? >> i think one got into acting in the first
called it the sort of antidote to self-loathing. >> jimmy: really? you prefer being others. >> you actually prefer being other people. and the more i can hide the happier. >> jimmy: even that creepy guy in "air force one." you preferred being him -- [ laughter ] -- to gary oldman. >> yeah. but i was in good company. >> jimmy: was it a fun night at the golden globes? >> it was fantastic. we were at a wonderful table, a winner's table. well, with the three billboards. >> jimmy: it is more fun to be at the winner's table. [ applause ] >> but we were also there with the lovely ron howard. and i felt awful for him because it was not so much oprah as opera. she gave this aria. >> jimmy: yeah, she brought the house down really. >> magnificent speech. and ron howard then had to follow her. >> jimmy: oh, right. yeah. >> so that was -- >> jimmy: it went from oprah
opie. yeah. [ laughter ] [ applause ] not the ideal scenario. >> that's quick. >> jimmy: did you -- that's all i know is teftlevision. it really is the only thing in my head. did you prepare a speech beforehand? did you have a good idea you were going to win? >> no, i didn't have a good idea. >> jimmy: why did we all know you were going to win and you didn't? how is that possible, gary? >> i think it's good manners and polite to prepare something. >> jimmy: right. >> so i had a little something up my -- which indeed i used, up my sleeve. but the thing is first of all, you are so shocked at hearing your name mentioned that you then have to think. now you hear your name. and you're not thinking. and then you get up there and i think because the evening was running a little long you get this huge clock which is counting down. then it goes into red and you
know you're in trouble. >> jimmy: because your time's running out. >> then that sad music starts to play. and i -- it's always that mournful thing. and i think that they should play the music to like "curb your enthusiasm." [ laughter ] as you're wrapping up. you know. >> jimmy: that would make sense. something more upbeat. >> but anyway, so in all of the -- the fluster of it all i actually forgot -- i forgot to mention and thank my director. >> jimmy: that's a bad one to forget. >> it really is. so to joe wright, our wonderful director, forgive me. i love you. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] well, he did do a great job in the movie. but your performance in this movie, first of all, i have to say this. the makeup, the winston churchill makeup. i thought
of weight to play him because it is so good. and almost every other movie you see you think it's -- yeah, but it doesn't look -- it's so great-looking, and your performance matches that. i mean, it really is remarkable. >> we had a great -- wonderful artist called kazuhiro suji who actually had retired from the movie business. so with "darkest hour" i had to go and seduce him back and get him back. and there was also a wonderful makeup artist lucy sibic and david melanowski who worked on me for three hours 15 minutes every morning. and it is a benchmark. >> jimmy: sure. >> it sets a new standard for makeup. >> jimmy: is it true -- and congratulations, i know you've been married since the last time i saw you. that you proposed to your wife in -- as winston churchill. >> yes. as winston. there was a break in the filming, and we had -- we had
and i just felt the urge and took her into -- we were down in the war rooms and i took her into the map room and as winston churchill i said lu marry me? she said yes. and then somebody said, hey, gary, we're ready for you. >> jimmy: so you did not get a chance to consummate as winston churchill. >> when you -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: or did you? >> it's funny you should say that. >> jimmy: yes, it is funny. >> because my wife has often said she went to bed with winston churchill but woke up with gary oldman. [ laughter ] oh, yeah. she put up for a year of my work and research and all things winston churchill. she was an absolute trouper. >> jimmy: it paid off. maybe not for her but for you it did. we'll see the results of that when we return. gary oldman is here.
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hitler will not insist on outrageous terms. he will know his own weaknesses. he will be reasonable. >> when will the lesson be learned? when will the lesson be learned! how many more dictators must be wooed, appeased! good god, before we learn. you cannot reason with a tiger when your head is in its mouth! >> jimmy: that's gary oldman. [ cheers and applause ] in "darkest hour." for which he won a golden globe. that's something else. really unbelievable that that's you. you were playing winston churchill. that is an important -- is it important, would you say? >> well, he's -- yes. i mean, i said -- originally i said no to it. he's so important that i said no to it because not only was it obviously the
it but he is arguably the greatest briton that's ever lived. he's an icon. he's mythologized. he's such a giant that you wonder whether you can find -- get beyond all of that and find the man. i was fearful. >> jimmy: and not only that, there's a lot of attention on "the crown." john lithgow plays churchill. he won the emmy for that role. >> there's a great many actors that have also portrayed him. i saved my viewing of "the crown" until we had wrapped. >> jimmy: i see. oh, that's smart. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have members of his family seen this film? >> well, there were 26 of them at the london premiere. and 17 of them visited the set. >> jimmy: oh, wow. that's annoying, huh? [ laughter ] 17 of them? >> i tell you, though, it's now on my -- i e
churchill, is the great, great grandson. and he very sweetly sometimes calls me great grandpapa. >> jimmy: oh, he does? >> they've embraced the portrayal and the movie. they've really -- the family have taken it to their hearts. >> jimmy: do any of them look like him? >> the very youngest one has wonderful red sort of curly hair, which winston had when he was a baby. so -- >> jimmy: is there like a loser in the churchill family? is there like a ronnie churchill who's like always hitting people up to kick in to fund his recording studio or anything like that? [ laughter ] >> it goes john and randolph and then john and randolph and winston and i think -- >> jimmy: no ronnies, huh? >> when i'm -- after the show i'll look it up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, send an
say hey, great grandpa here. just checking in. see if there's anybody i need to watch out for. >> that's funny. ronnie churchill. he sounds like a villain. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have a photograph that was i believe taken -- armie hammer posted this the night before the golden globes. let's put that up on the big screen. now, this is -- tell us about this. this was a dinner you went to. >> the hellfire club. yeah. we had a bunch of guys had a sort of dinner the night before the golden globes. >> jimmy: who arranged this dinner? >> i think it was -- it was franco and rockwell i think. >> jimmy: oh, james franco and sam rockwell. >> yeah. and we got together for this great feast. there's richard jenkins and tom hanks and -- >> jimmy: wow. >> timothe
>> jimmy: hugh jackman is there. >> yeah. and we have daniel kaluuya. and sam. and hugh jackman in the back and steve carell. >> jimmy: oh, that is steve carell. who 3ikd picked up the check fo this? was it a split kind of thing? >> i have no idea. i left. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: did everybody fit at one table? or was it -- >> we all -- and in fact, it was lovely because timothy chalemee, who is an absolute sweetheart of a young man, he had just turned 22. so tom took the reins and he went around the table and asked us what we were doing at 21, having -- >> and what were you doing at 21 years old? a
theater in the north of england. >> jimmy: it's interesting you say that because at 21 i was a wedding dj. >> a wedding dj? >> jimmy: there's no similarities between those things. >> and steve carell's story was just extraordinary. he was -- i think he was working in a -- well, it wasn't a 7-eleven. he couldn't get a job in a 7-eleven. it was like the store -- >> jimmy: really? like an a-12? >> something like that. >> jimmy: wow. >> he was entertaining. and the first time i had met him. he's an absolute charmer. >> jimmy: that looked like it was a fun night. >> and it took all the nerves away. it was a really, really nice thing to do. >> jimmy: yeah. and special thanks to whoever it was that got stuck with the check on that one. >> yeah. [ laughter ] we'll find out. >> jimmy: gary oldman is here.
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for those who don't know you're a writer, creator of "everybody loves raymond." >> yes. >> jimmy: and somehow you wound up with one of the great jobs ever. i assume this was your doing. >> i'm like really smart. >> jimmy: yeah, you must be really smart. [ laughter ] >> not really smart. like really smart. >> jimmy: well, are you like genius, stable genius? are you a stable genius? that's the question. >> semi-stable. >> jimmy: semi-stable. you go around various cities, countries, et cetera, eating the local foods. >> somebody has to. >> jimmy: somebody has to. and you are one of the people who do. where have you been so far? recently anyway. >> the ones you're going to see coming up right now are saigon and bangkok and lisbon and tel aviv and new orleans and mexico city. >> jimmy: what's the best thing you had in any of those cities? >> in bangkok there's a lady in a little shack on the side -- on a side street. her name is jay fai. and she makes
right? she takes like a pound, pound and a half of the freshest crab you ever saw. it's delicious. >> jimmy: really? a pound and a half? >> i mean -- >> jimmy: the meat? >> the meat. just the meat. no shell. in a wok. and then she starts ladling on egg and turning it and turning it and turning it until you get a football filled with crab. you have to share it. it's the biggest -- it's the great -- and now she got a michelin star. this is a shack. and just today, this is true. >> jimmy: wow. >> if you go online, you can read about her. she wants to give the star back because it's too much. she's like 73 years old. there's too many people. >> jimmy: for those who don't know the michelin star is an honor -- it's a very, very big honor in the food world to be designated a michelin star. >> yes. >> jimmy: she doesn't want the michelin star. >> too much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't blame her. >> i hope she's not mad at me when the show comes out because we make it look very good. this is a good ad for her. >> jimmy: that sounds like a lot of
work than it seems like it is? >> no, it's amazing. i'm the lucky -- i told my brother, i'm getting this show where i'm going to go around the world and i'm going to show people where to eat in an effort to get them to travel. he said you're doing that? i say yeah. he said what are they going to call the show, "the lucky bastard"? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you consider that title? >> no, but that's the production company name. >> jimmy: lucky bastard. you are a lucky bastard. do you know before you go to a country where you're going to eat or do you figure it out once you're there? >> both. we do research. anybody can do the research. we all have the device in our pocket. you just google best place to eat in lizzon. and then i always cross-reference. i never just go by yelp or -- >> jimmy: i think that's important. i'm always interested when people write an article, best places to eat in l.a. and then you read them you're like yeah, those places are good, but they're the ones that get all the attention. they're not necessarily the best places. you find the real absolute best places. >> you've got to talk to locals. right?
you've got to do a little research. am i alone? i look for wherever i'm going to eat when i travel, before i travel. i'm not going to a place if i hear the food's not so good. >> jimmy: it's a big part of the appeal. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: so you're going around the country. you're traveling with a group of -- how big is the group? >> i guess about 15, 16 people. >> jimmy: at any point do you guys go now i'm sick of eating, i've had enough, i can't have anything else? >> that's a very good -- you do have to pace yourself. right? so like you know the dog food commercials where you've heard they starve the dog before the commercial. >> jimmy: i didn't know that, no. but that's a great show business tip. i didn't know they did that. [ laughter ] >> well, i'm that guy. >> jimmy: you're the dog? >> i'm the dog. i don't really eat. i want to go enthusiastic when i go out there and have the crab omelet. i want to eat a lot of it. >> jimmy: and do you find that helps? i feel like if you starve yourself leading up to something sometimes it has
effect. >> no, it hasn't backfired yet. i do very well. but also i don't finish everything. why? because i have 16 people looking at me with their tongues hanging out and i give them most of it. >> jimmy: well, that makes sense. that's reasonable. >> it's only good if you can share it. >> jimmy: that is true. well, it depends on how good it is. [ laughter ] so we have a clip from the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you need to explain what's going on here. because you're amongst elephants. >> in thailand i went to an elephant sanctuary. and this is a place for -- it's like the old actors home. >> jimmy: do they cook the elephants? >> no, god. you play with the elephants, feed the elephants. you go in the river with them and splash water. i recommend this. at first i was very terrified because this little lady, she takes care of all the elephants. she says come up to this mound and they'll come and get to know you. but they're not like puppies coming to get to know you. jurassic park is coming to get to know you. [ laughter ] and they surround me. it was terrifying. but i warmed up with th.
you know, we splashed them. i fed them watermelons. they like -- they're adorable. you see the little baby elephant. and then i thought, okay, i'm one of them now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you can get too close. >> jimmy: you can get too close. is the setup here. >> it's not quite in the wild but it sure feels that way. >> so now i'm one of the herd. >> oh! [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's just what my grandmother would do to me, give me a shot in the back of the head. is that an elephant sign? >> do you think the elephant knew that that -- here. let's crush him, almost crush him to death, give him a good scare. and then backs out and why don't we just give him a smack in the head? >> jimmy: hey, stupid, don't stand in between the elephants. yeah. >> you don't know. you could be walking next to an elephant, you think it's your
and falls over you're dead. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's more good advice. one of the great parts of the show is at the end of the show you do a video chat with your parents. >> yes, i skype with my parents, and they're like the favorite part of the show. for some reason. people come up to me, oh, we love your parents. i'm like why do i bother going? if i can just sit in the kitchen with them. >> jimmy: but it's interesting to see them react to these adventures that you have. they're not adventurous people, your parents. >> no. they like to stay in the apartment a lot and they -- >> jimmy: growing up, was food a big part of your life? >> no. no. i mean, i didn't -- there were flavors i never had. i never had garlic until i left that house. >> jimmy: for real? >> for real. i went to an italian restaurant in hempstead, long island where i went to hofstra. and i was having just pasta and sauce. and i started freaking out. and the other guys were like what's with you? i'm like this is the best thing i ever had in my life. pasta and sauce. there's little white bits in -- what is that? they said, what,
garlic! i never had garlic. i was living like an animal. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? so do they appreciate what's going on with you? >> they do. i try to get them out. i try to -- >> jimmy: where do you take them? >> i actually came here, i wanted to ask you a question. it's called -- this is a game i want to play with you called who's crazier. >> jimmy: okay. >> my father, i take him to the restaurant, and he says i notice you have linguine with clam sauce on the menu. and they say yes. he says can you do spaghetti in clam sauce? and they say no. and he says, then i don't want it. >> jimmy: i think you need to explain the difference between linguine and spaghetti, which is almost nothing, right? >> we're talking a millimeter of pasta width. "i don't want it." but who's crazier? is it the restaurant who won't accommodate the 90-year-old? because they have spaghetti --
it's definitely the restaurant, yeah. when you're 90 years old you should get the food any way you want it. >> you should have what you want. but also, dad, you -- there's no difference! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: make no mistake, your father is also crazy. >> yes, good. >> jimmy: the restaurant in this case is crazier than your father. so congratulations to your dad. he won. [ applause ] the show is called "somebody feed phil." it all comes out on friday on netflix. phil rosenthal, everybody. we'll be right back with huncho jack. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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huncho jack! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ real i get high touch the sky right hand in the air ♪ ♪ left hand in the pot real [ muted ] eye we see eye to eye ♪ ♪ real i we see eye to eye yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i see green in your eyes it don't lie it's lit ♪ ♪ blue dollar bills in them hills to the sky cash ♪ ♪ we put the floor on dash know all my they go and cash ♪ ♪ over that bag they mad i know the problem yeah yeah ♪ ♪ eye to eye yeah trips to dubai yeah yeah i could see ♪ ♪ that they jealous don't know why yah is it 'cause ♪ ♪ we lit at 4 am at the spot put that on your tongue ♪ ♪ wait for the swag to unlock yeah if you searching ♪ ♪ come look for us alright over the border it's lit ♪
♪ we import 'em yeah just don't record us straight up ♪ ♪ poppin' at the crib the living room look like the forum ♪ ♪ roll the dice at night i take the chance in the morning ♪ ♪ know what i mean we ain't really with that camera nah ♪ ♪ we up for real for real for real we up ♪ ♪ the check for real checks we havin' the lean exotics and percs she havin' ♪ we know how to flex for real ♪ ♪ we hop on the jet the time we kill pew these be wildin' ♪ ♪ chasin' money while i'm signing deals ye i got a 'tek philippe ye ♪ ♪ and i bought a skeleton ye i'm a deadly weapon ye i'm about to go off ♪ ♪ in a second vroom yeah moving bricks and medicine ♪ ♪ she like to fly pelican brr touch the sky ♪ ♪ heavenly sky designer belt from the netherlands ♪ ♪ yeah yeah real i get high touch the sky ♪ ♪ right hand in the air left hand in the pot real i ♪ ♪ we see eye to eye real i we see eye to eye ♪ ♪ yeah yeah yeah i see green in your eyes it don't lie it's lit ♪ ♪ blue dollar bills in them hills to the sky cash ♪
♪ we put the floor on dash know all my hoes they go and cash ♪ ♪ over that bag they mad i know the problem yeah yeah ♪ ♪ real i i pop a perc' and fly brr crack that seal ♪ ♪ and take a whiff and i come back alive die commit suicide ♪ ♪ when they don't got mob ties flip it like ♪ ♪ it's five guys i'm 2pac get all eyes all ♪ ♪ look at the she a dime so many watches a can't run ♪ ♪ out of time they get out of line the gang in your yard ♪ ♪ with the strap like the uber driver with the sign brrt ♪ ♪ i've been known to tell the truth in my raps ♪ ♪ but these other rapper tell lies lies real keep the ♪ ♪ trap alive ain't no fabrication on the vine it's cap ♪ ♪ real i get high touch the sky right hand in the air ♪ ♪ left hand in the pot real i we see eye to eye ♪ ♪ real i we see eye to eye yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i see green in your eyes it don't lie it's lit blue dollar bills ♪ ♪ in them hills to the sky cash we put the floor on dash ♪ ♪ know all my hoes they go and cash over that bag they mad ♪ ♪ i know the problem yeah yeah ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> huncho jack. ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, the deadly mudslides in california. homes and cars swept away. at least 13 reported killed. rescuers pulling this 14-year-old girl from a mound of muddy rubble. >> it's our worst fear coming to life for us right now. >> scenes of destruction from inside the danger zone. >> there are at least two other houses on this block that have completely disappeared. >> how last month's wildfires paved the way for today's crisis. plus, undercover high. adults posing as students capturing the private lives of teenager