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cc1 test messase and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live." >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- channing tatum, from "american crime" regina king, long island medium teresa caputo. and music from kopecky, with cleto and the cletones and now, no kidding, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. hi, everybody, welcome.
show. i think you probablying if the that out. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. you're here on a good night. channing tatum is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] hey, now. now you scared him away, now he's not going to come. also tonight from "american crime," regina king. music from kopecky -- [ cheers and applause ] then we will delve into the supernatural. guillermo and i speak to visitors from beyond with teresa caputo, the long island medium. [ cheers and applause ] what she does is talks to dead people, right, guillermo? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: you were kind of freaked out by the whole thing? >> guillermo: yeah, i was afraid, i had butterflies in my stomac >> jimmy: you don't want to get those, if they get into your stomach they're i i a lot of trouble. also, you know, there's a lot going on in new hampshire right no after the caucus in iowa, the candidates who had no chance to
realize that and drop out. rick santorum announced he's suspending his campaign after he finished 11 in this iowa. rand paul is suspending his campaign after finishing fifth. i like that they call it suspending. as if their campaigns got caught having sex under the bleachers and will be back in a couple of weeks. rand paul deserves a lot of credit. he said time and time again he believes in smaller government. now that he's out of the race the government is indeed one person smaller. that's called practicing what you preach. jeb bush finished sixth behind rara paul. who dropped out. but jeb bush is still running. he doesn't know what to do. you know, if he loses he can't go home because his father and brother will laugh at him. so he's just got to stay -- i guess he's hoping some of the people who supported the candidates who are dropping out will get on board withhim. but i tell you something, i don't know if these ads are going to work.
>> today i will suspend my campaign for the presidency. >> butut his supporters are not forgotten. jeb bush. jeb's still running. and he desperately needs your vote. if we join forces, who knows, we might justake it to fourth place! you can't stand with rand but you can ebb with jeb. paid for by mimiake. >> jimmy: that happens. does happen. [ cheers and applause ] jeb bush needs all the help he can get. he tweeted, drop by the red harrow in millford, new hampshire, their fresh blueberry muffins look too good to pass up. behold the most boring photograph ever posted to social media. jeb bush ordering a muffin. he got a little wild. he went with blueberry instead of his usual bran, hand it to him for that. jeb held a town hall event in hanover, new hampshire, wre god bless him he tried so hard
>> i will be a commander in chief that will have the back of the military. i won't trasastalk. i won't be a dividern chief or an agitator in chief. i won't be out there blow-harding, talking a big game without backing it up. i think the next president needs to be a lot qeter but send a signal we're prepared to act in the national security interests of this country, to get back in the business of creating a more peaceful world. please clap. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really. i don't know. honestly that is one of the saddest things i've ever seen. it's like peter pan trying to save tinkerbell, you know? please clap, someone give that man a hug! meanwhile, hillary clinton is trying to position herself as the underdog in new hampshire, which is funny considering the fact that she's running against mr. magoo.
is heavily favored to win in new hampshire. i don't knowhy we just found out about this but before he was senator, in 1999, bernie sanders appeared in a low-budget movie. it's called "my ex-girlfriend's wedding reception." this is a real movie starring debbbb gibson. bernie played the rabbi. >> testing, testing. one, two, three. can you all hear me? my name is rabbi manny shevitz. >> jimmy: very clever. but wait, there's more. >> there's always tomorrow. there's always tomorrow. it could be worse. now let's just thank god you have your arms, you have your legs, let's eat! la chaim! >> jimmy: how is it possible he was already 75 yeararold in 1999? [ laughter ] [ applause ]
he hasn't aged. ted cruz, of course, was the big winner in iowa. cruz beat donald trump despite the fact that all the polls had trump winning the thing. at first trump was gracious. he said he was happy to have done so well. but i guess he's been giving that some more thought because this is what h@ posted to twitter today. a whole bunch of tweets. the state of iowa should disqualify trurs from the mosos recent election on the basis he cheated, a total fraud. next one, based ob the fraud committed by senator ted cruz either a new election should take place or cruz results nullified. next one, cruz didn't win iowa, he stole it, th is why all the polls were so wrong and why he got far more votes than anticipated. bad! sometimes bad means good. not in this case. in this case it meant bad. i guess trump wants a new iowa caucus. but does anyone else get the feeling this election is going to end inned 2019? end in 2019? in spite of all this donald trump is reportedly on the list
prize. which is -- i say it's about time we honor the man who settled the great gary busey/meatloaf conflict of 2012. this is the nobel peace prize. donald trump is so committed to peace, he's got one on his head, folks.s. [ laughter ] [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: apparently an american who's a legitimate nominator submit adler t tt nominated donald trump, which puts him alongside many luminaries including pope francis, which means this person could potentially win the nobel prize for peace. >> thr him the hell out of here. get him out of here. get him out. come on. security, move faster. we n nd security that moves fast. come on, move faster. yeah you can get h the hell out, go ahead. get him out. get him out of here, please. boom, get him out. get out of here, plplse, get him out. get him out of here. get him out of here! get out!
don't give them their coat. no coats. you know, it's amazing. i mention food stamps and that guy who's seriously overweight went crazy. he went crazy. >> j jmy: he's practicing for whwh he starts throwing people out of the country. [ applause ] when we come back from the break we have something very special. guillermo and i sat down with the long island medium to speak to thoseho have gone to the great beyond. don't go die on us, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] [tires spinning] [glass shattering] [screaming] [electricity arching] [pole crashing] [impact thud]
first, how many of you believe that you can communicate with spirits and ghosts and the dead and that kind of thing? [ cheers and applause ] i'd say i'm skeptical about these sorts of things but i'm also very open-minded. some would even say gay. [ laughter ] anyway. we were contacted by theresa caputo, who's known as the long island medium, she has a show on tlc, she communicates with the deceased. we invited her to come to l.a. to do a reading. somehow my whole family got involved inthis. >> hi. oh my god. i'm go, how are you? right now i'm getting ready to sit down with jimmy and guillermo and i am nervous. look, i'm nervous beforee every reading but this is crazy. >> yeah, pretty crazy, i'd he to agree with teresa on that. guillermo's relatives come through, will they be speaking spanish? >> i'll know if someone's speaking another language.
way that you hear me speak. >> jimmy: so the language doesn't matter? >> no, it doesn't matter. >> jimmy: gotcha. >> guillermo: the language doesn't matter, it's about love. >> that's right, it's about love. >> jimmy: well said, guillermo. >> that's probably why he's here. >> guillermo:: never talked to dead people before. i was nervous. my stomach had like butterflies here, you know. i almost got diarrhea, you know. when i get nervous. >> i don't see the way we se her in the physical world. fy say to someone, there's a mother energy here, and you tell me your mother isn't departed, it could be a grandmother, a mother-in-law, an aunt, or someone like a mother. >> jimmy: he doesn't like his mother-in-law, can we not let her in? >> unfortunately she's still with us. my mother-in-law, she drive me crazy, she try to boss me around, control me. tried to do like, oh, do this, do that, you know. you know what? i live day by day. i told her, relax, enjoy life,
she's very insane. >> jimmy: do you ever get contacted by famous people? >> i've seen souls that are celebrities. popped in for a reading. >> jimmy: it would be great if we could book elvivi or something. any elvis coming through? >> , but he is dead, i women say that. >> jimmy: he is dead, i had a feeling. >> for a tragedy like a snowmobile or ski accident, i'll see sunny bono. >> jimmy: you see sunny bono sometimes? >> yeah. >> jimmy: does he mention ch? is there ever any, hey, tell cher i said hello, tell chazz congratulations on "dancg with the stars," anything like that? >> no. >> jimmy: no? >> when the reading first started, you know, jimmy was like looking at me like, she's crazy. like, i don't know if i'm into this. i don't know who that is. i don't ow that person. you see, this is the problem that i have.
people. and of course you know famous people that have ed, is that correct? >> jimmy: yes. >> i felt there was someone that was famou that died unexpectedly and that you did something in memory or for them, then they saluted you. so that's my symbol for -- i don't know if you spoke at their wake or funeral or you did something and paid your own tribute to them. >> jimmy: yeah, there's a lot of people -- >> john ritter? >> jimmy: yeah, john ritter -- >> not many people know that story jimmy did for john ritter. john went to hollywood high, when he was here he was mentioning other people on the school wall. jimmy wanted to make that happen for him since he went there. >> jimmy: so i wrote jack. >> jack ripper! >> jimmy: i don't know who jack -- >> i kept saying, i don't know who that means. he told me, i was famous. did you do something in memory of him that was of honor? he salutes you. >> jimmy: send a note or
>> you want a wrote, i'll write it. thank you, jimmy! >> jimmy: that is nice. >> jack tripper. how's that? there you go. here's your [ bleep ] note. you happy? >> jimmy: must t ve got caught in the mail. >> honestly, guillermo seems more into what i do than jimmy. >> dicky: what about people who died? i dream of people who died. >> the difference between a dream and a visitation also when you remember the person - it's vivid. as if it was real. as if they were standing there and it was real. that's a visitation. about? >> who's the father for you that's departed? >> guillermo: i dream about my uncle frank. and i saw him in the table, i saw him -- you? >> jimmy: he's my u ule, not yoyo uncle, you remember that right? >> is that the father figure? >> guillermo: yeah, over the years he was like -- he was my uncle. everybody's uncle. chest? heart, lungs? because i'm filling up with
did i say something that you understand? >> lung cancer. >> she tururd and looked at me. i was like, oh my god. i was open to it. >> how do you connect with coins? i'm sorry? >> my father. >> your father? >> jimmy: my cousin mickey is my uncle frank's daughter. she goes to mediums a lot. so they keep in pretty close touch. >> did you keep something of his that was unique? people keep an artic of clothing or -- but i keep seeing wing-tipped shoes. >> jimmy: he always wore shoes. you know. except for in bed. he didn't wear -- he always, right? >> guillermo: yeah. >> yeah. that's really -- that's [ bleep ] crazy, jimmy. >> jimmy: my uncle frank did wear shoes everywhere he'd go. i mean, it was like his thing. and so when teresa brought up
>> you knew him too? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: her father, yeah. >> meanwhile. i have no idea that uncle frank's daughter, i'm talking to her. >> jimmy: that's my cousin. that's why. yeah. >> you think i know that'sp your cousin? >> jimmy: i assumed you were asasng her -- >> how do i know that? they have me looking at her. when i'm channeling her father and the breath and the filling up with the fluid -- >> [ bleep ]. >> it's your uncle frank. >> jimmy: give me my jack tripper note. >>ake your note. as long as you're happy with your note. >> jimmy: i was really happy to get my note from john ritter but the weird thing was -- i don't know, it seemed like 11 hours. the whole t me uncle frank said nothing to me, nothing about me. and this bothered me because i'm self-centered.
>> no, this isn't about you. there's no place in you. you want to hear from uncle frank, he's channelling, now you're pissed that he's the only one, what else do you want? >> jimmy: that's what they say. >> i think jimmy is opening up to it a little bit more. you know, if he's a believer in diums, that's not the goal. just as s ng as he knows that, you know, his uncle is here with us. >> jimmy: i oas opening up. like a flower in spring. like a convenience store that never closes. >> i got to -- skirt's riding up. >> jimmy: that's uncle frank. that's uncle frank. wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, we have music from kopecky. fr "american crime" regina king is here. and we'll be right back with
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>> jimmy: tonight from"american crime" which you can see wednesday nights on abc, regina king is wiwi us. then, from nashville, their album is called "drug for a modern age." these guys are really good -- kopecky from the samsung stage. tomorrow night, jason sudeikis, lionel richie, and music from elton john. please join us for that. our first gut tonight does it all -- he sings like an angel, he acts like an angel, he dances like the devil himself. starting friday, you can see him in the new movie from the coen brothers, it is called "hail, caesar!" please welcome channing tatum. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> good to see you too, man. >> jimmy: how's life? >> life is good, my friend. life is good.
>> jimmy: may i ask, when the screaming dies down, have you ever been to a medium or a psychic or anything like that yourself? >> i have been to more than i can count. >> jimmy: you have? >> yeah, my wife has like -- i would say a legion of light workers, psychics. we even ve shamans. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah, yeah. bubu you know. some of them are better than others, you know. it's like a sliding scale. >> jimmy: where do you get a good shaman, crargs list? >> amazon. >> jimmy: they send those? >> they fly them in, drop them in your backyard, it's remarkable. >> jimmymy what is light work? what is that? >> i have no idea. to be honest. no, but like -- there are good ones and bad ones. th worst one i ever had, you know, just sits you down. he's like, i'm feeling something. you're just holeding a lot of pain in your heart chalk ra, what is that? what your childhood, do you want to talk about it? you look like you need to cry,
the whoho hour he was trying to get me to cry. look, man, i've already cried about this stuff, i don't really want to cry about it, let's move on. >> jimmy: oh, wow. that's something. yeah that's really -- that whole thing. i guess it brings people comfort in various ways. >> yeah, hey. whatever gets you through your day, you know? that's what i say. >> jimmy: so psychics, yes, you have been involved. have you ever seen a ghost? >> no, not that i know of. >> jimmy: you've not. last year, over the course of this last year, you have been -- you must have a guardian angel. >> that's true. >> jimmy: you're in quentin tarantino's movie, coen brothers, these are directors that every actor dreams of working with. >> yeah. they're bucket list people. if you get one of them in a lifetime you should be good. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i've gotte two in one year, or three. coen brothers. >> jimmy: yeah. >> can't forget that. >> jimmy: lifetime, they tend to use the same actors over and over and over again in all their movi. so you might never work with another director again. >> i would be totally down for that.
they're like, we can do without him again. you'll know because like, oh, he didn't make it back. >> jimmy: what is your favorite coen brothers movie? besides the one that you are in. >> i could say some of their more obscure ones or their older ones. i didn't really know film when i was like growing up. soso think probably "brother where art thou" is my first one, oh my god that movie was so much fun. that was my first time i got to know them. i'd probably have to say that. "bloos simple," "raising arizona." >> jimmy: did you mee them before you did this film? >> i met them once. i auditioned eight, nine, ten years before i did this movie. "no country for old men." and i was about 15 years too young for the part but i begged just get an audition. >> jimmy: why? >> knew if i got into the room, by the time i left the room i'd be a better actor. and it worked. i was. i learned so much just in a very
i also learned that you don't -- i knew i wasn't going to get the movie, like there was no shot at me getting the film. it released the expectation of getting it and i could just like listen to what they had to say d learn from it. >> jimmy: that's good. did they remember that? >> yeah, they did, yeah. i think. or they lied to me. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean --yeah. >> they're like, yeah, you were great, great! >> jimmy: what's the worst audition experience you ever had? >> oh, yeah,h,hat was -- that was "fast and furious 3." >> jimmy: really? >> "tokyo drift." yes, i was -- wanted to go to tokyo very badly. and i remember -- i wanted to driftttokyo. >> jimmy: is that a good sign, when you're picking the film based onhere you'd like to vacation? >> yeah, just really, really want to -- never been to tokyo! hear they have great food! no, i stopped in the middle of the audition. and i was like -- i think we're done, right? jimmy: you did? >> this is terrible. >> jimmy: why? >> i have no idea. i couldn't -- i don't even know
mainly. i don't remember the specifics. but i think it was a combination of probably me being just bad, not remembering the lines, like totally freaked out. i was probably sweating a lot. >> jimmy: it's a great lesson for kids. people say, keep fighting. no, just cut bait and give up. >> just get out of there. they didn't try to stop me. they were like, all right! it's probably a good idea. >> jimmy: your buddy and costar from "21 and 22 jump street is in "hail caesar." is that a coincidence? >> i guess it was. we both really wanted to work with coens. a funny story, we were both on the press tour for "jump street 2." we get in the straighter, going down to do something. you know. we're both trying to figure out how to tell. we're humble bragging. like, yeah, what'd you eat for lunch?
oh, yeah, weird, me too/ what movie? we both are humble bragging to each other about the same movie and trying to get from the other one how big their part is. which part is your part? >> jimmy: at any point did you think it might be the same part? >> no. >> jimmy: you did not, okay. >> no, no. >> jimmy: all right. >> we don't really get the same parts. he's like an academy-nominated guy. i've never been nominated for an academy award. he gets different stuff. but i won. i won, i got a bigger part. [ cheers and alause ] >> jimmy: yeah, you did. when we come back, we're going to see that. and really, yeah, you're like -- your big, big scene is a fantastic scene. the movie is "hail caesar." channing tatum is here. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] can be yours for... twenty grand? -no! we are giving it away
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come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is channing tatum, "hail caesar" is the movie. it opens friday. very well done. >> thankyou. >> jimmy: i was watching that, there were long parts of that dance scene where there are no edits at all. it is really you doing it. >> yeah, no, i mean -- i trained for three and a half months for essentially six minutes. and none of that was in the script. so, yeah. i basically signed on going, yeah, yeah. all of a sudden the script was like, walk onstage, there's a big set piece, and a guy does a knee slide to a bucket. then that hahaened. >> jimmy: had you ever tap danced before? >> never put on a pair of tap shoes. it didn't even say we were doing tap. i've never tapped. they're like, think you can learn tap?
you're not going to tell the coen brothths no. yeah, i can do that! >> jimmy: is it harder to d dce with clothes on in a movie? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah actually, it is. yeah, i would say yeah. you've got to do more. >> jimmy: you did a fantastic job. 's a great scene. and he plays a -- an old-time movie star, you're a movie star aying in a movie actually being a movie star on top of it. >> like a gene kelly-style thing. >> jimmy: we want to do something special for a person -- let's go to guillermo who's on hollywood boulevard right now. guillermo, how are you doing? >> guillermo: doing great. >> jimmy: jeremy's having trouble with his wife and mother-in-law. but anyway,,e're going to put
find someone to be channing tatum's valentine tonight, okay? grab somebody off the street and ask if they want to be channing tatum's valentine. >> guillermo: okay. >> be funny if we didn't find anybody. >> jimmy: no, thanks. >> hi. >> jimmy: there we go, okay, all right. what is your name? >> my name's jennifer. >> jimmy: hi, jennifer. >> hi. >> jimmy: where are you going right now? >> i am actually on my commute home from school. >> jimmy: you're going h he what do you do for a living? >> school. >> jimmy: from school. >> what do i do for a living? i'm a student. >> jimmy: you're a student. what's in the -- you got luggage with you? >> i do have luggage with me. >> jimmy: they put all that stuff on computers now. hey, why don't you come in here for a second? we have a surprise for you. >> what do you mean? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, so -- all right, we're going to go over here, we'll get ready for her. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is your spot.
these candies you get on valentine's? what i'd like you to do is kind of read them to her, whisper them in her ear. in a romantic kind of way. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's good. we'll just -- they're probably having trouble getting that luggage down the s sirs. in a half hour they'll be here. >> she should just check it. >> jimmy: did you know you can eat these? hi, how are you? come on in here, have a seat right there. this is channing tatum. >> oh my god. >> hi, how are you? >> okay! >> jimmy: how you doing? happy almost valentine's d. your heart is beating? it's a good thing or we'd have medium. [ cheers and applause ] wearing? >> fake uggs. >> jmy: they're fake uggs.
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>> jimmy: first of all, may i say thanyou for wearing that. yeah. this isoing to be one of those things where people freeze frame and diagram my eyey. but i'm going to try very, very hard to defy biology and just -- >> stayy here? >> jimmy: i'm going to look slightly over your head, yeah. >> the point was that you don't do that. >> jimmy: i know, i know, i know. but you know. as soon as we go to commercial, believe me, i'll zero right in. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think you're such a great actress. i was watching you on "the leftovers." i said to my wife, she is such a great actress. how do you do these shows simultaneously? >> it is pretty fun and terrifying and all of that at the same time. a couple days i actually was
day. >> jimmy: both shows on the same day. >> yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: you can't do tt method actor thing where you're acting like the one person all the time. >> all the time, yeah, that you walk around as erika all the titi and then walk around as terri all the time. those are the two o les that i play. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: which one am i, am i erika or terri right now? 4> yeah, the wig kind of helped, you know. >> jimmy: yes, the wig does help. you are directing shows now as well. >> i am. i was able to come here because i'm directing "the catch" right now. a new shondaland show that was created by alan hindberg. they let me off to come here. >> jimmy: that's nice, i appreciate that. >> to talk about "american crime." >> jimmy: how did you get into 4& directing? >> i'm a bit of a control freak. >> jimmy: okay. >> and it's something that i've been watching. i've been in the business for 30 years. >> jimmy: since you were a kid. >> since i was a kid. >immy: what was your first regular series type of job?
[ cheers and applause ] how long were you on that show? >> we shot the pilot when i was 13. but the show actually -- the series ran from 14 to 19. >> jimmy: was that a positive experience overall for a kid? >> absolutely. i was lucky. my mom made sure i stayed in public school. i'm a product of l.a. union actiona. unified. >> jimmy: so at the end of the day you'd go over to the -- get off at 2:30 or whatever and head to work? >> no, no, not quite like that. when we were shooting, i had a set teacher. >> jimmy: i see. >> when we were on hiatus i was book at westchester high, comets go. >> jimmy: when did you alize, this is something that i want to do as an adult job? >> you know, it was actually -- it's funny, because it was a hobby. you know, all that time. and then i was at usc.
the set and school. and i kind of felt like, school's not my jam. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah,, yeah. >> jimmy: and have you ever like had a regular job? >> no. >> jimmy: wow. >> that would be a no. yeah, that's -- >> jimmy: i have to tell you, you're very lucky. >> i know. >> jimmy: most of them suck. yeah. so wow. >> it's funny, i have friends that when they started building mcdonald's on the beach in santa monica, that was a thing, get a job at mcdonald's on the beach. i didn't have to do that. >> jimmy: you never got a job at mcdonald's on the beach. that is remarkable to really be so consistently employed. >> lucky. remarkable and lucky. >> jimmy: by the way, i know you've had -- i have a list of some of your tv husbands, on-screen husbands, movie mostly. will smith, eddie murphy, chris rock, cuba gooding jr., andre 3000 from outkast plays your
>> andre 3000. i think we should call him andre benjamin. >> jimmy: is he keeping the 3000 when he performs? >> i think he's going with andre benjamin. >> jimmy: he is? i wasn't told. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> i'm encouragingng him to go that way. >> jimmy: does he ask you for advice of that ture? >> i'm giving him advice. that's the director in me. >> jimmy: you're a sports fan, will you be watching the super bowl? >> i will, i will, yeah. >> jimmy: who are you rooting for? >> i'm going with carolina because i have to talk crap. during the super bowl. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who do you talk crap with during the super bowl? >> anybody that's against the team that i'm talking crap for, ah. >> jimmy: will you gamble, bet on the game? >> no, i'm not a betting woman. >> jimmy: you're not. >> i'm not a betting woman but i will say this. my son and i have this idea. we feel like the super bowl should be on a saturday. so that we can rest on sunday. >> jimmy: i'm with you on that, that's a good idea.
or either -- we should have like super bowl monday. where everybody has it off. >> jimmy: we should. especialal on the east coast. the super bowl goes so late. and then you have a bunch of drunks over at your house. and they leave tortilla chips all over t place. >> drunk people with the bubble guts ah. >> jimmy: bubble guts, yeah. >> eating chili and hot wings and doer right else to. >> jimmy: and you've got to get up the next morning and it's terrible. that should be national holiday. >> should we start that movement? >> jimmy: i'm going to say this right now -- cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whichever one of the presidential candidates puts that -- makes that part of their platform platform, i don't care how crazy they are, i'll vote for them. >> seriously? >> jimmy: no, not seriously, no. not seriously. you could always call in sick if you really need to. congratulations on all your success. three different shows you're working on right now. and "american crime" is the one we want to mention. it's wednesday nights at 10:00
presented by samsung. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank channing tatum, regina king and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but & first -- their album is called "drug for the modern age." here with the song "talk to me" kopecky. [ cheers and applause ] it's time to commit open on up
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