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that's very nice. this if you're wondering, this is the first piece of carry-on luggage you can drive. this is a little -- you drive it through the airport, you drive it to the sin that bon, to the hudson news. if you're a drug dealer load it up with drugs and use it as a getaway car. this is one of those ideas that started as, you know what would be awesome? a piece of luggage you could drive to the airport but then nobody had the sense to stop, they kept going with the idea, and a million dollars later they carefully up with this. but we have some fun planned with the motobag tonight. later on kaley cuoco and i are going to race -- i don't know what these people are cheering for but we are going to race out on hollywood boulevard on these motorized suitcases until one of us veers into traffic and is killed. should i send this over your way? hold on, here you go, ready? perfect. hey, you know --
>> guillermo: never mind. >> jimmy: it's better when it's meant. drive around, have fun with that. have you driven that thing yet? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: okay, good. i'd like to have you on that at all times. >> guillermo: that would be good. >> jimmy: you know, hillary clinton was supposed to be in california today. originally she was going to race kaley cuoco. but she had to cancel the trip because of illness. you probably know hillary was coughing a lot in public last week and then yesterday she was forced to leave a 9/11 memorial because she was feeling faint. turns out on friday clinton's doctor had diagnosed her with pneumonia but they kept it secret until this happened and they were forced to admit it. these conspiracy theories about hillary clinton's health would be a lot harder to believe if they didn't actually come true. [ laughter ] or maybe, just maybe, there's another story here. let's run the video where she had to be helped into the van. you probably saw this on the news. this is just -- that's hillary's -- we see she's being kind of supported by one of her
handlers there. then she stumbled a little bit. and they actually -- secret service has to kind of put her into the van. they even get between her and the news cameras. but i tell you, maybe hillary clinton doesn't have pneumonia, maybe hillary clinton had a few too many shots of trump involved cat night before. [ laughter ] [ tape playing very slowly ] >> from arkansas to new york. fans from arkansas. we've got friends from arkansas here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that would be a scandal. it is kind of funny that the people who don't think hillary clinton is fit and healthy enough to be president are so worried that hillary clinton is fit and healthy enough to be president. [ laughter ] but meanwhile, one of donald trump's most outspoken supporters, former mayor of new york rudy giuliani, he's been ranting and raving all over the
country. we decided to slow him down a little bit too for the first-ever edition of "drunk rudy giuliani." [ tape playing very slowly ] >> i saw him walk straight in the eye of the mexican president. he didn't blink. he didn't look like hillary clinton with one of these long answe answers, rroooooo! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: in other important world news, another season of "dancing with the stars" is upon us. tonight on abc the premiere of season 85 of "dancing with the stars." [ laughter ] this has been going on since 1973. they have an especially good lineup.
ryan lochte gets a much-needed chance to bring further dishonor to himself and his country. rick perry, governor of texas, he ran for president twice, now he's doing the cha cha alongside vanilla ice. that is a hell of a career trajectory. vanilla ice waisted no time getting to "ice ice baby." he did it tonight on the first show. he did all his hits tonight on the first show. [ laughter ] some of the other dancers include amber rose, olympic gymnast laurie hernandez, calvin johnson, ken beneath edmonds, lulu ramirez, that's not a real person, at the start of even season i make my pick for who i believe will bring home the mirror ball trophy. i bet real money. since i'm gambling at work, if i lose it's a business deduction, right? i have an exceptional record. i've correctly named the winner of "dancing with the stars" 8 of 17 times. i intend to make that 19 of 18 times. this afternoon i wrote the name
of one "dancing" star on a piece of paper, folded that, put it inside a tiny briefcase which i inserted into guillermo's mouth. and now, guillermo, it's in there? >> guillermo: uh-huh. >> jimmy: why were you able to talk before? you don't know? [ laughter ] can i get a drumroll. [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, the winner for season 267 of "dancing with the stars" will be -- >> guillermo: ta-da! laurie hernandez! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and next she's going to bring the gold directly to me. joining us now on our big cisco screen, the wall of america, say hello to laurie hernandez! [ cheers and applause ] >> hi! >> jimmy: laurie. do you have any idea why i've summoned you via satellite tonight?
>> i don't know but i watch you a lot. >> jimmy: all right. well, i'm going to be watching you a lot. because i've picked you as the winner of "dancing with the stars" this season. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'll be betting on you. how many hours a day are you practicing, laurie? >> well, for gym that is significants about 30. for dancing it's four hours a day. >> jimmy: four hours a day? i'd like you to add a few hours a day to that. how old are you now? >> i'm 16. >> jimmy: aren't you supposed to be in school? why are you out on a night like this? >> well, i've been home schooling since third grade. >> jimmy: oh, good, good. >> i'm still home schooling. >> jimmy: you can skip the semester, i'll give you your graduation cap and gown if you win this competition for me. laurie, would you trade your olympic gold medal for the mirror ball that you see beside you? >> i think they both tie for each other. >> jimmy: okay, all right, that's pretty good. [ cheers and applause ]
laurie, you must be very excited to meet vanilla ice and company. did you know who vanilla ice was going into this? >> yeah, of course. i mean, the first time i met him he was eating a piece of fruit and i didn't even introduce myself, i just ran up to him, stop! he was like -- and i was like, collaborate and listen! i've got it on video. >> jimmy: she's charming also. thank you, laurie. i wish you well. we both have a lot riding on this. i'm counting on you, don't let me down. >> i won't. >> jimmy: thank you, laurie. laurie hernandez! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our "dancing with the stars" champion, she's going to win too. i'm going to go so far as to say i've never felt this stockry about a competitor on this particular program. i know, who cares, right? [ laughter ] hey, last night on abc we had another big competition. a new miss america was crowned. there to help select that new miss america, another olympic gold medal-winning gymnast gabby douglas. watch her reaction to miss california's gymnastics routine. ♪
♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, what the hell is this and what the hell am i doing here? this miss america was quite a show. the winner was miss arkansas. her name's sabby shields. she said her secret dream is to be a backup dancer for beyonce. which i guess means she doesn't know how secrets are supposed to work. [ laughter ] one of my favorite parts of the pageant is when the contestants introduce themselves and share a little factoid about their state. the winner of that portion of the competition was hands-down miss alabama. ♪ >> your lost luggage ends up in my state. from the home of the unclaimed baggage center, i'm hayley barber, miss alabama. >> jimmy: what? what's the opposite of a fun fact?
[ laughter ] i think that was it. food good. miss south carolina used the evening gown competition to make a very powerful statement about the importance of modesty in today's not so modest world. >> mace south carolina, rachel wyeth! >> something we've lost sight of is how important it is to be modest. i think miss america is a role model for so many young girls and they need to know you don't have to wear revealing clothing or be sexy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: with that said, do i have enough bronzing cream on my giant breasts? [ laughter ] we have a number one movie in america. a new one. "sully" starring tom hanks as captain sully sullenberger, made $35 million at the box office this weekend. you probably know the movie is the true story of captain sullenberg are who made the water landing on the hudson river. he saved the lives of everyone on board. it was number one by a good margin. but it had stiff competition,
bridget jones and her baby. to capitalize through halloween the studio is marketing the movie at a different demographic. >> cleared for takeoff. >> gotcha, cleared for takeoff. >> today we begin with our investigation on the crash of flight 1549. >> whatfy got this wrong? >> you're scaring me, sully. >> brace for impact. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no geese were harmed. we have to take a break. the nfl is back, my cousin sal
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rams coming back to l.a.? [ cheers and applause ] we haven't had football in 22 years. we still don't. the rams played in san francisco tonight against the 49ers on monday night football. frustrating they schedule these games against "dancing with the stars." [ laughter ] you know? anyway. cousin sal has a new facebook page called cousin sal sure thing. he picks gamed on espn, nfl games, 79% of the time he picked correctly against the spread with his best bets which is amazing over the course of two seasons. unfortunately, yesterday his sure thing was not that sure. he started the season 1-2. his big bet was the bears. they were covering for 54 minutes of the game, gave it away at the end. you only get credit at the end the game. but sal will try again on facebook on friday. when he's not throwing his children's college fund away we send my cousin sal to a house with hidden cameras to mess with people who make deliveries. here's cousin sal presenting a dilemma to a very well-meaning thai food delivery guy.
>> hey, how's it going? come on in for a second. it's thai food? >> thai food, yes. >> terrific. what's your name? >> kit. >> do me a favor, kit. this is my grandfather. i have to deliver this ukulele. the post man delivered it to the wrong house. it's my neighbor's. i'm going to go next door and give to it him. could you watch him? he can't be alone. could you watch him for two minutes? >> yes, no problem. >> sit right there and i'll come back and pay you. sit right back, i'll be back in two minutes. be good, grandpa. he doesn't move, you're fine. >> okay, no problem. >> thanks. be right back.
>> excuse -- oh! oh, oh, excuse me -- so please, please, please have a seat, please. please. please -- no, no, please, please, please. please, please have a seat. sit please. have a sit, please. please, please please, please, please. have a sit. have a sit. please, please, please. yes. yes. thank you. that's it. oh -- oh, oh, oh! not that way, can't go, sir. sit please. sit there. thank you very much. very nice. thank you.
oh, oh! no, no, no! sir, sir, no, no, no! please! don't do it, sir! please! sit, sit please. don't do it. please. please sit please. sit here, sir. sit here. oh! sit, please. sit. you sit. i sit, you sit. i sit -- >> sorry, he had to play the ukulele for me -- what happened? what is going on? what are you doing with my grandpa? >> no, i did not -- >> what kind of mess did you make her? >> i don't know, i didn't do anything. your grandfather just come and grab and try and throw on the floor. on the floor. and he try to -- >> i don't know what to believe here. look at this lamp. this is a family heirloom here. now it's useless.
i have to be honest, this is going to affect your tip. all right, you know what? you know how you can make this up to me? just go watch him for a couple more hours. i want to go see a movie. all right? thank you. >> oh, no -- >> yeah. >> oh! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show music from onerepublic, phil rosenthal is here, and we'll be right back with kaley cuoco. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ one smart choice leads to the next. ♪ the new 2017 ford fusion is here. it's the beauty
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we'll have music from tame impala. and on sunday night, i'm hosting the 68s annual emmy awards here on abc. [ cheers and applause ] and to commemorate this, twitter gave us a special emmy emoji. the way it works is, when you use #emmys or #kimmel or any one of a few other hashtags this week, the emmy-oji will pop up. magically. i want you to try it. i asked you to write something about the emmys promoting it, then can we connect to guillermo's phone? we will see. okay. #emmys. jimmy kimmel is best boss ever the funny guy in -- oh, okay, all right. great now go ahead and post that. thank you, guillermo. it says nelly furtado. you follow nelly fur dahd toe? [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: there it is. you can see it. oh my god. it's so big.
i'm getting scared already it's like one of those insects the guy got stuns with. try that at home, it works, right? >> guillermo: right, jimmy. >> jimmy: still got that briefcase in your mouth? >> guillermo: no, i put it away. >> jimmy: okay, very good. our first guest tonight, hugely popular tv show debuted in september 2007 which was like 14 iphones ago. season 10 of "the big bang theory" starts one week from tonight. please welcome kaley cuoco. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> wow. >> jimmy: it's very good to have you here. >> thank you. what happened to that delivery guy? i'm very concerned that he's still there. >> jimmy: he is still in the house, yes. >> i'm worried about him. >> jimmy: he has to wait till another delivery guy shows up.
>> they switch spots? >> jimmy: they trade off, yeah. >> very concerned. he was so nice about it. >> jimmy: he was very nice. >> i would not have been so nice. >> jimmy: you would not? >> no, i thought he was going to run. >> jimmy: you wouldn't have watched the old man? he didn't run. >> grandpa was good. >> jimmy: speaking of running we're having a race a little bit later. i was feeling confident about this. we're riding the suitcases. the motorized suitcases. >> amazing. >> you apparently, i did not know this, you like -- is it professional horse riding? >> i'm not a professional, no. but it's very, very serious to me. i compete, yes. >> jimmy: you jump horses? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, competitively, yes. i'm not a professional, but competitively. >> jimmy: who do you compete against? >> professionals. [ laughter ] >> sadly. >> really? >> here and there. but yeah, it's become like a very important part of my life. very serious. kind of -- it kind of levels me out with this whole hollywood thing. >> jimmy: it seems dangerous to me. >> it's a little dangerous. it's a little.
but you know. so is riding suitcases. >> yeah we shouldn't be doing is that. >> which is going to be very dangerous. >> jimmy: do people flip out when they see coming around the turn and it's you? >> that's the thing. it's funny. kind of joining that world a little bit, it's kind afteof a high-end, very classy sport, the equestrian world. i've been trying to keep a low profile. >> jimmy: you feel like riffraff? >> well, you know. bringing paparazzi to a horse show is not a great idea. it spooks the horses. i've been trying -- i actually started showing under a secret name. >> jimmy: oh, you have an alias? >> a little bit of an alias which would be stupid if i said the name right now. i've been trying to steer clear of being super noticeable but it's hard when you're followed around. it's a little bit tough. even coming up with the whole name, like what i was going to show under -- >> jimmy: just tell us the name, i can't tell you the name. it really just takes away the whole point. though i don't think it matters anymore. i tried to make a simple name.
if you do a crazy name, if it's like, i don't know, george gina cheese or something, they're going to see it on the board and they're going to run to see who's mrs. cheese? >> jimmy: right. >> i don't know why i came up with that. >> jimmy: did you come -- >> you're trying to make me stupidly say it. >> is it somebody you know, a character? >> i tried something simple because it's always up on a board. people see it name. the problem is too in the horse world, a lot of people know what horses you ride and the names of them. so i have a few horses -- my horses are becoming i think a little more famous than i am. >> jimmy: really? >> i have a horse poker face. i feel that's not hiding anything. >> jimmy: you're going to have to change the horse's name. >> exactly. >> jimmy: does the horse get confused when the horse sees the fake name on the board? >> he's like, who's on my pack? >> jimmy: where's kalie? >> thole moving his mind. yeah i've got to keep him on his toes. >> jimmy: do you win these races? >> not races. yeah, competitions. >> jimmy: competitions, yeah. >> i'm not a jockey.
that would be amazing. maybe i'll start doing that. i'm a little too tall. >> jimmy: that would be fun. >> yeah there's been some wins. we kind of travel all over. it's been amaze going how do you and the horse celebrate if you win? >> not only when we win, i have a beer, and actually i give my morse a beer too. >> jimmy: really? >> yep. >> jimmy: how do you feed a beer to a horse? >> put it in mr. feed. >> jimmy: they love it? >> yeah, love it, love it. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, i don't let him jump and drink. . that would be -- back to the barn. >> jimmy: how long would it take to get a horse drunk? >> a lot of beers. >> just one beer? >> they love the flavor. >> jimmy: it's got barley, hops and stuff. >> it's great. poker face prefers i. >>. a. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> kind of depends what they want, you know. i prefer light beer. >> jimmy: "big bang theory" coming back for season 10. have you discussed season 11
yet? is that something that will probably happen? >> it's a very expensive question. >> jimmy: i see. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: for who? >> for a lot of people. >> jimmy: cbs? >> a lot of people. yeah. >> jimmy: i see. >> ten seasons. >> jimmy: ten is a lot of seasons. >> that's a lot of hair. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: don't you feel like that's enough? >> it's a lot of hair. it's a lot of denim sizes. that's a lot of the -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah, you really -- a lot your life -- >> ten years, come on. all my 20s. i went from hot to 30. [ laughter ] like i was 21 when i started this show. >> jimmy: they're almost like home movies. >> truly. it's scary, yeah. a lot of hair change. i cannot believe how we've all changed. the guys look exactly the same. i'm the only one -- they've worn the same t-shirts this entire time. >> jimmy: women are at a disadvantage because of the hair thing. most guys have the same hairstyle as junior high school. >> i have to try. for nine years, ten seasons. >> jimmy: each time you go, oh,
this is going to look crazy in four years. >> yes. then we get to four years and there it is again. >> jimmy: and there it is. >> ten seasons. think where you were ten years ago. >> jimmy: enough stalling, are you ready to take me on? are you ready to go out on the boulevard? [ cheers and applause ] kaley cuoco is here. when we come back we'll race luggage! >> dicky: portions of jimmy kimmel are brought to you by aflac. health can change but the life you love doesn't have to. jor me? no! who's gonna' help cover the holes in their plans? aflac! like rising co-pays and deductibles... aflac! or help pay the mortgage? or child care? aflaaac! and everyday expenses? aflac! learn about one day pay at aflac.com/boat blurlbrlblrlbr!!!
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are going to be the first people ever to race them on television. it's time for the sate case race. you win, you'll become the first female champion of the suitcase race. >> looking forward to it. >> jimmy: guillermo, explain the rules. >> guillermo: okay. here are the rules, okay? when i shoot the gun i do all the way -- >> jimmy: how about with the gun you don't -- >> guillermo: put your bag and your shoes on the belt, go through the metal detector, then get your luggage and come back here. >> jimmy: we should get
subtitles for this. the winner takes home the coveted golden thing. >> wow. >> jimmy: oh, look at that. i don't know, i've never laid eyes on anything so beautiful. >> gorgeous. >> jimmy: are we ready to go? >> guillermo: ladies and gentlemen -- ready, go! >> you're going so fast! oh my gosh. oh! >> jimmy: hey, now. kaley, you're so far behind me. let me help you with that. >> no, get out of my way, kimmel! these damn shoes! >> jimmy: yeah, those shoes. there's my bag. >> my bag -- >> jimmy: i have to be wanded? all right. >> wait -- >> jimmy: good, good. where are my shoes? you didn't get wanded! >> i'm psyched, i don't need shoes!
i don't need shoes! all right! [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, yeah! >> jimmy: she's shoeless! she has no shoes on! this victory is under protest. "the big bang theory" returns a week from tonight on cbs. thank you, kaley cuoco, everybody. be right back with phil rosenthal! >> dicky: portions of jimmy kimmel brought to you by aflac. health can change but the life you love doesn't have to. ♪
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onerepublic. 20 years ago tomorrow, a show our next guest came up with called "everybody loves raymond" premiered. he found a guy named raymond, and they just went for it. he has a new pbs show of his own called "i'll have what phil's having." it's streaming now on netflix. please welcome phil rosenthal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i was happy to see you this weekend at a charity event called allex's lemonade stand. >> one of my favorite events. >> chefs come from all over the country and cook and raise money for alex's lemonade stand. >> you donated a dinner. >> jimmy: you bought the dinner that i donated. we had a bid. you and ray romano together. >> we spent a lot of money. but a -- >> jimmy: we spent a tremendous
amount of money. >> you said a sweet thing right after when i saw you. you said, you don't have to bid on a dinner to come to my house. and i said, now you tell me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. well, you guys bid a lot. i don't even know. that's a lot of pressure for me. now i realize we have to have appetizers. >> yes. >> jimmy: must be a soup, maybe even a salad. >> i'm not fooling around. i expect a nice -- >> jimmy: you will get it, believe my, i'll put full effort. i didn't even tell the chefs that i volunteered to come help cook at this event that they were going to be doing it until after we raffled it off. >> oh, nice. >> jimmy: they're all-in now, they have no choice. it's going to be a great night. >> you're big into food. i knew dinner at your place was going to be good. >> jimmy: this is why i find your show so interesting and enjoy watching your show. you have really a dream job. >> yes. >> jimmy: you go around the world, eating. >> yes, this is called a scam. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who cooked this scam up? >> me.
it all started -- we did an episode of "raymond" where we went to italy. because i asked ray, where are you going on your hiatus? he said, i go to the jersey shore. and i said, that's nice, you ever go to europe? he goes, nah. and i said, why not? he goes, i'm not really interested in other cultures. [ laughter ] even his own culture, italy. >> jimmy: even his own. >> so i thought, we got to do that episode where we send him to italy as him, and we send him back as me. >> jimmy: i see. >> someone who's very excited about travel and food and italy especially. you know how it is. >> jimmy: yeah, sure, of course. >> and -- we did it. and i saw this transformation that i wrote for the character happen to the person. right? >> jimmy: to him in real life. >> oh, yeah, he loves it now. and i thought, this is -- the lightbulb's going off, i need to do this for other people. it took 10 to 15 years to have this show "i'll have what phil's having."
>> jimmy: there are people who say that. i don't want to go out of the country. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's crazy when you actually go and experience something like that. >> wouldn't the world be better if we all could experience a little bit of someone else's experience? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it would. in a way you are an ambassador for your country when you travel abroad. >> yes. >> jimmy: people have a good feeling about you, they then have a good feeling about your country instead of watching honey boo-boo on television. >> yes. >> jimmy: and then thinking that's what americans are like. >> exactly right. exactly right. >> jimmy: growing up did you love restaurants and fine dining and that kind of thing? >> loved, but i never got to go, we couldn't afford to go. after my left my parent easy house, i moved to manhattan, i didn't have any money. i ate hot dogs, tuna fish, pizza. i couldn't e.r.a. afford it. reading in the new york times about mystical places called four-star restaurants. and i would save up every year on my birthday, my roommate also, another idiot, would save up $100. to go to one of these meals.
this was in the '80s. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> we would go. and we couldn't afford to bring dates. we could afford one girl. so we would split a girl. [ laughter ] and bring her and then dress in our -- probably our dad's suits. and go eat. >> jimmy: where did you go? do you remember any? >> the quilted giraffe was a place. >> jimmy: really? >> it was one of these places if you were going to show the hedonistic '80s, the a scorsese movie, you'd go there. every diner had their own waiter and every dish came with a silver dome, voila at the same time. >> jimmy: that's fun. you had a meal in tokyo that i saw on the show that was the most beautiful meal i've ever seen. tell us about that. >> narosawa. this is a michelin three-star restaurant, which is as high as it gets on the scale. and here comes a dish. the first dish, it's called the forest floor. it's a cut piece of tree and it's jagged and has the bark around it.
and it looks like the forest floor. and there's all kinds of little trees and bushes and a little water is there running. and everything is edible on this dish. >> jimmy: like eating a lionel train set in a way. >> yes. but so beautiful. you have to see it. and then you hear birds chirping. and the stream running. and rustling leaves. and i'm like, what? what's going on, where's that coming from? i notice it's coming from the tree bark. oh, i get it, they put a sound chip underneath. no. it's a live feed through the internet from the forest. you're listening live. to the forest. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. what if the forest isn't happening that day? they said, we have four forests. >> jimmy: that's planning. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: four forests is impressive. >> how would you like that job,
the guy with the microphone in the forest? >> jimmy: you did a show in l.a. what's an item that people here in los angeles can eat that you love more than anything? >> right now? >> jimmy: right now. >> howland raised chicken. it's in chinatown. it's not chinese food, it's from nashville. there's a thing called nashville hot chicken. >> jimmy: sure, yeah. >> right, yes. howland raised is the newest iteration. in chinatown, sometimes the wait is 1 1/2, 2 1/2 hours. fantastic, the best chicken sandwich i've ever had. fried chicken. they have mild, a little spicy, medium. i do not suggest getting anything above medium. >> jimmy: too hot? >> i tried hot. which is the next level. and my lips hurt for 20 minutes. >> jimmy: really. >> then there's super hot. and howling, which i think is made with lava. [ laughter ] and you'll die. >> jimmy: you're howling, yeah. >> this is why it's rated howling.
>> jimmy: it's a good way to go it on. where are you going next? do you have a place on your list? >> i have lots of places and we're talking about more shows. i can't tell you all the info yet. it's not done yet. but listen, there's going to be another season, whether they film me or not. >> jimmy: do you need a piece of luggage you can ride? >> yes, i was watching you. >> jimmy: perfect, we hap to have one. >> nice. that would be good. >> jimmy: the show is very interesting, it's on pbs and netflix too. [ cheers and applause ] it's called "i'll have what phil's having." it's streaming now. phil rosenthal, everybody. be right back with onerepublic! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ days when we'd fight we'd fight til i would give in ♪ ♪ yeah perfect disasters we were reaching reaching for the rafters hey ♪ ♪ and on most of the days we were searching for ways ♪ ♪ to get up and get out of the town that we were raised yeah cause we were done ♪ ♪ i remember we were sleeping in cars we were searching for oz ♪ ♪ we were burning cigars with white plastics tips til we saw the sun and we said crazy things like ♪ ♪ i refuse to look back thinking days were better just because they're younger days ♪ ♪ i don't know what's around the corner
way i feel right now i swear we'll never change ♪ ♪ back when we were kids swore we would never die you and me were kids swear that we'll never die ♪ ♪ lights down and we drive and we're drivin just to get out ♪ ♪ yeah perfect disasters yeah we were swinging swinging from the rafters hey ♪ ♪ hey we were dancing in cars we were looking for ours we were naming the stars ♪ ♪ after people we knew til we had to go and we were saying things like ♪ ♪ i refuse to look back thinking days were better just because
they're younger days ♪ ♪ i don't know what's around the corner way i feel right now i swear we'll never change ♪ ♪ back when we were kids swore we would never die you and me were kids swear that we'll never die ♪ ♪ nights when we kept dancing changing all our plans ♪ ♪ and making every day a holiday feel the years start burning ♪ ♪ city lights they're turning something about this
feels the same ♪ ♪ back when we were kids swore we would never die you and me were kids swear that we'll never die ♪ ♪ i refuse to look back thinking days were better just because they're younger days ♪ ♪ i don't know what's around the corner way i feel right now i swear we'll never change ♪ ♪ back when we were kids >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
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