tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC December 6, 2016 11:35pm-12:33am EST
part by... icky: from hollywood, "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- ryan seacrest. from "why him", zoey duetch. and music from james vincent mcmorrow. and now, back at it -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks very much. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming.
thank you. hey, are any of you finished with your holiday shopping yet? are you done? [ cheers and applause ] that many people? it's very sick people, you should be institutionalized, you're done already? if you're not finished and looking for an unusual idea, something special, this is a real item at nordstrom right now. this is what they call a medium leather wrapped stone. [ laughter ] it's a rock. for $85. it's an 85-dollar rock. which is reasonable if you have no idea what money is worth. but not only that, there's a small size leather-wrapped stone for $65. which if you're a loser who can't afford the medium, you might want to pick up. there's no large. no size large. the medium, there shouldn't be a medium, there is no medium. there's nothing between. let's look at that again. it looks like a baked potato in leather pants. [ laughter ] if you buy this, just go ahead and hit yourself in the head
with it. how does something like this -- i can see it being for sale on inn a souvenir shop. how does it wind up for sale at nordstrom's? somebody on the design team at nordstrom's got high and watched "raiders of the lost ark." i'd love to know what kind of. >> earn would buy this. for $85, if i buy a rock in a leather pound for $85, it had better look like this. [ cheers and applause ] you hear that santa? that's a picture could get you beat up, right? here's some good news. according to the center for disease control, the cdc, the number of americans smoking cigarettes is at a record low. of course the study was done before the election. so i have a feeling it might go back up. there are now fewer than 40 million smokers in the united states. and while smoking is down, so too are pharmaceutically induced
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but he's got a whole bunch of followers. he says he can make women's breasts and butts bigger just by touching and blessing them. i think we just found a new trump nominee for surgeon general. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] guillermo, do you have your christmas tree up yet? >> guillermo: no, i haven't buy it yet. >> jimmy: you haven't bought it? when are you going to get it? >> guillermo: this weekend. >> jimmy: will you strap to it the roof of your car? >> guillermo: yeah, of course. >> jimmy: that's how you do it. do you get a fresh tree? artificial tree? >> guillermo: fresh tree. >> jimmy: okay, very good. in new york city this year some christmas trees, regular christmas trees, are going for as much as $1,000 appeals. apiece. for that kind of money you can get 11 rocks in a leather pouch. [ laughter ] i guess they're expensive because the drought here on the west coast, they come from the northwest united states, there are fewer trees to go around. so demand is high and the price is very high. they're saying now it might be
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which one of you is the imposter in the family? okay, good. they've been trained. all right. my job is to figure out which one of you does not belong. one of you just met the others. i'm going to start by looking closely at your faces. let's start with david. okay. david has a beautiful earring there. let me see the other side. all right. okay. i think we have a clue right there. [ laughter ] let' ls presumably daughter who doesn't look much and keep going. no reason -- okay. you don't look l and keep going. and waye h none of you look like you're related at all alike, mom and d going to
a member of this family. not m >> jimmy: you woar okay. all right. wh i don't actually heve mom ha >> what is your nickname? >> jimmy: ariana, anna. >> jimmy: that's a hell of nick? na is.: what's the nickname? okay,ll david is a part of the family. all right. ariana is not a member of the family? >> yeah, i am. >> yes.
hool, sit down at the table, wa what do you say? >> good. >>. maybe a little bit more doing . all rian, what's your stgroryuated. >> jimmy: you graduated, huh? you're in safeway. clerk. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah [ laughter ]o say nathan is nota member of the fami you are not s >> sal: 0 for 4.. >> sal: i really hop they should get prizes.ody. let's bring in anothjesse. ashl
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fortunately there was a fan in the stadium to shoot this for us. this is what happened when two guys ran out on the field in the third quarter. >> we've got a couple of idiots running out on the field right now. taking their shirts off, running all over the place. the last person i would want to run into is a new jersey state trooper! >> did you see that tackle? >> just like that! oh, the other guy's knocked down! >> they're actually hitting harder than the jets defense! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: grab those security guards immediately! by the way, last night on the show, i announced my wife and i are having a baby. [ cheers and applause ] actually, we're not sure if she's pregnant or i am, we want it to be a surprise. we have a toddler in our home, running our home, her name is jane. jane is almost 2 1/2 years old. and already, i'm very proud, she's doing imitations. this is jane's imitation of my wife molly suffering from
morning sickness. [ laughter ] she said, look, i'm mama, and stuck her head in the potty. started making a vomiting noise. so that's what's going on at my house in case you were wondering. [ cheers and applause ] back out to hollywood boulevard to look at other people's families. cousin sal has another group. okay, all right, this is a good-looking group we have here. let's start with tom, how are you? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: where are you from? >> melbourne, australia. >> jimmy: jo, where are you from? >> melbourne, australia, as well. >> jimmy: lock lan, is that your name? >> yes, it sglls you're also from australia? >> yes, melbourne, australia. >> jimmy: and james? >> certainly am. >> jimmy: okay, wow. okay. so now this is -- this is almost unfair. you've assembled four australians, or what appear to be australians. okay. so it's -- jo and -- jo and james, how long have you been married? >> 20 years. >> jimmy: 20 years, wow. where did you get married? >> got married in melbourne.
>> jimmy: in melbourne, where specifically? >> in brighton. >> jimmy: in brighton, in a catering hall or what? >> no, in a garden. >> jimmy: in a garden. did james cry at the wedding? >> no. >> jimmy: he did not. >> should have. >> jimmy: australian men do not cry at their weddings, is that correct, james? >> only when you get punched. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. lochlan, how old are you? >> i'm 17. >> jimmy: you're what? >> 17. >> jimmy: 17, great, all right. what are you doing right now? are you still in school? >> no, i just graduated. >> jimmy: is this your graduation trip? >> yeah, a bit of a graduation gift this is. >> jimmy: from your parents, right? >> yes, gift from my parents. >> jimmy: and your brother tom came along on this trip? >> yeah, lucky to tag along. >> jimmy: well that gives me a clue right there, lucky to tag along. tom, you and your brother -- how old are you, tom? >> i'm 16. >> jimmy: you're younger than your brother? >> yeah, one year. >> jimmy: okay, okay. you look like you're lying, to me, a little bit. [ laughter ] right?
am i wrong or is tom a little bit shifty? tom, i am going to guess that you are not a member of this family. >> you would be incorrect. >> jimmy: oh! you are a member of the family. all right. then i'm going to guess that -- let me see the faces again real quick. i do not want to get this wrong. let's get close in there. okay. there's mom. go back to mom. oh, yeah, okay. i think there's some resemblance there. go to dad. yeah. in a way i feel like dad and tom are related and -- i'm going to say james, you are not a member of this family. >> i scertainly am a member. >> jimmy: lochlan, you are not a member of this family. >> no, i'm not a member of this family. >> jimmy: correct me if i'm wrong, you an orphan wandering the streets of hollywood looking
for a family? >> correct, yes. >> jimmy: correct, very good. you are from australia? you're not faking the accent? >> yes, i'm from australia. >> jimmy: not from the same part? >> no, from brisbane. >> jimmy: oh, all right. see, we can't even tell the difference. i bet back in australia they're screaming you're an idiot crikey and all that kind of stuff at me. sal what do we have for them? >> i don't know if they have ramen soup in australia but it's all yours. >> jimmy: ramen for lochlan. [ cheers and applause ] wow. let's grab one more family and bring them out. >> sal: you can do this jimmy. >> jimmy: evaluate them if we can. sal, please tell us -- do we have them? okay, yes, we have another -- okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi! >> jimmy: hi. well, this is -- this is going to be a tough one. >> sal: it's got to be alisa,
right? >> jimmy: where are you guys from? >> washington, d.c. i ask? >> the corcoran family. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> this is little antonio. 6 months. christine and i had him six months ago. >> jimmy: i'm going to guess, alisa, are you a member of this family? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: okay, christine, are you a member of this family? >> i am. >> jimmy: guillermo, are you a member of this family? >> i am. >> jimmy: little girl covering her nametag, are you a member of this family? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: you've handed your baby to a stranger. [ laughter ] all right, ryan, get in here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have great music tonight on the show. james vincent mac morrow, zoey deutch is here, and be right back with ryan seacrest!
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>> jimmy: hi, welcome back to the show. tonight from the new movie "why him?" with james franco and bryan cranston, zoey deutch is here. then, all the way from dublin, his latest album is called "we move", james vincent mcmorrow from the lobby stage. tomorrow, ryan gosling will be here. t.j. miller will join us, and we'll have music from pentatonix. thursday night, jennifer aniston, tom ford, and frenship will be here. and on friday, we have a new show with the cast of "rogue one," the new "star wars" movie, and music from a tribe called quest. so please join us for all of that. our first guest is a tireless broadcaster, producer and fashion mogul. with his own line of ties which means he could be our president one day. he is host of "dick clark's new year's rockin' eve with ryan seacrest" which you can see here on abc. please welcome ryan seacrest.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i didn't know kid s loved you so much. >> he saw you and all hell broke loose. his mom was back there till the last second. the intro took so long. >> think the music was loud and i'm sure it wasn't you. i don't want this to get in the way -- >> of having kids someday? >> jimmy: don't get a vasectomy after the show because of this. >> thank you, good looking out. hey, before we start. >> jimmy: yes? >> congratulations to you, i saw you're going to host the oscars. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is true, thank you.
>> you've killed it at the emmys. the emmys seemed easy for you. >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. >> are the oscars in your mind a little more difficult? >> jimmy: terrifying, yeah, yeah. terrifying. >> why did you decide to do it? >> jimmy: they ask, what are you supposed to say, no? i wanted to say no, don't get me wrong. no is the first thought that came to my mind. it's a lot of work. >> that's the thing. i've never done it before and they would never want me. >> jimmy: you've never had sex? [ laughter ] oh, sorry. >> the oscars. but i would imagine you've got to prepare for weeks ahead of time. >> jimmy: you do? oh, crap. [ laughter ] i figured i'd get a good start on friday afternoon. after lunch. >> take thursday off and prepare for the oscars. >> jimmy: you're no stranger to work. how many of your many jobs did you do today? start at the beginningful the day. >> today was a radio show. >> jimmy: you start at 5:30 a.m.?
>> we're there at 6:00, on the air 6:00 a.m., so 5:49 for 11 minutes of preparation. did the radio show. we produced another show. we sold another show for our production company. >> jimmy: you sold a show. >> we shoulder a show. >> jimmy: do you care when you leave an office after you've sold a show, is it like whatever? >> there's excitement, yes, absolutely. >> jimmy: is it another kardashian show? >> a totally different show, a music show. then i came over here and hung out. >> jimmy: a light day. that is a light day for visine . when you get up early to do a radio show. >> jimmy: you can't live your life at all, in any way. >> you never get used to it. >> jimmy: what time do you go to bed at night? >> 9:00 but i usually fall asleep second act of the local news. if i'm up for the third act there's a problem. >> jimmy: i worry about you, i'll be honest. >> i know, you send me nice little cuddly notes. are you okay? do you need a little break?
>> feel you're working too much. i feel you must hear that from your fans. >> i have one less job, there's no "idol." >> jimmy: that's true. >> i'm looking for something else. >> jimmy: are you really looking for a job? >> i am. >> jimmy: that's ridiculous. [ laughter ] >> it's true, i want to do something else. >> jimmy: really, let's go through it. >> let get the list. >> jimmy: what are your qualifications? we know you can host things. is there anything else you can do? >> i can't act, i can't play an instrument, i can't sing, i can't dance, i can only host. >> jimmy: what about manual labor? >> yes, i bagged groceries and the sold christmas trees as a kid. >> jimmy: you, did perfect, pick up a christmas tree selling job. >> 'tis the season. >> jimmy: you'd be the top christmas tree salesman in the whole area. >> i couldn't reach the roof to tie it. >> jimmy: i want to ask about "american idol." true or false, you will never speak to any of those people who worked on that show again? >> there are a few, possibly. but most of them, yes. most of them, absolutely. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah, why i would have an issue? >> jimmy: i'm not saying you have an issue, just seems like
one of those things once it's done, it's done. >> no, randy jackson and i text all the time. >> jimmy: randy's been off show a long time. >> for years, that's true. >> jimmy: anybody -- nobody else, though, huh? >> mariah was on the show. i'm going to see mariah. >> jimmy: right, you are. >> new year's eve. >> jimmy: she is performing on "new year's's rocking eve." >> "new year's rocking eve with ryan seacrest." >> jimmy: no disrespect to dick but it's time to shorten that name a little bit. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i was watching one of the abc stations when i was traveling the other day, a local station. abc station. they can't get the title out. >> jimmy: it's a long title. >> i stumble over it myself. >> jimmy: shorten it to "dick's rocking new year's eve." >> i can submit that. "dick's rocking eve with ryan. >> jimmy: make a deal wilt the sporting goods store. >> we'll be out there right before the ball drops, mariah will be at times square. >> jimmy: i wanted to talk to you about that. i've had mariah carey on our
show a number of times. she will not be there just before the ball drops. >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: she will miss the countdown. [ laughter ] she will be at least an hour late. >> no. >> jimmy: you will be rocking into new year's morning is where you'll be rocking into. >> was she late for you? >> jimmy: yes, she was very late, we barely got on the air. >> i'm glad to see you got over it, jimmy. >> jimmy: she needs to be there, to countdown to midnight. >> do i tell her to come at 7:30? >> jimmy: come the day before, never mind 7:30. [ laughter ] >> i worked with her for a year, she was there for live shows. >> jimmy: always there? >> every time we started a live "idol," she was there. last second, but there. >> jimmy: at what percentage are you worried? >> now that you said this, a large percentage. because it is one of those things where you can't just say, we'll be back after the break and do the ball. the ball is going to go down no matter what. we need to get her performance in just before. >> jimmy: the ball waits for no woman. >> the ball waits for no one, no. >> jimmy: otherwise in general you're epjogging your life?
>> yeah, it's -- i did that radio schorr rewe have this segment where we do stupid, fun, dumb things that we talk about that people talk about later at the office. >> jimmy: on your radio show, you do a thing where you give like little facts kind of. simple things. but i love them. because i do think about them a lot. >> you ever wonder what your breath actually smells like? >> jimmy: constantly. >> constantly, right? it's important to have good breath. lick your wrist right now. >> jimmy: let me lick yours. [ audience moaning ] >> it's warm and wet. >> jimmy: it is. >> are you nervous? >> jimmy: no, i just have warm on the inside. >> you're excited, okay. now we wait 10 seconds. now smell it. >> you smell and it tell me how my breath is. [ laughter ] >> let's do another one. it's not great. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you mean? let me smell it. >> a little dry.
>> jimmy: you're wearing -- >> this is another one. >> jimmy: as if you can slide past that one. >> you buy bread, the twisty has a color to it? the color tells you what day it was delivered to the store. >> jimmy: on all bread? >> on all breads. the color tells you. there's no bread delivery on wednesday or sunday. >> jimmy: ever? >> ever. that's baker delivery day off. >> jimmy: i have to say, that is a very useful -- >> let me lick your other arm. no, i've had enough of you. you taste good, though, i will say that. if you want to see the best-tasting host on all of new year's eve, it is none other than ryan seacrest. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: new year's rocking eve with ryan seacrest," 2017, live december 31st at 8:00, thank you, ryan, be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from james vincent mcmorrow. our next guest is a talented young actress who finds herself sandwiched between bryan cranston and james franco, in the new comedy "why him?" it opens in theaters december 23rd. please say hello to zoey deutch! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm well. >> jimmy: i heard you met ryan seacrest and freaked out backstage. >> i turned away and said, love you! i did not make eye contact. >> jimmy: what is going on with you and ryan seacrest? >> i have a weird relationship
with ryan seacrest. >> jimmy: does he know you have a very weird relationship with him? >> no, that's the weirdest part. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is a weird part. >> i spent a large chunk of my very neurotic childhood worrying about ryan seacrest. i was stressed out about his schedule. >> jimmy: that's what i worry about too. i worry about his schedule i worry about your schedule as well. >> jimmy: you should worry about everyone. >> i would wake up to his voice on kiss-fm, go to bed watching "american idol," doing the math, when does he sleep? or pee or eat his favorite snacks? >> jimmy: he doesn't pee, he told us earlier. >> ever? >> jimmy: no, i don't think he eats snacks either. i don't know what's going on with him. in a way it was like you were married to him, waking up with and going to sleep with him. >> literally couldn't go anywhere without hearing, seeing, smelling seacrest. >> jimmy: i'm surprised you're starstruck because you have famous parents. your dad howard deutsche
directed "pretty in pink." [ cheers and applause ] a classic movie from my youth. your mom was in a million great movies. >> not a million. >> jimmy: leah thompson's your mom. "back to the future," "all the right moves." so many great -- you grew up i imagine aroufamous people all t time. >> i had a little bit of a different childhood than people think i did. i grew up in on a farm. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really, where? >> in the valley. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the san fernando valley? >> just an l.a. farm girl. [ laughter ] super relatable, i know. >> jimmy: you guys have an actual farm in the valley? like what kind of a farm? are you growing things? or is it an l.a. farm? >> growing neurotic children. >> jimmy: i see. >> no, i think the weirdest, most eccentric animal is our parrot rosie. she's an african gray parrot. i don't know if you've done a lot of research on that breed. >> jimmy: no. >> no?
not an african gray scholar? they're highly intelligent bird sdwlts are they really? >> they talk a lot, literally spook a lot. our bird has actually focused all of her intelligence on mocking me and my laugh. so i walk into a room and she's like, ha ha ha ha! i'm like, dude, i don't sound like that, do i? my family's like, yes, you do. >> jimmy: you laugh so much the bird picked up that laugh and started repeating it? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: i don't know if i'd feed that bird. [ laughter ] i would put that bird outside. >> well, we do feed the bird. she's addicted to coffee, actually. another little fun fact about her. >> jimmy: why does the parrot get coffee? >> if we didn't, it would attack us. in the morning she has to have a cup of regular coffee, no sugar, extra hazelnut. has to be from costco. if it's trader joe's she's like, i know what you guys are trying. >> jimmy: for real? >> three cashews on the side and it has to be a tea cup. she's like, you humans stick to your weird mugs, i want a fancy
tea cup. >> jimmy: who in your house started feeding coffee to the parrot? i'm guessing she didn't fly to starbucks. >> probably the problem child, me. >> jimmy: oh, really, you're the one that started feeding the parrot coffee? no wonder it's mocking you. it's jacked up on caffeine. so you're in this movie with bryan cranston and james franco, two great actors. >> up and coming actors. >> jimmy: they are great actors. they're both great guys. bryan cranston's a regular guy. james franco is an unusual character. >> yes. >> jimmy: you play his love interest in this film? >> i play a girl. that's a great pitch by the way. >> jimmy: probably a good choice. >> i play a girl! comes out december 23rd. so i play a girl who invites her family to come meet her boyfriend over the holidays for the first time. insanity ensues. >> he's not the apple of their eye? >> he has zero filter. very eccentric. >> jimmy: you're talking about the real james or the character he's playing?
[ laughter ] >> you decide. >> jimmy: well, it's very nice to meet you. say hello to the parents. [ cheers and applause ] "why him?" opens december 23rd. be right back with james vin tent mcmorrow! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series, is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to "sportsmatter.org" to help save youth sports. hey team, i know we're tight on time, but i really need a... ...sick day tomorrow. moms don't take sick days. moms take nyquil severe: the... ...nighttime sniffling,sneezing, coughing, aching, fever best... ...sleep with a cold, medicine.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to sportsmatter.org to help save youth sports. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank ryan seacrest, zoey deutch and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, his album is called "we move." here with the song "get low" james vincent mcmorrow! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ heard you're getting married everybody says
greatest man alive ♪ ♪ i've been told got yourself a dime finally getting paid buying people silence ♪ ♪ they're afraid concentrate on violence it works it can get you so far ♪ ♪ end up feeling worse it's cold and you're left with no one i love the way your heart ♪ ♪ had no rule loving what your heart becomes ♪ ♪ even when your smile is so cruel loving what your heart becomes ♪ ♪ remember when my hands had turned blue loving what your heart becomes ♪ ♪ i love the way you hang with no fool loving what your heart becomes ♪
♪ what your heart becomes what your heart becomes how we get lied out there in la ♪ ♪ try to be the man you need every day ♪ thought about a novel didn't like the way ♪ ♪ it's hard to stay inspired and stay awake and struggling in darkness it works ♪ ♪ it can get you so far we're digging in the dirt it gets old ♪ ♪ then you're left with no one i love the way your heart had no rule ♪ ♪ loving what your heart becomes and even when your smile is still cruel ♪
♪ loving what your heart becomes remember when my hands had turned blue ♪ ♪ loving what your heart becomes i love the way you hang with no fool ♪ ♪ loving what your heart becomes what your heart becomes what your heart becomes ♪ ♪ gather in a circle dropping to your knees praying for forgiveness from begging please ♪ ♪ clapping like we mean it and nothing's ever changed everything about it oh it stays the same ♪ ♪ i love the way your heart had no rule loving what your heart becomes ♪ ♪ even when your smile
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