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time now for tonight's "closing argument." florida pastor terry jones landed in new york city with the hopes of meeting the imam of the planned community center after the pastor's son insisted that their plans to burn korans is off. >> there will be no koran burning tomorrow. i don't know. do we have to repeat that over and over and over again? >> president obama had pointed words for jones at a press conference this morning. >> this is a way of endangering our troops, our sons and daughters. >> so we ask you tonight what's
the best outcome to this whole koran burning controversy? should the imam at the islamic community center meet with jones? give him the time of day or at this point would it be better if the pastor just went home? tell us what you think at the "nightline" facebook page or "nightline" page at abcnews.com and that is our report for this friday as we pass midnight here in new york and enter the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the towers of lights are back downtown and our thoughts are with the fallen and all who love them. good night, america. jessica stroup i'm, dax shepard is here and jessica stroup >> jimmy: dax shepard is here and jessa stroup and we have music from shontelle. this week unnecessary censorship and i have a favorite new
politician. >> i'm the clerk of courts and and star county commissioner in 2000 and i will not apologize for my tone tonight. i have been republican and i'm good and i have been a rep and i'm bad! >> jimmy: his name is phil davidson and there's a lot more where that came from. "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes.
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>> dicky: and now for the time being, here's jimmy kimmel! [ applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, i knew i could do it. i really did. it's friday night which is good because sometimes it isn't and, you know, i was driving to work today -- i drive myself into work. thank you, cleto. and i was thinking -- i was thinking i'm me and everything i see, the way i experience the world comes from that perspective from me and everyone else is them. every other person has -- every person has a totally different point of view. each one of us in our mind is like the center of not just our
world, but the world. from your perspective you're the center of the world. the whole world is like filtered through you and for me i'm the center of the world. and i was -- and it got me thinking it would be nice if i could be the center of your world too. you know? i'd like you to consider always thinking of me first if you could. just think about it and then if you -- if you like it put it into action, you know. think of yourself -- instead of me think of yourself as jim's me, okay? because tonight's show is dedicated to me. thank you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and i'm going to share something with you that i think you're going to like. this could be big. this is a city councilman, phil davison from minerva, ohio and phil would like to be nominated for treasurer of stark county. >> my name is phil davidson.
and i am speaking on a nomination for the position of treasurer on november 10th. november of 2010, excuse me. and it terms of my background, i'm from the village of minerva where i'm serving my 13th year as elected services as a council member. in terms of education i have a bachelor's degree in sociology, a bachelor's degree in history, a masters degree in public administration and a masters degree in communication. >> jimmy: that's -- that goes without saying, i think, the fact that you are a master of communication is -- it is obvious. >> i've represented our party on the county ballot in both the
primary and the general election when i ran for star county clerk of courts and star county commissioner 2000 and i will not apologize for my tone tonight. i have been a republican and i'm good and i have been a republican and i'm bad. >> jimmy: as if he's about to fight stone cold steve austin at the target center in minneapolis or something. it's time to use your inside voice. but i like his energy. here's phil on what he believes needs to be done and keep in mind he's running for treasurer. >> let them americans to the people of starr county and the democratic county. we're business as usual. do you hear me or what? thank you.
>> jimmy: imagine. say what you will about phil. the man knows how to work a crowd. and i think that was his mother in the audience. >> we must win this election. if nominated tonight i will win this election and i'm going to say that again so there's no miscommunication tonight. if nominated tonight, i win. tell your neighbor, tell your friends. i'm calling it. i'm coming. >> jimmy: he's coming. phil's coming and the best -- the best part after all that, he wasn't nominated. he did manage to give himself a stroke though. i hope he runs -- i hope he runs for every office in america at once. i am with you, phil. imagine driving cross country with him. have to hang your head out the
window like a dog. meanwhile, the world is waiting nervously tonight as florida pastor terry jones decides whether or not to burn copies of the koran. he originally planned to burn them tomorrow on september 11th. then yesterday he called it off because he believed he made a deal with an imam which is a muslim leader to stop the plan to build a mosque near ground zero. the imam said that wasn't true. he ra greed to no such thing then pastor jones said he was lied to then the burning was back on. he's like the brett favre of burning books. he's back and forth. but -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: he's headed to morning for some reason. right now the plan is to hold off on burning the koran. actually they're thinking of lightly toasting it with a george foreman guerrilla grill and even though nothing happened -- i hope he's one nut from a church the size of a sunglass hut. he's caused a lot of anger.
violent demonstrations in afghanistan about this. hundreds of -- i saw one report said three protesters were injured and one was killed -- aren't they all on the same side? why is someone being killed? we need to send phil davidson over there because i tell you something -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: drastic times require what -- that's right. that's right. this is kind of interesting. researchers at a university in england used computerized after tars of men dancing to determine which dance most attracts women. all right. seems like it's not that important. says this research could finally lead to a cure for virginity. this is what they determined is bad dancing. ♪
all right. so don't do that and here are what -- some good dance moves as the researchers found that women liked. ♪ >> heldies. >> jimmy: guillermo, what did i tell you about wearing white after labor day? >> oh, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's a no-no. don't ever do that again, all right? >> okay. >> jimmy: lindsay lohan is reportedly in talks to make her post-jail/rehab appearance on "the oprah show." i hope oprah doesn't give her a car. that's just -- things are dangerous enough around here. this is funny. our governor arnold
schwarzenegger made fun of sarah palin last night. he was on his way to asia and posted a picture of himself looking out the window of his plane. here it is here. he wrote over anchorage, alaska, looking everywhere but can't see russia from here. will keep you updated as the search continues. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i think -- i think sometimes he forgets he's not really bulletproof because this is a tough one for sarah palin. not only is schwarzer negativer a fellow republican. when she was a teenager she had a conan the barbarian poster hanging on the washington of her igloo so this really hits home. we have a lot of interesting people that work at the show but especially behind the scenes. one standout for us is a security guard named adalena. she sits in the hallway near my office. her job is to protect me. from what i'm not sure but i've
never felt safer. she is fun to have around, though. so my brother john works here on the show and he came up with a game. it's a fun game. the idea is every time you walk past her, you touch her face for no reason, you just touch her on the face. so we set up a camera and asked everyone who walked by today to touch it and here's how that turned out. [ playing the theme to "the nutcracker" ] ♪ ♪
were you confused when that was going on? no more than usual? adalena, everybody. it's friday night and time for our weekly tribute to the f.c.c. it's this week in "unnecessary censorship." >> the lady said to me i can't believe i get to be here with meharry smith. >> that's how i feel every morning. even when he [ bleep ] my [ bleep ] like he did this morning. >> hi, i'm going to keep [ bleep ] every single day, every single hour, every single minute. >> my dear friend, mr. harry [ bleep ] burger. >> thank you, gary. >> he asked me yesterday when would you like to [ bleep ] the imam on friday or sat. i would like to bleep on saturday. >> last week you said i'm going out of my comfort zone and take a [ bleep ].
it's nice to take a [ bleep ]. you're in a competition. >> you played defensive back. would it be inappropriate to [ bleep ] the first lady. >> the business school is [ bleep ] causing controversy. >> i'm here to [ bleep ] your [ bleep ]. >> don't count on it, batman. >> do you think this is intimidating the other competitors? >> absolutely. >> are you hurting? >> no. >> you're making me hurt. >> jimmy: from "90210," jessica stroup is here. music from shontelle. we'll be right back with dax shepard, so stick around. get any phone free only at verizon
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as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again. >> jimmy: with us tonight from "90210," the new "90210," not the dirty old one with the sideburns jessica stroup is with us. then later on this is her new
album called "no gravity" comes out september 21st. purchased a million times on itunes. shontelle. next week on the show david hasselhoff will be here, dr. phil will be here, nathan fillian and music from brandon flowers, usher, green day and ben affleck will be here too. set your car alarm for that. our first guest from "punk'd," from "without a paddle," from "baby mama" and from "parenthood" he has an excellent new movie called "the freebie." when and if we're able to behave ourselves, please welcome dax shepard. [ applause ]
well, what are you wearing there? >> i feel really comfortable here. >> jimmy: maybe too comfortable. >> maybe. so i take bigger swings here. more weird hats. >> jimmy: i notice that. >> i feel safe. >> jimmy: you do, okay. >> is this too much? >> jimmy: yeah. >> for a guy or everyone? can we get a female's perspective? oh, i guess you don't know. >> jimmy: i think you meant a woman wore that. >> if i co-habit if everything is cute. now it's like do i look cute? yeah. this apparently is pretty cute. >> jimmy: kristen bell your fiancee -- >> my stylist. >> jimmy: said this is a good look? she's clearly trying to keep you away from other women. >> well -- >> jimmy: you know what would be sexy if you let one just kind of
go -- >> i'm open to that. >> jimmy: not that much. >> like i've been work iing it f in the feel and let one fall. >> jimmy: like from "flashdance." >> a little too feminine. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. secondly, i want to just say and at the risk of -- you know, because we are friends but i will say this. you told me about "the freebie." >> and you were suspicious. >> jimmy: i knew you wouldn't encourage me to see it if -- >> true. there's a lot of things i don't tell you. >> jimmy: but it's really, really good. >> it turned out special. maybe the only movie i'll ever be in that i could say is a beautiful movie. >> jimmy: i think you'll be in more beauty as it comes. >> okay. once we do a film based on this jut fit, very touching. >> jimmy: you did a great job -- really. it's like real serious acting.
it's funny too but very serious acting. you should get an award for this movie. >> i honestly think i might win two oscars for this. >> jimmy: two oscars. >> two. >> jimmy: why two? >> not for acting because this is so low budget, this movie i did my own makeup which is a category. >> jimmy: oh. >> and i did my own wardrobe which is also a category. here's how i look at it. >> jimmy: you won't win for that. >> no. listen to me, i want to say this. who do you think would deserve an oscar more, the professional who makes johnny depp look like the mad hatter or me for not making myself look like the mad hatter doing my own makeup? i deserve an oscar. i got kind of good at it and quick and there was a moment when i rapped the movie and next day i was doing stand-up and i thought maybe i should just
knock this red down and put a little light base on then i was like, bad decision, i might end going to your house with concealer on and then you're just elton john. i almost went down a really bad road where i carry a makeup kit around and do my makeup for real life. >> jimmy: the jury is still out on you. >> still doing my own wardrobe. >> jimmy: this summer you had an interesting summer. last summer you went to roam. you and kristen went to roam and that seemed like it was a nice trip. >> this year we tried to declass it so we decided to go to parker, arizona. has anyone ever been there? the guy in the way back, all right. that makes sense for crowd control as you'll find out. i always wanted to go to lake havasu, very young girls getting nude and then i was told -- marker is just one dam down by half view. well, parker is like the overflowing parking for half view, the girls are not young
and there's some light scarring and, you know. they were all wonderful. i had a great time but the thing they do in parker, they all bring their boats to the sand bar and hang out and there's all these radical dudes who live in parker and they paint cool things on the back of their boats. now, we saw -- this is real -- two guys surprisingly by themselves and on the back of their boat, it said, it ain't going to suck itself. [ applause ] but then -- >> jimmy: they were together. >> well, i was like that makes sense. no one is getting in that boat but then to my shock and dismay i saw a boat the next day loaded to the gills with ladies, two 50-year-old dues on the back, bu buster hyman. and the grocer you go the more you lure. next year i'm renting a boat that's called the herpe magnet.
>> jimmy: is she's going back to you with parker? >> i think so. i'm bigger than her, i can overpower her. >> jimmy: your girlfriend is very understanding. that's not the sort of thing that most women would go along with. >> i especially don't think beautiful actress women -- well, she is from michigan as well so she's kind of trashy in her own way. she picked me. how classy could she be? it's not like you heard kristen bell went to parker for vacation, you know, and you know she's dating me. it's not a huge shock. i get you halfway there. >> jimmy: now, did anyone -- "parenthood" is a show that's kind of serious. well, it's funny too but it's kind of -- do the people in parker mention that show to you? >> i don't know that they're fans of "parenthood," but, you know, we've been shooting "parenthood" all week. we've been filming halloween episode because we're in costume and kids are extras in costume
and one kid was dressed as afro ninja, wearing a ninja outfit and had an afro so he said to me, hey, you're in movies, huh? i go, yep. he goes, you were in "marley and me." i said, oh, my god, this guy thinks i'm jennifer aniston. i was so flattered then, no, he thinks i'm owen wilson, why not go with it so i go, oh, yeah, did you like "marley & me"? [ applause ] >> he goes, yeah. i go, yeah. pretty good movie. you know, i think i did a pretty good job of it. well, before i fall asleep and have good dreams, wake up feeling good about myself. then he goes, oh. i go, hey, so who is your favorite actor? and he goes, will farrell. i was like that's a good pick. i like this young guy named dax
shepard. i go what do you think of him? he goes, i don't know who that is. i go, yeah, he's real handsome and young and good looking. he was in "employee of the month" and "baby mama." he goes, yeah, yeah, i know. yep, i don't like him. and so i go, hmm, ever think maybe you have terrible taste? that was it and i felt bad for owen wilson because he wouldn't talk that way to a kid. but now this kid will tell everyone he did. >> jimmy: this movie -- i should warn people because -- it seems like romantic comedy and kind of in some ways is a romantic comedy, but it's also -- >> it's a couple that has not had sex in kite a while. my advice to my friends is have sex with your wife before you go to this movie. you won't be having sex after probably. if you want to go and have sex so that when you're seeing how long it's been for them you're not going, gees, louise, how
long has it been for us? >> jimmy: it makes you think of things like that. i don't want to say too much. i think you could potentially spoil it. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: set up a clip we'll see. >> my wife and i have decided that we're going to have a one-night stand and see what that does to our marriage. >> jimmy: with other people. >> presumably with other folks. and i think we're discussing how good we're going to be at trying to go out and land somebody in one night. >> jimmy: the movie is called "the freebie." take a look. >> were you like -- >> i have no idea. i don't have a plan. >> you have the luxury of not having the plan because you're odds of success are about 100%. >> i have no game anymore. i barely had game when i meet you. >> sweetie, you have major game. you could be in a coma and you got more game than i do. >> what if my old lines don't work. >> what lines?
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>> jimmy: we're back with dax shepard. our next guest lived out every budding actress' dream when she moved to hollywood at 18 and was cast in a commercial for velveeta processed cheese. you can see her on "90210." its third season premiere is on monday night. please say hello to jessica stroup. [ applause ]
hi, jessica. what do you think of dax's ensemble? >> you know what, we were actually talking about it backstage. we think it looks better when you're standing. it looks cute. >> thank you for the tip. >> jimmy: and it's unhooked -- >> that's good. >> i just met you. >> it couldn't get any worse than what he did to me. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm doing good. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> thank you, man. >> your last name is stroup but it's s-t-r-o-u-p. i was red-faced when i found out it wasn't. where are you from. >> south carolina. south carolina crimson. wooo! football. i like it. >> jimmy: i don't think anyone is from clemson. >> it's a football team. >> jimmy: it's a school first, isn't it? >> that's true. >> jimmy: then they have a
football team attached to it. and you moved out to hollywood when you were 17 years old. >> yes. >> jimmy: were your parents about that? >> they were terrified for me. my senior year my curfew was 10:00. when i graduated high school i literally went to florida with my best friends for a week and flew out the next day straight to california. they were really strict, my parents at least. >> jimmy: they couldn't have been that strict. my kids grew up in hollywood and i wouldn't let them there. >> i moved straight into the oakwood. >> jimmy: worse than parker, as as. >> la brea too. it's like a cesspool of just everybody who wants to act in this entire industry but ends up -- everyone is 30 and on a soap opera. >> like a youth hostel in amsterdam. >> jimmy: except the people are not young. well, some are young but then -- it's temporary housing. furnished apartments. >> it is, exactly and i was in
one that was right beside the jacuzzi. >> ooh, you lucky dog. >> it was disgusting. i could not walk in my room without being bombarded with crazy wanna-be actors. we're practicing lines or partying. >> jimmy: hitting on you? >> i actually did have a stalker. i was 17, you guys, he was like 37. he used to leave daisies on my windshields. >> jimmy: i was actually 36. what de do? he would leave daisies on your windshields. >> leave notes and daisies on my windshields but it's like how cheap can you get? pick it up -- you want that? >> that's great. >> jimmy: all based on your point of view. creepy when some guy is older and you're not interested in them but if it was some guy you liked it would be, oh, sweet. >> romantic. >> jimmy: instead it's disgusting and a reason to call the police. >> i was 17. >> jimmy: well, yeah, but, you
know, you were living on your own. >> you were on your own. you were sending signals that said i'm not a miner. >> jimmy: you were living jacuzzi side. did you live by yourself? >> you know, i did live by myself until about a month in. i met a girl who became my only roommate. i met her at a speedo casting and had a southern accent. i know, this is hollywood, guys. she had a southern accent. we went to some mall. she moved into my one bedroom and we shared a bed for six months. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah then we moved into a two-bedroom. >> and there was a dude that was obsessed with you that was older? and he was nice in the hot tub? not weird at all. >> jimmy: so you guys don't live together anymore. >> no, she ended up going to berkeley and graduated. she got smart. i stayed. >> jimmy: you must be too young to really have watched the original "90210," right? >> i watched a little. >> jimmy: were you alive when it was on?
>> i was alive. i was near baby but, no, i -- i watched -- it was my parents were too strict to let me watch it so i'd sneak out and go to my friend's house and watch it if it was ever on. it was a little too controversial for my family. >> jimmy: i could see that. especially when you were like 4 when it was on. >> i think i was actually 4. >> jimmy: were you really 4 years old. now you're on the new version. occasion fally the older -- the stars from the previous series will come back. >> they do. >> jimmy: then is it sad when that happens or -- >> no. i think it's great. they're wonderful. they he don't really -- they're the same. they haven't really come back this year. they came back the first and second year. but they're not back this year. it was lovely when they were back. >> jimmy: it was. who was your favorite of them? >> well, good gosh. all of them. no, i love shannen doherty. pretty awesome. she was just so blunt and real and i just -- i really --
>> jimmy: i've heard that. >> pretty cool. but jenny garth was amazing too and played my half sister. >> jimmy: how does that work exactly. >> if you watch the original show, her mother played by the wonderful ann gillespie who died last year sadly on the show. >> jimmy: she died on the show. >> she die on the show. >> jimmy: is she actually dead. >> on the show she's dead. >> jimmy: her character is dead. >> she's gone. they killed her. >> jimmy: is there a person named ann gillespie still living. >> there is a woman named ann gillespie. >> jimmy: thank goodness. >> sorry i was not clear on that one. >> hold on, hold on this. is just coming in. yes, we lost her. yeah -- >> no. you know what -- >> sorry about ha. >> she actually left "90210" and became an ordained minister in west virginia. >> jimmy: so she might as well be dead. >> no, but she got pregnant on the show and that child then became actually erin and that's
who i am. >> do you have any plans -- >> jimmy: well, very nice to meet you. i'm glad you're finally out of that hell hole of the oakwood apartments. i guess it all worked out although i wouldn't recommend to parents sending their daughters to hollywood. >> i never -- >> jimmy: to be accosted to men in suspenders. >> your old home overlooked those apartments and the jacuzzi, right. >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't do anything weird. don't worry. "90210," the show's season premiere. jessica stroup, everybody. be right back with shontelle. [ applause ] well, it can show you the thmost fuel-efficient route to where you're going.
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