tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC December 21, 2010 12:05am-1:05am PST
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and music from goo goo dolls. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" >> dicky: and now, do you see what i see, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you, cleto. thank you for watching. thank you for clearing. i tell you what, you wouldn't know it from being here. but it is freezing in much of the country. the big snowstorm that covered the midwest over the past couple of days is now moving south. it's dipped into the 20s in parts of florida. new york and pennsylvania are
still expecting two feet of snow. i don't note how she did it, but the whole country has suddenly turned into "sarah palin's alaska." a cold miser or something. but here in l.a., it -- well, it got down to the 60s this morning. which doesn't sound cold but i got the worst brain freeze from a slurpee that i bought last night at midnight. so i can empathize. you know what i like to do when it's chilly out? >> cleto: what's that? >> jimmy: chilllax. the bad weather has led to a large number of flight delays. there are airports closed because of the cold. tsa workers have been forced to grope each other to stay in shape. this morning, "good day new york" had a reporter named antoine lewis on the street where the cold was happening, i guess. i don't know why local news channels do this kind of thing, but in this case, i'm very glad they did. >> we ran into a guy named daryl who was walking three of his alaskan huskies that were very, very friendly.
so as you might imagine, this is kind of exciting for them, and here's what daryl had to say about it. >> when you see when they hit the cold they get real tensed up. their muscles really start firing, generating heat and they want to pull, pull, pull, and that's -- basically i'm their sled. [ laughs ] >> he was their sled. that was great. >> jimmy: it was? i don't know, maybe laughing at nothing keeps him warm or something but -- hey, we have a fun thing tonight. we're going to play a game using skype. now, for any of you older folks who aren't familiar with skype, there's a camera hidden in your computer that lets the government see you in your underpants. and skype is a service that utilizes that camera to let you video chat with friends for free. we did this once before and it was a lot of fun. we're going to do it again. let's meet the contestants now. we'll start with ladies first,
from denton, texas, she's a full-time nursing student and mother of four, violet calwell. hello, violet. how are you? thank you for joining us. and where are the four kids right now? >> my youngest is in oklahoma with his grandma and the other three are in bed. >> jimmy: very good. and from kansas city, your opponent tonight, he's the front desk manager at a hotel in kansas city, antoine tuft. hello. >> how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. i bet you see a lot of weird things at the front desk of a hotel, don't you? >> i do, i do, yes. >> jimmy: anything you can share with us? >> hmm, let's see -- not -- no. >> jimmy: did someone in the room say no? >> possibly. >> jimmy: possibly. his conscience is living with him. all right, are you ready for the game? you can't get help in this game from anyone. it's simple. this is a scavenger hunt. you don't have to leave the
i'm going to name an item. your job is to find that item in your house and be the first one to bring it back to the camera and show us. are either of you hoarders? >> not that i'm willing to admit. >> jimmy: that could be helpful. are you ready to play? >> let's do it. >> jimmy: all right. the first item, $100 to whomever comes back first with hair from a hair brush. hair from a hair brush. look at antoine. [ laughter ] headed right for the shower drain. and there they go. presumably to the bathroom. hopefully to the bathroom. i don't know. maybe the kitchen. maybe -- antoine -- is that -- [ applause ] whose hair is that, antoine? >> ah, this looks like my mother's hair. >> jimmy: oh, well -- well, isn't that a sad statement. [ laughter ]
you live together, or your mother just comes over to brush her hair? >> she just comes over to brush her hair. >> jimmy: well, that's better. all right. now, okay, let's do another one. $200 for an expired item from your refrigerator. okay. there they go. now, this one, whoever has the closer refrigerator is probably going to have the edge here. i don't know where the kitchen is in relation to the rest of the house. >> jimmy: oh, antoine again -- you have to prove it. show us the date on that. and what is that? >> it's silk pure almond milk. >> jimmy: that's good for the hair they say. >> yes. 11/25. >> jimmy: 11/25. that's a good -- that's three weeks old. all right, for an extra $300, drink it! oh, antoine. really? i think you -- good?
[ applause ] >> delicious. >> jimmy: all right. all right, one more. $500 -- what happened? you weren't able to find anything expired your fridge there? >> i don't -- i don't have anything expired, no. >> jimmy: you know what, i think that's probably good. in fact, you're 2 for 2 as far as i'm concerned, with the -- all right, $500 now, you have to -- what you have to do is, get the underwear you are currently wearing onto your head. and begin. antoine did the smart thing. by the way, whoever is in the room with antoine right now is getting quite an eyeful. i don't know if that's his mom or what's going on. but oh, here we go. oh, oh, oh, oh! all right. violet --
[ applause ] violet, you know what, we're going to take your word for it that you didn't cheat and that indeed -- did that underwear come off your body or your drawer? >> it came off my body. it even matches. >> jimmy: we'll take your word for it. thank you both. what -- what is on your head antoine? >> holiday boxers. >> jimmy: are you wearing those? >> i was, yes. >> jimmy: wow. if you wear those now, what do reindeer pelt? thanks to both of you, and congratulations. america now knows that neither of you is wearing underwear. thank you, violet and antoine. that was fun. you know, modern technology really is great. this skype. five years ago, you wanted to go on a scavenger hunt, you had to join a sorority. gary busey has announced he wants to donate his brain to science.
science said "no thank you." "we don't need it." apparently he wants to get rid of his brain to make more room in his head for his teeth or something. what a great idea for a frankenstein movie that would be, huh? igor accidentally comes back with gary busey's brain. and underwear on his head. this is pretty funny -- duncan hines, the company that makes cake mix and other good stuff like that, has pulled an ad for frosting off the air because some people complained it was racist. now, i disagree. it's -- it's ridiculous to say cupcakes could be racist but either way, it's not running anymore. but watch this yourself and see what you think. [ beeping ] ♪
♪ ♪ squeeze that [ bleep ] ♪ i'm a cup cake [ bleep ] ♪ dunan hines in the house ♪ squeeze that [ bleep ] ♪ oh [ bleep ] >> jimmy: well, i don't know. maybe it is. [ cheers and applause ] yesterday in washington, d.c., president obama signed the healthy hunger free kids act. this idea is to fight childhood obesity by making school lunches healthier, which -- i don't know, i'm going to miss the fat kids. i really am. fewer fat kids could seriously cut into our future supply of fat adults. and childhood obesity is first lady michelle obama's number one concern.
she even said child obesity is a national security concern, because 1 in 4 young people, apparently, are too overweight to join the military, which -- remember, mom, if you don't want your kid getting shot at by the taliban, feed him twinkies. [ laughter ] couldn't we just have a separate fat army to fight in countries where they don't have hills? you know? [ laughter ] anyway, the president signed the bill at a local school surrounded by kids and teachers. and traditionally, when the president signs a bill, he uses several pens to give away as souvenirs but unfortunately, some of the pens were damaged during the ceremony itself. and don't worry, they're very high in fiber, so -- [ laughter ] come to hollywood, be an actor, you'll get all sorts of parts. one more item. the end of the year is almost here and on thursday night we're going to name our clip of the year. we show a lot of clips on this show. we introduced the first three nominees last night. tonight, we have three more nominees for clip of the year,
and they are -- ♪ soccer celebration. [ applause ] fresh prince e-mail prank. >> this is a long one. it says, i'm a nearly born again christian. i would like to share my story with you. i was born in west philadelphia, and also raised there. i spent most of my days playing basketball on the playground, but also chilling out and relaxing. but then one day, a couple of guys who were up to no good started making trouble in my living area.
i ended up getting into a fight, which terrified my mother. as a result, she sent me away from west philadelphia to the most peaceful area of bel air. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and double rainbow all the way. >> double rainbow, oh, my god. it's a double rainbow, all the way. whoa! oh my god, oh my god! oh my god! woooo! oh my -- oh, wow! wooooo! oh my god! it's full-on double rainbow all the way across the sky! oh, my god! too much! tell me what it means! what does this mean!? [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's going to be hard to beat, it really is. on thursday night, only one lucky clip, clip of the year. we have a good show tonight,
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>> jimmy: welcome back to oprah's australian vacation. with us tonight, an actress, whom you can see wearing black the new movie "tron: legacy." olivia wilde is here. then later on, this is their ninth album, it is called "something for the rest of us." goo goo dolls from the bud light outdoor stage.
[ applause ] tomorrow night on the show, mark wahlberg will be here, beau garrett and music from the temper trap. and then on thursday, jeff bridges and sean "diddy" combs and music from diddy dirty money, so join us then. if you saw the movie "seven," you know that, even at the holidays, you should not open any box given to you by our next guest. he is a two-time oscar winner whom you know from many excellent films. his latest, for which he was just nominated for a golden globe, is called "casino jack." it opens in new york and los angeles friday. please say hello to kevin spacey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, it's very good to have you here. >> thank you very much. i'm very glad to be here. i've been backstage watching the highlights reel, you play on a
loop backstage, and i hadn't seen -- i live in london. >> jimmy: right. >> so i hadn't seen a lot of the stuff and the show is working out really well. >> jimmy: thank you. keep in mind, along with highlights -- [ applause ] you only saw the highlights reel. the lowlights reel is really tough to sit through. so, how long you have been in london now? >> i moved there in 2003. >> jimmy: 2003. and why did you go there? >> i went there to start a new greatest theaters in the world called the old vick theater. it's been standing since 1818. it's the oldest working theater in london. and it used to be run by lawrence olivier, who started the national theater, which is still there, not in our building anymore. they have their own theater. and that was in 1964. it's been one of the great theaters in history. it's where judi dench made her debut in 1957 as a young drama actress out of school. it's been incredible. >> jimmy: sure. not only have they welcomed you over there, but the royal family, they gave you a necklace of some kind? [ applause ]
>> yeah. >> jimmy: what medal is this? >> this is -- it's a little royal bling. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and what it's called is, it's called a cbe, which is an honorary knighthood. it's rather nice. >> jimmy: it is nice. [ applause ] plastic or metal? >> here's how it works. the queen of england decides who gets to become an honorary knight. i'm not a sir. i am, however, a commander. >> jimmy: that's way better than sir. >> which i think is a cooler title. so, my friends are calling me commander k. >> jimmy: you call a guy at the gas station or your dad "sir." commander is for astronauts. >> but if we go to war, we're really screwed. >> jimmy: whose side are you on? >> i don't know. but my producing partner dana burnetti said i've been commanding people my entire life. nothing is going to change.
prince charles, who i have known because i'm an ambassador for his charity, normally the way they give this, they don't do a ceremony normally. apparently they announce it on a website. >> jimmy: really? >> and it is given to you by a minister. but the prince said he really wanted to give it to me to honor the work i've done. >> jimmy: that's great. really, you know him? you know him -- >> of course i do. marvelous, really. extraordinary. >> jimmy: do you call him up? >> my mother thinks you're so -- >> jimmy: do you chat about things? hang out with him? >> no, we really haven't hung. >> jimmy: video games? >> that's a good idea. >> jimmy: that would be a story, let me tell you. playing "call of duty" with the prince. commander? so, well, things are going well over there. do you miss new york? >> i miss new york, i miss my friends. i miss certain places, obviously, but i think -- i really love being where i am
because i love what i'm doing and i think it's easy to love where you live if you love what you're doing. >> jimmy: do you appear in the plays there as well? >> i do. we've now done -- we're in our seventh season of work. we have now done about 38 productions on our main stage and i've starred in six of those. >> jimmy: how does that work? we say, we're going to hold auditions. i wonder who would be good for this? i know, me. >> there is an advantage to being the artistic director. i would like to run a studio in hmm, who should i get for this film? hmm. >> jimmy: i know -- me. >> jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: you did a movie in china recently. >> i did do a movie in china. i did a film called "inseparable" in china. >> jimmy: and what is it like shooting in china? >> well, first of all, not a lot of people spoke english on the crew. >> jimmy: almost all chinese? >> right, yeah. and, in fact, it made me the first western actor that has ever starred in a fully financed chinese film. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> so i've -- do you speak -- >> i don't know what that means, so --
[ applause ] >> jimmy: do you speak chinese in the film? >> i speak a little mandarin in the film. i had to swear in mandarin in the film. i won't say it here because obviously -- >> jimmy: we don't want to upset the mandarins. >> that's right, the mandarins. [ laughter ] it sounds like a new series. "the mandarins." but it was an incredible place to go. we were in a place called ghaun-jo which is formally canton, and i -- the food was incredible. >> jimmy: my only knowledge of chinese is from the food, like, you say canton. i think, cantonese, that's delicious. >> exactly, yeah. >> jimmy: and so, when they're over there, do they know you? >> no, this was the funny part. in china, they only are allowed to show 25 foreign films from outside china. and apparently none of my films have gotten past the censors. so i am virtually unknown in china. in fact, my co-star was a big
star there named daniel wu. and go out with daniel in china is like going out with tom cruise. and i'm the body guard on the left. >> jimmy: i got you. everyone famous over there seems to be named wu. it's -- i mean, it can't be a coincidence. there's a lot of wu wu-ing. >> chin. >> jimmy: and wus. >> tin pang. ping-pong. >> jimmy: did you play any ping pong when you were over there? i don't need a list of a lot of special things, i just want a ping-pong table in my hotel room. >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah. i was upset there wasn't one in my dressing room. >> jimmy: are you good? >> average guy on the street could whip my ass in ping-pong. >> jimmy: is that right? >> oh, yeah, they're incredible. and they stand so far away from the table. i'm right up on the baseline and they are 15 feet -- >> jimmy: we have the -- and they're like -- and you can't even see anything. >> and you can't see the rubber thing that is attached to the thing, because -- >> jimmy: now, back to -- back
to the united states of america, you -- you are starring in this movie about jack abramoff. for those who don't know, explain who jack abramoff is. >> for those who don't know, jack abramoff was a very successful washington, d.c. lobbyist and he was a republican and in the bush administration, he was ultimately fined and went to prison for breaking some laws. >> jimmy: he's a guy who felt like he was doing what everyone else was doing. he's doing what, really, these lobbyists, they are essentially paying the politicians off, and he wound up getting devoured by that, didn't he? >> yeah, and tom delay quit the abramoff scandal. a bunch of other people went down. and, you know, the movie is essentially a look at the excesses and the outrageousness of how money and power and influence have really dampened our political system. >> jimmy: i love the part in the movie where abramoff is in jail
and they describe what each of the other people are doing. they say, tom delay went on to dance on "dancing with the stars." >> and we wanted to show a clip but they wouldn't let us use it. >> jimmy: i could have helped >> could you? >> jimmy: absolutely. there's still time. >> it might not be too late. it's just this friday. >> jimmy: so jack abramoff, did you meet him? >> i did, i met him while he was in prison. and i have to say it was the first time i've met somebody i was going to play while they were wearing a prison uniform. >> jimmy: was that your first time in prison? >> certainly my first time in prison. >> jimmy: it's fun, though. >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: you get a lot of time to yourself. >> maybe your visits have been fun. >> jimmy: it depends on how you go about it. was he excited to see you when you showed up? >> yeah, i think for a while i think he was going to probably try to convince us not to make the movie. when re realized we were going to make it, he was very helpful. i was trying to figure out what he was going through emotionally during the two years that we were sort of going to portray in this film. and he was very, surprisingly
charming, very funny. and does impressions. and, in fact, in the movie i do a lot of impressions. >> jimmy: you do, because he did -- >> he did them. i have to admit, i have expanded his repertoire. because he didn't do bill clinton. and i do bill clinton in the movie as him. but then again he's expanded my repertoire because i had never done dolf lundgren before. it's so odd you have to tell people you're doing dofl lundgren or they think it's arnold schwarzenegger. >> jimmy: can you do that for us? >> no, i would rather do morgan freeman. >> jimmy: do that. >> morgan freeman sounds almost god-like. he can be talking about almost anything, and if he takes just the right amount of pauses, it can sound a little like poetry. >> jimmy: very nice.
i feel like i'm in "the shawshank redemption" right now. we have a clip of the movie. do you need to set this up? >> no, it's pretty self-explanatory. this is a scene in the film where he is -- abramoff is sort of defending himself and sort of preparing for what he thinks he's going to have to do in front of the senate. >> jimmy: the movie is called "casino jack." >> some people say jack abramoff moves too fast, cuts corners, well, if that's the difference between me and my family having a good life and walking and using the subway every day, then so be it. i will not allow my family to be slaves. i will not allow the world i touch to be vanilla. you say i'm selfish, [ bleep ] you. i give back, i give back plenty. big ego, [ bleep ] up twice. i'm humbly grateful for the wonderful gifts that i've received here in america, the greatest country on this planet. i'm jack abramoff. and oh, yeah, i work out every
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>> jimmy: hi there. our next guest plays the expertly computer-generated warrior cora in the 3d adventure "tron: legacy." it opens in theaters friday. wilde. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi. life just like the movie. >> right. isn't that weird? >> jimmy: tell us a little bit about your character in this movie, because -- it's hard to tell if you're bad or good or what. >> i'm good. i'm flood. very, very good. no, it's -- i play a computer program and, named cora. i'm kind of a warrior and i'm really cute and adorable.
and you'll just want to take me home and snuggle me. >> jimmy: a cute and adorable warrior. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like our own guillermo, for instance. >> very similar. >> jimmy: who is a general in the mexican army. so you've been all over the world. have you been in mexico? >> yes, this -- this marks the end of the "tron" world tour right here. >> jimmy: this is it. >> very excited. >> jimmy: i can tell by the way your hand is on your head. >> i'm -- i'm very excited. >> jimmy: you've been all over the world. >> yes, we went to tokyo, we went to paris, london and mexico city. >> jimmy: so, in tokyo, they -- they know "tron"? >> they love them some "tron." >> jimmy: what do they call it in tokyo? >> "tron: legacy." >> jimmy: they didn't translate it? is it like that in all the countries? >> yes, they say it just like that. >> jimmy: did you get to, in tokyo, did you get to do anything -- >> no, we did the junkets. interviews for hours on end. but i like the japanese press.
they are very enthusiastic. >> jimmy: they are? >> and some of them would wear "tron" suits to the interviews. >> jimmy: really? really? >> and we had quite a few of those but we had two girls who came in in full suits like my character in the movie and started weeping at the end of the interview. >> jimmy: why? >> enthusiastically. >> jimmy: they were sad it was over? they were. >> and they were so moved by the interview. so, they were crying -- >> jimmy: you could get electrocuted trying in that outfit. they cried? >> yeah, but -- you never know how enthusiastic the japanese are. because we screened 20 minutes of the film at one point in tokyo and at the end there was this polite smattering of applause. and we looked at each other and we were like, oh, my god, they hate it. this is a disaster. this is horrible. and so we go backstage and we're talking to our japanese greeter, and we said, well, come on, that was awful. he said, no, no, that was really good. they love the movie. that was really enthusiastic, and we were like, wow, really? okay.
out of curiosity, what would it sound like if they hated the movie? and he thought for a minute, and he goes -- same. >> jimmy: really? >> we were like, okay. we don't know how they feel. >> jimmy: he just had a vibe that it went well. >> he's like, no, no, they love it. >> jimmy: now, your parents are very serious journalists. they never wear "tron" outfits to their interviews, i would imagine. >> no, no. >> jimmy: your mom worked -- >> works as a segment producer for "60 minutes." >> jimmy: for "60 minutes." >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you get away with anything when your mom is a producer on "60 minutes?" >> you can't hide anything -- >> jimmy: she sends cameras into your bedroom -- >> yeah, she's an investigative journalist. it's tricky to have two of those in the house. >> jimmy: that's not good. were you a good kid in general? >> i was pretty good. i was pretty good. i got a tattoo when i was 13. >> jimmy: that's very bad. i would -- >> i know, but it was like. you do those kinds of things and you want your parents to be
really mad at you because you feel like you've done something right. you're cool and they're angry. but i got this tattoo, it's a >> jimmy: perfect for your trip overseas. >> yeah. and i was 13 and i thought it was really meaningful, and then my brother ratted me out. i have a little brother. >> jimmy: oh. >> and my mom upon finding out did the coolest thing, i mean, looking back, i think she's a genius. she looked at me, and she was like, really? if i was going to have that on me for the next 90 years, i would get something a lot cooler than that. and i was like deflated. i'll never get another one. >> jimmy: she's a real drag when it came to your dragon. and where is the dragon tattoo? >> it's hidden. >> jimmy: oh, my god. i would kill myself immediately if my daughter at 13 got a dragon tattoo in a weird place. >> i know. it's not that weird. >> jimmy: it's not? >> the place isn't that weird. i'm not telling you.
>> jimmy: well, then how weird could it be, i mean, really, if it's an elbow, nobody is going to say anything. >> no, but kids do things. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess so, but -- >> i know. >> jimmy: is your brother well behaved? >> he's very well behaved. he is a super star. >> jimmy: no tattoos? >> no. he is the male version of me. you know how you always wonder what the other sex version of you -- >> jimmy: i have rosie o'donnell. [ laughter ] >> right. i have my brother. >> jimmy: for me. she's my me. [ laughter ] >> it's cool to watch her go through life and you know it's -- >> jimmy: it's the best. >> uncanny. >> jimmy: he doesn't have any tattoos, right? he should get a matching one. >> no. >> jimmy: i saw the movie and it's excellent. >> jimmy: i think it will be a very big hit. congratulations to you. >> i think so. [ applause ] >> jimmy: olivia wilde, everybody. "tron: legacy" opens on friday. we'll be right back with goo goo dolls.
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