tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 18, 2011 12:05am-1:05am PST
congresswoman gabrielle giffords. >> she reached up and rubbing my neck for ten minutes, i'm like, gabby, you're in the icu, you don't need -- you don't need to be doing this. but it's so typical of her. no matter how bad the situation might be for her, she's looking out for other people. >> there will be a lot more of that interview tomorrow on "good morning america." "world news," special edition of "20/20." that's our report for tonight. for all of us at abc news, good night, america. >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy kimmel. on the show tonight, from the new series "episodes," matt leblanc. from "no ordinary family," julie benz. and a live performance by this guy. his name is michael carbonaro, he has the smoothest skin in show business. "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes.
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>> jimmy: thank you. thank you very much. welcome to the show. i'm jimmy, and -- and that's my go-kart. thank you. i appreciate that. hold on, let me make my hair perfect. there we go. wow. that's very nice. degeneres show," and she gave me a go-kart for saving her life, so i've been driving it everywhere. has ellen ever given you a go-kart? >> all: no. >> jimmy: i didn't think so. wearing a helmet? that's because i'm rebellious. that's right. one of my new year's resolutions is to raise more hell in 2011. i'm doing it with the go-kart there. i'm planning on eating my body weight in pez, as well.
that's what 2011 has in store with me. do you have a new year's resolution, uncle frank? >> do i have a new year's resolution? yeah, to stay alive for at least one more year. >> jimmy: that's a very good one. [ applause ] and you're doing it because you are actually multiplying. this morning at about 4:00 in the morning, uncle frank, for the first time in his lengthy life became a grandfather, so, congratulations. little baby. it was a long night at the hospital. >> jimmy, can i say something? >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy and cousin sal were in the hospital for nine hours. he's the greatest boss, the greatest relative, because they're cousins, him and my daughter. he was in that hospital until she gave birth. he wouldn't go home. i don't know how he looks so good now. he didn't sleep all night. him and cousin sal were there until the baby came. >> jimmy: can i ask you a question? why did you pick one person out in the audience to focus that on? >> i don't know. but that's how great he is. >> jimmy: that's right. thank you. i think what uncle frank is trying to say is, i'm not just a
celebrity. i'm a human being. but my cousin mikki, his daughter, with an assist from her husband eric had a baby girl and they named her franki after -- >> frank -- me. >> jimmy: and there she is. she actually looks a little bit like you. congratulations, uncle frank. >> thank you. >> jimmy: do you know what year it is, uncle frank? >> 11. 2011. >> jimmy: right. it 2011. and, you know, i was thinking about, none of us will probably be alive for the next time 2010 comes around so i asked my uncle frank to summarize the year that was for posterity sake, here is uncle frank with his synopsis of the year 2010. >> hi, this is uncle frank with my 2010 year in review of events that happened. i'm going to start with the oil spill, which was probably the biggest event of the year. thousands and thousands of feet by the hour were coming up and then it was spreading and spreading. somebody invented something to
re-enter those pipes where the oil was coming out and they plugged them. plugs. inventions in the world from the beginning. you plug it up. something goes wrong in your house, like plug it up for awhile. let it lay low, let it rest and then after a awhile take the plug out and if it is still going, plug it up. i'm making a statement right now. the most important invention ever since the beginning of time in my opinion, now that i think about it, are plugs. >> jimmy: well, that's -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you, uncle frank. really felt like i was reliving the hole. a new season of "the bachelor" began last night. brad womack is back. he's at bachelor from season 11 who didn't pick any of the girls. some viewers were angry about that. you're supposed to propose
to one of the women, whether or not if you have any intention of marrying them. it's law. this time around, brad wanted to make absolutely sure that people know he is a changed man. >> i needed to make a change right then and there. i wanted to figure out, how can i change because i am damn sure not going to wind up alone. >> and that moment would change brad's life forever. >> i want to prove to myself that i've changed. >> i see a change in brad. >> you seem to be a changed man. what's changed? >> would not be here if i didn't think i was a changed man. >> changed man? >> it did change me. >> you say you're a changed man. >> i needed to change. people change. are you really changed? i've changed. i've changed. >> what's changed? >> there's a huge change in him. >> three years is a long time to change. >> what do you want me to know about you? >> i've changed. >> jimmy: change. i think the message -- if i had to boil brad's message down to one thing, i think the message is, he's changed -- into a woman. he is the first simultaneous
bachelor/bachelorette, so, a new show on cbs, "live to dance." let me tell you something, if you love "america's best dance crew" and "so you think you love to dance" and "dancing with the stars," you're going to love this show. i hope they come up with a "celebrity dance rehab," too. i watched to "live to dance" tonight. it's pretty much the same. the three judges, the cute kid that can break dance, the cute old couple. does the funky chicken while they tap-dance, but the one thing this show has that the others don't is little something called paula abdul. >> they'll train for it. they'll audition for it. they'll go for it. but before they can make it, they'll have to figure out what the [ bleep ] paula abdul is >> it's all like, and it was like tah-dah. >> "live to dance," only on cbs. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: she said a similar thing on "american idol." this is pretty -- this is pretty good. there were weather-related travel delays all around the world over the holidays, this is from ireland, channel tv-2. they had a report from the dublin airport and happened upon this jolly little elf. >> as passengers endured long delays and disruption to their flights. but downstairs in the arrivals hold, there was a merrier mood as flights packed with passengers began to arrive to the delight of their waiting relatives and friends. >> have you been waiting a long time? his excitement got the better of him when his uncle did arrive. >> jimmy: a mild concussion. he'll be out four to six weeks. he should be fine by easter, don't worry. speaking of the kiddies, yesterday a photograph of a shirtless justin bieber kissing
actress selena gomez came to light. if you don't know who selena gomez is, she's that sweet little girl from the disney channel whose car is now covered in baloney and eggs. justin bieber's fans are furious about this. they would have it that he would never touch another human being. on twitter there were death threats. some people threatened to kill themselves. some threatened to kill selena gomez. brett favre posted a picture of his penis which i didn't understand. it was crazy. but here are some of the tweets directed at selena gomez for kissing justin bieber. "i'll kill you, i swear on god." "if you are the girlfriend of justin, i will kill you, i hate you." like i'm kill myself because i saw you and justin kissing well thank you." now i'm killing myself. "stay away from justin, pedophile. wait i'm going to kill you in the light underneath your smelly bed."
this, by the way, is exactly what happened to me when i was 16 and first started dating kenny loggins. and it's not -- it's no fun. here's a rule of thumb. don't take death threats too seriously when they come with emoticons attached. if you look at the picture closely, you can see, she wasn't kissing justin bieber. she was smelling a mop. [ laughter ] two women who worked as massage therapists for the new york jets while brett favre played quarterback there have filed suit against brett favre and the team for alleged sexual harassment in 2008. an attorney for one of the therapists told "good morning america" that favre sent them sexually suggestive text messages and that the jets' massage coordinator told the i think my favorite part is that the jets have a massage coordinator. i'd go with an offensive coordinator. but what a way for brett favre, after such a great career, to
go. i think the big lesson here is, when you say you're going to retire, retire. the jets have another embarrassing situation on their hands. their head coach, a hefty gentleman named rex ryan, a woman who either is or looks exactly like his wife is featured in a number of online foot fetish videos and the guy shooting the videos sounds a lot like rex ryan. well, it is called football, so there's a foot. [ laughter ] he's not denying it. he says it's a personal matter and he's not going to discuss it. i can't say i blame him. but the videos are there to be seen, and there's a lot of them. they're not pornographic, but i think unusual is a good word. >> excuse me, ma'am. can i help you with anything? >> oh, yes, sir. i was just relaxing. >> really beautiful feet. >> thank you. >> you mind if i touch them? >> oh, go ahead. >> they're like really soft. >> thank you. i take really good care of them. >> jimmy: you know, she does
have beautiful feet. that, you have to -- [ laughter ] and one more thing. this is -- those feet belonged to one of our writers and we -- whenever we get a chance to put them on television, we take it. [ laughter ] season three of "jersey shore" premieres thursday night on mtv. that's -- [ cheers and applause ] i know. it's been too long. didn't season two end like on christmas eve or something. you would think it would take them a month just to sterilize the hot tub, but they're back making new episodes. mtv just released a ten-minute sneak peek at the premiere. they have a new cast member this year, a friend of snooki's named dina. dina is a little troublemaker. we don't want to spoil the premiere, but we want to give you a taste of the magic to come. so we took some of the audio of the promo of "jersey shore" and mixed it together with the charlie brown new year's special and, well, enjoy. >> don't talk to me the way you're talking to me. first of all -- and second of all --
>> first of all, second of all. >> i don't care who you are. >> i don't care who you are. >> so go on -- >> dina kind of reminded me of, like, a dirty chihuahua, just barking. and like you kind of just want to smack it to the side. >> i would rather have [ bleep ] angelina back. >> [ bleep ] you. [ bleep ] you. >> you don't want to piss off dina like that. because even though we're tiny bitches, i don't give a [ bleep ]. i will [ bleep ] attack you like a squirrel monkey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do they attack? hey, we got a good show tonight. from "no ordinary family," julie benz is here. we've got a pretty cool performance from a guy named michael carbonaro and we'll be right back with matt leblanc. so stick around.
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♪ and it's here and i've got to stay ♪ with us tonight from the show "no ordinary family," julie benz is going to be here. and then later a guy, he calls himself a performance bizarrist. shouldn't it be bizartist? i have no idea what that means, but i have seen what he does and it's very cool. with something he calls "shaving dream" michael carbonaro is here. tomorrow night from "jersey shore" snooki will be with us. she's written a book. [ laughter ] that's not a joke. she wrote a book. from "the mentalist" simon baker and we'll have music from lloyd banks. oh, by the way, i want to show
an actual photograph of my new little cousin franki. concheti marceglia is the correct way to pronounce it. he's italian. and, you know, they come out all gross but they get pretty cute right away. congratulations to them. for ten seasons and then two other seasons, our first guest played one of our best-ever friend, joey. now he has a new show premiering sunday night on showtime. it's call ed "episodes." please welcome matt leblanc. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? you got some -- you got a little gray in the hair, very distinguished. >> thanks. >> jimmy: very nice. it does look good. >> i'm 1,000. >> jimmy: yes, you're very elderly.
how are you? how was christmas? >> it was good. >> jimmy: did you get a go-kart? >> i did not. >> jimmy: that's a shame. i did. >> it has feathers on it. >> jimmy: i know, it does. well, that's because i was the angel for ellen. i saved her life. so she put angel stuff on it. because i'm an angel. i'm like a guardian angel. have you ever saved anyone's life? >> no. [ laughter ] well -- no. >> jimmy: maybe if you do, you'll get a go-kart out of it. >> something to keep in mind. >> jimmy: maybe if you're lucky i'll choke on something during the show and you'll be zipping around the studio of your very own. what did you do for the holidays? went back to newton, massachusetts where i grew up. >> jimmy: i've been to newton, massachusetts. nice little town. it's like the safest town in america, is it? >> is it? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> well, there's no go-carts there. >> jimmy: that's right. it's go-kart-free. >> went to my mom's house, i brought my daughter, she's 6.
>> jimmy: nice. does your mom spoil her? >> yeah. yeah, my mom's funny. you know, she -- when my daughter was born, she said, okay, so don't ever come visit me unless you bring her. you're not welcome without her. you have to bring her. so if i like, go there without her, can't get in. >> jimmy: you stand outside. >> and freeze. >> jimmy: really? >> it was very cold. >> jimmy: don't ever visit me without her but you do visit with her, right? >> of course, well, you have to. >> only way to get in. >> jimmy: what happens when you show up with her? does your mom pay any attention to you at all? >> it's funny, we live so far apart, i live in california. and she lives there, and so when we do get together, they have this -- they're like joined at the hip. this great bond between them so i end up standing at the kitchen sink washing dishes or cooking. >> jimmy: it's probably better. sometimes the focus can be too intense when you come back to mom. are you in the house you grew up in? >> no, no. >> jimmy: no, it's a different house.
>> we sold that for food. >> jimmy: for food? >> yeah. lot, i mean -- >> it wasn't a very nice house. >> jimmy: and this show, by the way, i watched the show today and it's very, very funny. >> thanks. >>. >> jimmy: it is really a very funny show. i think people are going to like it a lot. the premise -- i don't want to ruin it, but you idea -- you play matt leblanc which is a role you were born to play. >> it's not a documentary, it's not really me. >> jimmy: you're playing like kind of -- i hope it's not you how much of it is you? >> not much. he's kind of an [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: yeah, he is. >> so, i mean, it's -- it's a scripted character. it's more like, i would say, public -- the public's perception of celebrity. than it is really me. i mean it's -- >> jimmy: and how long has it been since you were on "joey" which was the last show you did, right? >> yeah, it's been about five years.
>> jimmy: what have you done? i know you have enough money to never do anything again, probably, but i mean, i don't know that, but i assume it unless you did something stupid with it that i don't know about. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you never know. i'm okay. i just -- you know, i was just -- i just didn't want to really do -- my favorite thing in the world to do is nothing. >> jimmy: it is. >> i love it. i love it. just sit on the couch, do -- >> jimmy: is that what you did, nothing for like five years? >> no, not for all five. [ laughter ] for most of the five. >> jimmy: most of the five. >> i did a little traveling. i spent a lot of time with my little girl. we have a good time. we have a real tight bond now. >> jimmy: when you say traveling where would you go? when you have just -- you don't really have to worry about money, you go anywhere you want, what do you do? >> i get together with some friends and we'll actually kind of do it a lot, we take motorcycle trips.
we'll go, throw a couple pairs of underwear in a backpack and just take off, no itinerary -- >> jimmy: in your underwear? >> so we try to plan the trips in the summer, because it's -- you know -- >> jimmy: sure. you have to. >> and just kind of gone up and down california all the way up to canada. went and did a trip in the alps. europe. that was really fun. >> jimmy: did people recognize you -- i assume you have a helmet on and the motorcycle gear. are you able to travel anonymously? >> yeah, that part is okay. it's -- i think it's when i talk. i think i have a voice that people recognize. >> jimmy: they hear you and do they call you joey? >> yeah. we were in like northwest washington one time, way out in the middle of nowhere, and i pull up and you have to go in and prepay. you see this much of me, right? so i go into the cashier and get $20 on number 4 or whatever it was and she goes -- i know you are, joey.
i was like, what the -- how could you possibly like, am i getting punk'd? what's going on here? so, yeah, the show, thank god. i feel really fortunate. >> jimmy: it doesn't annoy you when people do the joey thing with you? >> no. >> jimmy: that's good. some people it does. >> when they call them joey? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> that would be annoying. >> jimmy: i don't like being called joey. it makes no sense. >> i'm all right with it. >> jimmy: i would like to go on one of those trips with you, me and my go-kart riding alongside of you, all of us in our underpants riding up the coast. >> that would be fun. >> jimmy: a lot of fun. and the show -- this show, you shoot the show in england -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: it seemed to me at least from the couple of episodes that i watched that a lot of it takes place in hollywood. >> it all takes place -- basically the show is about an english couple, a husband and wife, they are a writer/producer team that have a hit show in england, and the american networks convinced them to move to america and recreate the show here.
they promise them the world and one by one break every single promise. >> jimmy: right. >> it's like hollywood. >> jimmy: part of it is you coming on board the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which they're not that excited about. >> yeah. the part is like the headmaster of an elite boys academy and it's played by richard griffiths. do you know him? >> jimmy: well, i know him from watching the show. >> i replace him and we're not very similar, him and i. he's 70, whatever he is. i mean, i'm gray but i'm not that gray. >> jimmy: you change the concept of the headmasters school to, you're now the hockey coach at the school. >> yeah, same thing, right? >> jimmy: and it's very -- it really is very good. i think people are going to like it a lot. in fact, we have a clip of the show if you'd like to set it up for us. or we could have uncle frank do that. he's good at that. >> i think -- >> hi, matt. >> let him do it. >> jimmy: he can't do it. >> all right. i think this is at a party at the network president's house
and it's sort of -- the relationship begins to unravel between the three of us. >> jimmy: let's take a look. again the show is called "episodes." take a look. >> matt was about to tell me about this documentary -- kids with tourette's syndrome. you got to see it. it's so funny. >> funny? >> oh, my god. >> children with tourette's? >> i know, i felt guilty laughing, but i'm telling you they're interviewing this one little girl, so cute and all of a sudden, she's like [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> and you found that funny? >> well, hey, i said i felt guilty, but come on, little kids cursing? no. >> i need to believe you're joking. >> ah, no. >> jimmy: there you go. it's called "episodes," and you can watch it sunday night at 9:30. it premieres on showtime. matt leblanc, everybody. we'll be right back with julie benz.
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>> jimmy: well, hello there. our next guest you know as a mom with super speed. her show is called "no ordinary family." you can see it tuesday nights at 8:00 here on abc. please welcome julie benz. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thanks. how were your holidays? >> they were great. >> jimmy: what did you do for the holidays? >> i spent christmas in paris
and then we went 0 barcelona. >> jimmy: that is a good one. >> it was. it was on my bucket list. >> jimmy: aren't you too young for that? >> never too young. >> jimmy: what else is on there? anything you can share? >> no. >> jimmy: no? how long is the bucket list? >> it's pretty long. >> jimmy: it's pretty long, okay. so you have -- >> i have plenty of time to check things off >> jimmy: you checked two of those things off on the bucket list in this one trip? >> one trip. >> jimmy: where did you go first, paris or -- >> we did christmas in paris and then went to barcelona for new year's. >> jimmy: do they even celebrate it over there? i mean, it seems like they're too snotty for christmas. >> no, they celebrate it >> jimmy: and santa knows where to find you when you're there? >> yeah, he found me. >> jimmy: he can get into the hotel room and everything? >> yeah, he breaks in. >> jimmy: that's nice. >> he has a key. >> jimmy: did you have to take your presents like over there secretly wrapped in your luggage? >> i don't give presents. i only take. >> jimmy: oh. they say it is better to receive than give. >> yes. >> jimmy: is that right? who did you go over there with? >> my boyfriend. >> jimmy: so he must have been thrilled then to wake up to an empty stocking. >> yes.
he was very naughty this year. >> jimmy: he was very naughty. all right, well. and did you have, like, problems going over there with the snow and the things getting hit by luggage racks and tough like that? >> no, we made all our flights. we didn't have any delays. we kind of had a horrific trip coming home. as we took off from the paris airport to fly home, my boyfriend started coming down with the flu and proceeded to vomit. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yes. >> jimmy: nice. >> the whole flight. yes. >> jimmy: good times. >> it was awesome. and i'm borrowing people's barf bags. >> jimmy: can i tell you i've done that no less than a dozen times myself where i start collecting in preparation for what's to come the bags from the other seats in the area. how are you feeling, all right? can i borrow that? so did that make him more or >> more. >> jimmy: it made him more attractive. because you saw him in a vulnerable state.
>> very vulnerable. >> jimmy: did he throw up on you? >> no, he threw imon himself >> jimmy: did people around you notice he was throwing up? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, they did. >> you couldn't miss it. >> jimmy: really? was it like the fourth of july? what was happening? really? were people trying to help at all? >> the flight attendant was really great and people were giving me their barf bags because they didn't want to be thrown up on. that kind of holiday spirit that, you just -- we're missing, it seems like, the rest of the year. you tweeted some things because you're on twitter. now, tell us where you were when you got these. >> i was in barcelona at a tapas bar and those are fried -- >> jimmy: you said tapas, right? >> no, not topless. it was a topless tapas bar. those are fried fish and they have the heads on them. >> jimmy: yeah. i've had that. >> yes. i hear they're an aphrodisiac. >> jimmy: you hear? >> yes. >> jimmy: you didn't eat them?
>> i did. >> jimmy: you have to say, this proves to me nothing, because -- >> i ate two of them. >> jimmy: it doesn't even look -- it looks like you're resting them on your teeth. >> oh, no, i bit that head off. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how come we don't see that? >> how can you show that? >> jimmy: is this maybe what made your boyfriend throw up the whole way -- >> yes. >> jimmy: eating fish heads? on a trip? >> watching me eat fish heads. >> jimmy: so it was a fun trip overall? >> it was. it was. i mean, it was cold but it was fun. >> jimmy: it was cold. >> really cold. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. it's wintertime there. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess it is. i never know what's going on. i see oprah in australia and she's flushing things down the toilet backwards and getting a lot of sun. and i don't know what's going on over there. and do you do that traditionally, do you go out of town for the holidays? >> no. >> jimmy: no. you're not trying to avoid your family? >> maybe. >> jimmy: maybe just a little bit. >> they're watching. >> jimmy: well, you -- which do you prefer, your television
family or your real family? [ laughter ] >> they both offer something different. >> jimmy: they do. well, your television family, the hoe is very popular. >> yes. the great thing about my television family is we all have super powers. >> jimmy: yeah, your real family doesn't have that? >> no. >> jimmy: no one in your real family has superpowers. >> no. >> jimmy: well, that's embarrassing. >> i have no life experience to pull from. >> jimmy: you have never -- you have never like flown alongside a plane or anything like that? >> no, not yet. >> jimmy: on the show, you have like super speed. >> yes. >> jimmy: and it's kind of cool actually the way the super speed goes. it looks like real kind of. >> yeah, it's cool. it's very cool. they shut down the 710 freeway so i could run on it. it was awesome. >> jimmy: not for the people trying to get to work. >> i know. >> jimmy: how do you do that? do you run in slow motion and
then they speed it up? >> i actually run in slow motion. >> jimmy: i'm not joking. i'm really asking. >> no. >> jimmy: oh, you don't. >> no, i run full speed. they shoot it in -- they shoot -- i don't know how they do it. to be honest, i really don't. >> jimmy: you're really not -- you're not paying attention. >> i don't pay any attention. >> jimmy: you just get out there and run. >> all i care about is, how does my hair look? >> jimmy: that is what's most important. although it seems like at a high rate of speed every time you stop, your hair looks crazy. like i came out in the go-kart going maybe only 75 miles an hour but already my hair which is almost like a helmet just naturally was all over the place. you should talk to the producers about that. a little realism thrown in there. "no ordinary family" and "modern family" both on abc. and your name is julie. julie bowen's name also is julie. >> all the time. >> jimmy: they do. >> they do. >> i mean for years prior to being on the show i used to go
into auditions and be introduced as julie bowen and i was like you have the wrong actress. >> jimmy: do you hate her? >> no, i love her. i sign her name when a fan comes up to me and thinks i'm her. i'll sign her name jawal al bolani you will? >> i will. i told her this at the emmys and she said it was okay. >> jimmy: she said service okay but you ask after you had done this. >> i give them a hug and i sign her name. >> jimmy: you could sign legal contracts for her, you could have things notarized. a nice arrangement for the two of you. that's fantastic and the show is doing great, i know. >> it's doing really well. it's a lot of fun. >> jimmy: well, sure. you don't have to pay attention to anything going on around you, you just run -- >> run and have beautiful hair. >> jimmy: and run and run. did your boyfriend get you a present for christmas? >> yes. >> jimmy: and you gave him nothing? >> absolutely nothing. >> jimmy: do you give anyone in your family anything? i wonder how hard he's laughing at home as he sits there playing
his atari from when he was a child. space invaders. >> he told me -- i asked him what he wanted, he said he didn't want anything so -- >> jimmy: that's what you gave him. >> yes. >> jimmy: perfect. you know that sometimes when people say that -- do you think he meant it when he said he didn't want anything? >> yes. >> jimmy: uh-huh. and what did you tell him you wanted? >> i gave him a whole list. >> jimmy: you gave him a whole list. well, you are the ideal woman, aren't you? >> yes. >> jimmy: well, i'm sure it all works -- i'm sure it evens out. >> yes, it does. >> jimmy: i'm sure you make it up somehow to him. >> yes. i eat fish heads. >> jimmy: you eat fish head, exactly. well, if you would like to stay, we have something very odd that is going to happen here on the show in a second. do you know about it -- >> i heard about it. >> jimmy: can you stay? >> i would love to. >> jimmy: don't go zipping off around like -- >> i won't go zooping. >> jimmy: very good. julie benz, everybody. watch "no ordinary family" tuesday night at 8:00 here on
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>> jimmy: hello, we're back with julie benz and michael carbonaro. you look like a coconut cream pie right now. how did you happen upon this skill? >> i used to just do this all the time when i was a kid in the bathroom mirror. i never showed anybody. i thought i would get in trouble for using all my dad's shaving cream. >> jimmy: your parents must have spent a fortune on barbasol. >> now they're so proud. >> jimmy: i would think so. it really paid off. so is this regular shaving cream that you use? >> this is just regular shaving cream, yes. >> jimmy: and so when you shave, do you get carried away ever? >> now i do. i nd
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