tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC February 22, 2011 12:00am-1:05am PST
>> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming to visit. it was another beautiful day in southern california. sunny, 65 degrees at night, by the way, which is great. you know, with the wind chill, it's between 30 and 40 below in some areas of the midwest and northern plains tonight, which means it's 100 degrees warmer here. there's a bigger difference in temperature between l.a. and minnesota than there is between minnesota and mars. for real. so thank you, scientology. they know how to control the weather. this is why wisconsin has no kardashians. it's too cold for them. you know, even though the entire state of wisconsin is frozen as solid as nicole kidman's forehead, that did not slow down the celebration in green bay
where the packers celebrated their super bowl victory at lambeau field for their fans. [ applause ] 56,000 fans. the fans in green bay were tailgating in 14 degrees below zero. i wish i loved anything that much. i really do. it was so cold, fans were shaping their breath into footballs and throwing them around to each other. between the free hot dogs and the frostbite, about a dozen people accidentally ate their own fingers, and that's why they wear the cheeseheads. it's not for team spirit. it's for warmth. well, here you see, there's the team waving to their adoring throng as they paraded through the city. it might be one of those instances where it's better to come in second place because most of the steelers are in hawaii right now. packers quarterback aaron rodgers promised the crowd a repeat win next year, which happens sometimes. and then the packers free safety nick collins let the fans in attendance know just how
important they are to this team. >> nick, what is it like seeing all these fans out here today, all the fans there to greet you when the buses came through town yesterday? what's it like? >> i just want to say to these fans, we won this championship without you. we appreciate your enthusiasm, but to be perfectly honest, we really didn't need your help. now who wants to have sex with us? >> jimmy: well that's -- i mean, that is unexpected. [ applause ] and shame on him. brett favre couldn't be there to congratulate his old teammates, but he did text them a picture of how excited he was for them, so that's nice. [ applause ] sportsmanship. meanwhile, in dallas, this is kind of nutty, apparently at a pre-super bowl event on saturday someone gave philadelphia eagles quarterback
michael vick was given a key to the city. now, the cowboys and their fans hate the eagles, so it is strange they would give their quarterback anything other than the finger in dallas. and then on top of that, the quarterback is michael vick. he's not even from -- he's from virginia. he played football in atlanta and philadelphia. the closest he's ever come to living in dallas is when he was in prison in kansas, but the mayor of dallas says the key was given without his knowledge or approval. it was given to him by a city councilman who i guess is a cat guy. i don't know. i don't get it, but i will say this -- [ applause ] you know, michael vick is -- made more than his share of mistakes but on the bright side, he is the primary reason they no longer play "who let the dogs out" at nfl stadiums. so for that we owe him a great deal of thanks. in the nba the cleveland cavaliers last night lost to the dallas mavericks to break their own record for most consecutive losses in nba history. 25. 25 losses in a row.
i told you zydrunas ilgauskas' departure would have a negative effect, and no one listened. this morning the whole team decided to move to miami. i hope you've been having a safe and sane black history month. you know, i'm worried that i don't hear as much about black history month. it seems when i was a kid it was very freak. maybe it's because we're all becoming one big fat family, but it's important to remember. and while many of us weren't around during the time of rosa parks and dr. martin luther king, my uncle frank was so tonight we turn to him to showcase some of black history month. here's professor uncle frank. >> hi, professor uncle frank here today speaking about black history month, which this is the month. what a history, and we should celebrate it because look what the blacks have done for this country. we have a president who is now black. let's have festivities, music,
sports, space! look how we're going to space. i think half the astronauts are black. wow. let's celebrate by having festivities, all kinds. and if you don't have a black friend, look for one. [ applause ] >> jimmy: very good advice. very good. he might be confusing neil and louis armstrong and possibly the apollo, too, but well said. the literary world has been abus today after a listing went up on amazon.com for a 304-page memoir written by bristol palin. they haven't officially settled on a title yet, but this is what they're going with for now. it's called "i got knocked up by a guy on a hockey team and my mom ran for vice president." it kind of says it all but -- [ applause ]
she's 20 years old. i don't get how you write a memoir. in fact, when you're that age, it's not called a memoir. it called a diary, and you should not be selling it on amazon. you should be hiding it from your older brother. they say the book will send a powerful message to other young girls that having sex before marriage may lead to unwanted book deals and highly paid reality show appearances, so keep it in your pants, i think, is the message. [ applause ] on sunday, before the game on sunday, bill o'reilly sat down for a one-on-one interview with president obama. bill o'reilly of fox news. now, last night fox news showed some of the stuff they had to cut for time, and, to be honest, the new footage was not so great, which is probably why they cut it. so to spice things up, we took the sound from the new clips of the interview, and we combined it with an old episode of "the smurfs," and i think it's better. >> last question, we'll let you go. fnc and the obama administration, fox news and the
obama administration, little bit of a rocky history. i sincerely want to know, what can i do better? what can fnc do better? >> give people the facts. >> you think you're being treated fairly? >> i would say there's a strong history in america of all news having some sort of point of view, and fox news has a point of view, and i think that's part of our democracy. >> do you respect it? >> absolutely. >> does it disturb you that so many people hate you? >> you don't take it personally. >> they hate you. >> it's always a pleasure. >> right. >> jimmy: first blue president. here's a -- here's a weird story from florida. and if there is anything you learn from this, and i hope you do, it's that one should always double check who you are texting before you hit the send button. >> he is at the top of his third grade class. >> i'm the most advanced in my class. >> but he's not advanced enough to see the text messages being sent to his cell phone. someone sent him a picture of adults performing oral sex on a couch.
>> that was just too old for me. i wasn't ready for that. >> he says he texted the number back, told the man he was only 9 years old, but the man texted again. so his mother and grandmother called the number back and threatened to call the sheriff's office. >> he said, do what you got to do. >> they say that the man called back later, told them he was only trying to sell the couch in the picture. >> it's puzzling that you can sit there, and this is the only picture that you can find to send somebody advertising a couch. now, he was looking for trouble if he was going to do that. >> jimmy: well, you know, though, i guess in some ways he was saying, look what this couch could do for you. [ applause ] so this is -- this is really unbelievable. apparently there's a tribe living in the jungle on the border of peru and brazil that's never had any interaction with the outside world. it's one of the last uncontacted tribes on the planet, so
naturally someone grabbed a camera and decided to film them. this video is from a new bbc documentary about the tribe. it's very interesting. they shot them with a long-range camera lens. they cover themselves in red body paint, and it is strange to see a whole group of people that have never been in a store, never seen a movie. they never ordered mighty putty off the television. very primitive, it's almost as if they were transported here from another time. >> the dense amazon forest below are home to one of the last uncontacted tribes left on earth. their lives are about to change for the worse, and it's not just violence that puts uncontacted people at risk. viruses can kill them and even wipe the tribes out completely. >> jimmy: well, maybe they've had some contact, i guess, with the outside world because how would they otherwise -- hey, speaking of justin bieber, he's going to be here on thursday night. and, no, i can't get your daughter in to meet him, so stop. leave me alone. justin and i are going to write a song together on thursday, a
duet, an original bieber/kimmel. we are taking suggestions for the title of the song via twitter. i guess justin bieber is on twitter now, and what we need from you is to submit an original title. make up a song title, post it on twitter with the hashtag -- this is what they call them, hashtags, kimmel bieber duet. we will sing it together like simon and garfunkel would. only even more beautiful. i'd like something with the word "baby" in it, if we could. tweet us and watch for that on thursday night. it's going to be wonderful. [ applause ] one more thing. pretty cool. there's a silverback gorilla in england that i'm also writing a song with. no. a silverback gorilla in england has learned to upright like a man. normally gorillas walk on their knuckles, which is why they don't wear rings or jewelry but not this one. take a look. >> and the silverback learned to stand on his own two feet.
keepers at the wild animal park in kent think he may have picked up the skill from watching and copying them drawing himself up to his full height of six feet. now he's progressed from learning to balance on his hind legs to going on increasingly lengthy strolls. this clip shows the extent to which he's mastered the art of walking. >> jimmy: isn't that weird? and they just released new footage today. apparently he's in hollywood going into the coffee bean. i didn't know -- [ applause ] -- gorillas drank moccachino, but apparently they do. here he is. where is he headed now? he's going into the gap. oh, the gap. and i guess he's -- oh, he picked up a cute little dress. well, you know, it is hollywood, and people do their own thing around here, so what are you
going to do? oh, wait! how are you doing? there you go, that's the -- [ applause ] that's the gorilla we spoke about. [ applause ] well -- and that's sweet. he's taken a lover. isn't that nice? let's -- [ applause ] let's see if we can show that in slow motion when we come back. all right. on the show tonight from "v," morena baccarin is here. we have music from pitbull. matthew perry is with us. and guillermo, slow motion, when we come back. we'll be right back. [ applause ] [ cellphone vibrates ]
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on the show tonight, an exceptionally lovely woman who plays the high commander of the alien visitors on "v." morena baccarin is here. [ cheers and applause ] and music from an upcoming cd that i don't actually have yet. it's called "planet pit." pitbull. tomorrow night we'll be joined by adam sandler, chef bobby flay -- bobby flay has challenged me to an eggplant parmesan throwdown. so i will be throwing him down. and we'll have music from ke$ha. and on thursday, music from travis baker featuring game and swizz beats and justin bieber too so please -- oh, i should mention again, come up again with a song title, original song, tweet it with the hashtag kimmel bieber duet. if we like your suggestion best, we'll sing it.
and then you get to pick one of us to marry. do we have that slow motion of guillermo? let's see. because he didn't know the gorilla was coming to get him. actual sadness there. were you worried he was taking you back to mexico? >> i was surprised. >> jimmy: our first guest tonight spent ten seasons as one of america's favorite friends, but then america got too clingy, and he backed away, and i don't blame him. tomorrow night he returns to television in the new comedy "mr. sunshine." you can watch it at 9:30 here on abc. please say hello to matthew perry. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what's happening? >> wow. >> jimmy: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: this must be a magical
time for you, i would think. >> it's very nice. what a great crowd. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they just met. first time they worked together. it's really unbelievable. remarkable. >> i wonder how many times i could get them to do that? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: three technically, i guess. i think you could -- they get tired of it around eight. >> really? you would probably know this. >> jimmy: eight would be the number where they go, all right, it's okay. we got it. >> all right, he's doing it again. >> jimmy: how is it going for you? are you excited about the new show? >> it really is an exciting time. >> jimmy: the new show is very funny. i watched it last night. >> thank you. you did? >> jimmy: yeah, i like it a lot and you have a great cast and the whole deal. >> i get the sense that you actually did watch, and you're not just saying so. >> jimmy: i did. i can tell you the whole thing if you want. i can ruin the whole show for everyone. >> don't do that. >> jimmy: okay. i won't. >> don't. were you in canada, because it's already been on in
canada. >> jimmy: i was not in canada. in fact, i was going to travel to canada just to watch it, but then they said, we'll give it to you on dvd. >> oh. >> jimmy: and i said that's even more convenient. i don't have to go to vancouver >> that's good. what a great crowd. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you got three more before it goes south. >> yeah. i'm not going to do it again just so you know. no, it's a very good time for me. i created the show about a year and a half ago with alex barnow and marc firek, these two writers, very funny guys, and it's been a very long road, and then the show is on tomorrow night, so -- >> jimmy: yes. that's what happens. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's very exciting. and, you know, it's very sudden. you know, now it's on, and the reviews have come in, and they've been good, and i just have been in a really good mood about it. >> jimmy: good. >> and thinking good things, you know? and yesterday i had this press junket where i got to talk about
the show more. and i was driving in my car, and i happened to drive by a big billboard that i'm on. >> jimmy: nice. >> it wasn't on my way. >> jimmy: made a little detour? >> yeah, i mean, it made me about 45 minutes late for where i was going, but they weren't mad or anything. >> jimmy: no, no, no. great crowd. >> so i get to the beverly hilton. >> jimmy: sorry, i used one of yours. i didn't mean to. [ cheers and applause ] it becomes a horrible sound. it's like -- >> if you do it -- >> jimmy: i know. >> it becomes just sympathetic, just a whole group doing it. >> jimmy: yeah, and there's like a wooing going on. then remember the recorders that we played in elementary school, those are being blasted. maybe you didn't have those in canada. >> no, i had them. what a great band. [ cheers and applause ] so i get to the beverly hilton,
and i notice there's just a throng of paparazzi, just tons, and i'm like, how did they even know that i was going to be here to do this press junket? this is amazing. and i get to the front of the line, and i realize after i was feeling so wonderful, i realize that right at this moment they're having the academy award nominees luncheon. [ laughter ] so i said, hold on a second, i drove back quickly, looked at the billboard, and all my good feelings just went away. >> jimmy: really? dissipated? >> and i just went, i've not accomplished a thing in my life. i asked the entrance, the guy at the door, i was like, is there a failure entrance maybe that i could -- >> jimmy: was there? >> there was a failure entrance. >> jimmy: there was, really. >> yeah, i went there, and the people from "manimal" were there. >> jimmy: they were there. how are they doing? >> still failing. >> jimmy: that is a shame. well, you shouldn't feel that way.
i mean, there's no reason. the show did really well in canada, right? >> the show did well. we just found that out. it did very well in canada. >> jimmy: why are we getting canada's leftovers? shouldn't we be getting the show first and then canada or we're done with it? >> that's what i think, too, but i'm sort of canada's leftovers. >> jimmy: are you really? >> yeah. i mean i'm from there. so for here i'm the left -- i don't -- it is a great crowd. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now you may have brought them back again. >> the key to delivery. >> jimmy: they have changed things up. you growing up in canada, i know you played tennis. you're a really good tenney player. i've seen you play at some of these things, these celebrity things and whatnot. is it cool to be a tennis player in canada because you only really hear about hockey and then sometimes you hear about curling, and i was trying to think about famous canadian tennis players, and i couldn't really think of any. >> i'm it. >> jimmy: you're it, huh? >> yeah. i'm it.
>> jimmy: how good were you? were you ranked or anything? >> i was pretty good. i was like boys under 13. my doubles team was ranked third in the country, so we got -- >> jimmy: wow, that is good. >> and when you're 13, that's a big, huge deal and -- but the -- and you got a medal. i got a bronze medal. but the event was sponsored by disney, so my medal had a big goofy on it. >> jimmy: no. >> can't impress girls with that. >> jimmy: no, no. >> hey, get away from me. >> jimmy: did all the medals have goofy or just the bronze? >> i don't know what the other ones looked like. >> jimmy: the other ones probably had captain hook or something cool on it. >> i got goofy. >> jimmy: i'm sorry to hear that. do you still play? >> well, i do play, and one of the great things about doing this show, and the show takes place at an entertainment arena, a sports arena, but it's got springsteen concerts and all of that stuff. and in coming up with where you -- where we wanted to do the
show, we thought that would be a great place because -- >> jimmy: no one's ever done anything from there. right? >> right, so that's pretty cool. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> and if you go to like the website for madison square garden or the staples center, and you click events, you'll be amazed at what's happening on the off nights. truly. they'll have like the new york rangers on one night and then like a dog show. and then, you know, bruce springsteen concert, lingerie football, and so we -- >> jimmy: they don't discriminate. they just want people there buying snacks. >> they want 18,000 people there buying things. yeah. so that's why we did it there, and so i, being in a position of some power on the show, said, let's do a celebrity tennis charity episode, and maybe we can get my favorite hero, jimmy connors, to be on the show. and we called him up and asked him, and he said yes. >> jimmy: oh, well, that's all
right. >> so do you guys know who jimmy connors is? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did he -- did he disappoint? i hear he can be an ornery type. jimmy conners. >> my thing was, i was a 12-year-old in canada, and i had like his haircut -- >> jimmy: oh, you did? >> which i will say to both of us, not a great haircut. like you put a bowl on your head and -- >> jimmy: there you go. >> cut around it. >> jimmy: you wore yours pretty well, though. maybe better than jimmy himself did. that's you. >> i would like to say, first of all, that picture looks like it's taken during a nuclear holocaust. >> jimmy: unusual amount of white snow there. that's the coolest i've ever looked in my life. so he said to me as we were going down to shoot, he said, you know, i brought my gear if you want to play, and i went, oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. and i -- you know, we laid down a tennis court at the forum, and jimmy conners and i got to rally
a little bit, and we made the crew wait a little bit. i don't know how happy they were about that but -- >> jimmy: what are you going to do? >> what are you going to do? and then -- >> jimmy: did he compliment your playing? >> yeah, he said i had a hitch in my backhand. >> jimmy: oh, nice. that was a compliment. >> and i said, hey, you write a comedy show. >> jimmy: how did he take that? [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. and then sort of life imitated art. a couple weeks later i got a message from him, and he asked me to play in a charity -- a real charity tennis event with him, and i did that, and then we become sort of text buddies. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. and i'm very excited about it. >> jimmy: sure. >> and i get -- like really check my grammar and i -- >> jimmy: really?
>> and i have sort of a cyrano on the side saying, he said this, what should i say? i want this to be a relationship in my life. >> jimmy: right. how is it going? >> so far i think we're besties. >> jimmy: well, that's great news. if for nothing else, it's all worth it. we're going to take a quick break. we'll be right back. "mr. sunshine" premieres tomorrow night at 9:30 p.m. on abc. more with matthew perry when we come back. llllllo, ladies. where can you go when your man smells like me? close your eyes, and i'll show you. do you feel it -- the sand between your toe tips? i do. surprise! [ bleats ] you're on a mountain peak, where i play those sweet sha-la-las you love to hear. firework colors! turn our world upside down! i hope you like water, because we're neck deep in the sweet waters of friendship and trust. you see, when your man smells like the fresh scents of old spice, you can go anywhere... unless, of course, you prefer to stay in. [ old spice whistle ]
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with matthew perry. "mr. sunshine" is the name of his new show. and in your first episode, you welcome jorge garcia, who played hurley on "lost." it's great to see him. and i think that's a smart thing to do. were you a big "lost" fan? >> i was a huge "lost" fanatic. i miss it. >> jimmy: i do, too. >> i was just about to say, i'm "lost" without it. i was just about to say that. i really don't know what to do
with myself now that that's not on. that's my favorite thing in the history of entertainment. >> jimmy: me, too. i love that show. it's funny. people that didn't get into it just go, i don't know what that is, i don't want to be bothered with that, but when you're into it, it's like -- >> what's that? what is that? yeah, i'm not doing that with "two and a half men." >> jimmy: there is a little "what's that" factor there. >> that's true. >> jimmy: so when you met jorge, did you -- >> well, so jorge plays this very dry, very funny maintenance guy at the sunshine center, and, you know, i was on a show that he saw, and, you know, he was on a show that i saw and there was sort of mutual respect, and we didn't talk about it at all really. nice to meet you, you're going to stand here, and like on the third episode he did something that was really funny, and i just went, oh, that was really funny, dude. and i realized i had done his catch phrase to him.
and i was like, oh, god, i'm so sorry. and i like went for a long walk. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm sure he didn't mind at all. that's a pretty -- it's not like "what you talkin' bout willis." i think you can get away with that. i want to apologize, we don't have a clip of the show. i don't know what happened exactly, but we were not given a clip of the show, but, yeah, i guess people can just take my word for it that it's good. >> yeah, well, you know what we could also do? it's breaking tradition, but i have a cast member of the show here with me -- >> jimmy: the smoke monster? >> no, not -- no, not "lost." >> jimmy: oh, i'm sorry. i was confused. >> i'm talking about "mr. sunshine." >> jimmy: oh, oh, yeah, great. >> it's on tomorrow night at 9:30 after "modern family." [ applause ] >> jimmy: so you have someone here? >> i have somebody here, and we can break tradition instead of showing a clip, which everybody does, we could act out a scene for you. >> jimmy: that would be great.
why not? >> so i'll just set this up very briefly. it takes place at an arena, and every arena has a mascot. so we have a mascot, and he's sort of an angry mascot. and there's a scene in an upcoming episode where he's fed up and quits, and i'm rather indifferent about it, so we'll play this scene out for you. >> jimmy: okay, great. how -- what should we do? >> he's here. david pressman plays the mascot. >> jimmy: oh, there he is. go on over. >> great. >> jimmy: that's david in there? >> this is david pressman, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] on your mark, ready to go? >> yeah, all right. >> okay, so maybe you can say
action and we can -- >> jimmy: i'll be the director. >> you can be like the director. >> jimmy: i've never directed before. this will exciting. speed -- action. >> i've been doing some thinking lately, and i'm feeling really underappreciated around here, so i quit. >> okay. >> jimmy: wow! "mr. sunshine" premieres tomorrow night at 9:30 on abc. matthew perry and david pressman, everybody. we'll be right back with morena baccarin. [ applause ] 3 o'clock. my daily meeting with a salty snack
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, you look fantastic. thank you for being here. >> thank you so much for having me. >> jimmy: i know you're from brazil and yet you have no accent, no detectable accent anyway. >> it's magic. >> jimmy: it is magic. how old were you when you left brazil? >> i was 7 the first time but when i moved for good, i was about 9. >> jimmy: really? you'd think it would stick with you. you managed to somehow squeeze it out. >> i got rid of it. it was really hard. the transitions are hard when you're a kid. i wanted to fit in as much as i could, and like my name is not that easy. >> jimmy: what does your name mean? >> it means brunette. >> jimmy: really? >> weird, huh? my mom had a lot of imagination. yes, but she's got different stories about my name. she lies a lot, so i'm not sure which one is true. >> jimmy: really?
>> yeah. so she said she named me after a character she played because she's an actress, as well. she named me after a vampire named morena. i'm not a vampire, so i like the name. >> jimmy: in a way you were sucking her blood from inside the womb and feeding off her like a vampire would. so maybe -- >> that works. >> jimmy: maybe that has something to do with it. >> quite possible, yeah. and the second one is, she was a famous actress, and there was a newspaper article when i was born, a picture of her and my dad and me. i was probably about a week old. it said, baby morena doesn't have a name yet. but, you know, she is healthy, had all ten fingers. and that stuck. >> jimmy: she let the newspaper name you? >> yep. >> jimmy: do you have the actual newspaper? >> i do. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's in there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so that's got some credible. that's pretty cool and your mom was in film, nation? >> theater. a little bit of soap operas, but in brazil those are pretty big. my mom is a producer. she brought "the vagina monologues" to brazil. >> jimmy: what?
>> i know, i said the word vagina. >> jimmy: when she says it does it make you un comfortabcomforte is that how it's pronounced in brazil? >> she says it very sexily. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> jimmy: that's better somehow. >> it is better but still hard, and when i would have boyfriends over for dinner and stuff, she would say things like, my vagina is one of the biggest grossing vaginas -- we had a really -- my vagina had a really big opening. [ applause ] >> jimmy: wait. did she do that just to embarrass you, or she just didn't quite get it? >> i think it was a little bit of both. yes, she's an actress. she likes to get out there. and make me feel uncomfortable. >> jimmy: did she get you into acting? >> well, you know, funny enough, yes, i guess, in a way. my first role, i was 6 months old. my mom was doing a play, and she was playing mary, and i was crying backstage, so she just
brought me on with her as baby jesus. >> jimmy: you played jesus? >> i did. still trying to figure out how to go up from there. you play baby jesus at 6 months, i don't know where you go. >> jimmy: yeah, baby jesus, and you didn't even have a beard, so people -- but they believed it. that's very strange. >> it's a sought after role for 6-month-old babies, you know. >> jimmy: is your mom still acting? >> yeah, she is. she just wrapped and she's trying to figure out what to do next. >> jimmy: do you fear that she might be finding something even more embarrassing? >> yeah, like the puppetry of the penis or something? >> jimmy: yeah. that would be bad. >> that would be weird. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so you play the leader of the aliens and when -- >> i do, yeah. >> jimmy: and when you are a beautiful woman involved in a sci-fi venture of some kind, you tend to be surrounded by guys with asthma inhalers, correct? >> yeah, i mean, there is definitely a dork factor to my show but the sweetest, most loyal fans you'll ever find.
>> jimmy: but some of them are weird, right, like really weird. >> okay, yes. i recently had an encounter at the airport that was a little bit strange. a tsa guy was checking my i.d. and he looked at me, he looked at my i.d. and he's like, wait. are you -- i was like, yeah, and a big line of people behind and i think he's going to say, great show, let me go. and he goes -- if you want to know everything there is to know about roswell, i will come to your gate and find you and tell you. and i was like, yeah, okay. can we just keep going? and he did. >> jimmy: he did? >> he did. >> jimmy: he followed you? he went pass the cinnabon -- >> you know that terminal. >> jimmy: and he found you at the airport and what is the story behind roswell? >> you know, i wasn't really listening that much because i
was panicked and -- >> jimmy: he could arrest you or body search you or something. right? >> he did tell me that it's true. that it's aliens. that there are aliens. maybe i'm revealing a big national secret here. >> jimmy: no. >> there are aliens and spacecraft were found and the -- >> jimmy: wouldn't it be funny if he went, this roswell thing, listen, nothing happened. enjoy your trip. and did he do -- did he like ask you out or anything like that? >> how did you know? >> jimmy: you know what, i was sent here by aliens. i'm able to read minds. >> he did end by saying are you attached to anybody? i said, yeah, i am, and he said, i had to ask and i was like really? >> jimmy: yeah, that's a little bit. it's creepy enough getting the cavity search. you don't need the guy asking you for a date afterwards. >> wow. what airports do you go to? >> jimmy: the adult airports. well, thank you for being here. the show, again, if you haven't seen it, is "v." it airs tuesday nights at 9:00 here on abc. morena baccarin, everybody. we'll be right back with pitbull.
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>> jimmy: this is a single from his upcoming album "planet pit." from the bud light hotel in dallas, here with the song "hey baby," pitbull. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ let her go la la la if your girl wanna play ♪ ♪ let her go so let her go la la ♪ wanna play let her go ♪ let her go la la la if your girl wanna play ♪ ♪ let her go so let her go la la
♪ wanna play let her go ♪ hey baby girl what you doin tonight ♪ ♪ i wanna see what you got in store hey hey baby ♪ ♪ givin it you all when you're dancin on me ♪ ♪ i wanna see if you can give me some more hey hey baby ♪ ♪ you can be my girl i can be your man ♪ ♪ and we can pump this jam however you want hey hey baby ♪ ♪ pump it from the side bend it upside down ♪ ♪ or we can pump it from the back to the front hey hey baby ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ i'm a dade county self paid self made millionaire ♪ ♪ i used to play around the world now i'm around the world gettin paid ♪ ♪ girl problems no problems doin' anything that won't solve em ♪ ♪ i wanna get with you mami now let me see what the lord split cha ♪
♪ hey baby girl what you doin tonight ♪ ♪ i wanna see what you got in store hey hey baby ♪ ♪ givin it you all when you're dancin on me i wanna see if you ♪ hey baby you can be my girl i can be your man ♪ ♪ and we can pump this jam however you want hey hey baby ♪ ♪ pump it from the side bend it upside down ♪ ♪ or we can pump it from the back to the front hey hey baby ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ oh baby baby la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ make money make money this chico right here gotta eat baby you scared money ♪ ♪ don't make money that's how it goes in the street baby ♪ ♪ but enough about the nonsense baby girl take a shot to your conscious ♪ ♪ not a goon or a god i'm a monster 'cause i hit all the ♪ ♪ baddest women in the world gangster oh baby baby ♪
♪ la la la la la la la oh baby baby ♪ ♪ la la la la la la la oh baby baby ♪ ♪ la la la la la la la oh baby baby ♪ ♪ la la la la la la la ooh drop it to the floor ♪ ♪ make you wanna say it yeah you can shake some more make you wanna say it ♪ ♪ ooh you got it because you make me wanna say ♪ ♪ i want you tonight >> jimmy: i want to thank matthew perry, morena baccarin. and i want to apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow night adam sandler, chef bobby flay and music from ke$ha. once again, playing us off the air with the song "bon bon" from dallas, texas, pitbull. good night! ♪
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