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[cheers and applause] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. that's very nice. thanks for joining us on yet another extra crispy day for our kentucky fried president. it almost seems as if he's trying to impeach himself at this point. the justice department ordered the trump administration to preserve all notes of his calls
with foreign leaders, especially the sexy ones. he failed to document meetings with vladimir putin, one with kim jong un and a sunday brunch with oj. not really, but you can see it happening, right? and while records with these other leaders might be key to impeachment, they may not need records anymore. you remember that thing that trump did when he asked a government to investigate his rival, joe biden? he did it again, this time on tv. >> what exactly did you hope zelinsky would do about the phone call? >> i would think if they were honest about it, they'd start a major investigation into the bidens. it's a very simple answer. they should investigate the bidens, because how does a company that's newly formed and all these companies, and by the way, likewise, china should start an investigation into the bidens.
>> jimmy: everyone should be investigated. why isn't, rarely during a witch hunt do you see the witch drown herself. but this is, either that or this is some kind of a strategy. to do this again in public, this is like how dare you say i cheated on my wife with a porn star. come here, stormy, let's do it in front of everyone. trump's latest outlandish claim is that china gave joe biden's son a billion and a half dollars. he has paid more attention to joe biden's son than eric and don jr. their entire lives. but the president was on a roll this morning shouting from the lawn. he called the impeachment a democrat scam. he keeps tweeting and repeating that there wasn't anything wrong with the perfect, beautiful phone call. mitch mcconnell reached out to tell him how perfectly, totally wonderful it was. >> he read my phone call with the president of ukraine, mitch mcconnell.
he said that is the most innocent phone call. give me a break. anybody that reads it says the same thing. >> jimmy: yes, your phone calls are innocent, your crowds are the biggest, your hands are the largest. your face is the orangest. you are the best at everything, you, even god is jealous of you, donald trump. trump is roping everyone into this. this could go all the way to the space force. today we learned the vice poodle, mike pence, may have gotten his hands dirty, too. primt is said to have pence met with the president of ukraine last month kiev. officials close to pence said he likely did not read the transcript of trump's call with the ukrainian president before that trip even though he had it in his briefing book the whole flight to ukraine. the vice president and his staff really don't want to get mixed up in this.
pence is reportedly preparing to spend a lot of time on the road this month. they say if he distances himself from trump anymore, trump might have to make him first lady of the united states. [cheers and applause] but mike pence, you know, he's a steady guy, calm, treating his dealings with ukraine the same way he handles his sex life, quietly and completely in the dark. don't worry, mother, it's me. but trump isn't letting him off the leash. trump actually said to reporters. this is not a joke. he said if his calls with ukraine should be questioned, mike pence's should be, too. before he goes down with this ship he's handcuffing himself to his first mate. the other guy who might be in trouble is rudy giuliani. trump's lawyer. in a normal administration, a lawyer would sit the president, his client, down and say admitting to crimes on tv is a
bad idea, but rudy has been very busy running around admitting to crimes himself on tv. a surprise meeting was called to share a folder of conspiracy theories. and disinformation targeting the bidens. so last night, giuliani went on cnn and said those documents, they came from me. they came from an investigator who works for him. and the best part of it is, they kept the documents in folders that said "trump hotel" on them. they got them from like the business center. that's called hiding in plain sight, folks. and you know who's been consulting rudy, giving him advice on ukraine? paul manafort, trump's former campaign chairman, who's current in prison for what he did in ukraine. we're like one news cycle away from rudy giuliani unhinging his jaw and swallowing a mongoose on fox and friends.
rudy did get a few shouts out in congress. testimony from curt volker was heard. he resigned from his post on friday. he testified before three committees behind closed doors. during the testimony, volker said he warned giuliani that the information he was getting about biden and his son was untrustworthy, but rudy kept spreading it anyway. the whistle-blower says volker was trying to control the damage trump was doing by withholding military aid in exchange for dirt on the bidens, and that's fine. i get that. but here's the thing. all you guys in the trump administration who think you're controlling the damage by being there, you're not. the damage is out of control. you might as well try stop a volcano with your thumb at this point. stop thinking you're the adults in the room. the room is on fire. run for your lives, okay? right guillermo? >> that's right, jimmy. >> jimmy: you know about this
stuff. >> yes. run for your life. >> jimmy: how about we do something that has nothing to do with donald trump. is anyone okay with that? [cheers and applause] every now and then we take some time to pit senior versus junior in a battle of the ages. it's time to play generation gap! we went to hollywood boulevard where cousin sal is standing by. hello, cousin sal. >> what's happenin', jimmy? >> jimmy: sal is part of nfl football on thursday night on fox. so congratulations to you, sal. >> let me just say, i ran into our boss, bob iger in the greenroom. he told me the filthiest joke. >> jimmy: what did he tell you? >> he'll tell you. >> jimmy: now that you've not the job you can say whatever you want. let's meet our contestants. first up, a student, say hello to noah.
>> hi. >> jimmy: how are you doing, noah? >> pretty good. >> jimmy: how old are you, noah? >> 12 years old. >> jimmy: one of our producers told me your mom calls you grandpa. >> yeah, she says i'm a 40-year-old trapped in a kid's body. >> jimmy: that's perfect for this game. your challenger is a fellow los angelino. and a member of the powerful west hollywood senior committee. say hello to pat. i hope i'm not being rude, may i ask your age? >> i'm one year after 80. >> jimmy: 81 years old. we've got a 69-year-old gap between our contestants. that's why we call it generation gap. i am going to ask about something from your opponent's generation or close it. whoever gets the most answers right about the other person's generation wins. do you understand? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's play. our first question is for pat. pat, who is this actor playing the joker? >> joaquin phoenix.
>> jimmy: oh, that's correct. pat, you're up on this stuff, too. pat, you know a lot about pop culture? >> no! >> jimmy: all right. noah, next question is for you, you can tie it here. who is this actor playing the joker? >> it's not heath ledger. >> jimmy: no. >> not jared leto. i can see his mustache, but, uh. >> jimmy: yeah, they did just cover, he couldn't even shave his mustache for this. they just painted right over it. give it a guess. >> it's like caesar something. >> jimmy: noah, i'm going to give it to you. caesar romero. well done! wow, these could be our best contestants yet.
noah, what is the common name for the fake sets of teeth older people put in their mouths. >> dentures. >> jimmy: dentures is correct. pat, what is the common name for the gold sets of teeth rappers put in their mouths. >> crib or grid. >> jimmy: oh, you're so, so close. >> crib, grid. >> jimmy: let's give it to her. >> caesar something. >> grill, grill. >> that's what i meant. >> jimmy: no a crib is a house. you would never put a house in your mouth. all right, we have a tie game. we're going to get back to the rules now. pat, name this cartoon duo. >> oh, beavis and butt-head. >> jimmy: oh, very close, pat, that is not correct. noah? >> that is rick and morty. >> jimmy: rick and morty is
absolutely correct. next question is for noah, name this cartoon duo. >> tom and jerry. >> jimmy: oh, wow, noah. you really have been inhabited by the soul of an old man. haven't you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you get up a lot to pee in the night? >> yes, yes, i do. >> jimmy: all right. noah, the next question is, again, for you. noah, what does hbo stand for? >> uh, hairy broadcast orientation? >> jimmy: you were so, so close. pat, what does hbo stand for? >> home box office. >> jimmy: home box office is correct. pat is back, back in the game. pat, the next question is for you, too. pat, what does lmao stand for? >> laugh my ass off? >> jimmy: that's correct. a tie game! wow, this is exciting. we've got a tie game.
our next question, it's for pat. >> okay. >> jimmy: pat, this singer shares a name with which planet? >> oh, my god. mars? >> jimmy: mars is correct. that is bruno mars. very well done. noah, you thought you were running away with this thing, but no! >> no, no, i'm not. >> jimmy: noah, this cartoon dog shares his name with which planet? the one on the screen. >> well, pluto, yeah. >> jimmy: pluto is right. >> i was thinking snoopy for a second. >> jimmy: i see what you're saying, noah, there is some discussion as to whether or not pluto is a planet. >> yeah, i honestly don't think so. >> jimmy: very opinionated young man, all right, we've got a tie game. let's go to our final set of questions.
>> okay. >> jimmy: all right, are you ready? >> yep. >> mm-hm. >> jimmy: all right. the question is going to be on our video screen. pay attention. >> oh! >> jimmy: okay. the first question is for noah. >> yeah. >> what is the name of this tv show starring me! >> jimmy: ooh, what is the name of that tv show, starring danny devito. >> now i know, sonny in philadelphia. >> jimmy: you've just given pat her next answer. did you want to take a look at the picture? >> taxi. >> jimmy: you just gave noah the answer! i think we're going to call this a tie, what do you say, danny? >> yeah. >> definitely a tie. >> jimmy: neither one of you are going home empty handed or empty wristed. for you, pat, a new apple watch.
>> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: and noah, for you, we have an old pocket watch. thanks to danny devito. and thanks for playing generation gap. we have a great show for you tonight. music from anderson .paak and smokey robinson. bob iger is here, and we'll be right back with danny devito. ♪ [cheers and applause] abc's jimmy kimmel live, brought to you by walmart. mhm... ♪ nice! ♪ what's the score? no idea.
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here. bob iger hired me. he is our boss here. 17 years ago, he watched a tape and said, "tony, we want you to be on in the middle of the night", so sober up, guillermo. then, his album is called "ventura." anderson .paak with smokey robinson from the mercedes-benz stage. next week we are back at it with charlize theron, tyler perry, regina king, forest whitaker, aaron paul, nat wolff. we'll have music from black pumas and jimmy eat world. and a visit from howard stern. howard loves to travel. he loves to do shows. he just wants to have fun, and that's what we're going to have when he gets here. there is nobody quite, like our first guest. he's a talented actor and a magical being. last week his show "it's always sunny in philadelphia," began its 14th season. watch it wednesday nights on f-x-x.
please welcome danny devito. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. it's very good to see you. >> great to see you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i have to say. that kid was so excited, he's 12 years old, to see you. >> the kid, he was deep, man. >> jimmy: that show's too dirty for a 12 year old to know. >> it's so rank. >> jimmy: do you get that with kids? >> no, but weirdly enough, younger and younger kids are watching the show. it's like amazing, man. 9, 10 year old goes, yeah, so you come out of the couch, you
naked bastard. i said, what? little kids, and they also have foul mouths, which i give them license to do. it's terrible. >> jimmy: so when i was a kid, it still is, "taxi" was one of my favorites. for those who haven't seen "taxi", it's on hulu. it's so grade. i can only imagine how excited they were when you walked in the room. >> we had a ball doing it. can was off the charts great. always fun. and louie was like, i loved that first show where i'm yellin' at everybody, chewin' their asses out big time, and i come up to judd, rrrrrrr. >> jimmy: louie was up in this cage, and you walk out. it's instantly excellent. >> had those cabdrivers in the palm of my hand.
>> you ruled with an iron fist. >> with an iron fist. >> there was one episode where you played the violin. are you, do you really know how to play the violin? >> no, i learned how to play the violin on a cowboy movie i did with jack nickolson. you know, going south. >> jimmy: oh, you learned to play the violin. >> yeah, i wanted to learn to play the violin as a character thing. it wasn't hardly in the movie. andy got married to stay in the country. we married him off to a hooker. married him off to a hooker. and i learned how to play "i love you truly" on the violin. it took me like forever and it was awful. i tortured everybody there, and like, you know, this is in the very beginning of the show. it was like the early days of the television. it was like 1978 or '79 like that. and all of a sudden, three, four weeks later, there was a piece
in the "enquirer" that says danny devito gives up career as virtuoso violinist to be on television. >> jimmy: really? >> it was a piece in the paper with me standing there with a violin. and it had a whole story written by some guy you've never heard of or some woman you've never heard of and how i studied all my life to be a violinist and i wound up on a tv show and all this kind of stuff. and marie and i got a kick out of it. i cut it out and put it on the refrigerator. that was me on the refrigerator in the house. and a couple days later my mother called. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> from new jersey. she says danny, what, ma? what's going on? she says i didn't know you wanted to play the violin. >> jimmy: fake news! >> ma, where did you see it?
where did you see? i was in line, i was going to get groceries. >> jimmy: your mom was on "taxi" a couple times, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: who decided that your mom would be louie's mom? >> jim brooks, wineberger, they met my mom, she came of course to the show. she's like my size. tough, new jersey woman, you know. italian girl, you know. >> jimmy: did they, when they met her -- >> she was in her 70s. >> jimmy: they decided to write a part for louie's mom? >> they were going to do louie's mother, and they said would i, and i said i'm not going to call her and ask her. you do it. so they did it. and they're on the phone with her, they had her on the speakerphone, and i'm sitting around the office and all the producers are there and everything, and they go ms. devito, and they tell her the story, they want her to play louie's mom, right? and they said we won't write a lot of lines for you and everything. it's kind of a sight thing. and she said, i could do dialog!
>> jimmy: really. >> all she wanted like in the writer, in the thing, the perks that you get, they were going to pay, she wanted her stories on the television, in her dressing room. she had to see the soap operas. she didn't want to lose track of the soap operas. >> jimmy: yeah, you get behind. >> i want that and a bottle of blackberry brandy. >> jimmy: oh, really? wow. >> yeah. that was her demands. paramount forked over, you know. >> jimmy: and here we are in 2019. you've got a show that's been on for 14 seasons. danny devito is here, we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by s-a-p. experience management is here. the best-run s-a-p. by s-a-p. experience management is here. the best-run s-a-p.
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>> absolutely. >> everything you were saying, we were totally listening. that's totally true. >> okay. cool. >> jimmy: it's always sunny in philadelphia. very funny show. [cheers and applause] this is the 14th season. this is really a crazy thing. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you're now tied with ozzy and harriet for the longest-running, live action sitcom of all time. >> isn't that wild? >> jimmy: ozzy and harriet. >> they're similar shows. the same as ours except if you take acid and lay in the bottom of the swimming pool for an hour. with a tank that's empty, you know. >> jimmy: the sequel to jumanji is coming out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that, that's coming out around christmas time. what's interesting is that, and it's complicated how it happens, but basically, the rock, you inhabit the rock's body, yes? >> yeah, what happens is they have the machine, you know, you go into the thing.
and i'm in the house. i play the kid's grandfather. i got a bad leg, and i'm like in the house. i'm, and the machine happens, and they all go in. and the rock. in the video game. and the rock becomes me, so he's got to act like me, so you got the big rock, right? giant rock, and he's doing stuff like i do, like this. so, you know. [cheers and applause] he's really, he's terrific. the whole cast, everybody. >> jimmy: did he study you? >> we hung out a little bit. we read the lines a little bit. we did the stuff. i mean, well, you could do it. >> jimmy: everybody does a little. >> you want to do me? you want to do something? >> jimmy: you do me, i do you. >> just a second, we have jimmy kimmel here as danny devito. yeah. >> jimmy: i'll try to do this as you. we found a video online. >> right, you did? >> jimmy: this video.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: and this guy made a mask. a guy made a mask. >> who made a mask? >> jimmy: hyperflesh is the name of the company. >> that sounds sexy, hyperflesh. >> holy! [ bleep ], [ bleep ], what the! oh, my god! >> jimmy: pretty good, right? and look at this thing. [cheers and applause] >> [ bleep ], oh, my god, man. oh, my god. this is like holy [ bleep ]. this is the television sequel to "twins." oh, man, you look great. oh, man, give me a hug man, give me a hug. oh, man. >> jimmy: look at that, danny devito and danny devito. [cheers and applause]
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. our next guest is the first person who could fire me live on the air if he doesn't have fun tonight. even oprah couldn't do that. oh, she could? oh, oprah could do that as well. his new book is "the ride of a lifetime: lessons learned from 15 years as ceo of the walt disney company." please say hello to bob iger. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: i guess we don't have a dress code, huh? >> you're looking at my sneakers. >> jimmy: i am looking at your sneakers. >> last night i said to my wife,
i'm on jimmy, what should i wear? she gave me some advice. then my 17-year-old son said you have to wear cool sneakers. only cool people wear cool sneakers. next thing i know, he's going through my sneaker inventory. i'm actually a sneaker addict. a nike sneaker addict. >> jimmy: how many do you have? how many pairs of sneakers? >> 50. but i give a lot away. >> jimmy: what size are you? >> 11 1/2. >> jimmy: oh, that's perfect, that's me. >> i have some in the car. >> jimmy: when i got your book, i went right to the index to look up my name. [ laughter ] as i do with any books. >> you're in the sequel. >> jimmy: and i did not find my name, and i was touched personally to read the dedication in the book.
you want to read that along with me, there, it says of the many decisions i've made as both a businessman and man, i'm most proud of hiring jimmy kimmel, and that includes proposing to my beautiful wife, willow, jimmy, you are my pride and my joy. i love you. [cheers and applause] i didn't expect that. and i want to thank you for that. [cheers and applause] >> the book is from the heart. starting with that. >> jimmy: you know, i probably, with the possible exception of roseanne, caused you more headaches than anyone in the last 15 years. would you say that's true? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: and i did not make the book. >> here's what i don't understand. you've been on the air 17 years this january. i've not been on the show. >> jimmy: you've not. >> i've never been asked to be on the show. >> jimmy: oh, no, you've not. >> so maybe. >> jimmy: so you're saying we're even? >> yes. we're even. >> jimmy: speaking of 17 years, not that i'm just going to complain the whole time. i do have you here, this is my disney id card for abc. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: and you see there's a letter on the back of the card, a letter n, which means "no discount." so, when i go to the disney store next door, if i go to disneyland, they're like, full-price churros for you. thank you for that also. >> actually, we increased the price. >> jimmy: you started in abc in 1974. what was your job back then. >> 45 years ago. i was the studio supervisor. i was the assistant to the production assistant. >> jimmy: it sounds higher. >> it wasn't. >> jimmy: who's like the biggest star you worked with when you were a kid doing that job? >> frank sinatra. >> jimmy: that's a pretty big star. did you get to talk to frank sinatra? >> it was actually cool. abc was doing a live frank sinatra concert from madison square garden where he was in the boxing rink. howard cosell introduced him. and i was asked at some point to get mr. sinatra listerine.
we're at madison square garden. it's not like there's a listerine store in madison square garden. so i dutifully ran out and found a drugstore of some sort. this is before cvs. this is 45 years ago. and found listerine, went to his dressing room, knocked on the door, felt like i was about four feet tall. and a security person, who was about ten feet tall opened the door, yes? i said i have mr. sinatra's listerine. yeah, kid, wait a minute. the next thing i know, frank sinatra appears. what's your name? i told him my name. where are you from? i was born in brooklyn. the two of us are brooklyn boys. he said what do you do? i gave him my title, gave him the listerine. he handed me a fresh $100 bill. >> jimmy: wow. >> interestingly enough, at the end of the concert, everybody that worked on the concert got a gold cigarette
lighter that said "thanks, frank". i spent the $100 bill in like five seconds and kept the cigarette lighter. >> jimmy: oh, that's pretty good. oh, you have it, you have it right here. may i have a look at it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is from frank sinatra. >> never been used. probably worth about $5. i gave it to my dad. >> jimmy: wow. >> who was a big sinatra fan. my dad died in 2011. >> jimmy: look at that. and now you're giving it to me, wow. so nice. [cheers and applause] really makes up for the discount. [ laughter ] you -- >> hold on. i'm putting this in my pocket. >> jimmy: you did an event with oprah last week, and at that event, oprah says she wishes you would run for president. and she says if you did run for president she would go door to door passing out leaflets. >> mm-hm. >> jimmy: wouldn't it be fun
to do it, just so we could see oprah passing out leaflets? wouldn't that be a treat? [cheers and applause] >> and i don't know where you're going with this, but i will run for president if you also join oprah. >> jimmy: if i join oprah? oh, i would absolutely pass out leaflets. there's no question about it. i'll mow lawns. if donald trump is removed from office, impeached, will you remove him from the hall of presidents at disneyland and disney world with his robot? [cheers and applause] >> i think i'm allowed to plead the fifth. >> jimmy: you are. yeah. did you have any second thoughts when you were writing the book about what you should put in there, what you should not put in there? >> well, it's glaring that you're not in there. i obviously made that decision. >> jimmy: i assume you're saving that for the next 15 years.
>> i wanted to write a book that was essentially a collection of leadership lessons, i did a fair amount of editing, 2,800 edits, five days before my deadline. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> jimmy: wow. who came up with the title? was that your idea? "ride of a lifetime"? >> is it a good idea? >> jimmy: i came up with some other ones. maybe use it for the next one. this one is "i bought fox and i'll buy you too" "crouching iger." this i like a lot. i've seen c 3 po nude. speaking of c-3po, at this country that is disney, that is practically a country now. the company's worth almost five
times what it was when you started. you bought marvel, pixar, lucasfilm. there's some talk you may buy the ocean. i understand. pacific, pacific. >> if that works, we'll move on to the atlantic, right? >> jimmy: we lost spiderman to sony somehow. and then you got spiderman back. how did you get spiderman back? >> miraculously. >> jimmy: was tom holland really a part of that conversation? >> he was, he was. we had an event called d-23. >> jimmy: right. >> and tom was there, because he's a voice in a new pixar movie called "onward" with chris pratt, and he said something on stage. and it was clear that the fans wanted tom back as spiderman. >> jimmy: yes, it was. >> made by marvel and our marvel production team. >> jimmy: right.
>> and after d-23, tom reached out to folks who work with me and said can i please have bob's phone number or e-mail? of course i'm very protective. and i said sure. have him reach out to me. we spoke, and he cried on the phone. >> jimmy: oh, did he really? >> no, not really. it was obvious he cared so much. and he's a great spiderman, isn't he? >> jimmy: he's the best spiderman. [cheers and applause] >> and i felt, i actually, i felt for him, and it was clear that the fans wanted all this to happen. so after i got off the phone with him i made a couple phone calls to our team at disney, and i called the head of sony. i said we have to figure out a way to get this done for tom and the fans. >> jimmy: like two divorced parent coming together and figuring it out, and that's how it happened.
>> that's how it happened. he called me. [cheers and applause] and i called them. you know what happens, you know, sometimes, you know, companies when they're negotiating or people when they're negotiating with one another, they kind of forget that there are other folks out there that actually matter. >> jimmy: there are spider men and women out there whom you have to think of in these situations. >> there's a whole parker family out there. >> jimmy: thank you for bringing the parkers back to marvel your god intended them to be. bob iger! "the ride of a lifetime: lessons learned from 15 years as ceo of the walt disney company" is out now. and we'll return with music from anderson .paak and smokey robinson. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by the 2020 gle, mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. r nothing.
>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank danny devito and bob iger. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. nightline is next, but first this is his album "ventura," here with the song "make it better," with some help from
smokey robinson, anderson .paak! ♪ [cheers and applause] ♪ how do you mend when you're worlds apart ooh carry on ♪ ♪ ooh from the start somehow we fell in love then fell right ♪ ♪ out of touch and ooh that was hard but ooh ♪ ♪ here we are and it's easier to walk away ♪ ♪ than to look for what would make you stay remember when we ♪ ♪ first met we were havin' so much fun ♪ ♪ so now how can we both forget tellin' each other we're the one ♪ ♪ we would make love we would make love at the drop of a hat ♪ ♪ remember that yeah i remember
you and me ♪ ♪ you and me close as any two can be two can be now we're strangers ♪ ♪ in the night in the night awkward and uptight ♪ ♪ oh baby do you wanna make it better do you wanna ♪ ♪ stay together hey if you do then let's please ♪ ♪ make some new memories when you take somebody for your own ♪ ♪ it can't survive on history alone ladies and gentlemen, smokey robinson. yeah ♪ ♪ meet me at the hotel-motel though we got a room at home ♪ ♪ go to a place that we don't know so well it be nice add a lil' spice ♪ ♪ try some new seduction you and me show each other how ♪ ♪ show each other how uh give each other new instructions ♪ ♪ on what makes us feel good now
>> sing smoky! i just wanna make you feel good now ♪ ♪ uhh feel good don't it ♪ do you wanna make it better yeah do you wanna ♪ ♪ stay together and it's easier to walk away than to look at what would make you stay ♪ do you wanna make it better ♪ do you wanna stay together if you do then let's please make ♪ ♪ some new memories do you wanna make it better uh ♪ do you wanna ♪ ♪ stay together yeah if you do
then let's please make ♪ ♪ some new memories do you wanna make it better ♪ do you do you want to stay together ♪ if you do then. let's please make some new memories ♪ make some new memories ♪ ♪ i want to make some new kids with you, baby ♪ ♪ i want to go to roscoe's with you, baby ♪ ♪ chicken and waffles >> smokey robinson! [cheers and applause] robinson! [cheers and applause]
tonight, joining me on a special edition of "nightline," dominique jackson, one of the stars of the ground breaking tv show "pose", helping bring attention to the fact that this year alone, 18 transgender women of color have been murdered. >> countless more of my trans brothers and sisters have survived brutal attacks. it is something important to me, with many in my community wondering, am i next? >> tonight. >> my name is malaysia. >> the story of malaysia booker, an out and proud trans wom wom m brutall
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