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electricity have their power back on tonight. >> line inspectors had t stop once it got dark and will resume that process at daybreak. >> for the entire abc 7 >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight -- the cast of "zombieland: double tap," regina king, from "the kill team," nat wolff, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from jimmy eat world. and now, stay put, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you for watching, thank you for coming. today was an especially blue day for dodgers fans in los angeles. dodgers lost a very tough elimination game five last
night. lost on a tenth inning grand slam. the washington nationals advance for the first time in their franchise history, and that's fine, congratulations to them. so i tend to watch you spray each other with champagne. now before they celebrate the players put on ski goggles. [ laughter ] to me, if you stop to put on goggles before you're spraying champagne, forget about spraying the champagne. it's like swimming to alcatraz with floaties on. [ laughter ] our president may be the only sports fan in washington who isn't celebrating. according to a fox news poll, a majority of americans favor impeachment and removal from office. [ cheers and applause ] which is a big deal coming from fox news.
we can't even get a majority of americans to agree on who should play batman. [ laughter ] this is a poll, 51% support removing him, up 9 points from july. i would love to have been with him when he saw this. he's sitting there enyouing lou dobbs time, this pops on the screen, i bet they spits his mcflurry roc as the room. from the day i announced i was running from president i have never had a good fox poll. whoever their pollster is they suck. he has all the best words. fox news is much different than it used to be, the good old days, fox doesn't deliver for us anymore, it is so different than it used to be, oh well, i'm president. [ laughter ] for now, yes. but trump went on to praise the one american news network. i don't know if you've seen this channel makes fox news look like pbs. it's wall-to-wall mesothelioma commercials. [ laughter ] this idea that trump has never
had a good fox news poll? if only there was an easily accessible catalog of let's say tweets that challenge that. for instance. wow, fox news poll just came out action i'm number one with 26%. new fox news poll shows 40% approval rating by african-americans for president trump, a great honor to easily finish first in the fox news poll. fox news poll, thank you. well. [ laughter ] you're welcome. this is kind of funny, trump is said to be so worked up by this impeachment inquiry, he's been calling mitch mcconnell up to three times a day. which is more than he calls his son eric all year, i think. [ laughter ] cnn reports he's been calling to make sure mitch mcconnell knows that he demands loyalty from his fellow republicans, and he will amplify his attacks on those who criticize him. trump denies this, of course, he claims he doesn't call mcconnell three times a day, he calls malk donneds three times a day. [ laughter ]
i said two slices of cheese on my fillet-o-fisfilet-o-fish! new details about the perfect call with the ukraine approximately. president zelensky went out of his way to tell reporters in ukraine trump did not withhold aid money in exchange for dirt on the bidens, even though he did withhold aid money for the bidens. zelensky said there was no blackmail, which is true. it was extortion, it was not blackmail, they're different. he also says trump threw in an extra $140 million when all was said and done. as if this proves anything, trump took a victory lap with those words. he said the only blackmail he's involved with is kanye west. [ laughter ] [ applause ] vice president mike pence hit iowa like a smoldering ball of sexual energy. >> i came to iowa today to turn up the heat.
>> jimmy: he's turning the heat up to a tepid lukewarm. [ laughter ] the vice poodle has been a very good boy for his president. he says in order to help exonerate trump he is willing to release transcripts of his own calls with the ukrainian president. in other words, i will prove my boss didn't rob that convenien store by releasing a video of me not robbing a convenience store. [ laughter ] pence's office released this audio for one of the calls with zelensky. even though it isn't incriminating it is interesting. >> just to be perfectly greer, the united states goal is simply to help y fight corruption in your country. >> yes, and we will still >> yes, no quid pro quos here.s? >> excellent. >> well, that's about all we had to discuss. while i got you, would you like to listen to me drink a glass of milk? >> excuse me? >> i've got a big wet glass of milk here. iet i could drink it all in
one gulp. >> well, i don't think it -- >> oh, yeah. that's the good stuff. >> mr. vice president -- i have to go. >> sweet neck for, just like mother used to make. >> i'm hanging up now. >> jimmy: i don't blame him. that's why he's got strong teeth and bones. and as if there wasn't already enough, the president's lawyer may be looking for a lawyer of his own tonight. two associates of rudy giuliani's were arrested last night. a gentleman named 11 partis and igor fruman, look innocent to me, i don't know, both charged with federal campaign finance violations for allegedly making illegal donations to a pro-trump super pac. foreigners are not allowed to do that. these guys also helped giuliani collect dirt on the bidens in ukraine. they are literally dirtbags. but who could have ever guessed rudy giuliani would have two
henchmen named lev and igor? not only does trump hire the worst people, he hires the worst people that go on to hire more of the worst people. it's like a worst people nesting doll he's got. trump says he doesn't know these guys but there he is with igor. [ laughter ] looking like they just won best rv dealership in gary, indiana. [ laughter and applause ] having igor with none other than djtj. another round of drinks and four more bottles of cologne, please. this is quite a pair of characters. they had lunch with rudy at the trump hotel in washington, d.c. yesterday. and then were arrested at the airport later that night. they each had a one-way ticket to vienna, which doesn't sound fishy at all. even trump knows it. trump did his best today to kind of wash his tiny hands of this mess. >> well, i hope not. again, i don't know how he knows these people. what?
>> they're his clients. >> well, then they're clients, he's got a lot of clients. i just don't know, i haven't spoken to rudy a it. i will say this, from what i heard, i just heard about this, they said, we have nothing to do with it, we have nothing to do with it. >> jimmy: in other words, good-bye, rudy. [ laughter ] i love to watch trump turn on these guys who would kill for him. we're about three weeks away from him claiming he never met rudy giuliani. this is good. this has nothing to do with the president at all. this is from tonight's episode of "jeopardy!" where the answer was the most adorable answer yet. >> guillermo rodriguez is much more than a security guard on this late night talk show. >> what is jimmy kimmel? >> jimmy: yeah, that's right! [ cheers and applause ] how about that, guillermo? where's guillermo? ♪ >> guillermo: from hollywood, it
is your favorite show, it is the best show, it is "the guillermo show." and now here's your handsome host, guillermo! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] hola, hola, hola, hola! >> hola, hola, hola, hola! >> guillermo: welcome to "the guillermo show." please say hello to my band! do you hear what president donald trump had for dessert? >> what? >> guillermo: impeached pie! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hold on, guillermo, guillermo, what are you doing? >> guillermo: i'm hosting my show what are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm hosting my show. you're supposed to be here with me. >> guillermo: i know. but jimmy, i want to consciously uncouple for a little bit. >> jimmy: you want to what? >> guillermo: consciously
uncouple for a little bit. >> jimmy: on my god. well, that's not nice. >> guillermo: sorry about that he's very annoying. >> jimmy: what? >> guillermo: my guests tonight -- >> jimmy: your guest tonight? >> guillermo: i have a guest tonight. they're in the new movie "zombieland: double tap" in theaters october 18th. they're all great actors and this is their favorite show. woody harrelson, emma stone, abigail breslin, jesse eisenberg! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hola, guillermo! >> hola, guillermo! >> hola, guillermo! >> jimmy: hold on a second. >> guillermo: yes, i'm very hot. please be quiet. sorry about that, he's so
boring. hello, everybody. is acting fun? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> great fun. >> great. >> we all love habiting. >> not as fun as being on here, though. >> guillermo: tell me about your new movie "zombieland: double tap." >> it's really fun. >> fantastic. >> guillermo: okay, okay. it is time to play "parking lot tequila shot!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wait, what's parking lot? >> guillermo: "parking lot" is when you leave. >> you mean like go home? >> guillermo: yeah, woody, like go home. >> oh, okay. tequila shot, i guess. ♪ >> guillermo: here, one more, one more. >> thank you. >> guillermo: do you guys have a clip of the movie? >> there should be a clip, yeah. >> guillermo: okay, drink tequila and roll the clip.
>> light 'em up! let's go, let's go! get up to safety! here we go! [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: wow! wow! that was a very good clip. thank you for being in my show, woody harrelson, emma stone, jesse easen berg, abigail breslin. "zombieland: double tap" is in theaters october 18th. we'll be right back with the beautiful regina king! >> jimmy: wait, no, no! that is my guest on my show,
guillermo. regina, do not sit down on that couch! boy, he really has changed from "jeopardy!." one more thing, it is thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> good evening and thank you so much for joining us. we are going to begin with breaking news in a city when leaks like a [ bleep ] faucet. >> we have somehow found a fountain of youth. i think he gets up out of bed [ bleep ], he loves the [ bleep ], he really does. >> the value of an american hand [ bleep ], the value of a hand [ bleep ] fro the president is depreciating by the week. >> we talk about [ bleep ] that was serious [ bleep ], right? the [ bleep ] size is much smaller now. >> i didn't grow up on a farm, but we [ bleep ] some cows. >> we can [ bleep ], there's two different kind of devices. >> you can suck the [ bleep ]. suck it up. >> to get your complimentary
bottle, text [ bleep ] to 42424. >> how long is your [ bleep ] and has it gotten longer in recent years? >> so give me [ bleep ]. >> you want this [ bleep ]? or that [ bleep ]? no, not [ bleep ], your [ bleep ]. you want your [ bleep ]? i'll even put it in [ bleep ] for you. really, you'll let me have it just like that? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a good show tonight. music from jimmy eat wolf. nat wolff is here. be right back with regina king! on a scale of one to five? one to five? it's more like five million. there's everything from happy to extremely happy. there's also angry. i'm really angry clive! actually, really angry. thank you. but what if your business could understand what your customers are feeling...
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show. tonight from the new movie "the kill team," nat wolff is here with us. then, their album comes out a week from tomorrow, it's called "surviving." jimmy eat world from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] next week, we have new shows with jeff bridges, elton john, paul rudd, taika watiti, dave matthews, lizzy kaplan and jennifer aniston. plus music from morris day featuring snoop dogg, blanco brown, tyler childers and thom yorke, tomorrow's modern boxes. so please join us for that. and the week after that, we'll be in brooklyn for five shows from the brooklyn academy of music. guillermo will be driving there in the world-famous guillermobile. [ cheers and applause ] which is a bus, really. it's not much more than a bus. guillermo will be stopping in dallas on monday, chicago on tuesday, pittsburgh wednesday, and philadelphia on thursday. if you live in those cities, we encourage you to go out and experience his magic in person
because he really is a wonderful little elf. he is. oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi guys, can i help? how are you? >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: how are you, abigail? how are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they have hats? >> can you validate our parking? >> jimmy: the guillermo show doesn't validate? >> he said you would. >> jimmy: i'll take care of that, unbelievable. when did they get hats? >> right after the show. >> jimmy: there you go. do you want to stay? >> no, we've got to go to the "zombieland" premiere. >> gotta go. tell guillermo we love him. bye, jimmy! >> jimmy: great to see you. bye, abigail. [ cheers and applause ]
guillermo? all right, guillermo's got a lot to do tonight. r first guest began her career on the show "227," which also happens to be the number of awards for acting she's won since. her new show is by the great damon lindelof. "watchmen" premieres october 20th on hbo. please say hello to regina king. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look great. how are you? you know i haven't seen you since you've become an oscar winner, regina king. >> i know, some things have changed. >> is that how you prefer to be addressed now in all situations? >> no, i would rather be addressed as the regina show that prefers jimmy's show over guillermo's. >> jimmy: that's very nice, thank you very much. >> he didn't give me a hat. >> jimmy: it would have been tough to put on with the thing over there, yeah.
congratulations by the way. can i ask, this is february you won the oscar, right? what sticks in your head the most from that night? when you think back on it? >> oh, man, there are so many moments. >> jimmy: is it the speech, is it the parties? >> there's so many moments. i -- you know, you ask me that. one the first things that come to mind, like you -- we were -- when we're leaving, we were in like this corridor. i don't even know how we got into the corridor. but i'm walking through this corridor with spike. and it's just me and spike. >> jimmy: spike lee. >> spike lee. that would be that spike. and we're just kind of walking hand in hand. oscars on each side. and just looking at each other like, what the -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it was -- it was kind of a priceless moment. another moment was -- you know, i get to the governor's ball where they like engrave your oscar. and i had to take off my shoes. >> jimmy: right. >> you know, the feet were hurting. i just felt like my grandmother
was looking like, not just shoes, don't take the shoes off. >> jimmy: she would not approve of taking the shoes off? >> i was like just, grandma, won an oscar. >> jimmy: you had an argument with your deceased grandmother. >> yes, we do that sometimes. >> jimmy: right, yeah. you have to. who was in your oscar night entourage, who came with you? >> i had a small entourage. my sister. my mother. my son. >> jimmy: oh, that's great. >> some of my agents. >> jimmy: did you stay out late with them? >> not all of them. >> jimmy: who left early? >> my mom. we got to the "vanity fair" party. she was like, i don't know why you guys think this is fun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not her thing at all? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: she went home. then you -- and now you've got it. and now that you're an oscar winner has your life changed? i know you like to go to costco. are you going to costco anymore? is that now -- >> oh, yeah. that's never -- >> jimmy: you will still do that? >> oh, absolutely, costco, 99
cent store. >> jimmy: oh, 99 cent store? do you really go to the 99 cent store? >> look, 99 cent store has brand name toothbrushes for a dollar. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] brand name? why are those same toothbrushes $3.49 at cvs? >> i don't know. like this lady saw me, she was like, regina king? what are you doing in the 99 cent store? i was like, i like a bargain too. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, why would you cheat yourself out of that? >> dollar toothbrushes. >> jimmy: the 99 cent store. i imagine you might be the only oscar winner that does that. >> maybe, or may not. i mean, you know. there's 99 cent stores everywhere. >> jimmy: i hear you went to italy for the first time last month. >> i did. >> jimmy: that's fun, or was it? >> it was absolutely amazing. >> i can't believe you've never been there before. >> i couldn't believe it either. >> jimmy: where did you go? >> florence and milan.
>> jimmy: nice, beautiful. you had a good time? >> i had an amazing time.i have ignorance. i for whatever reason thought all of the art was in rome for some reason. i just assumed that. and then my agent was like, "the last supper," it's in milan, you should make sure you catch it when you get there. >> jimmy: did you go? >> i did. but i didn't -- >> jimmy: it's weird the way it's set up. >> i didn't realize -- it is a big -- you know, if you don't like prepare -- >> jimmy: you have to get a ticket. >> you have to get a ticket early if you just want to see "the last supper." they were all sold out. so i bought a tour just so i could see "the last supper." so i showed up at the end of the tour. but i was almost late. and i was there with me. >> jimmy: you almost missed supper and it was the last one. [ laughter ] >> i was almost late for dinner, yeah. >> jimmy: it is awesome to be that close to it, right? >> breathtaking. absolutely breathtaking. >> jimmy: what's the best thing you ate in italy?
the single best item you consumed during your time there. >> jimmy, i can't narrow it down to one. >> jimmy: anything jump out? >> no. i like backed it up like a garbage truck. [ laughter ] beep, beep! bring it on! >> jimmy: i like that, yeah. i know a person who i still won't speak to who was like, i'm so proud of myself. i went to italy, i didn't have one bite of pasta. i ate no carbs. i was like, well, it was nice knowing you. [ laughter ] >> i was about to say, no, don't tell me that person, ah. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we will see a clip from the highly anticipated "watchmen" with regina king. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the google assistant. say "hey google" to get more done with just your voice. i started transitioning out of the army to spend more time with the family. the army has been an awesome experience, but after we had roman, we wanted to move closer to home.
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you are mad that my sitter bailed and you had to suffer through black oklahoma without having someone to roll your eyes at. >> sitter bailed? >> yes. >> well, black oklahoma was delightful. >> you are not allowed to call it that. >> you're going to give me the speech now? >> what speech? >> about how i'm overreacting by calling article 4, i should calm
down, take a breath? >> there's a guy in my trunk. >> jimmy: oh, that's good. regina king in "watchmen." >> with that clip for the true fans of the graphic novel, there was an easter egg in there. >> jimmy: oh, an easter egg, i'm going to have to review that again. the graphic novel is like a hallowed piece of literature. it really is. maybe the most celebrated graphic novel of all time. we don't know what from that is in this show, what isn't in the show. what is in the show, what isn't in the show? >> um -- have lau have [ laughter ] i'm in the show. >> jimmy: we know that. damon lindelof, who created this television show, when did two of the best television shows ever. "lost" and "the leftovers." you were on "the leftovers."
i know he has this thing where he doesn't necessarily want to like use the same actors from project to project. but with you he couldn't resist. >> he broke that rule. >> jimmy: he broke the rule. how did he present this to you? >> he did not send the script to any of my reps. he had it like delivered to me with just this awesome note that said -- he explained this was his next project. i was not aware what "watchmen" was. i'll be honest. he said, i want to go on this journey with you, if you will. i'm looking at this script. there's like this envelope peeking out of a certain page. and of course i go straight to that page. and there's -- on the nfl he says, regina, don't open this till you get to this page. don't cheat. exclamation mark, exclamation mark, exclamation mark. i wanted to cheat. >> jimmy: right, yeah.
right, yeah. did you? >> i didn't, i didn't. >> jimmy: okay. >> and i read and i was just blown away by what i was reading. if i told you what i was reading i'd be giving some things up. >> jimmy: in the nfl? or in the -- >> no, in the script, in the script. when i got to that part, you guys will see, it's a certain moment in the pilot. and i opened it up. and it was an artist rendering with my face of sister night. >> jimmy: ah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and that excited you. >> what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: have you always wanted to be a superhero? >> i have, i have. i mean, who hasn't? right? >> jimmy: i guess you're right, yeah. no, i've never wanted to be a superhero. [ laughter ] >> you have. >> jimmy: yeah, everyone's wanted to be a superhero. now you are. >> i am. >> jimmy: i'm very excited to see this. the graphic novel is one of the best things ever. and i think you're in very good hands and vice versa here. >> yeah. i'm in very good hands and those hands follow me everywhere.
>> jimmy: they do. that sounds incriminating in a way. >> iyes,t does. >> jimmy: maybe you'll see people dressed up as you for halloween. >> maybe, maybe. >> jimmy: that would be something. >> that would blow my mind. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. i can't wait to see it. it's "watchmen." it premieres october 20th, 9:00, hbo. regina king, everybody! we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" brought to you by skullcandy. the true wireless alternative. save 30% tonight at skullcandy.com/indy.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jimmy eat world is on the way. our next guest was one half of "the naked brothers band." now he has pants and stars in the new movie "the kill team." it opens in theaters october 25th. please welcome nat wolff! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you for having me here. >> jimmy: i heard you were in italy too. >> everybody's going to italy. i had a really great trip with my friends and my brother and my girlfriend. we all went to tuscany. >> jimmy: nice, very good, right. well, that's good times. there working?
>> we went there for a film festival, then we decided we were just going to go around and check out italy. >> jimmy: what'd you see, what'd you do? >> when we went to tuscany, we bonded up with a lady who owned the bed and breakfast we were at. she brought us to this beautiful sort of dinner that was lit on like a hill, there was about 300 italians all eating. >> jimmy: wow. >> these little tables, picnic tables, and we were the only americans there. so everyone was looking at us like we didn't belong. and so i really wanted to prove myself and like be part of the group. you know. >> jimmy: they just identified you as americans right away? >> immediately. they immediately looked at us. embarrassing. and so then -- so i -- there's this tradition. it was for the horse racing. a party for the horse racing. a traition where they throw an egg, a hard boiled egg. they throw it down. it's like a basketball court. down the thing.
somebody tries to catch it in their mouth. >> jimmy: down a hill or something? >> down a big hill. and i -- >> yeah, you have to catch it in your mouth. and i had a few glasses of wine. i thought, i need to prove myself, i'm going to do it. i got up on a chair. i've never been able to catch anything, people playing those games, i'm the worst at it. but i had some feeling. the pressure was on. i needed to prove myself. and he tossed the egg and it was a perfect toss. and it landed in my mouth and i swallowed it like a snake. it landed in my mouth. i didn't even chew it. and i caught it. and everyone froze. and then 300 people stood up and all started cheering. egg man! egg man! screaming. somebody grabbed me. nobody's done this in 40 years! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a terrible idea. >> terrible idea. so i was going around all night, everybody's like, egg man! cheering me on. like my entire career, my whole life, it was the greatest
moment. of my entire life. [ cheers and applause ] i'm a hero! >> jimmy: what if you had died? yeah, the egg man died, he choked on an egg. >> it would have fit the name. >> jimmy: it was like the beatles also, sure. >> i was walking, you know, like a couple days later through another town and somebody comes up to me and they're like, i recognize you from something. i'm like, i'm an actor. he's like, no, no. you're egg man! egg man! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, you are egg man. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you know what it's weird how stupid things like that become like something that you're incredibly proud of. >> i'm super proud of it, yeah. >> jimmy: i have a thing, i open the freezer and ice or something falls out and i catch it? i look around to see if anybody saw it. never anyone watching. then i really have to go and tell somebody about it.
>> yeah, i felt like, you know, i've had a lot of great moments in my life, but it felt like it -- >> jimmy: the egg man, you can't really top that. that's very exciting. >> i'm going to tell my parents they have to refer to me. >> jimmy: the egg man is now playing a soldier. >> yeah. >> jimmy: afghanistan. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in the new movie. you've never been in the military, i'm guessing? >> no. >> jimmy: based on your hair. [ laughter ] >> adam driver's in the military and he has that crazy -- >> jimmy: that's true, you're right. >> no, i mean, i've never been in the military. and i had so much respect for the people who served, but even more after doing this movie. because, i mean, it was very exhausting and draining. also my brain is just not set up to be a soldier, you know. i'm very -- i -- i get distracted really easily. we'd go on fake missions, looking for the enemy. i'd be like, wow, that's a beautiful bird. or like going, what are we shooting on monday? then we had to like wear all these patches and things.
like they'd have -- you'd have to tie your shoes in a special way and i kept forgetting my hat in a hotel room. i became the laughingstock of the entire -- >> jimmy: of the fake military you were representing? >> i was the laughingstock. >> jimmy: did you go through real training with real soldiers? >> not with real soldiers. but real soldiers were the -- like the other -- it was actors but there was real military guy, he was really tough on us. so i felt like, i'm going to impress him. same with egg man. >> jimmy: right. >> i need validation. maybe therapy. >> jimmy: with your brother, your parents spread the attention around. >> that might be what it was. >> jimmy: we did you do about your parents. your dad was the band leader on arsenio's show. >> yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] they met on a talk show. >> jimmy: right, they met on "the arsenio show." maybe you'll meet someone here. >> maybe.
>> jimmy: maybe you'll wind up dating cleto or something like that. [ laughter ] that's pretty exciting. >> i had a real, you know -- i don't get -- i haven't had too many examples of being superstar struck, but as a kid, you know -- with my -- you know, my dad's a musician. as a kid i met a lot of great people -- >> jimmy: who's the best one you met? >> august 29th this year -- i've been waiting my entire life. i used to write paul mccartney letters and give it -- i hear he'd be at a restaurant, i'd write a letter, give it the to host. i'd dress up like him for halloween. i'd talk in an english accent, write songs, sing in an english accent. august 29th, i went to this -- >> jimmy: you know the date. >> i went to this restaurant. my friend said, i think you need to sit down. i'm sitting down. i felt something terrible had happened. and he said, paul mccartney's here. like a 14-year-old girl in the
'60s i started bawling. [ laughter ] >> jimmy:rely >> i just immediately started crying. at the table. >> jimmy: egg man was crying. >> people at the table are touching me like this. you're okay, man. then i look over at paul and i'm kind of gearing up to go talk to him. and my friend david's like, maybe you should stop crying. [ laughter ] i'm like getting myself together. and i go have a ryice conversation with him. i tell him how much he means to me, the amount of happiness he's given to the world is unprecedented. then he says, he's like, i've got a good feeling about you, keep going with what you're doing. and i burst, burst into tears. [ laughter ] i immediately -- i just start sobbing. >>immy: wow. >> and his wife is like, that's really sweet, okay, that -- you know, moving me along without saying it. i'm like, thanks, thanks so much, man. then i go back to it.
as he's leaving he gives me a little like guitar -- >> jimmy: nice. >> a little that. you know, it's just -- >> jimmy: he gives you a little one of that. like anyone's ever done that before. he gives me one of that. >> one of that. >> jimmy: well, congratulations. i think he's right, i have a good feeling about you too. don't cry, all right? nat wolff, everybody. "the kill team" opens in theaters october 25th. be back with jimmy eat world! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by the 2020 gle mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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