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i worry you're setting yourselves up for disappointment. [ laughter ] welcome to "jimmy kimmel live!" i'm your guest host, sarah silverman. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. but look. i know you guys miss jimmy, but take it from me, you will get over him. [ laughter ] it's true. he does not have to define you. [ laughter ] sure, you wasted your childbearing years with him. [ laughter ] but you will find you again. and this time you'll be stronger and you'll be wiser, but also older. [ laughter ] look, my point is -- "freeze your eggs!" [ laughter ] i am so -- okay. [ applause ] i feel you've been told to clap but i'll take it. i'm so happy to be indoors with this beautiful, fully vaccinated
crowd. [ cheers and applause ] what did don barris give you? [ laughter ] you know, here in l.a. they may start making people show proof they've been vaxxed to enter public indoor spaces. if getting vaccinated lets me go to a bar or a gym in l.a., that's a small price to pay to hang out with some of the worst people alive. [ laughter ] [ applause ] do you hear my bubble? i have a bub, i talk through it. because i'm a pro. [ laughter ] making people get vaccinated is obviously a touchy subject. so i think there should be specific bars that we let the unvaccinated keep, like dave & busters or cabo wabo. [ laughter ] it's weird that l.a. is leading the charge on rationality.
this is a city where 11% of the residents are life coaches. [ laughter ] i'm not saying life coaches are crazy. i'm just saying, crazy people are life coaches. [ laughter ] [ applause ] slippery slope. i mean, come on. what's next with this stuff? before kids can go to school, they'll have to get a shot for polio and diphtheria, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox, and hepatitis b? oh, wait, they already do that? [ cheers and applause ] the big story making the rounds is that the pope did something very unusual for a pope. pope francis interrupted his eekly audience at the vatican to take a call on a cell phone. [ laughter ] who was he talking to? oh my god, do you think it was
jesus? [ laughter and achieves ] listen, i don't care who you are. if kroq calls, you immediately pick up and say the phrase that pays or you're not getting those ozomatli tickets. [ laughter and applause ] they actually released audio of the pope's call, here it is. >> what? he's stepping down from the conservatorship? oh my god! they freed britney! hey, guys, they freed britney! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: yay! see, it was an important call. all right. football season is a few weeks away. [ cheers ] oh, football fans here, wonderful. but this year they are trying to get rid of all this trash talk. they're going to strictly enforce the league's taunting rules.
they want everyone on the field to respect each other. and that is just a weird message to send to players. "give that guy a concussion, but do it with a smile." [ laughter ] be nice to them! it's nice the nfl is cracking down on taunting. maybe next season they'll crack down on domestic violence. [ laughter ] [ applause ] hey, a girl can dream. yeah i'm the [ bleep ] for bringing it up. [ laughter ] speaking of men in tights, you know robin? aka batman's sidekick? right? well, this week he officially came out as queer. [ cheers and applause ] yep. it was in the latest issue of the batman comics. robin revealed he is bisexual. which is so cool. i think, you know. [ cheers and applause ] i think the best thing we can do for robin right now is to be
really supportive and act totally surprised. [ laughter ] one of the writers at the show has some very strong opinions about this, so here now is louis virtel, to virtel like it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, sarah. robin. bisexual. if this rocked you to your core, i don't know what to tell you. [ laughter ] you're like one of those housewives in the '50s who saw liberace and thought,"he's got a cape, a feathered headdress, and once he has a christian wife, he'll have everything!" [ laughter ] it was always leading up to this. since the '60s, robin hasn't had much of a personality besides tight clothing and shaving his thighs, and frankly, i feel seen. [ laughter ] that was the dick grayson robin, of course. here's a picture of robin in his current incarnation, tim drake.
remember when superheroes used to look like gods to us? now they look like any peloton instructor named shane. [ laughter ] there aren't a lot of gay superheroes, but a lot of superheroes are gay icons. like aquaman. [ laughter and cheers ] you can't tell from this photo but he's helping thousands of gay tweens through puberty at this very moment. [ laughter ] don't take that down, let them drink it in. [ laughter ] but there are some superheroes who've been revealed as queer in one series or another. marvel's got loki, and northstar. dc's got batwoman. and midnighter. "sailor moon" has a queer character named, no joke, sailor uranus. [ laughter ] that's the first queer comic book character named after what they called me in middle school. [ laughter ] i'm over it, it's okay.
my favorite queer superhero is cobweb. from the tomorrow stories series. here's her only superpowers, not making this up. one, allure. and two, making an entrance. [ laughter ] neither of those are superpowers. [ laughter ] that's just beyonce at the soul train awards. [ applause ] and there should be comic books about that! frankly, i'm glad batman was so accepting of robin. he watched his parents get murdered while holding theater tickets. [ laughter ] that sounds like the origin story for world's gayest supervillain. [ laughter ] but robin's out and now there's a chance we'll get interesting gay storylines from one of the biggest comic book characters of all time. will he date lots of guys? get catfished on grindr by the penguin? [ laughter ] make the mistake of spending
$500 to see madonna in concert even though she never performs "lucky star" anymore? [ laughter ] only time will tell, but robin, welcome to the fold. and riddler, baby --- if you wanna talk, i'm here. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] sarah? >> sarah: whoo! thanks, louis. louis virtel, everyone. all right, i know we're having a good time, we're having fun. but while i have this national platform, i want to talk about something that's very important to me. so please, take a look. >> our country is facing a crisis. if you've been online, you understand how dire the situation has become. and if we don't take action right now, it may be too late. hi. i'm sarah silverman. actor, comedian, and creator of the hit broadway show "hamilton." and i'm here to tell you that plague that affects every single one of us.
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midnight to be exact, music from the killers. [ cheers and applause ] and next week, the show has a fantastic line up of guest hosts including maren morris, julie bowen, and sean hayes, so come back for that. our first guest tonight has been on "saturday night live" for 18 seasons. [ cheers and applause ] which is a record number of seasons, and 17 more seasons than myself. [ laughter ] he is currently nominated for two emmy awards. one for "snl" and one for his sitcom, "kenan." please say hello to the very funny kenan thompson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> showing leg! showing leg tonight!
>> sarah: okay. little bit of leg. >> how are you? >> sarah: i'm well, how are you? you know i adore you. we've known each other -- we don't even know each other well, but we met awhile ago, probably 2007? >> 2007, yeah. yeah. [ laughter ] it was awhile ago. and you were -- were you hosting the mtv awards? >> sarah: movie awards. >> yes, and i helped you do the promos. >> sarah: yes, it was like in a movie theater. >> but i thought it was funny i was helping you do the promos and didn't get invited to the show. [ laughter ] no big deal. that's not on you. at all. >> sarah: it's not. i actually fought for you. >> i appreciate that. >> sarah: they were like, absolutely not. >> i appreciate that, they didn't mention that, that's weird. >> sarah: that's weird, you did a promo -- that's very odd. we had such a good time. you told me -- we never really stopped writing. that was the first thing out of your mouth. and i was like, wow, even sarah silverman, where you're at, you're still creating and honestly just coming up with new bits and jokes for the
entertainment of the people, that's amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: you took that and ran with it, look at you, two emmy nominations this year too. [ cheers and applause ] are you thanking god? >> i'm thanking my god, yeah. >> sarah: well, because he's on the emmy nominating committee. [ laughter ] >> he, she. >> sarah: they. >> they, them. i'm learning. i'm open to new knowledge. >> sarah: yep. hey. if we learned galifianakis, we can learn they/them. >> exactly. who do you spell galifianakis? >> sarah: i don't know. let's get back to you. >> how are you doing? what's going on? how are you enjoying this? >> sarah: it's really fun. it's so easy. [ laughter ] like i can't believe this is what jimmy's been doing. [ cheers and applause ] >> what a good audience. >> sarah: the crowd is everything. so good tonight. >> love you, kenan!
>> i love you guys, seriously. >> sarah: do you have a plan for the emmys? you're going to split up your speeches? >> i know, what if i win both? what if i win it all? >> sarah: what are you going to say? do you have a plan? i think if i win the first one, i'll be very thankful for everybody, name all the names, be very pc. and then the second one i'm just going to let it fly. [ laughter ] stop all the bull. a whole lot of cursing. stop the bull [ bleep ]. stop the economic bull [ bleep ]. stop the homelessness bull [ bleep ]. stop the police bull [ bleep ]. just all the bull [ bleep ] things. run them down. [ cheers and applause ] that's how i use it. that's how i use my platform. [ laughter ] >> sarah: if you win two. >> only if i win two. if i don't win at all? i'll just be sitting quiet, clapping for everybody. >> sarah: i guess i want you to win every single year for "snl." [ cheers and applause ] you are the whole show to me. you are so talented.
but you are just -- you should -- i mean, the amazing thing about you is, you've been a sketch performer since you were a child. >> yeah. >> sarah: i mean, no one else can say that. it's insane. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: i mean -- >> thank you. >> sarah: all that, "kenan and kell," "good burger." >> look at you, pulling out "good burger." >> sarah: "good burger" influenced a lot of comedians. >> wow. i hope -- i'm glad. we worked hard. we had a good time. sinbad was in a movie with us, he encouraged us. we looked up to him and his style of comedy. he got it from who of else he looked up to. >> sarah: the one year that i was at "saturday night live," everyone you asked, who is the best host all time? they all said sinbad. >> right? >> sarah: yeah. >> he's just the best. i mean, he's so positive. and also very light skinned. [ laughter ] >> sarah: i mean -- >> but he embraces --
>> sarah: those are the two greatest things. >> the two greatest -- very light. his complexion is, mm. sinbad, complexion-wise. no, i'm kidding. he's hilarious. it's not easy to be a clean comic. you have to be really, really smart. he does it in such a brilliant way. i'm glad it's trickled down? now you are the sinbad. >> now i am the sinbad. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: i remember reading that your mother got you into acting classes when you were 5. and i'm like, well, either she is like a frustrated performer that pushed her kid. but i think this is my theory. you were, like, one of those, like, shirley temple, like, as a toddler, they were like this person needs to be on stage. >> yes. i'm glad it was the latter. [ laughter ] my mom kept auditioning for "the jeffersons" or something. shoved me into it. no, you know. i did like a kindergarten play.
it was "the gingerbread man." i got to be the gingerbread man, instead of being a stove or something. [ laughter ] >> sarah: right, right. >> when you're a kid, you'd be the table or the chair. so i got to run around and say, "you can't catch me." very cute. you know. i guess her friend suggested that she put me into some class. >> you did like commercials and stuff, right? >> oh, yeah. my very first job was a commercial for a fried chicken restaurant. that's right, not racist at all. [ laughter ] i'm very proud of it. it was a very -- it was -- i was 11 years old or something like that, and this was, like, my first, like, gig. i was supposed to be fishing with my fake granddad, i suppose, another actor. so that was weird. my line was, you know, "grandpa, the fish ain't biting today." and he hands me a piece of chicken. [ laughter ]
and i bite the chicken. and i was supposed to say, "mm, i like this kind of biting!" [ laughter and applause ] i remember the director telling me, take a bigger bite of chicken! a bigger bite! i'm like, this is racist as phe. [ laughter ] but they paid me, and i enjoyed it, it was a good time. >> sarah: yeah. i mean, look, if loving chicken is racist? i don't want to be -- >> how does it go? >> sarah: yeah, i don't know how that joke would go. >> i would like to be -- in florida. i think that's how it goes. [ laughter ] >> sarah: what was it like being a famous teenager? you were a teenager, you were a star. >> thank you. it happened later than that i think. i remember me and carol like went to the mall when kenan and kell first came -- the first season. you had to have nickelodeon number one, and really be watching it, and be at the mall. [ laughter ] we stood in the middle of the mall to see if anybody would
recognize us. for like 90 minutes too long. [ laughter ] and yeah, we were just, you know, very proud of ourselves for being on tv. like the whole being famous thing i think happened in our latter years, especially when "good burger" had been out for a while and stuff. those were good times. >> sarah: you never got into like teen stardom trouble? >> i won't say never. [ laughter ] but it was nothing anybody, you know, would write home about, i guess. you know, just usual things. >> sarah: dear home. >> oh, goodness, no. but i don't have an arrest record, so, you know. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: that gets an applause. >> thank you. >> sarah: all right. listen, we're going to go to break. more with tekenan thompson afte this. fries and a sprite, with sweet 'n sour and barbecue sauce.
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congratulations, blah, blah, blah. thanks but what are you talking about? are you going down in history! i hear that a lot, thank you, [ laughter ] but no they were telling me, you're getting a star on the walk of fame! i was like, no, there's no way. one of those legendary, like you have to have been alfred hitchcock or something? [ laughter ] like to me that's what they kind of symbolize. even though, you know, my buddy anthony anderson got one like last year. [ laughter ] i should feel closer to it. >> sarah: does that take something special away? >> no, i should feel closer to it generationally, but i praise his career. he was deserving. and i'm like, that's very cool. but for me i'm like, i don't know. like, that's just crazy. like, i still consider myself just kenan from atlanta type thing. you know. when people were calling me, i had to double-check a million times. why aren't my representatives calling? [ laughter ] people that i pay to rep me? why aren't they calling me? you know, a lot of fact
checking. but yeah, it's going down, it's going down. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: little kenan from atlanta. jenny from the block. >> you know what i mean? k.k. from the streets. >> sarah: we talked about "saturday night." you're also nominated for your brand-new sitcom "kenan." >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: not so brand-new anymore. >> it's all happening. >> sarah: that is so cool. i wish we had a clip. but i guess like nbc and abc are, like, fighting? they won't share clips. >> rrow! well, that's cool. >> sarah: yeah, if you want to act something out? >> sure. this is a scene where i'm cooking breakfast and it's very emotional. because i can't get my pancakes right. >> sarah: okay. >> i just want pancakes, baby! thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
it's a great show. >> sarah: it's funny but it makes you think. >> that's right. funny but it hits you right there in the heart. >> sarah: and our friend, chris redd, is in it. >> yeah, dog, chris redd, man, he's absolutely brilliant. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: good old donnie johnson. >> come on, man, don johnson in the house? >> sarah: he's doing all the stories, right? he's got to have all the stories. >> don johnson's got a million stories. he told me he had a pablo escobar story. i'm like, that's insane. he was just in that era in miami, in the '80s, everybody was doing it super huge, i guess. i want to hear the details. but that's wild to me. he's just friends with, you know -- not necessarily a great guy, but just a -- legendary. [ laughter ] i want to hear those stories. it's got to involved -- had to have been a lot of sweat, probably, whatever.
>> sarah: you're flying from one coast to the other. >> sorry, i put it out on the street, my bad. >> sarah: isn't pablo escobar dead? >> long time, yeah. >> sarah: you can know a dead person, that's problematic. >> that's cool. >> sarah: i'm so glad you're here. thanks, kenan. all episodes of "kenan" and "snl" are available on peacock. we'll be back with regina hall. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sarah: welcome back. our next guest partied her way through "girls trip" and died in the "scary movie" films, twice. now she finally gets the rest she deserves in hulu's limited series "nine perfect strangers." it premieres wednesday. please say hello to regina hall. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sarah: i fell in love with you at a dinner party. and in my mind we've been close friends ever since. and i like to think that i call you reggie. >> yeah, yeah. well, what you don't know, i've changed my last name to
silverman, i think we're sisters. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: oh my god. >> i fell in love with you way before. i think you were 17. hosting the -- because we're the same age -- hosting the independent spirit awards. >> sarah: oh, okay. >> 17, 18, something like that. and i was like, who is this woman? she's so funny, so brilliant, so amazing. so then when i met you in person, where we adopted each other -- >> sarah: yes. [ laughter ] >> i was actually excited to see how incredible you were as a perch. person. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: thanks, you're so sweet. well, you know. we were born 11 days apart, exactly. >> yes. >> sarah: that means that we're sagittariuss. >> yeah, yeah. >> sarah: i don't know much about astrology, do you? >> sagittarius, allegedly, the friendliest sign in the zodiac. right? do people know?
[ applause ] >> sarah: allegedly. >> we are really good -- we're great with people. but there are a lot of serial kill hoarse are sagittarius. [ laughter ] >> sarah: is that true? >> it is. it is. >> sarah: you know what? that makes sense. i remember hearing that there are three traits to a serial killer. >> oh-oh. [ laughter ] >> sarah: and i had two of them. like it's bed wetter, yes. >> yes. >> sarah: lights fires. i didn't set things on fire but i would sit by a wood stove and light matches. >> yes, and throw them and let them land where they may, right. >> sarah: well, okay. [ laughter ] then the third is, like, cruelty to animals. >> right. >> sarah: so i didn't do that one. the fourth must be sagittarius. [ laughter ] >> sagittarius. and what's interesting -- ted bundy, sagittarius. and y'all were just talking about a little fellow, pablo escobar. >> sarah: i had the same
birthday as him, i didn't want to say. >> see? >> sarah: when he said it, i was like, oh! >> ted bundy was also charming. >> sarah: he was, he was very good looking, well spoken. >> yes. yeah. so we've got some good traits. [ laughter ] >> sarah: what else are we known for? sagittarius? >> you know what? we're not known for commitment. i don't know if that's -- okay. we change our minds a lot. so we could be like, oh my god, i'm in love, in love. then be like, am i in love? >> sarah: are you that way? >> well, the other trait is we don't know we're that way. [ laughter ] so i'm going to -- i don't think so, but my friends -- are you that way? >> sarah: um -- [ laughter ] i'm definitely not that way. but that must mean that i am that way. [ laughter ] >> because you -- yeah, yeah. >> sarah: i remember one time i was eating with a friend, and i had just read this book called "drama of the gifted child."
i go, oh, i read this book, it's so great, "drama of the gifted child." and she said, oh, yeah, i know, that's by alice miller, it's a funny story, it was originally titled "drama of the narcissistic child" but she realized the people that needed to read it wouldn't. [ laughter ] and i was like, oh, yeah, well. >> oh-oh! back to that serial killer trait. well. gosh. well, when we do it, we usually do it. we commit. >> sarah: yeah. >> i mean, i guess that's everyone. >> sarah: i committed. >> when we commit, we commit. >> sarah: i committed 100% monogamous, over and over and over. [ laughter ] >> that's it. we're serial monogamists. >> sarah: yes. >> all right. your project? "nine perfect strangers." >> yes, "nine perfect strangers." [ cheers and applause ]
>> sarah: this is an all-star cast. who's in the cast? >> nicole kidman. >> sarah: never heard of her. >> she's new, she's learning. [ laughter ] she's learning. melissa mccarthy. [ cheers and applause ] she's new. she tries. not funny, but big heart, big heart. [ laughter ] michael shannon. also, i mean -- honestly, luke evans. there's so many greats. patton -- >> sarah: regina hall. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: can you tell the audience basically what it's about? you know everyone's going to watch it. >> yes. please. it's nine strangers who go to a retreat called tranquilum and things ensue. >> sarah: it's like one of these wellness -- >> it's a wellness, yeah -- >> sarah: woo-woo? i know someone who went to one of those, and there was like an
e ayawasca journey involved. is that something that -- >> well, you know what we're not on ayawasca, but there may be something that we may be taking. have you ever heard of micro dosing? >> sarah: uh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> it's micro dosing, i believe. >> sarah: oh, wow. you guys all shot this in australia. did you hang out together? what was the process? >> we hung out. well, yes, we hung out together. we were our own little bubble. and we got into character. [ laughter ] >> sarah: by? taking drugs? [ laughter ] >> doing research. [ laughter ] and, you know, i can't speak for everyone. i can just speak for some. and some of -- of -- of -- the cast -- did research.
[ laughter ] so that we would know -- [ laughter ] what we were doing. >> sarah: did you have, like, any mind-blowing revelations? >> well, i did not say i was one of those cast members. [ laughter ] but if i were one of them -- >> sarah: okay. >> i would imagine that it would have been really beautiful and surreal, and the trees would look amazing and it would have been a very peaceful, and like, amazing experience. i would imagine. [ laughter ] >> sarah: psychedelic drugs are fascinating to me. i've taken many. a friend of mine did tell me that there was a drug that you can take and it makes you remember every part of every day of your life. >> oh god. >> sarah: but you have to wear a diaper because you 100% [ bleep ] yourself. [ laughter ] but it sounds amazing. [ applause ]
>> there's so much i'm trying to forget. it's kind of like -- well, no. that would be opposite. "eternal sunshine." you go back and erase that right? >> sarah: that's true, yeah, that's the opposite. >> that's the opposite. >> sarah: it was a terrible analogy. [ laughter ] >> it was interesting. it was bad. >> sarah: i want to talk to you forever, but this is it. thank you, regina. please watch "nine perfect strangers." >> it's sad! [ laughter ] >> sarah: i could ask another question. >> and i had one other thing. i have a star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> sarah: you do? [ cheers and applause ] i was not told about this! >> i lied. [ laughter ] >> sarah: you did? >> i didn't expect the applause, i felt like it would be so good to get one, and i'm really excited for him. but god, thank you, god! [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah: please consider regna hall for the hollywood walk of fame, i would be there for bells
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