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driver. good night. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." with guest host julie bowen! tonight -- minnie driver. jacob elordi. and music from ashe. and now, julie bowen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> julie: oh my god! wow! wow, wow, wow! thank you! welcome! welcome to "jimmy kimmel live"! thank you so much. i'm obviously not jimmy kimmel. i'm your guest host, julie bowen. [ cheers and applause ]
thank you. it is so great to be back on abc. as some of you may know, i played claire dunphy -- [ cheers and applause ] on "modern family" for 11 seasons. i was lucky enough to win two emmys for that performance. [ cheers and applause ] and i would have won more if it weren't for allison janney. [ laughter ] that freaking tramp. i mean, she's the [ bleep ] worst, am i right? [ laughter ] look, i'm a little anxious tonight. not just because it's my first time hosting a show. i left my three sons home alone. i don't really have a joke for that -- i just want you all to know that my house is probably on fire right now. [ laughter ] it's also weird to be indoors with a large group of people, strangers, in fact. but everyone in this audience is double vaxxed, right? [ cheers and applause ]
and apparently pretty soon we're all going tbe tple xxed the biden administration is reportedly about to recommend we all get booster shots. good luck with that, joe. [ laughter ] yeah. we're like, america can't even agree on the first shots. we're like a giant family dinner where half the table wants pizza and the other half wants to die of covid. [ laughter ] so let's settle somewhere in the middle with pepperoni and staying alive. [ cheers and applause ] right, guillermo? >> guillermo: that's right, yes! >> julie: you want to stay alive, right? >> guillermo: yes, i want to stay alive. >> julie: how many shots have you gotten? >> guillermo: i got two. >> julie: you didn't go and lie at cvs for your third? >> guillermo: no, not yet. [ laughter ] >> julie: me either, i didn't lie to get a third. you should have seen how crushed guillermo was when he found out someone from "modern family" was hosting, and that someone wasn't sofia vergara. [ laughter ]
lo siento. >> guillermo: it's okay, i love you. >> julie: aww! with covid cases on the rise, a lot of places are going to start making people show proof of vaccination to get in. like, that's right, the coachella music festival. okay. coachella, of course, is a spanish word that means "valley of the douchebags." [ laughter ] that's right. according to the new rules, this year coachella goers must be fully vaccinated. some people are going to complain about this. but honestly, how the hell can you be pro-coachella and anti-vax? "i don't trust the government, but yesterday, i licked a toad and [ bleep ] some rando in a port-a-potty." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in other news, me.
i actually was in the news last week. maybe you saw this on cnn or wherever. i was hiking in arches national park in utah with my sister and my kids. and we found a woman who had fainted. her name is minnie john. she had been hiking with her husband and son, but felt dizzy and told them to go ahead. so she then fell over, hit her head and started bleeding everywhere right in front of us. it was so gross. [ laughter ] okay? now, my sister is a doctor. her name is annie. she's an infectious disease specialist. highly overqualified. and more than capable of applying a little roadside hiker first aid. so she goes all meredith grey right away and starts applying pressure and doing like doctor stuff. [ laughter ] and i brought all my professional expertise to the table by yelling things i'd heard on episodes of "e.r." "code blue, crash cart!" [ laughter ] so useless.
so when "the new york post" wrote about this they said, "whi "while luetkemeyer," that's my sister, and my maiden "bandaged john's nose, bowen assured her that help was on the way." [ cheers and applause ] that's right. what that really should have said was "during medical emergency bowen does jack [ bleep ]." [ laughter and applause ] so my 12-year-old twins run up the trail to find minnie's family. and even my 14-year-old got in on the action. all right. i got to tell you about him. whenever we travel he says to me, "mom, are you checking a bag? are you checking a bag?" he's gone through puberty. "are you checking a bag?" and the reason he asks that is because he wants to bring along his knives. he wants to bring his knives everywhere and you can't take those on the plane, so he wants me to check a bag. the kid is obsessed with knives. he wears them on his belt everywhere.
he's like an emo crocodile dundee. [ laughter ] but this, yes, this is his moment. because after years of needlessly traveling with knives, as my sister annie unrolls the gauze in front of bloody minnie john and opens it she says, "does anyone have a knife?" [ laughter ] whoosh whoosh whoosh whoosh whoosh! of course he had a knife. i've never seen a 14-year-old that happy. and i don't have parental controls on the wifi. [ laughter ] so back to minnie, she started looking at me weird, and she said, "why do i know you? are you an actress?" and i was so embarrassed by how useless i had been, i said, "yes, i am. i'm elizabeth banks." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] let her take the heat. but then my sister told her i was on "modern family," and
minnie was a fan and got very excited. she asked me for a picture, even though her face was all banged up. [ laughter ] looks like we met at fight club. [ laughter ] minnie is totally fine now, by the way. and look, i know this isn't the point here, but believe me, getting recognized by someone who has sustained a serious head injury -- is extremely flattering! [ laughter ] so just to recap, everyone helped save this woman. my sister, my twins, my knife-y son. and i -- did nothing. [ laughter ] but this is how they reported it in the news. >> it's the role of a lifetime. one of a hero. >> an actress from the hit show "modern family" rescues an injured hiker. coming up, we hear from the woman who says julie bowen saved her life. >> imagine passing out on a hike
and waking up to a celebrity as your savior. >> actress julie bowen helps rescue a hiker after she faints and breaks her nose. >> "modern family" actress julie bowen might want to petition for a new role in the next "avengers" superhero movie after she rescues a hiker. [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: yeah, right. "the avengers." because my superpower is having a sister who went to med school. [ laughter ] anyway, i told annie, in order to make it right i would read anything she wanted me to read on the show tonight. and she sent me something. here it is. "don't get your medical advice from an actress." ha ha ha ha ha. "in all seriousness, if you have questions about covid vaccination, please reach out to a real health care provider. it's not too late to get vaccinated, and it's the single best thing you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your
community." [ cheers and applause ] wow. what a buzzkill. thanks, annie, for bringing it down. so as i've clearly demonstrated, actors have little to no value in the real world. but in hollywood, we are worth our weight in quinoa. [ laughter ] so to help foster the next generation of entertainment power players, i sat down with some up-and-comers to teach them everything they need to know about the business of show. ♪ >> julie: okay, hi, i'm julie bowen, and i'm here to teach you guys all about the business. i understand you want to be actors? >> yes. >> julie: you do? let's talk about what shows you guys watch and who is your favorite actress. go on. >> okay. i like this show called "ricky, nicky, dicky and don."
>> julie: i'm not on that. [ laughter ] go on, cameron, what's your favorite show? >> i don't know. >> julie: who's your favorite actress? >> i don't know what an actress is. >> julie: oh! okay, so that's not prepared. okay. [ laughter ] that is not going to fly. ♪ would you change anything about yourself to be an actor? >> yeah. >> me! >> julie: do you know what plastic surgery is? >> no. >> julie: no? what's plastic surgery? >> that means if one of your body parts is not, like, right shape, you could get a plastic surgeon to make it look right. >> julie: uh-huh, that's right. >> plus my doctor said if the toe doesn't grow, the nail doesn't grow back you're probably going to have to go to a plastic surgeon. but i didn't end up going. [ laughter ] >> julie: did the nail -- >> the nail -- >> julie: the nail grew back? >> no, it hasn't came off yet. [ laughter ]
♪ >> julie: so i want to talk to you guys about something really serious now. talk to you about money, the green, the lettuce. >> money! >> julie: you do a job. let me show you how this goes. i go, "thank you for doing your j job." "thank you, what a beautiful job you've done." "thank you." now here comes your agent, and they go -- there you go. [ laughter ] there you go. hah! uh-huh. oh, wait a second. do you have a lawyer? >> yes! >> julie: i do. maybe you do. there you go. oh, no! oh, yeah! you've got to give it back, uh-huh! >> no, no! >> julie: and finally -- did we forget something? yes, we did. uncle sam. that's right. it's uncle sam coming. uncle sam. uncle sam wants some. oh, you can hold on to a dollar, sister. [ laughter ] >> no!
you're not taking mine! >> julie: i think we learned a very important lesson about the business right there. ♪ do you guys know what it means to be canceled? >> yeah. >> julie: go ahead, ethan, what does it mean to be canceled? >> so when i was doing for el pollo loco, and i was there a long time, and it didn't air. >> julie: hm. not what i meant but i like where you're going. how about you? >> i know. it means that you're not going to it anymore. >> julie: ah. right now people get canceled. what do you think that you've ever done that could get you canceled? ethan, you're in the hot seat. do you want to know why? you're a white male. [ laughter ] >> hm. >> julie: hm, that's right. say it. "i'm a white male." >> i'm a white male. >> julie: is this something against white men? >> is this something against white men? >> julie: what did white men ever do to you? >> what did white men ever do to
you? >> julie: you're good, ethan, you're really good. what do you think could ever get -- have you ever hugged anyone too long? >> um -- sometimes my parents -- >> julie: there it is. what if your mother said, ethan, you're canceled! what do you say? >> what did white males ever do to you? [ laughter and applause ] >> julie: i think our lunches are going to come in in a minute. i want you to see how i treat people on set. okay? freddie? freddie? where's my salad? >> here's your salad, miss bowen. >> julie: oh. freddie, this is my class. they were wanting to learn a lot about the business. so i was going to -- i said no walnuts! pick it up. how'd you guys like that? that was good, right? >> good job! >> good job! >> julie: he's nobody, he's nothing, they'll replace him tomorrow. watch.
he has to deal with it. i just stand here. >> you're good! >> julie: thank you! >> you're welcome. >> julie: okay. now who wants to be first? hot. >> i want to see. >> julie: okay. yeah! >> i don't like lettuce! >> julie: you heard him, freddie. get him a salad with no red lettuce. who else wants to go? >> oh, me. >> julie: this is very important stuff, guys. i'm really proud of you. >> freddie, i asked for no tomatoes! pick it up now! >> julie: beautiful, absolutely beautiful. amani, are you ready? >> thank you, freddie. [ audience aww'ing ] [ laughter ] >> julie: yes! i'm so proud of you. you know what, we call that a misdirect. and you did it.
you are a wonderful little actress. i have to wrap up this class now, because my time is incredibly valuable and this is sort of like a social service. so we're going to cut it short now. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> julie: freddie, there's so much lettuce on the [ bleep ] floor. [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: oh my goodness. we have such a good show for you tonight. from the new movie "the kissing booth 3," jacob elordi is here. [ cheers and applause ] we've got music from my favorite, ashe. and we will be right back with minnie driver! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by applebee's. ♪ got that bourbon street steak with the oreo shake ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> julie: welcome back to "jimmy kimmel live," i'm julie bowen. tonight, from the new movie "kissing booth 3" on netflix, jacob elordi is here. [ cheers and applause ] then later, someone whose songs we sing around the house a lot, like a whole lot, her new album is called "ashlyn." music from ashe. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, a man i once kissed, sean hayes, that's true, will be hosting with his guests awkwafina and keke palmer, with music from daryl hall and john oates. i'm psyched for that. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i can't go for that, no ♪ our first guest is an oscar and emmy nominated actress, podcaster, and the only singing
bond girl in that franchise's history. you can see her star in the season two premiere episode of "modern love" which is now available on amazon prime video. please welcome the stunning, gorgeous, talented minnie driver! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hello! >> julie: this is my first time doing this, i'm so lucky that you came. >> you have such grown-up glasses on. >> julie: i'm blind as a bat, i think it's called old, but thank you. >> you look very cute. also, i could be here for a job interview. >> julie: you could be, and we're six feet apart, so you're not going to get it. [ laughter ] >> right, i'm not going to get the job or i'm not going to get the delta variant? >> julie: you won't get either. i don't know if you listened to the monologue but i saved a
woman named minnie last week. >> we often need saving. [ laughter ] i'm glad you -- i'm so glad you -- >> julie: when was the last time you needed saving, minnie driver? >> oh. so i surf quite a lot. and i definitely got into a little bit of a pickle. about a month ago. >> julie: what happened? >> i just got caught when there was a -- >> julie: between like a shark and a rock? [ laughter ] >> no, no, not at all. i needed someone to tell me where to sit so that i wasn't going to get crushed by the set coming in. >> julie: wait a minute, where to sit? or where to set? >> where to sit. >> julie: sit? >> while the set. >> julie: i see. >> came through. >> julie: you can see why it's confusing. [ laughter ] where to sit for the set. you've been surfing since you were a baby, right? >> i've been surfing for -- not quite a baby but a long time. listen, you can never disrespect mother ocean. >> julie: no, absolutely not. that's why i don't surf. >> you don't. >> julie: and i don't sit on a set.
i sit on a set, but not a set of waves. that is an insane thing. you know, i mean, they might not know, but did we meet on "modern family" or through our friend? >> we then met through -- >> julie: yes, we did meet on the set of "modern family." we played old friends and it felt really, really real and good. everyone was a little in love with you, and i didn't like it. [ laughter ] i was a little jealous, i'll admit it. >> it was so fun. >> julie: you're just like the tall -- you meet people, you're like, she's so real, she's so cool, i want to be her. then you show up and i'm like, i want her to go away immediately. [ laughter ] but one of the things we bonded over later, we both have boys. >> yes. >> julie: you have one, and i have three. >> yeah, you have -- i think my sister has three kids and she said -- >> julie: you think your sister has three kids? [ laughter ] >> no, she does. i'm sorry, i was thinking of what my sister was saying. she definitely has three kids. she says one is one, two is like
four, and three is -- you might as well have ten. >> julie: no, you just go from having expectations of your life being organized in any reasonable fashion, to just having the lowest standards ever. you're like, skid marks on the the underwear? turn them inside out. [ laughter and applause ] one of the things i find hard with my boys is finding anything in common as far as pop culture, music. do you and your -- is it henry? >> henry. >> julie: does henry like the same things? >> henry, he's got funny programming. because he's -- my boyfriend is mad about '80s movies and music. >> julie: oh, fun. >> particularly alan silvestri, who you will know composed the score to many wonderful films including "romancing the stone." i'll often hear henry in the shower humming the tune to "romancing the stone." >> julie: you can see my mouth on the ground. because my boys only listen to
violent graphic music and my approach is to just let it go when we're in the car. and then i pause and i go, "let's talk about what we just heard." [ laughter ] "what is she doing in the shower on her knees?" [ laughter ] >> i do it in the films we're watching. we watch these movies, like every -- the representation of women in these films is unbelievable. because they're either the buttoned-up mom who nobody's having sex with and nobody wants to have sex with, or they're in crazily inappropriate clothing with -- and i'm constantly pausing and going, "now listen." [ laughter ] just because she has large, beautiful breasts, she may also have something to say. we'll never know because we're so busy looking at her boobs." [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: what do you do? it's a tale as old as time. the madonna/whore complex. and you have to explain, "mommy is somewhere in the middle."
[ laughter ] i'm just somewhere in the middle. i remember a long time ago -- did you move, like away? we used to live near each other. >> yes. >> julie: then you moved to a -- >> i live in a small community in malibu. >> julie: a small community. you want to tell us about your small community? i have some questions. >> i live in a really beautiful mobile home park. and i've lived there for 20 years. and jay leno genuinely used to make fun of me, like really, and he would never let it go -- >> julie: you know why jay leno was making fun of it, because he wants to know if those mobile homes were mobile. wha good are they if they're not moving? >> they are ostensibly. you could split them in half and put them on the back of a flatbed truck. you could do that. >> julie: they're supposed to drive, you should be able to get in and turn a key, no? >> that's a trailer. you go into a trailer every time in between filming. >> julie: yes, i know. [ laughter ] >> you've been doing this a long time, you don't need me to tell
you because you have a big trailer. [ laughter ] >> julie: i thought mobile homes meant it was on wheels and you could turn a key -- >> no, it means that you could pick it up and put it onto a truck with wheels. >> julie: i could do almost anything if i could pick it up and put it on a truck. >> by the way, exactly. and that's pretty much how i live my life. actually, i can do anything because i live in a house that could go with me. >> julie: that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] i want more of that and we will get more. we'll be right back after this break with minnie driver. [ cheers and applause ] you guys got any signal? i've only got one bar, dad. huh. anything? i think it's getting weaker. experience hybrid performance that takes you further. what about now? nope. anything? i've got nothing. perfect. and feel what it's like to truly connect. at the lexus golden opportunity sales event.
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think i'm crazy. but here, who cares? it's like i can feel your presence. [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: wow. welcome back. minnie driver. minnie, i was doing my homework because i wanted to be a good host. and i thought "modern love" was fluffy and light so i did what i always do. i was watching it in the gym on the bike. i want to show you what happened. [ laughter ] i'm not kidding. it is the saddest, most heart-wrenching thing in the world. and you are so beautiful in it. >> oh, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] that's so nice. it is a really sad, beautiful story. with some hope at the end. >> julie: but it's based on, like, a real thing that happened? >> yeah, yeah. >> julie: from the articles in "the new york times." >> yeah, yeah. it started out as a column in "the new york times," then it became a podcast, now they've made this beautiful tv show. we shot it all in ireland. it was amazing. >> julie: if any of you need to get your cry on, men, if you need to do your annual cry, anything, this is -- but it's
beautiful. it's also captivating and gorgeous. but i sobbed and sobbed like a baby. thank you for that. >> you're welcome. >> julie: i'm pounds lighter. [ applause ] i have a question. because -- all right. as a palate cleanser, after all that crying and being sad, you have a podcast that you do? >> i do, yes. >> julie: tell me about the podcast. >> it was, you know, a covid baby. during covid we had to try and find things to do to be creative. >> julie: yes. >> i did a few things and i decided i wanted to do a podcast. everyone has a podcast. but i heart worked brilliant and encouraging. i decided to ask the same seven questions to a variety of different interesting people. and i've done that. i've spoken to tony blair, who was, you know, prime minister of the uk, and viola davis, who is just basically the queen. >> julie: dave grohl? >> dave grohl, who is the joker. [ laughter ] >> julie: you asked them all the
same question? >> yes. >> julie: did tony blair and dave grohl answer all their questions exactly the same? [ laughter ] >> they did not. this is why i'm open hoping it will be something of a cultural anthology where you can cross-reference and go what grew out of a personal disaster for dave grohl? what grew out of a personal disaster for tony blair? >> julie: i've got some thoughts. who were you the most nervous to interview for that? >> you know, i think viola davis. honestly, she's my -- she's the top of the top of the top. i do the same thing for a living. >> julie: i did a commercial with her with miss piggy. [ laughter ] we were in the bathroom. it was a miss piggy -- i don't remember. it was for a car, i think. but there's viola davis. and i just was like, she sees through me, she can see my soul! >> it was a brilliant podcast. if i may say so, she was a brilliant guest. >> julie: you've done one season. how many episodes? >> oh my god, at this point -- i
mean, i've done -- i feel like 25? >> julie: oh my god, that's a lot. >> yeah. i'm about to take a little break. because i've got to go to work. on a set. >> julie: oh, very mysterious, minnie. is it porn? [ laughter ] >> it's not porn. not this week. >> julie: ah. well, i have an idea. i was thinking, because for next season, if you've already done 25 of these episodes of the same seven questions, maybe i can pose some new ones for you. >> oh, god. >> julie: do you want to hear some? what is the most useless fruit? [ laughter ] >> the spiky one that no one ever buys. >> yes. i know what you mean. dragon fruit. >> that's the one. >> julie: that's the one. have you ever been sexually attracted to a math equation? >> yeah, pi gets me hot. [ laughter ] >> julie: yeah. i mean, i could go on and on and on. i'm only going to ask one more. would you rather read on the toilet or be able to pee anywhere you want in a library?
[ laughter ] >> i don't want to pee in a library! no. read on the toilet. what? >> julie: you're so sensible. thank you, minnie. [ cheers and applause ] i'll leave these with you. thank you so much. season 2 premiere episode of "modern love" is available now on amazon prime video. i cannot recommend it enough. we'll be back with jacob elordi. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [band plays] ♪ a place where everyone lives life well-protected. ♪ and even when things go a bit wrong, we've got your back. here, things work the way you wish they would. and better protection costs a whole lot less. you're in good hands with allstate. click or call for a lower auto rate today.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> julie: welcome back. you know our next guest as nate, the troubled american teen who can't seem to find his shirt. from the hit show "euphoria." in real life he's a calm, grown-ass australian man. so, joke's on us. [ laughter ] you can watch him in the third and final "kissing booth" movie out on netflix now. please say g'day to jacob elordi. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> julie: jacob. guess what? >> what? >> julie: this is your first talk show appearance in the flesh, did you know that? [ cheers and applause ]
i know you knew it, but it's my first time hosting, so this is like my parents on their wedding night, the blind leading the blind. [ laughter ] >> right, yeah. i'm so nervous. >> julie: are you? >> oh my goodness. you said calm? calm australian man? i was like, no, i'm a nervous boy. [ laughter ] >> julie: what are you nervous about? >> oh, goodness. i think everything. you. i'm such a huge fan of you. i actually had a crush on you when i was younger. [ cheers and applause ] >> julie, julie -- >> julie: it's okay. i can't even. what an angel. oh my god. i'm supposed to ask you all these questions but my head's all a-flutter. [ laughter ] everyone thinks you're american because you do really good american. >> thank you. >> julie: how do you do it? >> well -- you know, i think it, then i say it. [ laughter ] >> julie: did you learn it? did you learn american? >> i did. >> julie: in school? >> when i was -- all about media in australia is american, so we
have an advantage in that way. when i was younger i decided i wanted to be an actor. and there was no way i was going to come here and not be able to do the accent. and i listened to a lot of eminem. [ laughter ] i was an enormous eminem fan, yeah. >> julie: all right. well, we drummed up a picture of you. >> oh. >> julie: as eminem. as we can see, there he is. [ cheers and applause ] dedicated to his craft from an early age. this is how you learned. would you be able to do a few lines of "lose yourself"? [ cheers and applause ] you are adorable, i am sleeping with this picture, stop. [ laughter ] >> "lose yourself"? >> julie: i'll do it with you. >> so the chorus, right? ♪ lose yourself in the music, the moment ♪ ♪ you own it, better never let it go ♪ ♪ you only get one shot do not
miss your chance to blow ♪ ♪ opportunity comes once in a lifetime yo ♪ ♪ know what i mean ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: i mean, it doesn't get much better than that. your parents are still down in australia? did they come with you? >> they're in australia. >> julie: were you down there for covid? >> i was. i went home for six months when it first happened. i kind of heard that l.a. was closing down and i was like i'm going home. >> julie: you heard it? because you were here and they were like get out. >> doctors and everyone, people were addressing the country, it sounded like a movie. >> julie: you went down there. >> yes. >> julie: what did you -- how did you express your aussie-dom? >> i went back to my roots. i always have a short back and sides because of the movies i'm on. >> julie: he means a haircut. [ laughter ] >> yeah, a haircut. i'd always wanted a mullet. and my mom never let me have one because she wanted me to be like a gentleman. >> julie: she wanted you to be a gentleman?
>> yeah, presentable. >> julie: so apparently you won this one. you got yourself a mullet, jacob elordi. [ cheers and applause ] where i'm from, i'm from baltimore where lacrosse is really big. we call this helmet hair. [ laughter ] >> my girlfriend within a week -- >> julie: girlfriend? [ laughter ] >> within a week of us dating she cut it off. she took me to the bathroom, she got scissors out, she cut it off. she said, you're cute but not like -- >> julie: you're cute, but not that cute? [ laughter ] you can't carry that off. well, apparently, though, there was one young woman who was rather taken with your mullet. and she tweeted this. she said, and i quote, "my type is so specific that i'm only attracted to jacob elordi when he's full aussie" -- you're going to have to translate -- "buying cruisers with a mullet and a cd breather mo at a bottle oh.
no other jacob elordi pics for me." what are cruisers? >> it's like a -- what do you call them? a cooler? it's like vodka and syrupy juice. >> julie: oh, like a wine cooler? >> like a wine cooler. i had forgotten that i was a working actor. [ laughter ] i'd been with my friends a little too long. so the bottler was -- the liquor store. >> julie: the bottler? >> the bottler. the mo thing she said is insane. it's a moustache. i had a moustache and a mullet. and i was buying wine coolers. >> julie: oh, my god. at the bottler? >> at the bottler. >> julie: it's a good story. did you enjoy being down there with your parents? >> i did, it was a complete reset. i'd been working the whole time up until then. >> julie: you did -- let's see. what can you tell us about -- apparently "euphoria's" got a season 2. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> julie: we're very excited. i've already seen "the kissing booth 2." 3, sorry.
2 and 3. i saw that. and it ends very satisfyingly, i have to say. don't you think? >> yeah. >> julie: and you're fully clothed. >> i specifically asked. >> julie: you said, can we end this where we don't see my nipples? [ laughter ] >> yeah. i need to have a shirt on. unless i'm in a swimming pool or a shower, please. >> julie: let's have reason to take our shirts off. >> it was getting ridiculous. [ laughter ] >> julie: i'm always saying that. >> it was insane. >> julie: he ends it, if you haven't seen it, he ends it fully clothed. in "euphoria" clothed or nipple-y? [ laughter ] >> not very clothed. less clothed. >> julie: less clothed. what else can you tell us? >> oh, man. >> julie: come on. >> we're shooting right now. i was filming yesterday, i'm filming tomorrow. >> julie: who's dead? [ laughter ] >> it's insane. it's just insane. but it's like a completely different show. >> julie: i only have one question. and then we have to say good-bye to you. i don't know why, it's very sad. [ laughter ] do they use stunt penises on that show?
[ laughter ] >> yes. >> julie: what? >> yeah. yeah. yes, so eric's penis, it's not his real penis, it's a stunt penis. when you come into the makeup trailer, they're all kind of set up. >> julie: no! [ laughter ] >> yeah. the makeup artists have to do makeup on the penis. >> julie: to make them look veiny? >> yes, and penis checks, they get down and start checking the penis. >> julie: this was nowhere on your cards. [ laughter ] this was your first talk show, but let me tell you, you lead with the [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> julie: thank you, jacob. "kissing booth 3" is now on netflix. we'll be right back with music from ashe. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and one we explore one that's been paved and one that's forever wild but freedom
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what people say you know i won't ♪ ♪ force you to stay don't want you to go but i'll be okay ♪ ♪ and i'll love you always ♪ ♪ mmm ♪ ♪ and i don't know if you'll ever come back, but i won't ever ♪ ♪ ask cause that's selfish mm-hmm and i've not come to terms i might never ♪ ♪ feel whole again i'll be broken when you're gone ♪
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>> julie: that is all the time we have. i want to thank minnie driver, jacob elordi, ashe, and of course jimmy kimmel. tomorrow night, sean hayes will host with his guests awkwafina, keke palmer, with music from daryl hall and john oates. "nightline" is next. thanks for watching. good night! [ cheers and applause ]
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