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appreciate your time. jimmy kimmel. >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, octavia spencer, ramon rodriguez, and music from renee rapp. with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome. very good, thank you. hi, there, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you. thank you for watching, thank you for joining us and standing out in the rain. it was another dark and stormy day here in southern california. this has been going on for more than a week now, which is a problem.
none of us have more than one rain outfit. [ laughter ] we've got one, we wear it, and that's supposed to be it. but women in l.a. have been forced to carry their purse dogs around in zip-loc bags. [ laughter ] pouring all night. i don't know if it's ever rained this hard here before, right? >> guillermo: no. >> jimmy: my whole house is leaking, my children are frighted. to be honest, i'm frightened. i looked out the window, i told my wife, "i think we're going to die today." [ laughter ] congratulations to the georgia bulldogs. [ cheers and applause ] who clobbered texas christian university last night to win the college football championship for the second year in a row. the game was here in l.a., but this was the scene in athens, georgia. [ laughter ] where fans and presumably students set a -- were literally fired up, they set a christmas tree aflame. and then were jumping over it, doing all the dumb things that college kids do. and then this guy. [ laughter ] his parents must be very proud.
he's going right on santa's naughty list for this. [ laughter ] because that seems unsafe, but it turned out okay. no fatalities. the final score was 65-7. so maybe there was one fatality. [ cheers and applause ] not only does that make georgia national champions, they also score a win for the "unintentional joke of the day" today. >> with where you guys are standingdown there, the georgia bulldogs are about to come right in your face. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well. stand somewhere else, then! [ applause ] now, this is crazy. so after all the everything about donald trump and the 15 boxes of documents he has scattered around mar-a-lago, last night cbs news reported that joe biden left a handful of classified documents from when he was vice president in his private office at the university of pennsylvania. the documents were discovered by his lawyers. they were packing up files, they found these documents.
they contacted the national archives. they reported what they found. there are said to be just under a dozen documents related to ukraine, iran, and the uk. for the maga crowd, this was like christmas and the mcrib coming back at the same time. [ laughter ] >> fox news alert, joe biden, the president of the united states, has allegedly mishandled classified documents. >> ten classified documents from joe biden's vice presidential days have been discovered in his office. >> he had zero authority to declassify those documents or take them with him. >> joe biden conceivably stole those documents. >> the vice president actually has rules to follow as per declassification. that's not true for a president. but anyone less than a president has to follow rules. >> that's a serious issue. >> what a double standard, where's the fbi? there should be battering rams knocking down his door. >> so far, no hysteria. at all. whatsoever. >> is the justice department going to send in the fbi? the fbi's hostage rescue team? [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: is he wearing a retainer? what's going on with his teeth? [ laughter ] anyway. he was very proud of himself. they all were. daddy donnie moved in on this like a bitch too. "when is the fbi going to raid the many homes of joe biden?" it's like his dream come true. while it's alarming when you realize how much of our national security relies on old men keeping track of loose pages. [ laughter ] i really think we need to break this down. be specific about what happened in each case. you know, the day the biden documents were discovered, the white house counsel's office notified the national archives. they took possession of them the following morning. which is slightly different from how it went down with trump, who lied about even having the documents, then refused to give them up, said they were his, which forced the fbi to come search his wedding venue/house and take them from him. [ laughter ] still, the republicans aren't entirely wrong about this. we didn't have two sets of rules. we can't hold trump accountable for leaving documents around and not biden.
and i have to say, i think what we need to do, we need to do it right now. we need to get those two, donald trump, joe biden, put them in a cell together. [ laughter ] have video cameras surveilling live on television 24 hours a day. we get ryan seacrest to host it. [ laughter ] then we watch as they either tear each other apart or get along. then maybe we will stop tearing each other apart and get along too. [ cheers and applause ] this could be the thing. it's the only reasonable solution, right, guillermo? >> guillermo: right, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you for even paying attention. [ laughter and applause ] there needs to be a better system than having these files in a box. you know how they say everything you ever need know you learned in kindergarten? in this case you learned it in the fourth grade. >> uh -- in my old office. >> in a shoebox by the golf course. >> in a birthday card from mawmaw. >> in my butt. >> up his butt. >> where are your classified documents? keep all your documents organized and safe.
>> turn them into kitty litter. happy birthday, betsy ross. >> the presidential trapper keeper only from meet. >> available at walgreens. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a simple trapper keeper could solve all of these problems. meanwhile, in fulton county, georgia, the special grand jury that's been looking into whether team trump interfered with the 2020 election has concluded their investigation. that means a trump indictment could soon be on the way even though he continues to insist he did nothing wrong, calling the georgia secretary of state on the phone and asking him to find votes to make him win the election. trump wrote, "as has been stated many times concerning the world's longest-running witch hunt, my phone call to georgia officials were perfect, perhaps even more so than my perfect call to the president of ukraine, which led to complete victory." and impeachment hoax number one. i like the other time he committed a crime against democracy for no reason at all. just in case you've forgotten i made bigly terrible calls in the past. [ laughter ]
he continued," even "the washington post" apologized for their incorrect statements. secretary of state challenging election integrity or lack thereof, which my right/duty. many people on the call and nobody hung up or was offended." no, because they were busy recording you. [ laughter ] committing multiple crimes over the telephone. they taped the whole thing. a hearing is scheduled for january 24th to determine if the report will be made public. i don't know if we even -- why do we need the report? trump's on tape saying he wants them to find 11,000 votes he didn't get. it's going to be the shortest report ever. "yep, he said that, go get him." that's the report. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know about you, there's so much, i'm exhausted by all these investigations. if i was watching this on netflix, this would be the point where i skip to the end credits to the part where they explain the bad guy's nine years into a 30-year prison sentence now. [ laughter ] with trump on the ropes, the right-wing crank channels have to find new things to get mad about.
newsmax, these guys are working around the clock to get americans mad. in this case, about short people. >> "the new york times," the academic leftists, the eco warriors, they want you to mate with shorter people to save the planet. by shrinking the needs of subsequent generations. i'm not kidding. the left wants you to hook up with little people to fight climate change. leave your wife, leave your husband, and find a tiny person. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well. this is good news for you, guillermo, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: yes, yes! >> jimmy: the left wants you to have a baby with a dwarf, and that's not all they're up to. >> he's really, really anti-milk, pro-soy, anti-beef-eating liberals want you to mate with psychopaths. literally little madmen. some of the most violent, disturbing, annoying people in history were quite short. hillary clinton, 5'6", you know her deal.
>> jimmy: you can't argue with science, it's right there on the chart. [ laughter ] some graphic. hillary, mussolini, herve villechaize, kevin hart, all up to no good. [ laughter ] prince harry's royal memoir came out today. and it is a tell-all to the most extreme degree. harry covers his mother, stepmother, brother, sister-in-law, his father the king, who harry says carried what he described as a teddy bear everywhere he goes. he still carries this. the teddy bear is something charles has had since his traumatic days at boarding school, where he was bullied, probably for carrying a teddy bear. [ laughter ] who knows, it's almost like having everything handed to you for your whole life makes you weird. not only was the hardcover released today, the audiobook also came out. you can hear the whole teddy bear story straight from the prince's mouth. >> my primary perception of pa's teddy was one of grudging resentment. it was widely understood that
frizzybobble was third in line for the crown. i detested that woolly little wanker. his itty bitty booties and dead eyes. i detested that little wanker. i resolved myself to behead lord cuddlebuster at once. on boxing day, while papa was fussing over his pippen and fizz, i seized the shaggy scoundrel and cried, "prepare, little bear, to be unstuffed." i clawed and scratched until my pantaloons were soggy bottoms and the creature's vile little head popped off. not so snuggly now, you manky wie tosser. pa cried that night and had none there to cuddle him. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: it really makes you feel some empathy for all of them. over in england, the whole country is mad at harry. the tabloids, stop this royal circus. reconcile, you sold your soul. these british tabloids, they're something else. they do everything they can to dig and sneak and violate every
crevice of that palace to get my little morsel of royal gossip they can, then the prince puts it all in a book and they're furious. [ laughter ] he's betrayed the crown! i mentioned an excerpt from the book last week where prince harry wrote about having frostbite on his penis, which he calls a todger, which is weird. because i call my penis prince harry. [ laughter ] over there it's called a todger. all this todger talk got us thinking about men having pet names for their private parts. we took those thoughts to hollywood boulevard to ask men, walking by our studio, what is your nickname for your penis? we're going to make a game out of this. we'll see a man introduce himself. as a group we'll try to guess what he calls his penis. okay? format's multiple choice. let's meet our first pedestrian. >> my name is tim. i'm a kiwi and i'm from new zealand. >> tim, do you have a nickname for your penis? >> oh! for my penis? okay. a nickname -- i like to go by -- >> jimmy: all right, is tim's
penis named -- yeah? audience? a lot of ds. let's find out. >> ratatouille. >> why ratatouille? >> for me, it's all about texture and it's all about taste, right? the two things that the ratatouille embodies. for me, that's where the nickname comes from. >> jimmy: very well thought out, tim. who do we have next? >> lakunba wallace, akron, ohio. >> do you have a nickname for your penis? >> yes. >> jimmy: is this gentleman's name -- who really cares what the answer is? let's find out. [ laughter ] >> hook. but i didn't name it. i didn't do that. someone else named it. hook. >> does it curve to the right? >> no, straight, actually. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then that makes no sense.
a tribute to dustin hoffman? [ laughter ] our next contestant is? >> josh reid, azle, texas. >> do you have a nickname for your penis? >> as a matter of fact, i do. >> and what is it? >> jimmy: does this proud tcu fan call his fellow -- all right, again, we're mixed. its nickname is? >> old willie. >> why is that? >> because it's little, it's nasty, and it's ugly. >> jimmy: his honesty is refreshing. next we have? >> dominique, los angeles, california. >> do you have a nickname for your penis? >> yeah, i do. >> what is it? >> jimmy: all right what the dominique's? all right, we have a lot of cs. take it away, dominique.
>> jumanji. >> jumanji? >> yeah. >> can you spell that? >> j-u-m manji. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right, j-u-m manji. and finally -- >> frisco from bakersfield, california. >> do you have a nickname for your penis? >> i do not but my girlfriend does, in fact, have one. >> and what is it? >> jimmy: what does francisco's girlfriend call it? guillermo says the hulk. survey says? >> she calls it the hulk. >> because it's mad? >> yeah. >> jimmy: also because it's green. it's always the quiet ones. you know? all right. we have a good show for you tonight. from "will trent," the new show, ramon rodriguez is here. [ cheers and applause ] we have music from renee rapp. and we'll be right back with octavia spencer, so stick around! so stick around!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, from the new show "will trent" which you can watch here on abc, ramon rodriguez is with us. [ cheers and applause ] later, he is an actor -- this is their ep, "everything to everyone." renee rapp from the mercedes eq stage. tomorrow night we'll be joined by bryan cranston and ronny chieng with music from danielle ponder so please join us for all of that. our first guest tonight is an oscar and golden globe winner. you can see her solving crimes with a microphone and a pair of beads. a podcaster in
season three premieres january 20th on apple tv plus. please welcome octavia spencer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> very good to be here, be seen in person. >> jimmy: hey, i want to say congratulations to you. because there was a big deal here in our neighborhood not so long ago, like last month, i think. >> yes. >> jimmy: you received a star on the hollywood walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: which is -- i would imagine that you are tickled by that, yeah? >> there's nothing that compares to it, quite honestly. i mean, you know -- you get awards and they sit in your house. i mean, let me tell you, it's great. [ laughter ] but no one else gets to enjoy that with you. when you walk down the walk of fame, you know -- it's electric.
you're part of the community. >> jimmy: yeah, you're like, "hey, look, they're vomiting on my name!" [ laughter ] >> i've never loved vomit so much. the gum, i love it. i'm going to be out there cleaning it. >> jimmy: who's in your neighborhood, what other stars, did you notice? >> it's really crazy. all the people that are around me are people that i absolutely am obsessed with. >> jimmy: oh. >> angela lansbury. i love "murder she wrote," i've seen every episode. chaka khan. dean martin. >> jimmy: wow. >> and holly robinson peete. we grew up -- ♪ down on jump street ♪ >> jimmy: so that's a good spot. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's really close to us here, just a couple of blocks. i think we have a live shot of your star right now. [ laughter ] there it is. well, you know. you know, octavia, the good news is it's clean. >> it's clean. it's definitely clean. >> jimmy: you had a couple of friends, traditionally what you do is ask a couple of famous friends to come and speak on your behalf. your friends were allison janney
and will ferrell. [ cheers and applause ] a long time?wn both of them for- >> i -- allison janney was a part of my start kit. i mean, we -- i met her within six months of moving here 27 years ago. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> so she's family at this point. >> jimmy: where did you meet her? >> i met her through a mutual friend, tate taylor, he's kind of the mayor of everywhere. tate introduced me to janney. i've been a fan of will's. we worked together on "spirited." he's stuck with me now, poor thing. >> jimmy: he's the best. yeah, he's a great guy. allison i think has a star on the hollywood walk of fame? >> yes, she does. >> jimmy: so now you guys really made it after knowing each other as young kids? >> it's kind of crazy, you know? i don't take it lightly. i joke, but all of us kind of started out, you know, together. and we -- we've just been in each other's lives. >> jimmy: were you working together at that time or what? >> we worked -- i mean, no.
we kind worked on all of our friends who were writing things. melissa mccarthy -- >> jimmy: i know, a very good friend of yours. >> yeah, we're all very good friends. i met melissa and ben through tate. >> jimmy: oh, wow. did he get invited? >> he was there, he was there. >> jimmy: he was, okay, good. >> i call them the old gangsters. the og crowd was there. >> jimmy: yeah. did you and allison hit it off right away? >> no. >> jimmy: no? >> we kind of found out we liked the same guy. >> jimmy: oh, was it tate? >> i'm never going to say who it was. >> jimmy: oh, oh. now this is fun, okay. [ laughter ] was it scott baio? tv chachi? >> it was definitely chachi. >> jimmy: it was? >> no, no. >> jimmy: was it lorenzo lamas? >> how could you not like lorenzo lamas? >> jimmy: what year are we talking about? >> we're talking about -- what was on tv in the 1996? >> jimmy: oh, it's a tv star. >> i didn't say that. i was saying what was on tv?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: was it harry hamlin? >> it was prince harry. >> jimmy: oh, it was prince harry, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i love prince harry even to this day. >> jimmy: sure, yeah. did you hear about his todger? [ laughter ] he's got frostbite on it, very sad story. [ laughter ] i wish that was a joke. it isn't. [ laughter ] last time you were here -- maybe the time before, i don't remember when it was. but in between those times, you were telling me, which surprised me, that you were like a big marvel comics nerd. >> oh, i am. >> jimmy: you love marvel comics. >> definitely. >> jimmy: you love the movies? >> i love the movies. >> jimmy: you love the whole deal. in the meantime, we found out that you were in the first big spider-man movie with tobey maguire. >> yeah, check-in girl. >> jimmy: you were check-in girl. we have a clip. >> oh, no you don't. >> next! there's no featherweight division, small fry. next! >> no, sign me up. >> okay.
you understand the nywl is not responsible for any injury you may and probably will sustain while participating in said event, and you are indeed participating under your own free will? >> yes. >> down the hall to the ramp, may god be with you. next! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think that was a sony movie. now that they've merged, you're probably part of the marvel cinematic universe. >> oh! >> jimmy: maybe you're a hero. maybe they could make a standalone check-in girl movie. >> maybe not a standalone check-in girl movie. >> jimmy: i'm thinking we start with standalone, then maybe do a group thing. >> talk them into a group thing. >> jimmy: yeah. you could have hat lady, check-in girl. [ laughter ] >> no, i don't want to share with hat lady. >> jimmy: you don't want to be hat lady? >> i should run dr. octopus' lab or venom's lab. >> jimmy: you'd want to be on the bad side? >> well, not the -- well, maybe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> i want to be on the avenging side.
they're the ones who come back. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, right. you don't want to run dr. octopus' lab, probably. >> you know, octavia, octopus, "o." >> jimmy: oh, i see. oh, yeah, of course. otto octavia. >> otto. maybe i could play it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i don't think they use your real names in the movie. >> no, they wouldn't, they wouldn't. these are dreams, guys. i want to don the tights. >> jimmy: was the guy you and allison were in love with, is that -- was it weird al by any chance? [ laughter ] >> it might have been, it might have been. i love weird al. i still do. it might have been. >> jimmy: weird allison, i see what's going on. there's a lot of stuff -- okay. we're going to take a break. your show which i mentioned, we're going to see a clip. the show is called "truth be told." it's on apple tv plus. octavia spencer is with us. we'll be right back. my moderae plaque psoriasis...
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the faces you see before you are all missing girls from oakland with families who want them home. this is drea spivey, a student at this very school who went missing almost four days ago, but the search party for her had very little police support. we came to ask why. why? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is octavia spencer. wielding a bullhorn in "truth be told."
the show, the idea, is you play a podcaster who solves actual murders? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: which -- does that -- i mean, are there any podcasters in real life solving murders? there's a lot on tv now. >> i imagine, honestly, yeah. because it's one of those things that i kind of -- i have to solve a mystery every night before i go to bed. there's a faction of type "a" women, that's what we do. >> jimmy: isn't that an interesting thing? why do you think that is? why do you think you have that inclination? >> i know for me it's organic to my upbringing. i had a first grade teacher, i'm dyslexic, and i had a first grade teacher who introduced mysteries to me to keep me engaged with the text. >> jimmy: really? >> so i read all of "encyclopedia brown," "nancy drew," "hardy boys." so i solved mysteries every day as a kid. it kind of bled into my adult life. i was reading so much crime, i
read "helter skelter" when i was 11. >> jimmy: what? >> i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: did you really? >> i didn't realize it was inappropriate until i realized it was inappropriate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, you had "nancy drew" and "hardy boys" and "helter skelter" on the same shelf? >> not on the same shelf. i just -- the thing is, once you read them all -- i read everything. "the boxcar kids," everything. which was good. because it could have gone the other way. i could have been a child that didn't read. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> and so -- but i stayed with mysteries, and then i started falling in love with thrillers. yeah, i read "helter skelter." too young. >> jimmy: were you traumatized by that? are there certain parts of the book you still remember? >> there are certain parts of the book that i still remember. the violence definitely was something that i was shocked by. and a little traumatized by. >> jimmy: did you know it was true? >> i -- you know what, i thought it was about -- the beatles had that song.
and i thought, oh. well, you know. and it has nothing to do with the song. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: something, yeah. yeah, right. >> "helter skelter." >> jimmy: i remember that book being on our shelf, a paperback copy of that book. i remember kind of being scared of it when i'd see it. >> i remember it was yellow with red writing. >> jimmy: red writing, that's right, that's exactly right, yeah. so now it's -- doing this is a little bit of, as you mentioned, kind of a childhood dream come true? >> it is a childhood dream come true. >> jimmy: do you listen to those podcasts also now? >> i do. it's natural to me. now that there's all of these channels, you know, designated for people to watch. it's kind of -- i'm a little unnerved because -- then i realize, well, you also are consuming this content. but i realize that at the center of it, though, all of these crimes are real people. i don't ever do it for entertainment. >> jimmy: right. >> i do it because i have to figure out who's the murderer. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: somewhere you've
decided it's pushing buttons that make you enjoy it in some way, right? >> it's investigative. if i weren't in this industry, i would definitely be, you know, in law, lawyer, something -- >> jimmy: you would be an investigator of some kind? you feel there are murderers running free because you chose to go into acting? [ laughter ] and perhaps -- there might be dozens of people still alive now had you not been so selfish and decided that. [ laughter ] >> i think i have something to contribute by playing a detective. >> jimmy: do you have a favorite criminologist? do you follow it that closely? >> i do. >> jimmy: you do? >> i was madly in -- okay. it was christmas. you know how they cancel flights? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was flying back to alabama, and they bumped me up to first class. >> jimmy: okay. >> and they sat me next to someone that i thought i recognized. but when they came back to offer the entree, they said, "mr. douglas."
and i was like, mr. douglas? is that jon douglas? who started the fbi behavioral science unit? and i read his book, "mind hunter." >> jimmy: you recognized him from that? >> completely. >> jimmy: wow. >> and i talked his head off, poor thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did? >> i did. i wanted to know about all the criminals. you know, and he obliged. he was so kind. >> jimmy: he did. did you get the sense that he'd ever been recognized by anyone before? >> i was so excited that i didn't care. >> jimmy: you didn't care. >> i was like, oh my god! >> jimmy: is this when you're a famous person at the time? >> no, this was, like, 20 years ago. >> jimmy: oh, wow. and have you had any contact with him? >> no. but i'd like to. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is he still around? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's alive? >> he's alive. i mean, the way they solve crimes now with profilers, that all began with him and compiling, you know, all of the behaviors that all of these guys had in common. so that's kind of what i was fascinated by. >> jimmy: wow, all right.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. music from renee rapp is on the way. earlier tonight, our next guest did two impressive things. solved crimes and brought back the three-piece suit. his new show is called "will trent." it airs tuesday nights at 10:00 here on abc. please welcome ramon rodriguez! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's funny to see you in person. i've been seeing you you on a million billboards. i have a five-mile drive to work
and i see you 35 times. >> i am so sorry that you have to see -- my mug is like this, you're getting nostril action and pores and all that kind of stuff, but a beautiful chihuahua as well. >> jimmy: a beautiful chihuahua. that's right. here's a photo that you took with your billboard. [ laughter ] and your beautiful chihuahua. were you headed to the liquor store for christmas? [ laughter ] what was going on here? >> yeah, you know, it's the holidays, why not stop by -- no, i was on the way to pick up my girlfriend from the airport, thought i'd bring in some holiday cheer. put on the feliz navi-dog. santa hat. at a red light, oh. i look to my left -- oh, that's me, and that's the chihuahua, and that's will trent. >> jimmy: who took this picture? >> i picked up my girlfriend, said i'd surprise her on the way back, showed her the billboard. she yells. i'm like, we've got to take a photo. but it's so tight on my face. i'm like, i'm a little concerned. i said, let me do it in character. that might make it work. >> jimmy: so that's in character?
>> that's basically -- yeah. i dropped into will trent for feliz navi-dog. >> jimmy: that's what it looks like when you're in character? >> yeah. sadly. looks miserable. >> jimmy: had your family seen the billboards yet? >> yes, they saw it in new york. i have family in new york. my mom, as soon as she found out, she's a very proud mom. she actually went hunting for them, trying to find them all around. >> jimmy: oh, i bet. >> yeah, and she went to puerto rico. and she chose to host a premiere event on the island at my grandma's house where she blew up the poster in the house. >> jimmy: she did? >> invited family, everyone dressed to the nines. >> jimmy: they had a premiere at the house? >> in puerto rico. >> jimmy: gathered around your grandma's tv. this was last week? >> this was last week. at grandma's, yeah, blown-up photos. i'm a little embarrassed but that's a proud mama, i get it. >> jimmy: right, you shouldn't be embarrassed. we should get your mom or grandmother one of those billboards outside their home. [ laughter ] >> don't say that, because she will. please, and i'm dead serious, no.
>> jimmy: i can make that happen, by the way. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: 100%. >> i really don't need that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is your father equally enthusiastic about this? >> well, my dad lives in the mountains of puerto rico. he's sort of a country hillbilly up there. doesn't watch much tv, so he doesn't even know much going on until people start talking about it. you know, and they're like, "oh, your son." "he's doing so good." "look at this show." he's like, what's show, what's going on? my dad likes to make moonshine. >> jimmy: he does? >> yeah, he has a guitar in his hand, always singing songs, drinking. if you ever come to the island and you need a little serenade? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you visit him much? >> i do. i do. i try to go -- whenever i'm on the island, i try to make it up there because it's really special, a town called orocoviz, dead center of the island, it's really special. i've been able at times to bring friends, celebrities to the island.
>> jimmy: oh, you do, really? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: who have you brought to the island? weird al? [ laughter ] >> back to weird al. >> jimmy: still trying to figure out what happened. >> '96, was it? yeah. >> jimmy: you're a detective, you could help me. >> i'll figure it out. [ laughter ] sniff that right out. i brought -- i was shooting a movie in georgia. with rami malek, back in the day. >> jimmy: uh-huh, yes, great guy, yes. >> good guy. i brought him to puerto rico, up to the mountains. my dad doesn't speak much english and rami does not speak much spanish. so they just were kind of bickering and making jokes at each other the whole time, but neither understood what they were saying. i was in the middle translating. we had a ball. i brought -- your guests tomorrow, i brought bryan cranston to the island. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> he was amazing. he helped in the rebuilding efforts in puerto rico. he came down. we did the zip line, we had a blast. >> jimmy: did he have moonshine with dad? >> again, my dad had no idea who he was. "want some moonshine?" >> jimmy: how is the moonshine? be honest. >> honestly, it's amazing, it's
the best you've ever had. >> jimmy: is it really? >> all kinds of flavors, all natural. down there they say it heals you, it's good for you. >> jimmy: interesting. most of the time moonshine means for some reason you can't get to the liquor store. [ laughter ] >> right. >> jimmy: it's like, just a step up from toilet wine, yeah. >> for emergencies. >> jimmy: i've had people give me moonshine before, and it's usually -- >> like rubbing alcohol. >> jimmy: yeah, like you opened a valve on a rocket and took a shot off of it. [ laughter ] >> this has a little flavor, just a little. >> jimmy: dad's not kidding around. >> he's not messing around. >> jimmy: what kind of music does he play? >> salsa. he's a composer and a singer, and he does salsa music. >> jimmy: very nice, wow. up in the mountains? >> up in the mountains. >> jimmy: it all sounds very romantic. >> yeah, till you're drunk, wasted, trying to figure out what happened the night before. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you go back for christmastime? >> i didn't get to make it down there. shooting "will trent" in atlanta. i came back here for the holidays, which means i missed our holiday, which is three kings day. january 6th in puerto rico, we celebrate three kings day. it's our christmas.
i brought you and guillermo some coquito, that's our eggnog. have you ever had it? >> jimmy: i don't think i have. >> it's been waiting for you. it does not have my father's moonshine, but it is delicious. >> jimmy: tell me about three kings day. we have a different way of celebrating january 6th here in this country. [ laughter ] i know it's the same country, but in this territory, we -- yeah. we have a more unpleasant way of celebrating. three kings, the gift to the magi? >> the three kings that brought gifts to the birth of jesus. you know. frankincense and myrrh. on the island it's a big deal. especially my dad's part of the islands. caroling, house to house, to your neighbor's house. you're eating, drinking, starts in the morning, goes through the night. three kings locally, i got to meet one year when i went, they were wasted. >> jimmy: they're not real kings? >> no, they're not kings,
they're local guys that hang out -- >> jimmy: dress like kings? >> get in the back of a pickup truck with speakers play. ♪ da da da ♪ doing their thing. >> jimmy: who decides they get to be the kings? >> that's a good question, i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know. it's kind of everybody agrees they're the kings and that's that? >> whoever can hold down the most, i guess. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did they bring frankincense? >> we give gifts to the kids. >> kids love frankincense. [ laughter ] >> it's a hilt, number one on the christmas list. coal, a piece of coal. no, we give them all kinds of toys. it's a hoot. but then the kids are like, why does one of the kings -- he smells like alcohol. [ laughter ] or one of them takes the beard down, starts smoking a cigarette. "the three kings -- it's not a real beard!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this show, you play a detective who's dyslexic? >> yes. >> jimmy: which is interesting because octavia was talking about being dyslexic and being interested in solving crimes. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: how does the dyslexia relate to the crimes themselves? >> yeah, so he's a special agent in the gbi, georgia bureau of investigation, which i had to kind of educate myself on and learn. he had a really complicated sort of troubled childhood in the foster care system in atlanta. and yeah, he sort of, you know, learns that he's dyslexic. because of that, he's kind of developed this ability -- his point of view and perspective on crime scenes, he's very visually oriented. the way he organizes his life. you know, he's -- what i loved about him, he's just a really resilient character that's found a way through whatever he's been through in his life to sort of navigate it and use his lessons, and he's got physical scars -- he's been through a lot -- to look at crime scenes and solve murders in a very unique way. >> jimmy: he has a chihuahua, which is hard to spell even if you're not dyslexic. >> good luck, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a whole thing, really, right? well, it's great to have you here. good to see you. congratulations on the show. the show is called "will trent."
watch it tuesday nights, 10:00, right here, you don't have to change the channel on abc. ramon rodriguez, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with renee rapp! >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes eq. all electric, all mercedes. mercedes eq. all electric, all mercedes.
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>> lou: the “jimmy kimmel live” concert series is presented by mercedes e-q. all electric, all mercedes. >> jimmy: thanks to octavia spencer and ramón rodríguez. apologies to matt damon. “nightline” is next, but first, her ep is called “everything to everyone” -- here with the song “too well,” reneé rapp! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ today i woke up in a good mood for once first time in six months i don't hate you as much ♪ ♪ you weren't there in my dreams i could finally sleep it felt good but it sucks ♪ ♪ i don't hate you as much it's easier holding a grudge i'd rather be that than be crushed ♪ ♪ i'm doing too much i do too much i'm back where
i started again ♪ ♪ crying and calling my friends this never ends i get so sick of myself ♪ ♪ can't stop overthinking i heard you're happy somewhere else but i don't forget too well ♪ ♪ i get so sick of myself can't stop reminiscing i heard you're happy somewhere else ♪ ♪ but i don't forget too well i still see your face i hate hearing your name ♪ ♪ what a wreck what a shame i'm replaying that day and you called me at eight ♪ ♪ two weeks on a break just to ask for more space you're my biggest mistake it's easier ♪ ♪ holding a grudge
i'd rather be that than be crushed i'm doing too much ♪ ♪ i do too much i'm back where i started again crying and calling ♪ ♪ my friends this never ends i get so sick of myself can't stop overthinking ♪ ♪ i heard you're happy somewhere else but i don't forget too well ♪ ♪ i get so sick of myself can't stop reminiscing ♪ ♪ i heard you're happy somewhere else but ♪ ♪ i don't forget too well ♪ ♪ i get so sick of myself can't stop overthinking i heard you're happy somewhere else ♪ ♪ but i don't forget too well ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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