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she's off now, so she can come back now. >> jimmy: can we bring her? >> of course we can. >> jimmy: there's your mom. i miss her. i haven't seen her in a long time. how are you? good to see you. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so what we want to do here, i have to take a break, and when we come back, we're going to play a little game of "to tell the truth" between the two of you. i think it's going to be very interesting. anthony anderson and his mom are here. we'll be right back after this. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: i'm here with anthony anderson and his mom doris. both of them are on the show "to tell the truth." you're the score keeper. which i love. >> she thinks she's the star. you're not the star. you're a score keeper. >> jimmy: are you behaving like a star? >> yes. >> jimmy: in what ways? >> i get what i want. >> jimmy: what do you want? >> potato chips. >> jimmy: and do you treat your
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typically accorded to the host of a show like this? >> no. >> jimmy: why do you say "no"? >> she comes late. >> i was late one time. >> jimmy: y >> you were late the first show. >> she comes with an entourage. drunk bobby and debby. they're in the back. what up, drunk bobby? >> hi, debby. >> they're in the green room. >> jimmy: why do they call him that? >> because he like hennessy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: on "to tell the truth, you have three people come out, two of them are imposters. one is the person who says he or she says they are. i asked anthony to come up with three things. two of them are not true, one of them is true. things that you've never heard about him before. these are secrets from his past, and you have to figure out which one is
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or anything like that? >> no, we don't. [ laughter ] >> okay, here they are. you and dad went out one night, and i was hungry, and i cooked a polish sausage in a pan and burned. and y'all came home and said, who the hell burned something? i said, i don't know. okay, that's one. two, my brother derek actually pushed a bar stool over on my head and gave me these stitches right here in the family room. >> that's true. >> hold on! i ain't even got to the other story yet. and three, i lost my virginity to your best friend's daughter in the house, and my brother derek also watched it through the keyhole of our bedroom door. >> was it barbara's door? >> jimmy: you can't ask follow-up questions. which do you think is true, one, two, or three? >> in the de
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the skateboard. >> jimmy: anthony, which story is true? >> i lost my virginity while my brother watched through the keyhole in the door. [ laughter and applause ] >> who lived two houses down? old lady mary, then the samoans. and then -- >> barbara. >> her name wasn't barbara. >> meme's mother, that was her name? >> yeah. >> okay, it was her daughter, shantel. derek watched through the peephole. >> jimmy: what do you think of that? does that surprise you? >> thank god she didn't get pregnant. >> jimmy: all right, now it's your turn. you have three stories, give them to anthony. he'll figure out which one is true. >> i made love in a jiffy lube truck. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ho! that's number one. >> that explains a lot. >> that's why
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>> okay, mama, go on. >> free oil change for life. >> jimmy: number two. >> okay, made love in a jiffy lube truck. >> jimmy: what's the next story? >> when you was 10 years old, i smoked a joint with francis and i got high and i couldn't walk, and i had to crawl home. literally, crawl home. and when i got inside, i said, i'm so hungry. they told me, if you eat, you will come down. so you went in there and fried me a chicken. >> jimmy: how old was he? >> 10. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> okay. what's number three? >> jimmy: what's story number three? >> your daddy was no good. your real daddy. >> okay. >> but your grandfather was good. >> wait a minute! wait a minute! we not from the south, mama! we from south central!
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>> anyway, i said he was a good-hearted man, he left you $5,000 when he died. and i spent it. i bought the dining room table. [ laughter ] >> see, now this is interesting. okay. not going to say my mama smoked a joint with franncis, so she didn't really crawl home. i think the first time she smoked on joint was on her 50th birthday in london with me. jiffy lube and money. my mama is a big freak, so the jiffy lube story could be true. but i'm going to go with my mother stealing the -- using the $5,000 that my grandfather left when he died. because anybody knows me and my mama with money, knows that my mama would never tell me that she had some free money from somebody. >> jimmy: which one is true? >> i smoked a joint with
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[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. "to tell the truth" airs a special sneak preview at 8:00 p.m., tuesday. we'll be right back with bill simmons! m this ham is great. see, we can agree. that one. ugh, come on. dad, can we turn up the heat? no. put on a sweater. honey, it's called a barber shop quartet. no! out! what? that was in! yeah finally, something the whole family can agree on. oscar mayer deli fresh ham made with pure honey for a taste everyone will love. help you experience this world? oh man i've only been to one place! oh i have a great idea maybe i can go to the rainforest. any ideas for my little one's first big trip.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a sports media juggernaut. he has a brand new website called the ringer and a new show on hbo, "any given wednesday." it premieres june 22nd. please welcome bill simmons. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, those are the new steph curry shoes, huh? >> they're great. >> jimmy: are they comfortable? >> you were joking in the monologue how they made them for dads. i'm a dad. >> jimmy: there you go. >> these are wonderful. >> jimmy: well, that's something. and the socks pair so well with them as well. >> that's what they recommend in the commer
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for you. >> it really is. >> jimmy: this is the first television show you've hosted? >> it is. >> jimmy: and you used to work on our show. brought you out from boston and now you're wearing shoes that cost 60, sometimes $70. >> i was thinking about you today. i have a golden tee in my game. >> jimmy: the golf video game? >> right. i'm trying to work on something, i i'm yelling at them. i turned into you. your kids would come in and you would work on these scripts. i'd marvel at your ability to multi task. snu mean my ability to yell at my children? >> yes, i learned from the master. >> jimmy: put up the billboard. there are bill boards, i'm sure this is new york, there are these huge bill boards of you all over the place. have the kids seen that yet? >> they've seen it. i took my daughter to -- there's one that's like
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building on sunset and she was freaked out. like she got frightened. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then i got frightened because there's one on gouer, and i don't know what happened, but it looks like the atmospheric pressure made my face curve. >> jimmy: let's look at that. [ laughter ] >> it's like a had a minor medical incident or something. >> jimmy: it's a little bit of a smirk, yeah. by the way, there's one right by my house and my wife said, bill looks very handsome in these things. >> thank you. by the way, i had a better joke for that, but my publicist talked me out of it. he's like, don't go out there and say that. >> jimmy: he's very sensitive. he has tiny little thumbs and so he considers himself -- he's like in a special class -- >> he gave tiny thumbs down. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you named your show "any given wednesday." >> yes. >> jimmy: against my advice. you called me and asked me, you
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the show "any given wednesday," and i said i don't think it's a good idea. >> you were the only person in my life who didn't like it. i was 29 for 30 and you didn't like it. and i realized it was because i handled how i asked you wrong. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> because i learned when i worked with you. you have to do a jedi mind trick with you. >> jimmy: don't you want my honest reaction to it? >> i should have made you think it was your idea. >> jimmy: that's always the best way to deal with anybody. >> and i should have given you a list of ten names, with nine terrible names and "any given wednesday" and you'd be like, i like that one and we would have been good. >> jimmy: that would have been a waste of time. what were the other top candidates for names of the show? >> it's so hard to name stuff. we had the sim thing with "the ringer." >> jimmy: i like that name. >> thank you. and for four months, they're like, that's the johnny knoxville movie where he's in the special olympics. we
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to say that. you said to me, even johnny knoxville doesn't remember that movie anymore. >> jimmy: he's scratched that from his brain. >> we couldn't come up with a name. >> jimmy: you still didn't really. >> your show is called "jimmy kimmel live!" -- you're not live! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you're misstating that. the show is called jimmy kimmel live and people mispronounce it. what i worry about, the show will repeat on hbo a number of times through the week. and then it's confusing if you watch it on thursday, you're like, oh, this is old. >> that's fair. my whole thing, i didn't want to work on the weekends. if you do hbo, sunday night is their big night. and i thought if i had wednesday in the title, i wouldn't have to work. >> yeah, because "any given sunday" wouldn't roll off the tongue. i thought of it a
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what is the show going to be like? what do you have planned? >> first of all, it's weekly. but we're going to have conversations. try to be topical and big picture. >> jimmy: are you prepared to announce your first guest? >> our publicist said high wasn't prepared to. >> jimmy: that little thumb bastard. >> no, it's going to be fun. he wouldn't let me do it. i think when we have people on, we'll tie them to a topic and a reason for them to be on. like me coming out here and promoting the show. like when you come on, i want to team you with somebody like carl malone. >> jimmy: yes. >> that you like. >> jimmy: not just carl malone. make it carl malone. >> and then you're on and we talk to carl malone and that would be fun. >> jimmy: let's do that right now. that would be great. i ran into carl malone's wife and daughter on the street yesterday. weird insight into my life. anyway, the
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tell me what the idea is. does it different from your last one? >> it's sports, pub culture and tech. it's a little more timely because things move so fast these days. like news happens and there's 45 different think pieces on in an hour. so you can't take your time as much. we also have features and columns too. >> jimmy: one of my favorite bits of trivia about you, even though you do run a forward media empire, you still have an aol e-mail address. >> and a blackberry. i've been in meetings where i have all these young people -- >> jimmy: don't be sad. it's not like he can't afford a gmail address. [ laughter ] >> i've been in meetings where i'm like, hold on. and it's like "you've got mail," and they're like, oh, my god, you're so old. but now i have the currys. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i wish you a lot of luck. "any given wednesday" premieres june 22 at 10:00 p.m. on hbo.
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bill simmons, everybody! we'll be right back with train. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. >> it took the life of pop icon prince. a drug so potent, 40 times more
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: it's like a car. i'd like to thank anthony anderson, bill simmons, david boreanaz and apologize to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first the album is called "train does led zeppelin two," here with the song "heartbreaker," train! ♪ ♪ ♪ hey fellas have you heard the news you know that annie's
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♪ it won't take long just watch and see how the fellas lay their money down ♪ ♪ her style is new but the face is the same as it was so long ago but from her eyes ♪ ♪ a different smile ♪ like that of one who knows ♪ ♪ ♪ well it's been ten years and maybe more ♪ ♪ since i first set eyes on you ♪ ♪ the best years of my life gone by ♪ ♪ here i am alone and blue ♪ some people cry and some people die by the wicked ways of love ♪ ♪ but i'll just keep on rollin' along with the grace from
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the lord above ♪ ♪ people talkin' all around bout the way you left me flat i don't care what the people say ♪ ♪ i know where their jive is at ♪ one thing i do have on my mind if you can clarify please do ♪ ♪ it's the way you call me another guy's name when i try to make love to you yeah ♪ ♪ i try to make love but it ain't no use give it to me ♪ ♪ give it ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪
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♪ work so hard i couldn't unwind get some money saved abuse my love thousand times ♪ ♪ however hard i tried heartbreaker your time has come ♪ ♪ can't take your evil way ♪ go away heartbreaker ♪ ♪ heartbreaker heartbreaker heart ♪ [ cheers and applause ]


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