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okay, it's time now for tonight's closing argument. the evidence mounts about iran's nuclear weapon ambition, including a new facility that president obama revealed at the g-20 meeting. well, there's new evidence that the u.s. may be preparing a weapon that could be used on nuclear facilities in iran. the pentagon requested an congress quietly approved more than $50 million for a 30,000 pound bomb known as a massive ordnance penetrator, which is capable of hitting reinforced targets 200 feet underground. it's exactly the type of weapon that could destroy a nuclear facility. so, tonight, we ask you, would an attack with this weapon be a wise strategy in the showdown with iran? tell us what think by clicking on the "nightline" page at abcnews.com or on the "nightline" twitter page. and tomorrow night, we're going to take you to the home of miss
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universe 2009 that's venezuela, a place where pageantry has grown into a national past time. >> i think it's a national hobby. and one of the things is that, i just really can't explain it, but since i was small, you've been hearing about the miss universe. this is our super bowl. >> so, see who survives the cut throat culture at the miss venezuela school as the field is paired down. they prepare to defend their crown. that's tomorrow night. and that is our report for tonight. i'm terry moran. for cynthia mcfadden, martin bashir, and all of us at abc for cynthia mcfadden, martin bashir, and all of us at abc news, good night, america. pppppppppp pppp >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy kimmel, here with a special message from bud light. tonight, i'm going to get some help from a studio audience member, his name is dwayne shields from las vegas, nevada,
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and i selected him moments ago. ready? >> i'm ready to go. >> what are you looking at? go get in your costume and we'll do this. all right. we're off to a flying start. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy kimmel. and here i am in my backyard and in my suit getting ready to have all my friends over for a barbecue. i've got the grill, i've got the hot dogs, and i've got the -- oh, no. i forgot to buy the beer. what am i going to do? ♪ >> perhaps i can help you, jimmy. >> jimmy: well, who are you? >> i'm the beer wizard, and i'm here to grant you one beer-related wish. >> jimmy: just one, huh? well, in that case i wish for an unfiltered light beer with a full flavor that's brewed with citrus and just a hint of coriander. >> i've got just the thing. ala-ka-bam. >> jimmy: bud light golden
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wheat. this is perfect. thank you, oh mighty beer wizard. >> my pleasure, jimmy. >> jimmy: he left. >> dicky: try bud light golden wheat, available now. light beer, huge flavor. >> jimmy: "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes with richard belzer, joel mchale and music from kiss. ♪ what if we could put an end... to that prickly feeling between shaves? ♪ new dove visiblysmooth anti-perspirant. makes hair look and feel less noticeable over time... so you feel stubble-free for longer.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." ♪ tonight -- joel mchale. comedian richard belzer. and music from kiss. with cleto and the cletones.
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♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" and now, if everybody's ready, here's here's jimmy kimmel! clps [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. i'm jimmy kimmel, welcome to the show. here's the plan for tonight. we have kiss on the program this evening, so, what we're going to do is, we're going to rock and roll all night and then, rather than party every day, we're going to get up tomorrow early and go to work. this country is in no shape to be partying every day. i do want to wish a happy birthday to simon cowell. 50 years old today. still has the nipples of a 22-year-old pamela anderson. really does.
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simon cowell threw him a $1.6 million birthday party over the weekend at a mansion just outside london. when they brought out the cake, no one would sing. who needs the abuse, quite frankly? not everybody was able, was invited to go overseas. some of his old pals from "american idol" put together a video for him to send their best wishes on his special day. ♪ happy birthday to you >> i want to say big [ bleep ] to simon. >> you're [ bleep ]. >> simon, bite my [ bleep ]. >> simon, [ bleep ] birthday. >> [ bleep ]. >> sigh monday should eat that [ bleep ] for breakfast now. ♪ happy birthday to you [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's the thought that counts. no that simon needs money, but $1.6 million is a lot to spend
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in one night, so, i don't know. maybe you pay for the party. simon just signed a deal to endorse cologne and aftershaves. simon cowell cologne. would you wear that? who would wear any celebrity's cologne? if you're a woman and you go into a guy's bathroom and find a bottle of simon cowell cologne? you lock the door and climb out the window, right? but lots of people buy this stuff. and they've got a big intentionive ad campaign to back it up. ♪ >> horrendous. >> you're repulsive. i've never in my life seen anything worse. you suck.
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>> you suck, a fragrant by simon cowell. >> available at walgreens. >> jimmy: just a hint of -- [ cheers and applause ] not only is today's simon's birthday, today is the 57th anniversary of the bar code. you know that little symbol on the corner of everything? it's -- there you go. that's the bar code. here is something fun to do with a bar code. take a sharpie in the supermarket, draw an extra line, you never know what could ring up. a ham? life's an adventure, folks. don't forget that. google today changed their logo to a bar code to celebrate and tonight we honor the bar code with some great moments from its past 57 years. ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: 7186043825 is any favorite. that was dumb, i know. [ laughter ] the first shipments of the swine flu vaccine are arriving in clinics and hospitals this week. children under 5 get priority which may be the only good news for the gosselin family this month. even with the vaccine, they say the best way to avoid swine flu completely is to isolate yourself from others, which isn't easy to do. really, do be completely isolated from other human beings, you have to go live in a cave for three months or interrupt taylor swift's award presentation at the vma awards. there aren't a lot of choices. the first cases of swine throfl reported in mexico. in china, the government
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commissioned this helpful cartoon to teach airline passengers how to avoid catching and spreading it. >> jimmy: yeah, wait a minute. they're blaming -- comes from america. this is mexico's fault, not ours. and by the way, how about all the lead toys you've been giving our kids? jerks. maybe we'll start making cartoons about you, china. would you like that? meanwhile, our government is busy trying to convince people to get vaccinated. this morning, the secretary of health and human services was on
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"good morning america" to reassure nervous parents that the swine flu vaccine is safe. she herself has already been given the shot and says there's nothing to worry about at all. >> secretary, thank you for joining us. there is a new poll out that shows that americans are reluctant or unsure about getting the h1n1 vaccine for themselves or for their children. so, what do you say to them, especially parents, to convince them that the vaccine is, indeed safe? >> while this is a new virus, and the great news is, we have the right vaccine for this virus, we also have years of seasonal flu vaccine, and great safety records. >> secretary sebelius, thank you. >> thanks, you too. >> jimmy: that's not good. that's -- [ applause ] that's how the -- i'm pretty sure how the planet of the apes got started. only this time, it's pigs. there's a limited amount of the vaccine, so, top priority goes
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to health care workers, prenant women, followed by young children, then strippers. then -- then people who squirt perfume on you in department stores, and then starbucks workers, then police, firemen and the elderly. then the last to receive the vaccinations are the backstreet boys. one of the backstreet boys, brian, has the swine flu, and their going to be here on friday. just to give you a sense how dedicated fans of the backstreet boys are, there are already people lined up outside in our parking lot when i came to work this morning. they're not -- the band is not even here until friday, this is wednesday. one of them set up a tent to live in until then, which means either, i don't know, either she's a huge fan or homeless. i'm not exactly sure. let's -- are they in the tent? where are they -- what happened to the fans there. hi there. >> hi. >> jimmy: how are you doing? seem to be -- you realize that
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if you just arrived now, you would still be first in line, right? >> right. >> jimmy: are you waiting for the backstreet boys or for me. >> you. >> backstreet boys. >> no. >> jimmy: why is it important that you are the first ones in line? >> we just want to show our support. we love them. we're the biggest backstreet fans. >> jimmy: chanwhat happens tomo night when the fans come to see motor head? >> go around us. >> jimmy: goyou're going to be killed. do you love the backstreet boys so much that you would still kiss brian on the mouth with swine flu? >> no doubt. >> jimmy: we'll set that up on friday night then. >> thank you. >> jimmy: good luck out there. i hope you survive, and be careful, you know, at night the temperature can this time of year get down to the 70s. you have to be really careful. >> we're prered. >> jimmy: we have come a long
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way since last november. at this time last year, levi johnston, the father of sarah palin's granddaughter, was preparing to move with the family to washington. now, he's preparing to pose for "playgirl" magazine. with no levis and one johnston proudly displayed. this is -- i didn't even -- i didn't know there was a "playgirl" magazine anymore, but -- >> there is, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you, guillermo. [ laughter ] there is? that's -- [ applause ] this is good. there was a break in a water main down in newport beach this morning. local reporter for fox news channel provided us with our unintentional joke of the day. >> take my word for it, it's a big hole and it's a big mess. >> jimmy: that's -- you know, i
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think you're being hard on yourself. [ laughter ] this is -- this is strange. to me, this doesn't sound like a great vacation, but a cruise company is selling tickets for a special titanic-themed cruise. it's planned for 2012, which is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the titanic, and some people are saying the cruise is tasteless. for historybutches, who know? maybe it will be fun. >> get ready for a vacation of a lifetime, on the titanic memorial cruise 100th anniversary. just like the original ship, we'll depart on april 8th from southhampton, england. breathe in the fresh, north atlantic air until we arrive at the actual spot where the titanic sank. and then, slowly drown as the ship graceful goes into an iceberg. the titanic memorial cruise 100th anniversary.
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this time, there will be no survivors. >> jimmy: sounds like a fun trip, right? we have a good show for you tonight. we'll have kiss is here tonight. richard belzer is here tonight. and we'll be right back with joe mchale, so stick around. objts in this glass taste larger than they appear. ec ♪ introducing bud light golden wheat. all the drinkability of bud light... brewed with golden wheat for a refreshing new taste. refreshing. light. flavorful. no matter how you look at it, this is huge. bud light golden wheat.
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there. we're back. on the show font, from "law & order: svu," his new murder mystery novel is called "i am not a psychic." the great richard belzer is here. also tonight, they're on tour now with a new album called "sonic boom." from the bud light golden wheat stage at the cobo hall arena in detroit, music from kiss. tomorrow night, kelsey grammer, stana katic and music from motorhead. and on friday, michael moore,
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malin ackerman and the backstreet boys. so -- swine flu permitting. i want to show you something real quick that happened in rehearsal today. our stage manager, mike malone, right here, was standing in for me for the bud light commercial we did earlier, and watch his reaction to the explosion during rehearsal. >> oh, no. i forgot to buy the beer. what am i going to do? [ bleep ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beautifully done. may have you take over those for me. even your reacting is bad acting somehow. all right. in addition to serving as an expert chronicler and regurgitator of popular culture on his show, "the soup," our first guest can currently be seen acting in the movie "the informant" and on tv in the new comedy "community." you can see it thursday nights
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at 8:00 on nbc. please welcome joel mchale. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. >> jimmy: let me tell you something, joel. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you guys. wow. they -- clearly think -- you must be mistaking me for someone else. >> jimmy: very happy for you, because you, well, you're still hosting "the soup." you've got a movie in theaters and you got your on sitcom now. >> and i'm at the pantages, doing that "funny girl." doing a live version. >> jimmy: i did not know that. you're blossoming. >> and i -- i think, jimmy, i owe it all to you. >> jimmy: in what way? >> well, i came to your super bowl party last year. >> jimmy: at my house, yeah. >> and i couldn't believe i was invited. and i began to eat, and -- a
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lot. and drink a lot. and it was the second quarter, and it became the festival in my stomach and it eventually became in my lower intestine, and i just -- i made a deal with god that i said, if i can get through this, then i'm really going to try in my career. and then i crapped out an episode of "tyra," so it worked out great. >> jimmy: that is miraculous. >> i owe you. >> jimmy: my pleasure. i would like it if you could make a that part of your academy award speech, should you win. >> yes, i'm sure tyra will be hosting it very soon. >> jimmy: she might be. >> yeah. she's going to have to start weaving the wigs now. >> jimmy: last time you were here, your dad had just fallen -- >> yes. >> jimmy: just had a terrible accident. >> my dad fell, yes. >> jimmy: he fell what, out of a tree? >> yeah, off a ladder. huge. 25 feet. to pavement.
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he's dead. no. he's -- he -- no. it was bad. he was a moron for going up there in the first place. but he survived, thank god. he's totally recovered. like a year after, i was talking to him on the phone, and i was like, dad, how you doing? he's like, i'm great, he sounds like a sailor. i'm driving the car again, i walked three miles, i put a ladder up against the house and cleaned all the gutters, and i was like -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was like, what are you talking about? are you insane? your mother held the ladder. and i -- great, you crush my mom on the way down? he's like, shut up, and my mom was like, oh, here comes your father. so, he's all fine now. everyone in my family, all the men in my family are -- we just have had horrible injuries. >> jimmy: how many men in the family? >> i've lost track. but we -- no, there'sdy my two brothers and my dad. no joke, i've had five concussi concussions, including a skull
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fracture, so -- >> jimmy: really? how did -- do you remember any of them? >> the first time, there was a snowstorm, the power was out and my parents are like, the kids should put their socks on and run around the hard wood floors, and it's dark, so, i fell and i hit the fireplace with my head, knocked out, and so they had to call the ambulance, because couldn't get the cars out, it was snowing. we got to the little town doctor's office, they wrapped a blanket around me and my father had to lie on top of me while i was screaming, and they sewed up my eye. then i got to ride home in a cap car and it was great. then, in preschool, i good pushed through a ladder and was knocked out again and the woman -- they didn't call anyone, they called my mom and the woman literally goes, stay awake because you might die. and my preschoolteacher, and i'm like, okay, no problem, mom? and, yeah, that was terrible. >> jimmy: no nap time for you that day.
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>> no. and then, my parents got a bunk bed, clearly, on a discount, and so there was no guard on the top of the bunk, so the first night my older brother fell out and got a concussion, and so then my parents were like, we should try this one more time. let's put joel up there, and i mixed it up. i hit a chair on the way down. i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: like you're baby pig ons of something. >> then i took some time much from the injuries and i really came on strong with a skull fracture skiing. and i wish i could tell you what happened, because i don't remember any of it. my friend just said, there was a ball of snow and you had collided with another skier. you stood up and said, hey, man, are you all right, and he goes yeah, and you were fine. i skied over to him, hey, jack in the box night crawler, and i was totally out of my mind, and not joking, i was -- then, when
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i got home, i lost all my short-term memory, and i could not remember one thought to the next. and of course, my parents being who they are, thought it was mi hilarious. >> jimmy: for real? >> they thought it was funny. i kept asking my dad to borrow his turtle neck. dad, can i borrow the turtle neck? no. so, they were laughing, they're like, son might be dying, that's so -- >> jimmy: you have terrible parents. >> yeah, they're awful. >> jimmy: like the gosselins are better parents than your parents. >> well, my dad doesn't wear ed hardy t-shirts. no, they're great. they real will are. my -- they're -- they were so great about it. >> jimmy: if you were part of the obama health care plan, this country would be in even worse shape than it is right now. >> we would have drained it completely. >> jimmy: you would have.
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>> we had a closet of crutches and canes and braces. my dad cleaned it out one day, he was like, this takes me back. >> jimmy: really? >> so cute. i had four different ankle braces. in high school, i jumped down a flight of stairs -- throwing a party and i caught my head on the wall that was coming down and disintegrated a piece of sheet rock, and my feet went out, i hit the bottom of the stair with my head, out cold, and my friends thought ill was joking. they're like, look at joel, that's funny. stepping over me, and -- >> jimmy: now, you have -- you have two boys of your own now. how old are they? >> 4 and 1 1/2. >> jimmy: are they in protective custody or are they -- >> we have these rubber suits we put them in. my son, eddie, who is 4, he was at my parents house, and i heard a scream and my dad picked him up and he walked in and his eye
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was gushing blood. the side of his eye and my dad goes, i think he hurt his arm. and i was like, oh, this is how it happened. and so, he might have hurt his arm, but i think it's the bleeding eye. so, we had to go down to the same doctor's office. we wrapped him up in a towel while they sewed his -- they glued it shut this time, but i did the exact same thing my dad did. >> jimmy: you sat on your boy? >> i sat on my boy. i was like, ah, this is just great. circle of life. >> jimmy: real -- >> vicious, vicious circle. >> jimmy: yeah. now, your new show is very, very funny. "community," very good. very well done. you do a great job. >> thank you. >> jimmy: one of your co-stars on the show, a person who is no stranger to injury himself, chevy chase. >> yes, and he is like -- i can't -- i can quote flesh right back to him, which is creepy for hem, and he's, you know, now
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he's like brett favre. he's older than everybody and he speaks like he's from oklahoma and he plays -- that doesn't make any sense. >> jimmy: no. >> no, it's great. and we -- on the -- speaking of being abused on the show, i -- this week had to smoke two cigars in about an hour and a half and let me tell you, if you want to vomit, that's -- >> jimmy: did you throw up? >> i entered some sort of spirit world where i was like, i don't think i'm walking right now, but i'm moving through the room. i don't smoke, so -- >> jimmy: did people tell you, you're supposed to just puff on the cigars. >> you can't really help it. i couldn't help it. i was turning green and the people were like, just a few more takes and we got it. >> jimmy: let me say something to america. it's important to watch joel's show while he's still alive. really, like, eight of your
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there. we're back, joel mchale is here, and kiss is on the way. our next guest is a great comedian and a pretty good actor, too. you know him from "homicide: life on the street" and "law & order: svu." and he writes books, too. his latest is a murder mystery called "i am not a psychic." please say hello to richard belzer. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: richard, i don't know if you know this, but there's a dog attached to you. >> well, i'm taking this cream that i put on it and it's going to go away.
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can i say one thing? >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> and, this is the best talk show in terms of staff, backstage, the food, i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] i don't know about this part of it, but everything else. >> jimmy: yes. >> the shows that you respect -- >> jimmy: it's like a crappy restaurant with a beautiful decor. how is everything? >> nice to see you. >> jimmy: how is everything? >> it's a thrill to be here. hollywood. >> jimmy: what is your dog's name? >> his name is bebe. i have a house in france, i live part-time, and -- >> jimmy: and he's going back there now. >> he's going to go to my daughter. go to jessica. call him. >> jimmy: he's all right. he likes joel better. he still smells of meat from the super bowl party.
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♪ treat me like a fool i'm sorry. so -- >> jimmy: do you speak french when you live in france? >> everyone asks me that. i've been there a long time. when i first moved there i felt like, i got to be able to communicate with the people, and speak the language, right? and we live in a jorngorge, youe to walk up to go to the village there's people there's houses. i don't want them to hate me. i would go up to them, say bonjour. french are cool but civilized. and they go, bonjour, and then i'm lost, right? so, i figure, what can i do? so i would say, bonjour, and they go bonjour, and i look up at the son, and i go soleil. and they talk about the sun for three minutes. then i would go back. if i was cloudy, i would be walking up, and i would go -- >> what do you have up your ass, man? loosen up, baby. >> just seems like -- you live
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in a village of morons. i'm kidding. >> so -- >> jimmy: so -- >> when it's cloudy -- when it's cloudy out. >> very french. very french. >> when it's cloudy out, i go up and say bonjour, then go, soleil. and then they talk about no sun. >> jimmy: it's your all purpose world. >> if you didn't interrupt me, you'd be on the [ bleep ] -- >> i didn't interrupt. >> you were looking at me like you're at a [ bleep ] funeral. we're friends. >> i work at e and hearing people traveling anywhere is exciting. >> great comeback. >> you know, ladies and gentlemen, i -- >> jimmy: richard, i didn't know this until today, apparently, you can confirm in this is true or not, robert de niro shadowed you when he was preparing for "the king of comedy."
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>> he wasn't doing me. but he came -- >>i didn't mean that, but i'll take it. >> jimmy: that's good news. >> all right, he did me. you know, ladies and gentlemen. >> jimmy: he followed you to your gigs? the comedy store, all of those places. and we just hung out. and he wanted to get a feel for that word, and, you know, people may not think this, but he's funny. >> jimmy: deme niro is funny? who is the best comedian ever? >> aside from richard pryor? >> jimmy: no -- >> we are all planets, he is the sun. [ applause ] the thing that makes pryor so great, like michael jordan or miles davis, or, you know, anybody named michael was great. he could take a socially con plex situation, make everyone uncomfortable about it and then do this thing that would make
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you explode in laughter. he would play five, six different people with depth in a bit. i mean, i watched him, you know, come up -- come up. when he first came around, and, the way he evolved from the '60s to the' 70s, it's astounding. his first concert film, pahe should have been nominated for an oscar. >> jimmy: cleto and i snuck in to see that, when we were much too young to be seeing that movie. >> it's astounding. and he, fortunately, was very nice to me. >> jimmy: now, you have -- this is your second book, and you get get great reviews. >> it's hard to sell books these days. it's a comedy mystery. it's a lot of fun. >> jimmy: but a real mystery, not a goof on a mystery. >> i play mais in the novel but i fold in a fictional crime.
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in the novel, i know martial arts -- >> jimmy: you don't know that? >> no, no. so, in the book, i kick people's aass. it's called fiction. >> jimmy: your character has kind of a meta-reality in that the character has been on a number of shows. first "homicide," then "law&order." trial by jury, the french version, x-files, arrested development. these are not jokes. the beat, homicide the movie. homicide -- i mean -- the same character in all of these shows. >> it's beyond the record. and i don't do steroids. i want to get that straight. i have a record without steroids. i'm gay, but i can take -- i'm sorry? >> jimmy: i was thinking it would be fun if you were your character on this show -- >> then i could go to 11. >> jimmy: we could be on the list. that would be a good thing.
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>> how do you want to do that? how about you're a suspect and munch, i'll be munch and interview you. >> jimmy: okay. let's say that joel is, like, i sexually assaulted him. >> yeah. >> joel, you are standing on the other side of the -- how about i stand over here, putting pressure on. >> don't [ bleep ] upstage us. >> i can put pressure on him. >> come over here. stay there. he's your lawyer. >> you are my attorney. >> just stand there and great at me. no lines or i'll throw your ass out. >> okay. but i have to get in character. >> jimmy: okay, go ahead. >> all right. >> jimmy: you're pulling out a gun? >> no. >> jimmy: okay. oh, my god, it's him. >> where were you thursday night? >> don't answer that. >> see you [ bleep ] it up. >> sorry. >> jimmy: but --
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>> all right, sorry, go ahead. go ahead. [ laughter ] i won't say a word now. >> two shows, man. back the [ bleep ] off. >> all right. >> i'm on nbc. >> i'm not going to say a word. >> jimmy: where were you thursday night? i was at home. there we go. richard belzer, everybody. "law & order: svu" airs wednesdays at 9:00 on nbc. "i am not a psychic" is in stores now. thanks to my attorney joel mchale. we'll be right back with kiss. hi, i'm eileen
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in the ship's main dining room on royal caribbean with a look at the news guiseppe from italy found lady luck on deck 11. the agnarelli's explored the ancient wonders of turkey. back on the ship, the royal caribbean performers brought down the house. and finally, tamara and christian danced the night away. that's the news. i'm eileen, cruising with royal caribbean. why aren't you? (announcer) call 1800 royal22 today. i've had asthma for 5 years. 10 years. i used to wonder why my controller medicine wouldn't help prevent... ...help prevent my symptoms from coming back. i just figured it couldn't get any better. and then i found out something i didn't know... i found out there are two main causes of asthma symptoms... ...airway constriction you feel and inflammation you may not. most controllers don't treat both. so my doctor prescribed advair. advair treats both main causes
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to help prevent symptoms in the first place. (announcer) advair contains salmeterol. salmeterol may increase the chance of asthma-related death. so advair is not for asthma that's well controlled on another controller medicine. advair will not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be taken more than twice a day. talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of advair. if you take advair, see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. if you're still having symptoms ask your doctor how to help prevent them with advair. (announcer) get your first prescription free and save on refills at advair.com. advair. now you know.
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>> jimmy: all right, we're back with richard belzer and joel mchale. this is their new cd. it's called "sonic boom." from the bud light golden wheat stage at the cobo hall arena in detroit with the song "modern day delilah," kiss. ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ i still remember when i saw your face
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across the room ♪ ♪ told me to take you but the price of love would seal my doom ♪ ♪ i know the way you made the others break ♪ ♪ but loving me would be your first mistake ♪ ♪ same old way same old ways modern day delilah ♪ ♪ each time you learn to give queen to slave modern day delilah ♪ ♪ listen you lived your glory in a liars haze you called the truth ♪ ♪ the same old story of a social plan from wasted youth ♪ ♪ you thought that you
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could bring me to my knees ♪ ♪ but who's the one who's crying baby please same old way same old ways modern day delilah ♪ ♪ each time you learn to give queen to slave modern day delilah ♪ ♪ just like the trigger of a loaded gun ♪ ♪ you were the reason for the damage done ♪ ♪ too many lovers like a hunters prey not today ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ i know the way you made the others break ♪ ♪ but loving me would be your last mistake each time you learn to give ♪ ♪ same old ways modern day delilah ♪ ♪ shame, shame modern day delilah ♪ ♪ same old ways modern day delilah ♪ ♪ queen to slave loves decayed
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delilah ♪ i was always going.
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having to go in the middle of traffic and just starting and stopping. having to go in the middle of a ballgame and then not being able to go once i got there. and going at night. i thought i had a going problem. my doctor said i had a growing problem. it wasn't my bladder. my prostate was growing. i had an enlarging prostate that was causing my urinary symptoms. my doctor prescribed avodart. (announcer) over time, avodart actually shrinks the prostate and improves urinary symptoms so i can go more easily when i need to go and go less often. (announcer) avodart is for men only. women should not take or handle avodart due to risk of a specific birth defect. do not donate blood until 6 months after stopping avodart.
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tell your doctor if you have liver disease. rarely sexual side effects, swelling or tenderness of the breasts can occur. only your health care provider can tell if symptoms are from an enlarged prostate and not a more serious condition like prostate cancer. so have regular exams. call your doctor today. avodart. help take care of your growing problem.

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