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>> dizzy. >> are you all right? >> jimmy: well, actually got a little -- oh there's jake. thank you, jake. beautifully done, thank you. jake byrd, herb. it's thursday night. time for our weekly tribute to the fcc. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> bell city council members wanted to go into closed door session so they can discuss whether or not to [ bleep ] the city manager, whether or not to [ bleep ] the chief of police. >> what do you think? who will ali [ bleep ]? vote now. >> i think ali is going to [ bleep ] roberto. >> you've really done a lot. you [ bleep ] 200-plus [ bleep ] since you're in office. >> this one is missy boo. >> my name is bonnie, and i [ bleep ] animals.
>> have we forgotten how to do anything? it would take us 85 dales how to [ bleep ] a seven-inch hole. >> do not be afraid of the [ bleep ]. >> oh, don't be afraid. >> we are not. >> novelists are drawn to, you know, [ bleep ] [ bleep ] and low lives. >> we study whales and we know that blue whales [ bleep ] three types of [ bleep ] here in southern california. >> before bruce can [ bleep ] this pretty puppy, he has to ask the dog's owner for permission. >> excuse me, panda scout. may i [ bleep ] your dog? >> yes, you may. >> so, are you still [ bleep ] that [ bleep ] in your office? >> i do. when my wife's not here. >> i am not kidding you that, we would [ bleep ], like [ bleep ] every single day. and our parents weren't home so, they'd last like eight hours. >> jimmy: we have a good show tonight. young josh hutcherson is here. we have music from the swell season. and we'll be right back with matthew fox, so stick around. ♪
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>> jimmy: well, thank you, cleto. cleto and the cletones, everybody. we have a good show for you tonight. 17-year-old josh hutcherson is here. very nice young man. and then later, we have music from academy award winners, this is their latest album called "strict joy," the swell season, from the bud light stage. next week on the show, the bachelorette ali and whomever she picks or doesn't pick will be here. shaquille o'neal will be here on monday, too. next week, also, ice cube, melissa rycroft and music from saving abel and the black crows. so join us next week. if you're anything like me, your life has been meaningless since
our first guest's eyelid came to rest two months ago on the final episode of "lost." he seems to be doing fine. he's been nominated for an emmy, and "lost," the complete sixth and final season, and "lost," the complete series, which is awesome, comes out august 24th. please welcome matthew fox! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very good to see you. welcome back. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: the last time you were on -- are you dead or alive right now. i'm not sure. >> no, he's dead. >> jimmy: he's dead. he's dead. >> i'm alive. >> jimmy: you -- last time you were here was on the night of the finale, and you got -- i think you got very emotional,
right? >> i did. that was -- that was an interesting night, you know? right before i walked out, i was seeing the end of the show and then ingot out on stage and it really felt, for the first time, that that was the end of it all. it felt really like the end for me the first time and it was an interesting night. >> jimmy: what kind of reaction did you get from people after that, people that had seen the show? >> it's been -- i mean, all the feedback that i've gotten has been amazing. everybody has really enjoyed the way the show wrapped up. you know, there was an enormous amount of pressure on the sixth season of the show, and i feel that the way it ended was beautiful and i think a lot of people -- most of the audience felt that way. i really haven't heard anybody say they didn't like it. >> jimmy: i think people were really fans of the show, they enjoyed the ending and people who kind of casually wanted to see what was going on were kind of like, i don't know what was going on there. >> there was a certain segment of the audience that was just about, i need to know what the answers are, and, you know, like life, some of those answers you
can't answer some of those questions, so, i think it ended really beautifully and it was spiritual and very moving. >> jimmy: speaking of beautiful and spiritual -- [ applause ] i agree with you, by the way. i like to talk about our relationship for a minute. >> okay. >> jimmy: now, this is a weird thing. and i promise, everything i'm going to tell you is true and you know all this stuff, but my first job on television, first thing i ever did was a promo for "party of five," your show. [ applause ] i did not meet you at that time. we didn't meet but it was a thing i did when you were on fox. and so that was the first thing i'd ever done. years later we met in hawaii, and i was a big fan of the show. very excited. we met there and we've known each other for five, six years, something like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so one night, we're talking, and we start talking about italy, your wife is from italy and my family is from italy and -- >> talking about pasta sauces and our moms, the type of pasta sauce they make. >> jimmy: exactly. or gravy, if you will. if you're from brooklyn.
>> right. >> jimmy: and i said, where is your family from in italy, and you said -- >> well, my family is from a small island off the coast of naples. >> jimmy: and i said, my family is from a small island off the coast of naples. >> and then you said, what was your mother's maiden name, and i said -- >> jimmy: which is my mother's maiden name, also. which is strange. >> very, very bizarre. >> jimmy: and then i realized why i always wonder why i was so handsome, and i thought, oh, that's got to be -- that's what it is. [ applause ] >> you know? right. >> jimmy: i've been doing some ancestry research, and i have a chart now to show how and where we're related. now -- i'm going to go through this. now, first of all, we'll see here. let's start at the top. now, this is, like, your -- what is it, four great grandfathers.
yours is anielle, and mine is guiseppe. three greats. saveri and michelangelo. you had a michelangelo in the family then. another giuseppe and another aniell. only six names in italy. vincenzo and leonardo this is our great-grand -- these are our great-grandfours. that's my grandfather, sal, and yours, loreto. and now we see here, where the connection starts. my grandfather was married to vivica a. fox, okay? they gave birth to my mom, joan fox iacono. my mom married jimmy dean sausage kimmel. and then they had me and i threw
megan fox in there, because i thought it would be fun to have her at the reunion. >> fantastic idea. >> jimmy: the link between us, michael j. fox was my uncle or something, and then -- >> it's actually jimmy -- >> jimmy: the "j" stands for jimmy. there's your mom. we just put you in a wig. we couldn't get a picture of her. and then eventually, it works -- when you go down, you have -- it turns out you're my great great-niece, once removed. so, isn't that something? >> makes perfect sense. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and -- can i tell you -- this is a true weird thing, so, now, in this island, there have been many earthquakes on the island. and there's weird that there's an island, the "lost" island brought us together. in 1883, there was an earthquake that killed like 2,000 people, including most of my family.
but guess what the date of that earthquake was? today. july 29th. >> july 29th, 1883 -- >> jimmy: i different happen today. >> but on this day. >> jimmy: on the day we decided to go through the family tree, that's the day of the earthquake. >> that's strange. >> jimmy: what i'm saying is, make sure you have your emergency supplies. >> because it's coming. >> jimmy: isn't that weird? >> pretty weird. >> jimmy: now -- this is -- [ applause ] this is the whole thing, right? i mean -- have you seen this yet? >> i have. >> jimmy: this is pretty great. this is all the seasons on blu-ray and dvd, and comes in this cool looking box and a lid with a map on it. this is -- >> and there's all kinds of crazy secrets inside this thing. it's like a puzzle and you have to go through it, clues lead to other clues and you find secret discs and scenes. >> jimmy: this is great. here's the game with the black
rocks and the white rocks and a game board here. and -- and a booklet and the game that jacob was playing with the man in black. i can't figure -- there it is. that's how it works. and then you've got -- you got this in here, a little light that's -- >> a black light. there's going to be clues revealed with black light when you shine black light on it. >> jimmy: it's good if you go to a motel and you want to check out the sheets. [ applause ] and there's -- there's a letter that has clues on it. and there's -- what is this? there's -- oh, this is an old jcpenney ad that you dead. >> you've got to be kidding. >> that's in all of them. and then, of course, all the dvds. and there are easter eggs on the dvds. and a 12-minute thing where
hurley -- do you know about this? michael emerson, there's a 12-minute featurette -- >> there's extra scenes shot about what their life would have been like on the island with him being the new candidate and ben being his sidekick, yeah. >> jimmy: and we happen to have a clip from, this is one of the easter eggs, and we're going to show you. this is not part of the ben and hurley thing, but this is -- well, take a look here this is from the new "lost" complete series. >> sandwich conversation on film right here, come on. >> the -- it has a certain, kind of like, home from school at 3:00 in the afternoon quality. just cheese and mayonnaise on white bread.
>> you're absolutely right. >> nice combination. >> it is a nice combination. it's nostalgic. >> yes. >> jimmy: wow, that's -- [ applause ] matthew fox, everybody. hey, you better win an emmy this year. if you don't, shame on -- shame, shame, shame on you voters. "t "lost" the complete sixth season is available now. we'll be right back with josh hutcherson.
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>> jimmy: hello there, we're back. still to come, the swell season. our next guest at age 17 has already costarred with tom hanks, robin williams, jeff daniels and will ferrell. nothing to look forward to, honestly. his latest movie is the critically acclaimed "the kids are all right" is the in theaters now. please say hello to josh hutcherson.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how is everything? >> it's been really good. >> jimmy: life is going well? >> great. >> jimmy: you've been here a couple of times before. we've seen you grow up before our eyes. >> magimaginmagic, right. >> jimmy: do you have a girlfriend or anything? are you dating? >> oh, man. i've come to the conclusion that actresses are all crazy. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> but i can't stay away, is the problem, so i just -- >> jimmy: do you think they are crazier than actors? >> it's a different kind of crazy. very different. we're both not okay. i know that much. >> jimmy: so does it make a bad combination, do you think? >> it's an interesting combination. makes for a really fun time and really bad times, as well. but you know, it's something i'm going to have to deal with all my life, i feel like. >> jimmy: well, what a cross you have to bear. >> i know. >> jimmy: you graduated already? >> last year. >> jimmy: oh, you went -- home
schooling, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: was the graduation ceremony in your kitchen or something? >> it was, yeah. no, no graduation ceremony. after i graduated, they told me had to work longer hours, i didn't get any breaks. >> jimmy: do you feel like you missed that experience? >> well, sort of. i tried going back to high school for one semester, that's all i lasted. it was horrible. >> jimmy: what happened? >> i had to get up early every day. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> i slept to 3:00 and then i have to get up at 6:00 a.m. and stay -- >> jimmy: you sleep until 3:00 in the afternoon? >> most days, yes. >> jimmy: oh, my god. wow. wow. do you rarely see the sun. you're like a vampire. >> i am. without the cool parts. just the sleeping part. >> jimmy: you are originally from kentucky, and your dad lives in kentucky? >> my dad and brother. >> jimmy: so, do you go back there a lot? >> i do. i was just back home for the fourth of july and we have this giant kentucky style fourth of july party with lots of fireworks and me and my friends and mom drove across the
country, up through yellowstone and all the way through. it was pretty -- >> jimmy: nice, nice. a lot of fun if mom wasn't with you. >> here's the thing. i wanted to camp. i wanted to rough it, but my mom wanted to stay in hotels. some nights she did decide to camp, she had to have an air mattress in the tent. i had ipod speakers built into it, with wifi. so, it was like -- >> jimmy: wifi? >> all camping sites across the u.s. have wifi now. very frustrating. i want to rough it. i have to check my facebook status. >> jimmy: you are forced to, once there's wifi. >> you have no excuse. >> jimmy: you're not going to check it? so you can actually, instead of looking at a real rainbow, you can look at the double rainbow -- >> no way. oh, my god, full rainbow. i love that video so much. >> jimmy: so, you didn't do much real camping or you did -- >> i left them a lot. me and my friend andre and my little brother conner, we want
to real campgrounds and they went to random hotels. >> jimmy: so when you go back to kentucky are they excited that you're in movies and -- >> yeah, i think they're kind of used to it now because i come back and forth so much since i was 9 years old. i know everybody there, i guess. i'm a kentucky colonel in -- >> jimmy: you're a colonel? >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: like colonel sanders? >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: how does that work? >> they send you a paper in the mail and say you're a colonel. >> jimmy: i would like to be a colonel. >> get on it. >> jimmy: you're an actual colonel? >> it's hanging on my wall back home. proudly. >> jimmy: could you be sent over to iraq? >> we'll see. haven't called yet. >> jimmy: and you're a what, what's the other thing? >> i'm a davies county executive judge and i have a gavel that says davies county executive judge on it. >> jimmy: what does that entitle you to? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: like, if you were arrested could you try yourself
and let yourself out? >> in davies county, perhaps. i don't know. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. you're an executive judge. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that means not real judge. it's like executive golf course, right? >> exactly, yeah. >> jimmy: that sounds all right. now, you're in this new movie, people are raving about this movie. and -- well, tell people about what the idea of the film is. >> it's a film like a modern family with two moms, instead of the traditional mom and dad and just being a family and going through the problems that my family goes through and everybody else's family in the world does. >> jimmy: but with two moms. >> yes. >> jimmy: who are married. >> who are married, yeah. >> jimmy: and we have a clip. you play their son, and your name in the movie is -- >> laser. >> jimmy: laser. >> american gladiators style. >> jimmy: do we need to set up the clip? >> it's pretty self-'em explanatory. >> laser, your mom and i sense there's some other stuff going on in your life.
we just want to be let in. >> what do you mean? >> are you having a relationship with someone? >> you can tell us, honey. we would understand and support you. >> look, i -- i only met him once. >> what do you mean once? >> did he find you online? >> wait, who? >> paul. >> who is paul? >> i met him with joanie. >> forget the set up. who is paul? >> our sperm donor. did you guys think i was gay? >> jimmy: "the kids are all rig right" is in theaters now. josh hutcherson, everybody. we'll be right back with the swell season. [ female announcer ] what if your natural beauty could be flawless, too?
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