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nice to seu. >> jimmy: and happy belated birthday >> thank you very much >> jimmy: i did not -- your birthday is -- >> july 12th >> jimmy: july 12th. >> yeah. >> jimmy: there's some confusion about -- >> there's been a little bit of confusion about this i'm about to start turning bright red because i just feel so terrible about it it's -- okay, it was not initially my fault, now it is >> jimmy: okay >> here's why. >> jimmy: okay >> so when -- a couple years ago, i started getting random birthday messages, tweets. >> jimmy: yeah >> just a few on twitter and things on april 2nd saying "happy birthday. >> jimmy: april 2nd. yeah >> and i wst like, "oh, that's nge. it's not my -- >> jimmy: birthday, no it's not >> "but thank you so much. and it started happening a a little bit more and i finally just got on twitter and said, you know, "it's not my birthday. but thank you so muc [ light laughter ] a -- and then -- okay, so a friend of mine and i, we're sort of laughing about this. we were like, "it's so strange my birthday is april 2nd on the internet." i told someone i said, "go -- go online and like, see if you can change this it says it on google like, go on the internet change my birthday." >> jimmy: yeah
>> someone went on and put my real birthday in >> jimmy: yes. >> and it was rejected [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they said "absolutely not. >> it was -- they just said, "that's not it." >> jimmy: no, that's not - >> "it's april 2nd is your birthday this is not it." i was like, "okay. that's the original fake news. t like it becameer than the truth. my friend and i found this very amusing. so i got on twitter like an idiot and said, "who wants to change my internet birthday? december 15th? [ light laughter ] >> jim: you just said as a a joke you just made that up and said - >> we just thought it would be - >> jimmy: -- "can you do it. >> -- stupid and amusing >> jimmy: yeaher >> there wlike couple thousand of people who followed me i never thought anyone that would care and then it became so, so, so real. >> jimmy: it's real. >> it's so real. >> jimmy: a screen shot from today. >> this is how you know.sa wikipedia ys it's real [ laughter and applause my >> jim: december 15th. >> but it became so real that i was shooting a movie abroad thow past winter and, you kn like it was december and i walked on set one day, walked into my trailer and there were flowers everywhere [ light laughter ] benedict cumberbatch bought me a book and i was like -- just felt like so mortified.
and then i told everyone that it wasn't my birthday. they were embarrassed, then i nearlyied of secondhand embarrassment. [ light laughter ] anyways -- >> jimmy: yeah >> -- this is a ve silly story. i really need to come clean. my birthday is july 12th somebody please change it on wikipedia. >> jimmy: so july 12th [ cheers and applause she's not this typof person. >> i'm not a liar. >> jimmy: we don't like these tricks >> i tried to change it back >> jimmy: july 12th. oh, yeah no -- july 12th, please, internet, if you're wahing - [ laughter ] >> wikipedia >> jimmy: yeah wikipedia, change that thing >> if hear this, please change birthday. >> jimmy: yeah please, you're too nice for this >> i'm so sorry. >> jimmy: i know no, no we know it's coming from a good please, we love you. tell me about -- your work with covenant house >> yes, so i've been working with this amazing organization called covenant house for e last seven years it's an organization that provides vital support and services to young people overcoming homelessness. and they have a pracence in 31 cities ss the u.s., canada, and latin america. >> jmy: wow. >> and this upcoming august 19th, myself -- me -- and a bunch of other members of the broadway and fomm and television cnity will be spending a night outside as an act of solidarity and to raise
money and awareness for covenant house and the young people that they provide services for >> jimmy: good for you [ cheers and applause amazing. >> yeah. e i'm reallyited >> jimmy: how do people get involved hoe do they -- how do they know how to get involved? >> there are a lot of different ways to get involved the easiest and fastest way is to make a donation >> jimmy: okayio >> any donathelps no matter how small and no matter how large, they all help [ laughter ] the link is -- i've posted all over the place it's in mynstagram bio, on twitter. on the facebook somewhere. and you can also join a sleep out near you the covenant house has a a presence all over the u.s. you can find one they do sleep outs all year longth e's also sleep out america, which is in november and you can sleep out anywhere with your friends, with your family, your co-workers from -- in your own front or back yard >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: good for you for you're doing that. that's awesome >> thank you
it's been an amazing experience >> jimmy: every time you come on i feel like -- i don't know maybe i'm good luck or something like that. or maybe you're just really talented ] [ light laughter you win another -- you win another award and i have to congratulate you on the award. but you -- >> is that true? e >> jimmy: yeah >> every time? y >> jimmy: every time've come on, you've won -- you won a golden globe you won an emmy since last time >> i think that means that you're my good luck charm. thank yo >> jimmy: yeah, i am but no, you're really good you're really talented >> thank you >> jimmy: obviously, congrats on your emmy nomination. >> thank you very much [ cheers and applause thanks >> jim: well deserved. >> thank you >> jimmy: and it's such a tricky role. i say this every time you're on but 's such a tricky role to play a comedian, 'cause usually when you see these shows, they're not quite funny enough jokes and you're like, "yeah, i love her but it's not funny. you're funny and it's great. and so you're just knocking it out of the park. so congrats on that. >> thank you >> jimmy: i know you're filming season three or are you finished filming >> we are in the middle of filming season three wef e about three-quarters o the way through. >> jimmy: really all right. [ cheers ] i'm happy about the -- can you say anything about the plot or we'll just find out?an >> i c say a whole lot i don't want to spoil anything >> jimmy: no, i don't want get
you in trouble yeah, okay >> we know from the end of last season that midge is on the roadldhis year with shy n, and so there will be some -- some shenanigans. we shot a couple weeks in miami, which was crazy >> jimmy: oh, fun. >> but yeah, she's on the road anis year. that's about all i cay >> jimmy: i saw that you were in jfk >> i was at jfk. we were shooting some promo shoots -- shots, shoots at jfk >> jimmy: yeah >> just for an afternoon but it was -- it was fun because we got to go throughn security istume. we got like, these tickets to nowhere and got to go through the tsa in fulmecostume to take sohotos. and so alex borstein, and amy and dan, and a bunch of our crew >> jimmy: did people freak out i mean, here's - >> you know -- >> jimmy: someone took a phoin costume >> yeah, that's me in security at jfkla [ hter ] getting very patted down - >> jimmy: yeah >> -- and metal detected because within this costume there is a lot of underthings. w i wear aig on the show there's a lot of clips that are involvedet so the m detector was like - [ impersonating beeping >> jimmy: yeah, yeah
>> you know, everywhere they're like, "can you take that off?" i was like >> jimmy: but do fans just come up and go like, "what is going on?" >> no -- honestly, we went relatively unnoticed we just kind of marched through jfk and, you know, new yorkerst don're they're just trying to get out of here in the summer. [ laughter ] they just went about their day >> jimmy: new yorkers don't care yeah, they're like - >> they've seen crazier things on the streets of new york they were like - >>immy: "yeah, we're good. yeah >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip from this past season of the show here's rachel brosnahan in "the marvelous mrs. maisel. take a look. ti>> so this is the first i've ever been on television there's no way yth could possibly kno because, you see, television demands an unerring instinct for knowing where the camera is at all times. [ laughter ] not something you can learn. pure instinct.er so i am not a sing you would know that if i -- well, sang i am actually a comedian i talk to people for a living. not that i'm making a living really, this whole comedian thing was all just a ruse to get on this telethon today [ laughter ] nathan, i'll take that $78,000 now in small bills [ laughter ]
arthritis be damned. at's right this an extremely unlikely stickup. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: it's like it's from -- it's amazing rachel brosnahan, everyone rachel and i are playing a a brand new game when we come back ick around [ cheers and applause ♪ see ya later. i'm out of here. alright. fellas. ♪ hello, are you the losmith? yes i am. come on in. i think we were able to salvage the lock. [ shouting ] ♪ muchas gracias. ya tú sabes. [ laughing ] the pink? let's go mets! go time daddy! [ giggles ] number six, number six. ohhhh man. ok my hat off. [ "to love somebody" by bee gees playing ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back to he tonight show," everybody it's time to play a brand-new game called "seven seconds." [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: higgins, can you please explain the game? >> steve: thank you, jimmy >> jimmy: you're welcome >> steve: when you hear this sound -- ♪wi the clock start >> jimmy: okay >> steve: and without looking at the timer behind -- do not look each of you will take a turn
trying to stop the clock at exactly seven seconds by pushing your butn. >> jimmy: gotcha, gotcha >> steve: whose ever timer is closer to exactly seven seconds, higheor lower - >> jimmy: why are you describing like it's a horror movie? [ laughter ] afraid.un game. >> steve: it is fun. but it's tense'm i >> jimmy: all right. okay >> steve: seven seconds! >> jimmy: okay, got you, buddy >> steve: jimmy, you're up any thoughts >> jimmy hear this sound - ♪ >> jimmy: okay >> steve: the clock will start are you ready? >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: are you sure >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: homany seconds >> jimmy: seven. >> steve: good luck. [ light laughter ] ♪ [ light laughter ] ♪ >> steve: oh [ audience ohs ] do you want to know your time or not >> jimmy: yes. right? do i yeah >> steve: 7.12 seconds [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: wow. not bad. not bad. >> not bad >> steve: all right, rachel. >> okay.
remember, when you hear this sound -- ♪ you'll commence the seven seconds. >> okay. >> steve: good luck. >> my heart is racing. >> steve: this sound - ♪ >> jimmy: oh, but not yet. not yet. not yet. not yet. don't -- >> steve: begin. when you hear it ♪ ♪ >> steve: ooh! >> jimmy: i didn't look.in >> did i w >> steve: rachel, you are the winner of that round [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: wow! wow! that's good. >> steve: insane in the membrane all right.d this is rouno or the deuce as we call it. [ laughter ] this time we're going to really mix things up. this time -- >> jimmy: we've never called it y.e deuce, ever, by the wa [ laughter ]we >> steve: call it the deuce >> jimmy: no, we don't >> steve: round two. >> jimmy: oh, yes. >> steve: the deuc j >>my: no one does that either the whole thing is weird >> steve: the deuce. >> jimmy: here we go ng steve: this time it's g to get nuts.
because this te you will begin. >> jimmy: uh-huh >> steve: and you will count to seven seconds. when you hr this sound - ♪ >> stop playing the sound. >> steve: it's nuts. good luck.>> immy: same thing we just did. >>, teve: no, it's round two the deuce. >> jimmy: yeah, i know i understand it's the deuce. [ laughter ] all right, good luck ♪ >> steve: ooh. 6.31 jimmy. >> jimmy: yes.no >> steve: itw your turn.>> immy: yes. >> steve: are you ready? >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: to hear this sound - ♪ because when you hear this sound -- ♪ you will commence. you.at's correct, thank >> steve: when it is your turn to begin >> jimmy: it is my turn, yes >> steve: because the rules get crazy -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> steve: -- in e deuce. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] no one says that that's not on cards or [ laughter ] ♪
>> steve: oh jimmy is the winner. >> jimmy: what wow. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: this is the final round. >> okay. >> steve: the game called seven seconds where things to get even more intense not -- ha ha ha ha one time iense, not deuce times intense.im >> j: no one - >> steve: but three times more intense to be precise because u yon't have seven seconds you won't even have 14 seconds >> jimmy: 21 seconds >> steve: you will have -- wait, let me finish. you'll have -- >> 21 seconds. >> jimmy: okayve ry good. >> steve: and you'll both be doing itt the same time. >> oh, wow >> jimmy: got you. >> steve: when you hear this - ♪ >> jimmy: yes, i -- stop doing that, please >> steve: not this - ♪ >> jimmy: wait, wait, wait, what [ laughter ] >> steve: 'cause that's the wrong sound. this sound is not the right sound -- ♪ this is the right sound -- ♪ [ laughter ]
so only hit your buzzer when you hear this -- ♪ not ♪ >> jimmy: okay [ laughter ] >> steve: are you sure you have that >> both: no! >> steve: all right, it is this ♪und -- >> jimmy: okay >> steve: not this - ♪ >> jimmy: stop playing the not -- >> steve: nor this is another laund that it is not - >> jimmy: don't everthe non-sound. >> no, no, no! [ beep ] >> jimmy: what was that? it is not.that's the sound that >> jimmy: okay, good >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's just play this game >> steve: well, good luck. this time -- >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: -- you both go - t >> all: at same time >> steve: when you hear this - ♪>> immy: here we go >> steve: the clock will start when you hear this - ♪ >> jimmy: that's right >> please stop >> jimmy: please stop. >> steve: good luck! >> i so -- ♪ >> jimmy: oh >> steve: don't freak out. [ laughter ] ♪ 21 seconds [ light laughter ready? [ drum roll ♪ ♪
[ audience ohs ] >> steve: oh judges [ drum roll rachel is the winnerpp [ cheers and ause ♪ >> jmy: 22.22. not bad! >> steve: not bad. >> jimmy: too early. >> steve: and you know what? you are the seven second superstar so that means u will now get to bask in seven send celebration hit it [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> oh. >> jimmy: that's it. oh, wow, that's seven seconds. there you go, all right. [ cheers and applause check outs mrs. maisel" on amazon prime we'll be right back with more "tonight show," everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ everybody has a great story to tell, and our job as producers is to help pull myat story out. ame is taylor, and i am a producer for tv and podcasts.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our next guest is starring in the new cinemax series "jett" which airs friday nights at 10:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, carla gugino [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: come on. welcome back please welcome backo the show - >> thanks, guys. >> jimmy: i love having you here >>lad to be here >> jimmy: how is your summer going? >> well, it's been really good the person in school wke i'm everyone else is on summer break because i've been working a lot. >> jimmy: so you didn't even really have a summer >> but i love -- yeah, no.an i mei love -- i've been in berlin, but working. been in pittsburgh, but
working. i haven't had, like, an aperolr spritz oy kind of, like -- [ light laughter ] -- like, i haven't even gotten an aperol spritz >> jimmy: i mean, that is -- it's -- that is the hottest drink. >> it is >> jimmy: everyone is drinking aperol - why? >> i know. it's become this, like, the simplest drink that has somehow become, like, fetishized people are really -- >> jimmy: yeah >> i know. >> jimmyfeels like i'm being sold it to >> i know. i know, it's a little pushy. >> jimmy: yeah >> no, i haven't had - >> jimmy: the government wants us to drink aperol spritz. >> exactlyre so the something we're going to find out. >> jimmy: conspiracy theory. >> for sure. in nature or anything.n't been or outside or -- >> no, no, i actually -- not in a couple months. in may -- oh, in may, yes, i went -- i went to bedford which is beautiful >> jimmy: yeah >> i took sebastian, i took my stepson up there. he was in his first year of law schoolda and it was his birth and we felt like we needed to get him out of the city and, like, see some nature. and then i thought -- maybe it had been a long time since i have been in nature, actually. because at brunch there were-- these bees that i'm hey were, like, this big or having sex.either fighting i don't know what. [ laughter ] but they were, like, really, really into each other
>> jimmy: really >> so that was the start and then we -- then we thought we would go for a hike and there was -- and the hotel was like, "oh, there's a a beautiful, beaut sul park right up teet. you just, you know, go straight and take a right." and i was like, "okay, great is there any, like, great trail you know, we'll go for, like, a 45 minute hike or something. >> jimmy: nice >> really beautiful. and they said, "yeah, no there's so many. there's all these great trailsu you know, yon't even need a map. just -- you know, you can get one from the guard if you want or whatever. so we get there. and there's a lovely guard at the gate we pay to go in. and i'm, like, "hey, do you know, do we need a map or can we just find our way? and he was like, "we, i'll give you a map but you don't really need a map. like, just, you know, take a a trail. all these signs to get you back." so we go i have my small dog, melville. who's, you know, a big dog in a small dog's body but he's like a little schnauzer. >> jimmy: cute, melville >>ittle cute melville. and so we all embark on what we think is going to be this really quick walk. we have, like, half bottles of water. like, very not prepared. but i lived in a teepee as a a kid. i'm like, "i can do this i'm a nature girl. so we go up. and we start walking and first of all there's a sign that says "be bear aware."
>> jimmy: yeah, i'm sorry, wait did you -- >> which is alarming >> jimmy: did you say you grew up in a tepee? [ laughter ] i didn't want to just let that go by me >> i thought you knew this about me i lived in a tepee for six months when i was a kid with my mom.>> immy: what >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> i had a major kidney operation. and she thought it was, like, a perfect place to heal. and -- you know, it was the 70s. i mean, you know [ laughter ] you got to be -- there's a a little context there >> jimmy: you lived in a tepee that's amazing >> it was amazing. it was amazing >> jimmy: wow. >> it was amazing. so i should be super, like, dv ready for this ature, right? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, you are one of the few people -- i've ever met tt -- thank you >> jimmy: "i lived in a tepee. that's amazing >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you ever hear the joke the guy goes to the doctor he goes, "i'm a tee, i'm a a wigwam i'm a tepee, i'm a wigwam. doctor goes, "calm down, you're two tents. [ laughter ]ul >> no, that is a >> boo >> i've never heard. >> jimmyi'm getting booed. >> i can't believe i - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: someone booed me from the audienceli >> i think if d in a a tepee and i haven't heard it it's not good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's true. all right, sorry
so back to this the trail. >> oy, yeah. so anyway, no. so we -- so i -- bear aware. i'm like, "that's all good." you know, we - >> jimmy: bear aware >> bear aware which is in and of itself great.im >> j: cute but also frightening. >> but also frightening. >> jimmy: yeah >> because laugh and then you're like, "oh." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah lk and then -- so we're wag up and, like, let me take melville off the leash and he's running, i'm throwing sticks for him and we hit a dead end. we're like, "oh, i guess this trail doesn't go any further." so we turn aroun d as we're coming down, i'm not exaggerating, there's six inches in front of my foot a a massive, like, five foot long snake. i'm sure not poisonous but black and is moving quick. >> jimmy: no >> and so i'm like, "pick him up pick melville up." so we all, like, grab melville >> jimmy: yeah, get poor melville >> and so we're walking a little bit further we get to a new trail. i see a smaller snake. i'm pretty sure that one was poisonous. it had, like, a really weird marking on it. >> jimmy: what is this -- where's this >> what's happening? >> jimmy: a snake sign >> exactly >> jimmy: bear aware how about -- yeah. >> i see, like, some fresh bear poo so, like now we're, like - 're like, "i think it's fresh. i think it was here 20 minutes ago. you know so now we're , like -- >> jimmy: bear grylls now. yeah
>> we're, like, totally, like,rs trappe [ laughter ] and finally we're lost we've given the last bit of water to melville. it's, like, an hour and a half in and i finally am like -- and you get that littlpart of you that's scared. but i'm finally like, you know, "guys, i got to, like -- can you just go ahead for a second this is really kind of gross." but i was like - you know how, you know, runners, like, you know, the whole, like, snot rocket thing like, where you just got to get rid of it? like, i'm sorry, guys. >> jimmy: ere you have to blow your nose >> you know what i'm talking about. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah no [ laughter ] yeah, no none of us have done it. but, yes >> so, like, just go ahead just wait a minute so i go like this, right and i take my sweatshirt and i go to, like, wipe my nose and i look down. and my white sweatshirt is covered in bloodi anve basically gotten a bloody nose. so at this point they turn around they're like, "what's going on?" t so now iing to take my sweatshirt off i'm, like, changing in the forest i'm like, now we're going to die. no one will be able too find us they're going to think i was attacked [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're covered in blood. >> the bears are going to come for me >> jimmy: you're like, nature." >> yes, exactly.
basically i was, like, i've become a real new yorker >> jimmy: yes, come back to the city yeah, all right good i'm glad you surved that one please >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. we're happy that you're safe [ cheers and applause i'm excited about your show "jett. congrats you're getting rave reviews -- >> thank you >> jimmy: -- on this show. can you set it ufor everyone who hasn't seen it >> sure. well, i play a thief she's a very good thief. she is much moreike a young clint eastwood she keeps her own counsel. she doesn't care what anybody else thinks abouher. >> jimmy: yeah >> and it's a really -- a really amazing show. i'm really excited about it.d >> jimmy: is is on cinemax? >> it's on cinemax >> jimmy: and so when you're learning -- 'cause i love this about actors y when're learning to become a thief, do you, like, take lessons? do you know how to pick a lock and stuff? >> i now know how to and it's unfortunately much in easier than you'd th [ laughter ] it was really alarming >> jimmy: really >> yeah, i was like, "uh-oh. " >> jimmy: wow. >> like, i need some new locks on t house >> jimmy: are you a good thief >> well, this is the thing i am a little clumsy and i realized i loud. like, i gesture with my hands a lot.
and, you know, thieves have to be very quiet. >> jimmy: yeah >> so there became a theme of, i would get the direction of "that was the thief who was too loud." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah >> and basically you'd get caught so, you know, it was that kind of thing like, you know, you're bumping -- >> jimmy: yeah as>> like this is not -- p don't do that. >> jimmy: yeah >> so i had to learn to be very zen and very quiet >> jimmy: well, it's very gosh i want to ow everyone a clip here is carla gugino in "jett. take a look at this. >> if your boss need somebody taken out, there's a whole bunch of people in that line of business >> i think he sees you in a different light now. what with fransweeney and blair out of the way after the savoy job. and now the nurse's boyfriend. and the rent-a-cop from portsmouthav >> you hquite a network of information. >> that's one thing we do well >> it's important to know what you're good at tell your boss i'm a thief that's what i'good at. >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause carla gugino, everybody. "jett" airs fridays at 10:00 p.m. on cinemax. after the break we will meet
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champion please welcome kyle "bugha" giersdorf [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: congratulations on winning. >> thank you >> jimmy: this is the tropri t here >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you mind if i bring it up? >> that's good >> jimmy: wo it's actually really heavy look at this [ cheers and applause ♪ >> set it right there. >> jimmy: that's really heavy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow, what a great -- what a great trophy. what are you going to do with it >> probably hang it up somewhere.t like, puit on, like, one of my desks >> jimmy: you cat hang this thing. it's a hundred pounds. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah, i can't hang -- >> jimmy: you got to lean it against -- >> i don't even know >> jimmy: it's so heavy. you got to build a whole n room around it i want to put this over here just for now, so i can see your face beuse it's giant [ light laughter ] explain this to me how does it work what goes into it? because i think people think, "oh, you just play video games
and you won. it's like, no, i think there's -- you put a lot of work into this >> yeah. >> jimmy: am i right >> so, like, long practice every day. like, evy day i wake up. got to like warm up my hands for 30 minutes then i got to pretty much, like - [ light laughter ] you know, play - warm up my hands by playing, like, "fortnite creative", stuff li that. and then - >> jimmy: wait, wait, wait walk me through your day so what time do you wake up? >> we talking school day or a weekend? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: t's -- let's talk weekend. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah >> maybe, like, 12:00, 1:00? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man. i'm really - you so bad, dude. [ laughter ] i'm so jealous i'm so jealous of you right now. so you wake up at 12:00 noon, yeah and before you warm up your hands what do you do yeah [ laughter ] >> so -- >> jimmy: what do what do you eat at 12:00 noon? >> maybe a banana. >> jimmy: okay gotcha all right, i like bananas. but then you get - you get on to the game and you start playing immediately or no >> yeah, i, like, get on, warm up with that and then i go into, like, a call all that my friends and go over strategies and then -- >> jimmy: do you play with just strangers or do you play with, like, a -- like, a --
>> no, like, a team. >> jimmy: you team >> like friends and stuff like that, yeah >> jimmy: you're on a team now >> mmm >> jimmy: what is the name o your name?>> sentinels >> jimmy: sentinels. yeah, so you get on with those guys and you - it's monday through -- that's every day or what is it >> pretty much, yeah >> jimmy: wow.t' >> ilike my job. >> jimmy: that's -- wow. and did your parents - i know they're proud of you. but at first were they like -- [ laughter ] i mean, yeah but at first they got to be like bugha.we got to talk, you know, let's -- what is "bugha" from >> my grandpa gave me the name when i he used to say, like, "bugha, bigha, bugha." and i used to laugh. >> jimmy: oh, no way [ audience aws ] >> that's where i get it from. >> jimmy: hey, good for that i love grandpa -- grandpa stories. so your rents go, "okay, this is fun but you got to get working over at, like, 7-eleven or something. ] [ laughter you got to get a job." >> yeah, so, l te, pretty much wheny found out, like, i could actually do this for pretty much a job, like, was when i pretty much got signed to the team and all that but before that i justid, like, little competitions and made, like, a little bit of money off that >> jimmy: like, how much money did you win first competition? >> $100. >> jimmy: yeah, nothing. >> yeah, not - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what are you, 16 $100
you must have freaked out and said, "mom, dad, this is kesomething. i can maoney." and they're like, "it's only $100, buddy. but that's a lot of money. >> to me it was at the time because, like -- >> jimmyto me it is now. yeah, i mean - [ laughter ] well, $100 so you won a hundred bucks and then you go, "i can do this. and en this happens. i mean, did you freak out? >> i don't know. it's, like, i had, like, no emotion, but at the keme time it felt linreal. i don't know [ light lahter ] >> jimmy: because you were just -- you were just in the zone >> yeah, pretty much >> jimmy: so what time of day was this that you won? >> when it happened? >> jimmy: yeah >> like, midday yesterday. like, ybe 4:00 - >> jimmy: like, when you wake up 12:00 noon [ laughter ] u woke had a banana, won $3 million so i just -- i've got to congratulate you on this this is great, it's a great trophy and i hope to see you again, buddy. congratulations. >> thank you >> jimmy: good job >> appreciate it [ cheers andpplause >> jimmy: kyle "bugha" giersdorf ty dolla $ign performs for us next stick arou, everybody. this thing is awesome, dude. [ cheers and applause ♪
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