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see you tomorrow. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, nba champion tony parker. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from linkin park. with cleto and the cletones. and now in all likelihood, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i am jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming.
thank you for clapping. it's very nice of you. don't think i don't appreciate it. this saturday is the official first day of summer. june 21st is the -- it's the summer solstice. it's when the sun shines bright like a diamond. or like the sun. it's the longest day of the year. if you see someone roller blading by in hot pants and a belly shirt this weekend, wave hi to me. you know how they say if you see only one movie this summer or read only one book this summer? that's what i'm going to do. i'm going to see one movie, read one book. why push myself? tonight we'll be spending one of our few remaining ghts of spring with linkin park. and also -- [ cheers and applause ] eric bana is with us. and from the san antonio spurs, tony parker is here. [ cheers and applause ]
who better to show us how to beat the heat? tony helped the spurs win the nba championship on sunday and he's here tonight to brag about it. and who can blame him? of course, there's a lot of celebration in san antonio after the spurs won it. i like this video to serve as a lesson to fans of any team that wins a title. >> the spurs! >> whoo! [ honking horns ] >> oh, [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: guys, wait. and then like a wounded penguin, he waddled into the night. the washington redskins lost a legal battle yesterday. the redskins have been under a lot of pressure to change the team name because it's a racial slur. we got used to it because it's been around for a long time, but it's a racial slur. and they may be forced to abandon it whether they want to or not because yesterday the team lost their federal trademark. the u.s. patent and trademark office canceled the trademark because they say the name redskins is disparaging to
native americans. so now the team doesn't have exclusive rights to it. anyone can use the name redskins for commercial purposes, which could cost them hundreds of millions of dollars. but the owner of the team, daniel snyder, vowed he will never change the name. he's very much against it. i guess he either doesn't agree or doesn't care that it's offensive. and a lot of people are with him on that. i was thinking about this. i believe i have a simple way to make this work for everyone. may i have a pen? yes, thank you. all right. very good. do you have anything bigger than that? all right. here we go. hi, guillermo. i'm going to solve this right now, okay? [ laughter ] all right? now they're the fredskins. [ applause ] and now no one can be offended.
>> the hell we can't! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i was not expecting this. why, it's fred willard. >> yes, i'm fred willard. you're darn right. and i'm here on behalf of freds all over the world who are saying we're no longer going to stand for this hogwash or bull hooey. >> jimmy: i didn't mean to offend -- >> well, you did offend. we are all freds and each one of us is as unique as a snowflake. >> jimmy: okay. aren't you making kind of a big deal out of this? >> a big deal? you're saying it's no big deal? don't you try to run away from me, jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: i wasn't -- >> i'm here to tell you. you tell that to all the freds who were supposed to be here for this protest but in fact they had prior engagements. which is besides the point. i'm talking about your fred savages and fred dirss and right
said fred. and fred mercury. >> jimmy: he passed away, yeah. >> and fred flintstone. >> jimmy: he's not actually real. >> you'll find out how real they are when you hear from our lawyers. right now, if you'll excuse me, i'm going back to your green room and fill my pockets with tootsie rolls. >> jimmy: really? >> you still have those, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i love them. they're so chewy. >> jimmy: they're almost like chocolate. they're more like plastic than chocolate. >> do you still have the big ones? >> jimmy: we do. they're soft, too. >> you almost feel you shouldn't be eating them. >> jimmy: yes. >> stop trying to distract me and win me over. >> jimmy: i didn't mean to. >> all i have to say to you is, goodbye and i'll see you in court. and jimmy, one more thing, good luck with the baby. >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> fred if it's a boy, or a girl. who knows today? who cares? >> jimmy: thank you for that. [ applause ] >> when does it end? when does it end? the humanity. >> jimmy: i don't know.
[ cheers and applause ] fred willard, everybody. i felt like i was in a fight for a minute there. you know, brazil was -- i don't need this anymore, brimming with enthusiasm as the world cup continued today. how long is this going to go on anyway, the world cup? until christmas or something? england lost today to uruguay. was that a big upset? >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: i heard that was a big upset. i watched greece play japan today. that was a fun game for the announcers. like, zetsfetidas gets it past nagatanamo. and cristolopolsp. they earned their money today. this is a highlight from the game between colombia and the ivory coast. it's time for our world cup play of the day. ♪
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kim kardashian is getting her own video game. it's called kim kardashian hollywood. it will be available next week. in the game a virtual version of you gets to accompany kim around hollywood to "hit the hottest clubs, flirt, and fall in love." you and your friends can also wear fashion styles, send gifts, and see who can become the bigger celebrity. or you can read a book. [ laughter ] if you're just sitting on your couch doing nothing all day, aren't you already playing the kim kardashian game? [ applause ] meanwhile, mattel just introduced a new barbie doll called entrepreneur barbie. that's her.
mattel says barbie is ready to make a bold business move and strike out on her own to achieve her career dreams. it's about time. she's like 80 years old. she comes with a -- you can see the tiny little smartphone and tablet computer, so you can look forward to fishing those out of your kid's nose in the near future. and by the way, she has her own linkedin page. i already spend like, i don't know, half the day ignoring linkedin requests from my friends. now i have to ignore them for my daughter's toys, too. and by the way, entrepreneur, not a career. entrepreneur is the job your cousin who sells weed claims to have at thanksgiving dinner. [ applause ] it's the sort of thing thief been thinking about lately, these toys, because as fred mentioned my wife is having a baby this summer. we don't know if we're having a boy or girl. we assume it's one or the other. but you never know. i have two older kids. my kids are in their 40s now. one of them is older than i am. so it's been a long time since i've taken care of a baby. you forget almost everything.
at least i forgot almost everything. so to brush up and to get some advice on how to raise a child, i went right to the source. i asked a child to help me figure some things out, a 6-year-old girl named isla. we had a very enlightening conversation. ♪ isla, how old are you? >> 6. >> jimmy: so you've been a kid for a while now. how long? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: but you were a baby once? >> yeah. everyone was a baby once. >> jimmy: that's true. what i'm hoping for is that you can give me some information and teach me how to be a good dad. because my wife is having a baby. okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: and i was just wondering what you think, like what to you is a good dad? what does a good dad do? >> well, i suggest you start changing the diaper. >> jimmy: myself? >> yes. >> jimmy: yuck. i don't want to do that.
>> well, you're not going to relate really like eat the poop. >> jimmy: yeah, i am. >> no, you're not. >> jimmy: yes, i am. what am i supposed to do with it, throw it against the ball? >> you're supposed to wipe the butt. >> jimmy: ew. i'm not going to do that. whose butt? >> the baby's butt. >> jimmy: no way. the baby doesn't want that. the baby should learn to wipe its own butt. >> but he don't know how because they don't have a smart brain. >> jimmy: they don't? do babies come with brains or do you have to have that put in? >> they do come with brains, they just don't know about it and they're just like squirming around like -- >> jimmy: are they dumb? >> no. they're not dumb. >> jimmy: well, they can't even wipe themselves. that doesn't sound very smart to me. >> so you're going to have to do it yourself. that's what grownups do. >> jimmy: oh, no. i don't want to do that. >> first, you'll have to open the diaper.
>> jimmy: oh. >> and then you're going to have to get a wipe and wipe the butt. >> jimmy: hold on. will you show me how to do it? because i have a baby doll. will you show me how to do it? >> okay. where's the baby doll? >> jimmy: here's a baby doll. is this the right way to hold the baby? >> nope. >> jimmy: how should i do it then? >> you should do it like that. >> jimmy: okay. >> when they're 1 years old, hold them by the butt. >> jimmy: okay. that's good. okay. so here we go. >> no, no. >> jimmy: i'm holding him by the butt. >> no, no, no. flip it over and hold him by the butt like this. >> jimmy: oh, other way, okay. now, this butt that i'm holding him by, this is where the poop comes out, so this i don't want to touch. >> you're not going to touch the butt. you're going to touch it with a wipe. so like your hands are going to be clean but you're going to have to wash them. >> jimmy: okay. so put the baby right here?
>> yeah, and then there's a diaper on, so like you're going to pull the sides. then open it up. >> jimmy: right. >> and there's poop. it's chocolate. >> jimmy: it is? hold on, i don't know what that smells like. >> you're eating the poop. >> jimmy: i'm still not sure if it's chocolate or not. >> okay. you're eating the poop. >> jimmy: i shouldn't do that with the real baby? >> no, because it's real poop. you don't want to eat poop and get all sick. >> jimmy: you're right. you're right. okay. now what do i do? >> you're going to get a wipe. >> jimmy: right. >> and then you wipe it like that. >> jimmy: uh-huh, uh-huh. >> and then you're going to lift the baby up. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> okay. then you're going to wipe this part. >> jimmy: with your hand? >> no.
with the wipe. >> jimmy: i don't see you using a wipe, i see you using your hand. >> well, there's no wipes here. >> jimmy: oh, look there, wipes just came in. >> thanks, dad. >> jimmy: yeah, thanks, dad. so you wipe the butt. oh, i have a good idea. what if there's extra other? you should put it in the baby's hat, right? >> no, no, no! >> jimmy: what? >> you should put it -- >> jimmy: sorry. there you go. >> put it in here. then we're going to roll it up and throw it in the trash. where's the trash? >> jimmy: here, i'll take it. let's see. i know, we'll throw it at the wall. >> no! the trash. the trash. remember, i told you earlier the trash. >> jimmy: but then the trash guy has got to come and pick it up. and then he doesn't want this. >> no! >> jimmy: this is such a hard thing to figure out. >> mamma mia. >> jimmy: i'm going to tell my
wife isla taught me how to change the baby when it has a poopy diaper. and what you do is you take the diaper off the baby, you get some wipes, you eat the poop, you then wiept bab wipe the bab, then you throw it at the garbage man as he's driving by. right? >> no, no! >> jimmy: i think that's what we do. >> n-o, no! >> jimmy: i'm going to be a very bad parent. >> [ screaming ]. >> jimmy: so are you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one more thing, it's thursday night, it's time for our weekly tribute to the fcc where we bleep and blur things whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> harrison ford could be off his feet for the next eight weeks after breaking his [ bleep ] on the set of the new "star wars" movie. >> for the last two years,
mexico has been trying to [ bleep ] -- >> quiet right now. could squeeze out a little bit of a [ bleep ] off to our west. >> fans reaching out to the players. >> and he i want to [ bleep ] because i'm a girl. >> there's not many teams in the world that could get [ bleep ] in the mouth like that. >> including [ bleep ] in your horse. >> let me tell you. acting so hard yesterday. i've been sore all day. >> you started scoring so many runs, i didn't want to [ bleep ] that up. >> the government here in iraq is a [ bleep ] government. >> the worst thing you can do is try to [ bleep ] the bear if you find yourself face to face with one in the wild. >> reporting live in moreno valley i'm tony [ bleep ], nbc 4 news. >> when we say we [ bleep ] you, we mean it. >> the power [ bleep ] on water. >> i love to [ bleep ] on water. >> me too. >> are you thinking what i'm thinking, bro? >> oh, yeah. >> let's go. >> whoa. >> right up your [ bleep ]! >> we don't know anything about
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight on the program, on sunday he and the rest of the san antonio spurs beat the miami heat in five games to become nba champions for 2014. tony parker is here with us. [ applause ] this is their brand new album. it's called "the hunting party." linkin park, brought to you by at&t. [ cheers and applause ] nice guys. we have a great lineup for you next week. the legendary bob newhart will be here. gary oldman will join us, zach braff, eric dane, roseanne barr, the extremely funny nathan fielder, and we'll have music from st. paul and the broken
bones, bleachers, tech nine, and spoon two. so join us next week. our first guest tonight is more australian than a koala bear. starting july 2, you can see him play real-life demon chaser and nypd officer ralph sarchi in the new movie "deliver us from evil," please welcome eric bana! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ eric, you got in from australia when? >> yesterday. >> jimmy: okay. >> i didn't try to do this silly thing of coming in today. i didn't want to come in looking like i was half drunk. i came in yesterday. >> jimmy: right. you're now fully drunk and ready to go. >> i had plenty of time to do all that stuff. >> jimmy: and it is winter there now. as summer -- is winter just about to start there? >> we're right in the middle of winter right now. so it's time for me to leave and
come and do shows like this. >> jimmy: gotcha. >> get a little break. >> jimmy: so you escaped -- you stay one step ahead of winter at all times. >> i try to film all my films in the australian winter. so just to break the back of it. >> jimmy: you have kids, right? how many kids do you have? >> i have two. >> jimmy: and so i'm just curious, i know this is a stupid thing and probably seems stupid to you. and any australian. so summertime happens during like christmas time. >> december/january, yeah. >> jimmy: so you have christmas in the summer, which seems very, very strange. even though that's essentially what we have here. so will the kids go like to camp for christmas? >> no, we don't have that tradition, unfortunately. we can't get rid of our kids. >> jimmy: oh. >> they just hang around. we don't have camps to handball them off to. so they're just around for eight weeks. >> jimmy: there's no camp in australia? >> we have bush fires and stuff.
so i guess it's probably not -- it's not ideal, you know. it's not ideal, you know. they go on camps, my kids go to a school that pride themselves on having tough camps, but they send them out in the middle of winter where they freeze their asses off, but summer they don't have that tradition. >> jimmy: how about that? that's very, very strange. maybe my parents were australian. i guess that's maybe why i didn't -- i never went to camp for that reason. plus even like ladybugs are poisonous over there, right? >> it is pretty bad. the good thing is, the stuff that you think will kill you won't. so i always like messing with people if they come down, because the huge spiders like the huntsman and the daddy longlegs are harmless. so i always like pick them up and say you want to play with this guy? and i say to people the big stuff you can see is totally fine. the little stuff that you can't see is the stuff that's going to kill you. just to freak them out. >> jimmy: that's relaxing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that sounds truly terrible. i don't know if i would be able to sleep there.
but you seem to be alive. i don't think most people realize you started as a comedian on television. and you did stand-up comedy also. >> yes. stand-up and many years of sketch comedy, which is -- you know, my career was kind of upside down. it's funny because there's a whole generation of people in australia who refuse to take me seriously. and then there's a whole generation of teenagers who have never seen my funny stuff. so it's kind of two existences. >> jimmy: so they have a hard time buying you in serious roles because like oh, there's the funny guy. >> yeah, the stupid guy from the last 20 years, we've seen him do all those stupid characters. we just -- we won't buy it. i'm like you don't have to buy it. i don't care. it's cool. it's all right. i'm happy either way. >> jimmy: did you make a conscious decision ton do -- like will you do it and then you will continue to do like sketch comedy at all? or is that out? >> i would never say never. i miss the sketch comedy more
than the standup. my kids are peeved off with me because they love it when dad gets angry because that's the only time i'm funny. i'm really pissed off walking around the house. my son's like you should do stand-up. i'm like i can't be bothered. i can't be bothered writing this stuff down. he's like i'll follow you around and jot it down, then you won't have to write it down and you can go off and do it. but it's not going to happen. >> jimmy: how old is your son? >> he's 14. >> jimmy: oh, and he wants you to do it. maybe that will be something he does. you can walk around writing down what he says. do you follow basketball? we have tony parker is here tonight. >> not much. i follow australian rules football. i played a little bit of basketball when i was a kid, because my mum initially didn't want me to play football and banned me from playing football, in fact. >> jimmy: that's the best way to get you really interested in football. >> my brother was a really good basketballer, my big brother. he was pretty good. he came to america and played for a year at a high school and stuff. >> jimmy: oh. wow. >> yeah. he's a big guy. >> jimmy: how big is he?
>> he's like 6'7", 6'8". >> jimmy: he is big. >> yeah. so i was the short -- >> jimmy: you seem like you're pretty tall. >> reasonably tall. but i always thought i was short because i was little ban ooh. >> jimmy: how tall are you? >> 6'2" and a bit. i add the bit because you need to add the bit when your brother's 6'7". >> jimmy: you were little bana? >> i was little bana. >> jimmy: it sounds like a rap name. >> it doesn't sound good. >> jimmy: have you considered recording a rap album? because little bana could be something really -- you know what we're going to do? we're going to take a break here. we're going to write a rap album and when we come back we'll release it. little bana is here. we'll be right back. ♪ >> download music from tonight's artists at itunes.com/linkinpark.
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what do you think of this? >> jimmy: it's the new iphone 6. [ applause ] that's eric bana in "deliver us from evil." that's a scary movie. i watched it today. i get scared at scary movies. >> that was just someone auditioning to be in the movie. >> jimmy: it's based on true events, they stay. do you believe that these were true events? >> i can't afford to. i had to just try and blank that out. it's based on a real guy, ralph starchy, who was a detective in the 46 precinct in the bronx. and it is based on a collection of his experiences. he went on in his retirement to be an assistant in exorcisms. and he does this for real. and he wrote a book about it, and we developed it into a screenplay. and he's so much fun to play. >> jimmy: do you think people get possessed by the devil? [ laughter ]
>> um, i -- my view on this in all seriousness changed somewhat during the course of -- >> jimmy: it did? >> yeah, it did. i hate to say. i went in quite skeptical, and i was privy to some materials in preproduction which were not nice, which were not comfortable at all to watch. i wish you hadn't brought that up. let's cut to that clip. >> jimmy: wow. >> i want to see their reaction to -- >> jimmy: what kind of preproduction materials are you talking about? did the devil come to you? [ laughter ] >> it's funny because everyone assumes when you do this kind of movie, you know, crazy stuff's going to happen. absolutely nothing scary happened to me at all the entire time we were making this film. >> jimmy: really? >> the scaredest i got is i like to ride, and so when i wasn't shooting i'd be on my bike riding around new york. which is scary enough, as you know. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> and one day i'm at an
intersection. there was a red light. and there was an accident. and there was emergency service vehicles everywhere. i'm waiting for it to clear. i'm minding my business. and then hair "hey there, eric." i'm like, what the hell? it was a guy in the fire truck calling me. and he's like waving like this through the window. [ laughter ] he's calling my name. it's possessed. >> jimmy: one of the things i thought was interesting is in the movie you guys are in the bronx zoo and some of the animals become possessed by the devil. i don't think i've seen animals possessed by the devil before. including a monkey. i would love to have a monkey that's possessed by the devil. >> it's pretty handy. pretty cool. we got to film in the bronx zoo, which was very cool. we were the first movie there for many years. it was amazing. and yes, seriously, like when you get involved in a project like this you really just don't want to believe any of it. but it's definitely opened my eyes. >> jimmy: you believe that the devil possesses monkeys?
>> i believe that some monkeys have been possessed. >> jimmy: maybe all monkeys have been possessed by the devil. it's certainly possible. >> only baboons. baboons have that edge to them. >> jimmy: the movie came out great. and joel mchale is playing -- >> joel mchale is great. he plays my partner. it was so much fun. he's like a bit of an -- he's obsessed with knives. you know this, right? >> jimmy: i do know, yes. he bought me a sword as a wedding gift. >> no. >> jimmy: yeah. which is kind of a weird thing to have. i keep it away from my wife, suffice it to say. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm waiting. when a devil monkey comes into the bedroom, though, not going to have a head for long. very good to have you here. eric bana, everyone. watch the movie. it's called "deliver us from evil." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. music from linkin park. you know, just because your name is lebron or deandre does not make you french. our next guest is. and on sunday night he rode that frenchness to his fourth nba title. >> parker puts it in. parker. beautiful hesitation. floats it in. incredible turnaround. parker. fifth straight for tony parker.
>> jimmy: from the nba champion san antonio spurs, please welcome tony parker. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ well, congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you guys played very, very well. after four of these, has it become old hat to you? is it like eh, another parade? >> it feels great. >> jimmy: this one must have felt especially-g i would imagine. >> yeah, this one was very special because of what happened last year. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was very tough, maybe the worst loss of my career. >> jimmy: it was. >> it was a tough one. and to be able to come back. and and to have an opportunity to win it again, it feels very special. and by far my favorite one. >> jimmy: and you really hate the miami heat, true? >> no, no. i don't hate them. i have a lot of respect for them. it's not easy to win two championships and go to the finals four times. i just wanted to get another
opportunity to beat them. i didn't feel that comfortable going to miami. i hated the hotel. there's too much bad memory and the restaurant and stuff like that. so i didn't want to end up ending my career and hate going to miami. i feel great now. i want to go to miami now. >> jimmy: you love miami. >> i love miami. >> jimmy: even more importantly, congratulations. you had a little baby boy here during the -- [ applause ] during the playoffs. that's a lot of pressure to not only be in the playoffs but to have a baby at the same time. >> it was tough. it's a great feeling. >> jimmy: that's a great picture. >> unbelievable experience. >> jimmy: how did you get the -- is this at your house? >> that's my house. that's like in my trophy room. >> jimmy: oh, of course. >> i stole the trophy the night of the celebration. i stole it. yeah, true story. i was like, i want to keep the trophy tonight.
so i left with it and everybody was calling me like, tony, did you take the trophy? i'm like yeah, yeah. i'll bring it back tomorrow. i just wanted to take a picture with josh. i wanted to have a good memory, so i took it. >> jimmy: why not? what the heck? i mean, what are they going to, do arrest you? >> unless i don't bring it back. >> jimmy: you did win the trophy. what if your fiance had gone into labor during a game, would you have missed the game? >> i got lucky. >> jimmy: you did get lucky. what did you decide? did you make plain? >> she went in the night before we played game 5 against the mavericks. so it's 9:00, we're eating and she's like we've got to go. i'm like, what do you mean? he came three weeks early. so i was like, oh, my god. so i'm like racing on the highway. with go to the hospital. and finally at 11:15, you know, he came. it was a great feeling. spent the whole night in the hospital. and i twist my ankle the game before so, i was doing treatment, you know, putting my ice and everything and touching the baby. you know, that's great. doing everything at the same
time. i went the next day and played a great game. >> jimmy: you had a great game, right. you led the team in scoring that game, right? congratulations. >> i played on adrenaline and a lot of emotion. >> jimmy: thanks to little josh there, i guess. you have a massive comic book collection i'm told. what do you have, marvel? d.c.? what is your dhing? >> i'm a big movie fan. so in australia, they have a company where they make life-sized statues. so i got the whole -- i got every like -- everybody. >> jimmy: the hulk was just here by the way. >> i know. i just saw him. i was like, i've got you in my -- >> jimmy: you have a life-size hulk in the -- >> yeah, full-size. >> jimmy: why wouldn't you name your son peter parker by the way? if you're this into -- [ applause ] >> it was not my choice. i let her choose. my fiance choose. by the way, future wife. you know, we're getting married in august. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's nice. and look at this. this is your car. you have the car from "back to
the future." this is really your car? >> it is. >> jimmy: you drive it? >> i do. >> jimmy: this is the inside of the car. >> i go to practice with it. my teammates always make fun of me. >> jimmy: you do. gee, i wonder why. do you love the movie? >> yeah, i love the movies. i love the movies. i'm a big fan, obviously. so my future wife, she knows about that. so for my 30th birthday, they got together with all my friends and they bought it for me. >> jimmy: wow. that's pretty great. >> so i was like in shock when i saw the car. i was like, are you kidding me? i'm going to drive it? it was pretty cool. >> jimmy: your coach, gregg popovich --, does he -- gregg popovich, for those who don't -- a little clip. a sampling. >> five games, five blowouts. to those of us who don't really know the game, how do you explain that? >> you're serious? you really think i can explain that? >> in simplest terms.
i know you can. the question is, will you? >> good lord. >> jimmy: i happen to find that amusing. i love it when he does that. does he talk to you like that? does he yell at you and what not >> my favorite moment is, we're up 20 with 1:00 left, and he's still screaming at me like running plays. i'm like come on, pop, we're up 20. i think we're going to win the championship. >> jimmy: i don't know if you've seen this, but -- why the hell aren't you at practice? get off your little french bottom and get out on the court. does this bring back bad memories? >> pretty bad memories. >> jimmy: winning a championship wasn't enough, you have to parade out here like a circus poodle. come on now. you know where tim duncan is right now. he's at home drinking milk.
i don't do much of a personality. but this would look good in your home, don't you think? right alongside the hulk? >> no, i don't want him. [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, congratulations on the title and the baby and everything. very nice to have you here. stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with linkin park. ♪ >> dicky: jimmy kimmel concert series is presented by at&t, mobilizing your world.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilize your world. >> jimmy: my thanks to eric bana, tony parker, fred willard. pool jazz to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is up next. but first this is their new album, it's called "the hunting party." here is the song "until it's gone," from the i heart radio theater in los angeles, linkin park! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ fire needs the space to burn ♪ i've heard it said a thousand
♪ this is "nightline." tonight, accident or murder? new details in the scorching car death of 22-month-old baby cooper. his parents allegedly took out not one but two life insurance policies on the toddler. with the father behind bars at this hour, it's the mother under scrutiny. plus -- it's pegged as the toughest and craziest bike race in the world. >> [ bleep ]. >> blood, sweat and dirt. no, it's not the tour de france. this is the race across america. this year duchess kate middleton's sister pippa joins cyclists from over 20 countries to bike