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>> all right these our report we appreciate your time. >> right now on jimmy kimmel candy did he veto. >> right now on jimmy kimmel candy did he veto. >> have a great >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- danny devito -- from "broad city," abbi jacobson and ilana glazer -- oscar nominee benedict couple bear watch. and music from bad suns -- with cleto and the cletones -- and now, no nonsense, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hi, there, i'm the host of the show, thank you for watching. thanks to each and every one of you for coming. i appreciate it. i'll tell you something. i'm especially happy that you could be part of what has been an amazing, amazing night for me. earlier tonight here on abc, i had the chance to fulfill not a lifelong dream but a dream that has been waking me up in the admit of the night for a very long time now. i was on "the bachelor tonight. tonight i [ cheers and applause ] ? i sat there in the corner and watched the bachelor make out with an attractive woman. it was a lot like being back in high school for me. so they did, they let me plan a couple of the dates for the one-on-one date i sent chris and caitlin, who's a member of his harem, on a surprise date. and the surprise was i had them run errands for me at costco.
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i had them go pick them up and drive back and make me dinner. it was fun. for me only. but being inside this bachelor mansion, they all live in this house. it's crazy. contestants really can't leave, they don't have phones, they don't go online. it's like a prison with unlimited margaritas. it's 30 orange jumpsuits away from being a women's correctional facility. it's kind of weird being on a date wed them. it's weird to be on a date with two other people in the first place. you're sitting there, talking and eating and drinking and you're surrounded by cameras. it's very strange. the good part of having me there was like a therapist i was able to bring up subjects that the two of them, chris and caitlin, might not have been comfortable discussing on their own. >> you know, the fact of the matter is god named him the bachelor. and his divine mission is to have a lot of sex, i guess. >> i mean, i think -- we've
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talked about -- that's where you were, right? >> i was actually working on a pot sticker. >> jimmy: let's have a threesome, guys. [ cheers and applause ] that's how the night started. that is a solid way to end any conversation, "let's have a threesome." so we have a deleted scene from tonight's episode of "the bachelor" which i will share with you later on. it was too hot for primetime. actually, it just didn't make the cut. but it's good, you will like it. in more masculine pursuits the matchup for super bowl xlix is set. tom brady and the new england patriots take on the defending champs russell wilson and the seattle seahawks. [ cheers and applause ]
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this will be brady's sixth super bowl appearance. february 1st, phoenix, arizona. idina menzel from the movie "frozen" will sing the national anthem, katy perry will perform at halftime. it's the first super bowl targeted specifically at 7-year-old girls. i don't know if you saw it. but the seattle game was a classic. they were down 16-0 at the half. they came back to win in overtime. it was a devastating loss for green bay fans. and let me tell you something, look at this. look at these faces. because there is, in my opinion, no sadder sight than the sight of a man shedding a tear with a giant piece of cheese on his head. it's like a weird zoloft commercial. you sometimes feel like you're all alone wearing cheese on your head? the patriots crushed the indianapolis colts. they beat them 45-7. there were reports that the league is investigating new england for allegedly deflating footballs during the game.
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i guess if you take some of the air out of the football it gives the offensive team an advantage. patriots allegedly deflated the balls by -- this is weird -- by telling them they're worthless and would never amount to anything. so there are a bunch of press conferences and interviews today. the patriots are denying it. tom brady called the reports ridiculous. coach bill belichick was very clear, he said there's no tampering, he said all the needles they have are used strictly for injecting steroids massachusetts the players. and that is it. so back off, everybody. i want to wish you all a happy dr. king day. this is the day on which we honor the legendary civil rights leader dr. martin luther king jr. a lot of americans got the day off today. which they spent at home judging people based not on the color of their skin but on the content of their facebook pages. you know, you would think that the life and death of martin luther king are subjects we all know at least something about, right? is there anyone in our audience
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tonight who doesn't know who martin luther king was and, not that you would admit it if you didn't. okay. so about buns a week we go on the street and ask pedestrians ridiculous questions. i think once we asked them if it was appropriate to make a movie about the true story of godzilla, because he killed so many people. and some people said, no, it was inappropriate. so usually it takes us awhile to find enough people who are dopey enough to put a whole thing together. sometimes it takes hours out there. but today, on martin luther king day, this took almost no time at all. we asked 14 people if they saw the speech dr. king gave this morning. [ laughter ] and seven of them said they had. and with that said, i present to you, perhaps the most disturbing edition ever of "liewitness news." >> so what's your name, where are you from? >> kenny patterson.
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i'm from burbank, california. >> kenny, this morning dr. martin luther king jr. made a very impassioned speech at the capitol. what did you think of that? >> i thought it was great, you know? very -- inspiring, motivational, you know? >> how do you think his speech this morning compared to the one he gave in 1963? the same, better? >> i would say it's -- i wouldn't say it's the same or better, i would say it's very current for today. >> dr. mhk jr. did a speech from the capitol, what did you think of that? >> i think it was great. >> what did you like about it? >> all the details and things like that. >> it's very, very rare to see him speak in public these days. how did you feel seeing him speak in public this morning? >> i was shocked. i mean, i just -- i couldn't believe it. i was like -- how? how could it happen? you know? how could it happen?
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i mean, i haven't heard him talk for a while. >> how did dr. martin luther king look to you? like he gained a little weight? >> yeah, he did. that's all i can say. >> do you want to say something about the weight, losing some weight? >> yeah, you need to hit the treadmill, doctor. you can do it. i believe in you. i did it myself. >> do you think it was appropriate jay-z and beyonce sang backup toward the end of his speech this morning? >> i that the thot it was pretty -- no, i thought it was ghetto, but it's all good, know what i mean? >> dr. martin luther king jr. spoke about his dream and he said last night he had the strangest dream that he sailed away to china in a little to find ya and you said you had to get your laundry clean. what do you think he meant about that? >> whoa. >> nothing's going to break his stride? nothing's going to slow him down? >> i guess. >> he's got to keep on moving?
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>> man, i don't know, now i'm like totally confused. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're in a lot of trouble. not only -- don't these people know what happened to martin luther king, they don't know the matthew wilder song "break my stride," that's crazy. we might have to start all over, folks. we really -- guillermo, pack up the minivan, call your cousins, we're moving to mexico. >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: all right? >> guillermo: all right. >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. for something like that -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? what's going on? >> jimmy, in honor of your work tonight, being on tonight's episode of "the bachelor," i hereby present to you the golden
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hot tub award. >> jimmy: wow. >> for excellence in attempting to host a reality show. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. i don't know what to say. i wasn't prepared. i don't have a speech ready. i guess i'd like to thank my mom and dad, my wife, my kids. my farmer bachelor chris. i want to thank my sensai, chris harrison, thank you so much. amber, jane, jill january, caitlin, kelsey, ashley l., ashley s., ashley p., this is such a great honor. thank you so much. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] it's warm, it's warm! >> actually, i put vodka in the tub. >> jimmy: thank you so much. nothing like warm vodka. >> now, audience.
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jimmy. this is the final joke tonight. when you're ready. >> jimmy: thank you, chris. chris harrison, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and here it is. what do you call benedict cumberbatch on a date with 30 women? the coupumberbachelor. i see why he left. now that would be some show, the cumberbachelor. last week benedict cumberbatch received an oscar nomination for best actor in "the imitation game." i know it's not the golden hot tub but it is something. and it's deserved. not only is benedict a very gifted actor, his name i believe might be the greatest name ever given to a human being. his parents should get an oscar
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for naming him that. what if he wasn't named benedict cumberbatch? would he have the same amount of gravitas and charisma? we asked benedict cumberbatch to try some other names and he graciously agreed to do just that. >> and now it's time that benedict cumberbatch tries new names. >> hi. my name is chad. hello, there. my name's gary miller. i work in agricultural insurance and i'd like to buy you a drink. how do you do, i'm ruth bader ginsburg. i'm george costanza. i'm certified public accountant david boynstein. my name's john jacob
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jingleheimer schmitt. what? that's your name too? what are the chances? call me the gooch. i'm the hamburglar. you can call me madman. andi with an "i." dic chem bow matumbo. my name's the rock. i am groot. fred. nice to see you again, we met before. remember? my name's indigo montoya. you killed my father. prepare to die. hi, i'm your majesty jackson. i'm five dollar footlong. tim? hi, how are you? my name's luigi mcpenis. yeah, how you doing? my name's kathie lee gifford. i'm dennis pokemon. yo yo ma.
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that's my name. hey, i'm magic mike. you can't see me. hi. my name is queen latifah. g can we put our mouths on each other? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, benedict. queen what tee fa. tonight on the show, music from bad suns. abbi jacobson and ilana glazer. and be right back with danny devito, so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [bassist] two late nights in tucson. blew an amp.but good nights. sure,music's why we do this,but it's still our business. we spend days booking gigs, then we've gotta put in the miles to get there.
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it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmer vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you, soup people. this week at safeway, buy three progresso traditional or rich and hearty soups for four dollars with your club card. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, their hilarious show on wednesday on comedy central, from the show "broad city" abbi jacobson and ilana glazer are here. then right here in southern california, their album is "language and perspective." bad suns from the at&t stage. tomorrow night, from "modern family," eric stone street will be here.
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the arrow himself steven ammel will join us. music from logic. later this week ewan mcgregor, edward norton, lea michele, the voice of the super bowl al michaels will be with us, music from tess henley and the decemberists too, please join us for those shows. ""tv guide" magazine" rated his tv character the greatest tv character of all-time. he is an emmy and golden globe-winning actor and the 10th season of his show "it's always sunny in philadelphia" airs wednesdays at 10:00 on fxx. please say hello to danny devito. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: how you doing? >> hey, hey, good, good. >> jimmy: good to see you, thank you for coming. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: i think people at home were probably thinking there was a problem with their tivo or something. >> going slow. i was working on my moovabundi. it's like i'm taking a yoga class three times a week. >> jimmy: are you? >>off got did work on the core. the pelvic floor. you know about this. you tighten it all up, know what i mean? keep it tight. >> jimmy: wow, you really go to yoga? >> no, i don't go, my daughter teaches me. >> jimmy: she does? >> at the house. i don't go to yoga class. >> jimmy: do you wear lula lemon pants when you go to yoga? >> you know -- no. >> jimmy: it helps you get into your moogabundi. you can see it. >> you can see it? you don't want that hanging out.
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>> jimmy: depends. if you're with family it's okay. >> it's a little embarrassing. >> hard to believe you are 70 years old. [ cheers and applause ] i know you had a birthday. you have the energy of -- >> wait a minute. >> jimmy: -- three men half your age. >> it's a sick thing. it's 70. you feel like, what the hell? you do anything you want, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right. you're in for it. >> jimmy: i feel like you always had that kind of outlook. >> i think it started when i was about 3, right? >> jimmy: it seemed like it. >> i fell out of the crib. >> jimmy: when you were crazy kid, were you well behaved? >> there was one thing that really affected -- well, well behaved? i don't know. >> jimmy: i'm guessing no. >> no, i wasn't. i was an altar boy. >> jimmy: you were? i was too. >> you know the whole thing. >> jimmy: seven years. >> oh my god. you were [ bleep ] to do it. i mean, i was terrified not to be an altar boy. >> jimmy: why? >> well, because i was afraid i was going to get in trouble? you had to be -- >> catholics.
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>> jimmy: how long were you an al tar boy? >> all during my -- couple of years. >> jimmy: seven years. >> seven years? you had some close encounters of the third kind. [ laughter ] seven years? did you get in the back and get the wine? >> jimmy: i never did that. >> that's what started me off. i was the bad boy right there. >> jimmy: i grew up in las vegas. we would get the wine from an actual -- we'd get the wine in boxes from a convenience store. one of the parishioners owned a place called shortstop. we'd get boxes of wine and then it would all be converted into holy wine. >> so back in the rectory, you had those sweet wines. you had the slot machines and the hookers. >> jimmy: that's right. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: and the hosts. >> vegas altar boy. >> jimmy: that's right. i didn't mean to jump on your story there. >> no, i mean, like my story --
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well, we just had like -- you know, it was kind of cool. but you had to get up early in the morning, right? >> jimmy: you had to get up early. >> i did 6:00 masses. >> jimmy: did you get paid ever? >> paid by not getting smacked. >> jimmy: funeral and weddings we'd get $5 for a funeral or a wedding. >> that's vegas, baby. totally different. yeah, i remember once going to church. you go -- our lady of mt. caramel, beautiful church, nice people. 6:00 mass there was nobody there except four old dying ladies. the priest, altar boy, whatever. one day i got this a little early. i was doing the 6:30 mass. i swear it was like the scariest thing that ever happened to me. i go in, i sit in the second pew, right? like i say, like maybe four, five old ladies with shawls, they get up early in the morning.
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and i hear -- i'm looking at the altar. and i hear a thud. and i turn around. and i look. and there's a dead lady next to me. i swear to god. i didn't know she was dead right away. till i started shaking her. i said, "executcuse me, excuse whispering. "excuse me, excuse me, miss." she's dead! what am i going to do? we had this old italian priest, father marchelino, bald-headed guy, built like a fireplug. he's really tough. he spoke broken english. he was from naples somewhere. and he's doing the mass. and it was when the mass was facing away. before they turned it around. >> jimmy: right, right. >> okay. so i didn't know what to do. i got a dead lady right here. so i went up to the altar. right? and he's in there now.
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i don't know if you can understand this word. italian word. but i go, psst! psst! and the priest is going -- and he's a tough guy. and i said, altar boy, i said "tell him there's a dead lady in the second pew! and he turns around, he looked at me. [ bleep ]. [ speaking foreign language ] so the altar boy got so nervous he kneeled on his cassock, the buttons popped off and hit him in the back of the head. i didn't go for this, i didn't know what i was in for, like a surprise. i got blamed for the lady dying. >> jimmy: you did play a role. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: danny devito is here. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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name an animal that we eat but doesn't eat us. >> pig. >> show me pig challenge all right. all right, all rig. you want to pass or play? >> play, play, play. >> you want to tell me a little bit about your family? >> yeah. you know, grant, i want to change my answer. >> what?
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>> i feel like it's not totally accurate. because i've seen a pig eat a man. in fact, i've seen many pigs eat many men. it was a bloodbath. >> jimmy: danny devito, "it's always funny in philadelphia." in its 10th season. >> amazing. i have so much fun doing the show. >> jimmy: do these guys ever pitch you ideas that you go, i'm not going to do that? that i won't do? me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> who's he talking to? i came out of the couch naked for christmas. what are you talking about? no, i mean, like no, they -- we just keep going. they're so inventive. they're just like great. every time you open the script you can't wait to go to work. we start again. our 10th season's on now. [ cheers and applause ] and our first show is wednesday night, 10:00. the idea -- we did the last one
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was about trying to break boxer's record for drinking on a plane. >> jimmy: what is that record? i hear 70 to 107. wade boxer's a baseball player. >> baseball player, who wound up hitting like three home runs or something the next day. >> jimmy: after drinking all those beers. >> all those beers. i may have that story wrong. maybe he pitched a no-hitter. i love wade. >> jimmy: he wasn't a pitcher. >> i know he wasn't. >> jimmy: he pitched one game. i remember that vividly. they were getting killed and they brought him in. >> we had an airplane ride where we all tried to break his record. >> jimmy: were you drinking real beers? >> do i have to answer that? no, no. have you never heard of acting before? you can't get drunk on the set. >> jimmy: no, no, that would be unprofessional. >> as soon as they say "wrap" then you drink. >> jimmy: i remember you and i being pretty drunk. >> we got drunk once.
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>> jimmy: yeah, that's the reason i asked. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you know what, i thought -- i was thinking about this. and i've discussed this with my friends a few times. i was thinking about the show "taxi" which is one of the great shows of all-time. [ cheers and applause ] so your character, louis dipalma, when you walk into that audition, i mean, did the heavens open for the producers? because to get a guy like you, i can't imagine. >> well, one of my favorite moments -- awe kipgsing is really very, very difficult. you have to really -- anyway. i remember how i got the part. i read the script, i loved it, it was great, it was a fantastic script. i knew i wanted this part really bad. the character was so, you know -- really dipalma was just in a place of his own, put it that way. >> jimmy: fantastic, yeah. >> i walked in with the script and i didn't know anybody in the room. and i took two steps. i had the script in my hand.
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i knew i was going to audition. i went in. before i started i wrote -- i threw it on the table and i said, "one thing i want to know before i start, who wrote this [ bleep ]?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] it's a story that i love -- it's one of my favorite -- hulouis walked in there -- >> jimmy: this photograph was taken last week, i understand. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: there's you -- >> brooks, tony danza, jimmy bower rows, christopher lloyd, and rhea on the end. >> jimmy: that is a legendary group. she was not on "taxi." >> she played the nice girl. >> jimmy: that's right. >> we were at tony danza's opening of his show called "honeymoon in vegas." it's on broadway. it's hysterical. you should go. if you're in new york, you've got to check him out. >> jimmy: about $you guys hang out?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: catch up on old times? >> we caught up till we couldn't think anymore. we get together -- we were very tight. that's the thing about television. it's always sunny. it's a family. become like a family. we only did five years of this show. >> jimmy: i know, it's crazy. >> we did 114 shows. of "taxi." [ cheers and applause ] after this season on "it's always sunny," when you finish this season, we'll have done 114 shows. >> jimmy: wow. that will be it. wow. >> then two more seasons. >> jimmy: then two more seasons? >> because we're crazy. >> jimmy: it's great to see. i'm glad you're having fun. danny devito, everybody! wednesdays at 10:00 on fxx. we'll be back with a deleted scene from "the bachelor." >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. kraft barbecue sauce has a whole new recipe,
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. abbi jacobson, ilana glazer, music from bad suns on the way. as i mentioned earlier i had the
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distinct privilege of being on "the bachelor" tonight which is not an easy show to shoot. there's a huge crew working 24 hours a day. somebody gets up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, they have camera people following them, it's insane. we shot for three or four days. there were a lot of interesting moments. unfortunately the show is only like seven hours long. not all of them could make it in. the producers let me have a scene that was deleted. this is where the bachelor's about to go in the rose ceremony. it's very tense because he has to send a lot of the women home. and i filled in for chris harrison, who was nice enough to show up and train me on how to do it exactly right. >> how are you doing? >> doing good. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. wow, i wouldn't want to be you right now. i mean, i want to be you all the rest of the other time but not right now. >> this is the hard part. >> you've been in this position so i guess you can identify with what they're thinking. >> i have. that makes it harder.
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i was always pretty scared. >> whatever you do, don't be yourself. be somebody who gives better speeches. >> all right, buddy. >> go and do your thing. >> all right, thank you. >> go get 'em. >> let's walk through it. >> ladies, chris, this is the final rose tonight. tonight. this is the final rose tonight. >> it's so much harder than it looks. >> then i run. >> don't run, dignified. walk. >> this is going to be a disaster. ladies? chris? this is the final rose tonight. grab your ass. >> don't -- don't grab his ass. that's the wrong -- >> it's okay if i do it to you? >> yeah. >> what's my line? >> when you're ready. >> when you're ready. >> then walk out.
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>> i think i got it. >> i don't think you do. i don't think you do. good luck. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thank to chris harrison. we'll be right back with abbi jacobson and elana glazer from "broad city." >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kiin rome, dinner meanst to you lingering over four courses in florence, celebrating the evening, and in naples, there's always time for dessert introducing the new four course festa italiana starting at $13.99 from olive garden salad and breadsticks, an individual appetizer, one of six irresistible entrees, and a dolcini for dessert four courses starting at just $13.99 as they say in rome, georgia, florence, south carolina, and naples florida we're all family here. at olive garden.
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mmmm. ring ring! ring ring! progresso. i forgive you. you do? it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmer vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you, soup people. this week at safeway, buy three progresso traditional or rich and hearty soups for four dollars with your club card.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are back. our next guest's television show has been called one of the best on tvpy "vanity fair," "the new yorker," "rolling stone," and even "the tampa bay times" and that's the big one, take a look. >> hello. we have free passes to see one movie and only one movie. we're going to see "friend for friend." >> book adaptation. >> you read the book? >> yeah. >> thank you, okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: broad city airs wednesdays at 10:30 on comedy central. please welcome abbi jacobson and ilana glazer! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: thank you for dressing up so fancy for us here tonight. >> yeah, that's what we were going for. >> jimmy: yeah, i like it. it's a good look. >> thank you so much. >> we are like -- you don't even know how much. we got dresses first. i mean, splurged. >> jimmy: okay. >> we went out in new york. bought these dresses. i think they might be the best dresses we've ever bought. >> they looked good. we looked, like, beautiful. you know? >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> they were gorgeous. >> and then we were like, no. we have never done like an l.a. late-night show.
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>> jimmy: hollywood, uh-huh. >> we are such fans. >> big fans. >> jimmy: oh, that's nice. >> straight up. jimmy. straight up. >> jimmy: you're wearing my junior high school band uniform. >> so then we spell your named again and got dressed up for the first time. >> jimmy: you did the right thing, they look fantastic. they seem to be nice, quality suits. >> thank you. we had never worked with a stylist before. he got it. we weren't like old hollywood charm. you know? and it's like we didn't -- we don't want to like match. >> too matchy. >> but we don't want to not. >> we want to put -- >> jimmy: you don't want to wind up in a magazine saying "who wore it best." it could drive a wedge between you, destroy your partnership. >> exactly. >> jimmy: whatever thinking led to this, you scored in a big way. >> and we own that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, i want to mention that i love your show.
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i think it's so very funny. did you ever expect that the mainstream media, like the press, like these magazines like "vanity fair" -- because the show is about pot smoking, and you guys do crazy things. yet it's beloved, critically acclaimed. is that something you anticipated would be the case? >> seeing your like face say that is crazy! >> crazy. crazy. >> it's crazy. >> it's nuts. >> it's really nuts. >> no, we did not ever imagine that. >> since day one -- >> we set out to make something we love. we love it. then the fact that people are responding was and is still nuts. >> you know, first season, this is funny. you don't have anything -- you're setting the baseline. so we did what we thought was funny. and then it's just -- it is, it's so surprising. so unbelievable. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah.
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dy a show at comedy central and no one ever gave it a good review. >> it's similar to our show. >> jimmy: well in spirit, yeah. i think there were similarities. how do you decide whose name goes first on the credits? because that is a discussion i had with my partner adam carolla and i said, i think your name should go first. >> one thing is like when people say our first names you kind of have to do a two-stillable name first, abby and elana. sometimes people do our last names chronologically. >> people don't even know what it is on the credits. >> put me on the bottom. i don't want to be up there. put me on the bottom. >> i said that too. >> they didn't even put our names on it. you're like, okay, okay, put our names on it, because we're proud of it. we love it. >> it's all right. >> jimmy: do people have trouble distinguishing between your television antics and your real-life. >> yeah, our loved ones have trouble. >> there's a lot of confusion in the world right now. >> our families are like, wait. so did you -- >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i
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would be worried about, if you were my daughters. i'd be like, is this real life? or did you guys cook this up i hope in the comedy room? >> yeah. >> yeah, it's heightened. >> jimmy: i see. >> it's very, very heightened. >> jimmy: i watched the episode that airs this week today. i got an advance copy of it. and in it you are naked and singing for like three minutes straight. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i was thinking about it as i watched it thinking, you guys write the show yourselves so it's not like some writer said, okay, in this scene you're going to be naked running around. you made this decision on your own. >> you know -- >> yeah. >> when we sit in the writers room we have to like separate ourselves from the fact that we're going to be doing it. >> it's like months before we shoot it. we're like, this is hilarious. then we get to it and we're like, what [ bleep ] wrote this garbage? >> yeah. >> i need months before i shoot
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this to get to look how i want to look. and then time went on. >> yeah. >> shooting day came. >> yeah. >> and we cried. and it airs on wednesday. and i'm excited. >> when we watched the scene being filmed we all cried. a few of us cried watching. >> jimmy: were you crying? for the right reasons? i've been on "the bachelor" all week, i don't know -- >> it wasn't like reality tv. so we were just like -- we were like crying for ourselves. >> it's weird being naked like that in trough your staff, isn't it. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah. i do it here sometimes just at parties. >> you've got to mix it up every once in a while. see ow kooky you are. >> jimmy: if you've not seen the show it's very funny. "broad city," wednesday nights, 10:30 on comedy central. it's abby and elana, everybody, the real ones. be right back with bad suns!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. mmmm. ring ring! ring ring!
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progresso. i forgive you. you do? it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmer vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you, soup people. this week at safeway, buy three progresso traditional or rich and hearty soups for four dollars with your club card.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: i want to thank danny devito, abbi jacobson, ilana glazer, apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. first from "language and perspectives," here with the song bad suns! ♪ ♪ ♪ stuck inside of the wrong frame i don't feel attached to this name my body i must reclaim ♪ ♪ with different eyes and no shame ♪ ♪ try try to just hear me out don't ask why why i'm taking this route ♪ ♪ it's all right right that's
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what i tell myself ♪ ♪ but i don't know no no ♪ so i ran until i couldn't and i screamed until my voice was gone i believed ♪ ♪ what i shouldn't have don't know why these memories are nothing to me just salt ♪ ♪ look in the mirror and tell me ♪ ♪ what it is like to be free how do i grasp reality when i don't have an identity ♪ ♪ who who can i look to because i'm not like you you and i don't believe in ♪ ♪ the truth truth because all of my life's built on lies ♪ ♪ so i ran until i couldn't and i screamed until
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my voice was gone ♪ ♪ i believed what i shouldn't have don't know why ♪ ♪ i know what you're implying i'm trying to get ♪ ♪ my feet off the ground i know i know ♪ ♪ i'm trying i'm trying these memories are nothing to me just salt ♪ ♪ ♪ stuck inside of the wrong frame i don't feel attached to this name ♪ ♪ how do i grasp reality when i don't have an identity
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who who can i look to because i'm not like ♪ ♪ you you and i don't believe in the truth truth because all of my life's ♪ ♪ built on lies so i ran until i couldn't and i screamed ♪ ♪ until my voice was gone i believed what i shouldn't have don't know why ♪ ♪ yeah i ran until i couldn't and i screamed until my voice was gone ♪ ♪ i believed what i shouldn't have i'm trying to ♪ ♪ get my feet off the ground these memories are nothing to me just salt in the wound ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." tonight, tragedy on the tracks. a famous face and body, reality show workout, struck and killed by a train. seemingly while filming a new video for his fitness. are celebrities taking too many risks for the sake of entertainment? 10,000 children left to fend for themselves, their parents victims of ebola. now we're going into a sunny place where there is hope for a second chance. on this martin luther king day, oprah and other stars of "selma" marching. ♪ common and john legend performing the


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