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what i think is the safest building in the world, this building. you know why this building is the safest building in the world? we are surrounded by super heroes. there are dirty, sweaty super heroes all over. the reason i bring up safety, the pugh research center gave the world's biggest threats. at the top of the list, the two biggest threats are isis and climate change. 17 countries said isis. we didn't say either one of those. in the united states, we said cyberattacks are the most dangerous threat. here in l.a., we said traffic and gluten. but the rest of the country said cyberattacks, which i think is interesting. you really don't want to be offer instagram for even a minute. president trump has to be happy he didn't make the most dangerous list, although he doesn't have much to celebrate right now. the president's approval rating has dropped to a new low.
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this is a newer low than the last new low. it is down to 33% today, which i think is lower than the "emoji movie." there's no line at the end of the tunnel. [ applause ] did you hear what trump said about living in the white house? according to "golf" magazine of all places, the president told a group of members at his club in new jersey, the white house is a real dump. a white house spokesperson today denied the president said that, so it's true. and although to be fair, donald trump thinks any building that doesn't have his name on it is a dump. can you imagine if obama said the white house was a dump? ken burns would have made a documentary about how he hates america. but this is the biggest scoop for "golf" magazine since the
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fuzzy zoeller scandal since 1981. the president is in an absolute tailspin. his approval rating is in the basement. and he's living in a dump. so what's he going to do? he's going on vacation. tomorrow the president is leaving for a two-week vacation to his beloved bed minister golf club in new jersey. finally, he'll get time to play some golf. i guess his position on vacations for presidents has evolved over the last six months. because before he was president, these were the things he actually tweeted, why is barack obama always campaigning or on vacation. when will obama next go on vacation if he wins the election, the day after? barack obama played golf yesterday, now he heads to martha's vineyard. if i don't constantly fund raise then the terrorist win. unbelievable. can you believe that was all the problems and difficulties facing
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the u.s., president obama spent the day playing golf? worse than carter. if you'll excuse me, i'm off to take a golf vacation for two full weeks. two weeks! [cheers and applause] now! i mean, you know, it's going to be one of those home alone type scenarios when he forgets to take barron with him? they leave him and he accidentally launches a nuke at north korea or canada or something. so before heading out of town, today president trump signed a number of sanctions against russia. they passed with an overwhelming majority in the house and is that the, so trump had to sign it. vladimir putin is not happy. in fact he changed their relationship status on facebook today to "it's complicated." but the russians -- [ applause ] the prime minister of russia is
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calling this, now, full-scale trade war with the united states, which, what do we even trade with them? i mean, does this mean we won't be able to get nesting eggs? i don't know. the white house denied a report that trump spoke with putin before he signed this bill, but he might be worried about russian retaliation. in fact, weird things have been happening. did you see the video he posted on facebook today? >> i was just going for a walk in one of my beautiful, fantastically elegant golf course and these bears started following me. i'm walking backwards now, hello, bears. you're the best bears. you know, i didn't want to sign the sanctions, but mike pence made me do it. do you like "fox and friends"? i love "fox and friends." maybe i should talk to you in russian. [ speaking in russian ] what do you want, vodka? i have some expired trump steaks
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in my golf bag. don't maul me, and you can be white house communications director, and you can eat kellyanne. she's like a lady made of beef jerky. nice bears. [ applause ] >> jimmy: meanwhile, maybe i was the only one who didn't know, did you know sean spicer is still working at the white house? he resigned like two weeks ago, but he's still there, and they're planning to have him stay on as de facto communications director, despite the fact that he quit, sean spicer's like the boyfriend who breaks up with you but still comes over to mow your lawn. they say he's going to leave the white house officially later this month, at which time, he will go home and sit in the fetal position. they're still working on the wall. and if that isn't enough, the president introduced something
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called the r.a.i.s.e. act that would limit immigrants to people who have money and speak english. >> it replaces our low-skill system with a points-based system for receiving a green card. this competitive application process will favor applicants who can speak english, financially support themselves and their families and demonstrate skills that will contribute to our economy. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: you're 0-3. thank god you got in 20 years ago. i think that moves you out completely. >> thank god. >> jimmy: jeff sessions is trying to get back in the president's good side by directing the justice department
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to focus on the important issue of discrimination, but against white people, for real. according to the "new york times," the civil rights division of the justice department is planning to investigate what they call intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions, which means they're taking action against affirmative action, and i say it's about time we crackdown on getting minorities into college. this has been going on too long. here tonight with a very important message, please welcome, one-time grammy and tony nominee, the multi-talented, david alan greer. david. >> i'm david alan grier. won't you join me and attorney general jeff sessions in helping to undo years of unjust discrimination against white people? let's look at the facts. it all started in the 1700s, when black people took all the
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seats in the slave ships for themselves, leaving room only for a few white people up top. then we black people have continued our discriminatory ways. we forced white people into all-white neighborhoods and brutally caucasian public schools. our police are so focussed on serving us they barely even pay attention to white people. and whites are discriminated against in major sectors of our economy, from the nba to hip-hop to even tyler perry movies. it's so bad that white people had no choice but to create their own all-white government, and they can't get a damn thing done. it's time for a change. it's time to give white people a chance. call washington. denzel washington. tell him it's time to end the discrimination that has kept our white brothers ancestod sisters
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[cheers and applause] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, david alan grier will be back momentarily. music from r.lum r is on the
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way. with the announcement of president trump's new immigration law today, we thought it was a perfect time for one of our favorite games, it's time to play "foreigner or not." i'm going to say not a foreigner, correct? >> you are correct. >> jimmy: the way this works, and correct me if i have this wrong. you will bring me a pedestrian who has been instructed not to speak, then i will put my powers of observation to guess if that person is a foreigner or not, okay? >> that's it. >> jimmy: sal, let's meet our first pedestrian, this is someone we met on the street. i'm going to again by noting that he has, it says "quicksilver" on your shirt. so that, is that a shirt you bought here on vacation? okay, see, he's smart, i'm
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trying, either that or he doesn't actually speak english. okay, that hair says something. i don't know what it says. >> jimmy, can you see? i'm not sure we're giving you all the clues. turn a little, you saw the side? >> jimmy: fe's not a foreigner, we're going to make sure he's deported after this. okay. he does speak english,que see that. oftentimes, let's pan down, the shoes. oh, my goodness, all right. you know what? >> got an endorsement deal. >> jimmy: oh! ooh, an izod fannie pack. i was going to say american until i saw that fannie pack. now i'm going to say foreigner. >> foreigner. >> jimmy: are you a foreigner? >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: what is your name? what's your name? >> brian.
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>> jimmy: welcome, brian. are you having fun here? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm pretending i know where your flag is from, but i don't know which one it is. >> paris. >> jimmy: what? >> paris, france. >> jimmy: are you here on vacation? >> yes. >> jimmy: wow, paris used to be the fashion capital of the world until you showed up. paris. [cheers and applause] brian, are you dressing like you think we dress? is that what's going on here? >> yeah, kind of. >> jimmy: i see. we have a gift for you. it's an american apple pie. enjoy that. enjoy it a la mode if you like. hello there, how are you? okay. she speaks english. now i know a little bit. okay. now let's see. what does that say on your shirt there. amono -- oh, among the prime. that's english but also a little
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nonsensical. let's pan down and see the rest of the outfit. uh-huh. down to the shoes. they often will tell he whatme going on. zoom a little more, they're converse it looks like. all right, i've learned nothing from those. all right, very good. all right. i am going to say that you are not a foreigner. foreigner or not? >> good call! >> jimmy: not a foreigner. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: you are a tourist, though, flig though, right? >> pardon? >> jimmy: are you a tourist? >> no. i live here. >> jimmy: do you like american apple sn apple pie? >> i do. >> jimmy: thank you very much. let's try one more, and, okay, all right.
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i feel like i'm being tricked here. so he's got the usa shirt on, which a lot of people would think would indicate he's an american, but if i were to go to another country, i'd maybe get another shirt that says the name of that country on it. he has a hat it that says las vegas on it. did you go to las vegas on this trip? okay. he's smart. let's keep going. let's look at all the clothes and see what we have here. okay. oh, he's definitely on vacation, and his daughter definitely bought him his shoes. all right of i am going to say that you are a foreigner. foreigner or not? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, wow. i am good at this. where are you from? >> hi there, i'm from the southwest of germany in stuttgart. we are on vacation here. >> jimmy: oh, you are.
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>> two and a half weeks. >> jimmy: who are you here with? >> my sons. >> jimmy: how many sons did you bring? >> just two. that's enough. >> jimmy: are they on the street in hollywood boulevard? >> yeah. >> jimmy: have they seen a real hooker before? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what is your name. >> matt. >> jimmy: how do you spell that, matt? >> m-a-t-t the same as you. >> says made in america. >> jimmy: matt, we have an apple pie for you. thank you for playing "foreigner or not." [cheers and applause] i'm very proud of myself. all right. tonight on the show, music from r.lum.r. from "game of thrones" and "the inhumans," iwan rheon is here. and we'll be right back with david alan grier. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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of thrones. his forthcoming show, premiers on abc. iwan is here with us. and his new ep is called afterimage. tomorrow on the show. casey james salango. we have a couple guys from ireland here in our audience. they barely speak english. i don't know what part of ireland they're from, but they told me they work at a theme park, and it's called tato park, and i jokingly said like potato? and he said yes. it really is a potato-themed theme park, like potatoes. i mean, isn't that like stereotypical? isn't that something you wouldn't want to be your theme park? >> we like potatoes.
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>> we love potatoes. >> jimmy: you must. i've never heard of such a thing. have you ever heard of such a thing, guillermo? >> first time. >> jimmy: say he's too talented, his new show "snap decision." please welcome david alan grier. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, man. >> jimmy: first of all, i just want to thank you on behalf of white people. i don't know if you know this, but i am a white person, for saying those words that we can't necessarily say. >> jimmy, i don't see color. i see you. >> jimmy: thank you, thank you.
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appreciate that. so you see color when you chose this purple suit tonight? >> yes, i did. i got to have a little color in my life. come on. let me live, dog. >> jimmy: have you ever heard of a potato-themed theme park? >> yeah. >> jimmy: come on now. and you love food. >> i said yeah, because my dad took me there. i took my daughter there. >> jimmy: is that right? >> it's in ireland, right, guys? >> jimmy: they ha >> they have this one, called a potato shooter, it's like a sled, if i'm right, where are the irish guys. it's like a sled, and it's a big, huge canon and they shoot you out there. the landing is very hard, but it's fun. >> jimmy: i didn't know this. i didn't know you love to cook. and we've talked about this many teams before both on and off the
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air, but you now have a food blog. >> yes, i thought you knew about it. >> jimmy: i didn't know about it. but you're cooking like, i saw you made a pastrami on there. >> i didn't make it. i cured it from brisket, pastrami, man. >> jimmy: explain the pra astronomiy process. people think it comes from heaven or something. >> i thought so. you take a brisket, cut the pastrami end, you cure it with salt and other chemicals that kill you and cause cancer, but who cares. you got to live! and then you smoke it. and it is so delicious. >> jimmy: how many days do you cure it? >> i think about five days. >> jimmy: five days. >> the thing, when you cure meat, as you know, it's always a chemistry experiment. you don't know until you know. until you slice it open and eat it. this was the first time i did it and it was absolutely delicious. >> jimmy: i wonder if part of the reason it's delicious is
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because you spent six days making the whole thing or if it's real that i more delicious. >> first of all, for you to say that, jimmy, you know what? it's typical of what white people have been doing. am i right? am i right? all my life you people can't make pastrami. you people think your meat is better, you know, and it's just, it's so oppressive. >> jimmy: you were clapping a little bit too hard at that. >> no, it was good, man. >> jimmy: you are a very talented man. you're acting, performing, all of this stuff you do, but one of the things you do that i love more than anything is something, did you start doing this with adam carolla on his radio show? >> what are you talking about? >> jimmy: the thing where you take prescription drugs and make them into childrens' names. >> yeah, i do that. it happened on the fly. >> jimmy: of course. >> it was on the old --
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>> jimmy: you were making pastrami. >> it was on the old radio show he did a long time ago with dr. drew. >> jimmy: yeah. >> love line. and i just started doing it and nothing makes me happier than making adam and dr. drew laugh the. and this particular night, i think adam threw the headphones across the studio, and he was crying. >> jimmy: that was a long time ago. >> it was. >> jimmy: and since then, there are a lot of new prescription medications. >> okay. >> jimmy: so i thought i'd run a few by you and you can show us how this works. you've not seen these. >> no, i have not, back stage, i have not seen them or gone over them. so the third one, start with the third one. >> jimmy: the first one, we'll start at the top. b boniva. >> boniva, boniva, where did you get that b.b. gun!
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>> jimmy: if i had headphones i'd three them right now. lunesta. >> lunesta? lunesta? lunesta? lunesta? do auntie a favor, go in the fridge there, get me a beer. thank you. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: this one, i doesn't know if i've herd this one. el kwis. >> eloquis? where's your twin brother deloquis? >> jimmy: one more, latuda. >> latuda, i can't chase you no
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♪ >> jimmy: hey, we're back. david alan grier's here. by the way, that's a good name, iwan. >> it would be one of the two, not both. >> jimmy: tell us about this new show you have, it's a game show, correct? >> it is a game show. >> jimmy: this is the new thing. everyone has a game show. >> i didn't -- who else has a game show? >> jimmy: quite a few people have them. i don't know if you've heard about it. >> i did it for the art. and for the money. it's called "snap decision", or as i like to call it "profiling." basically, we show you a bunch of people and you have to go with your gut, base, instinctual answer, which can be right or can be wrong. >> jimmy: what is the answer about? >> you can have two old white
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ladies and this big menacing black dude, and you say who is the hip-hop artist. you know everybody's going to say the black dude. and i'm like, why would you say that? what's going on in your life? i shame them, and then i give them a little bit of money if they win. >> jimmy: was it juan of tone o ladies? >> the beauty of the game, sometimes it's who you think it is, obviously, and sometimes it's not. >> jimmy: in a way, it's the same instinctual game as our game "foreigner or not." would you like that play a round? >> of course. >> jimmy: sal, sal, you may not eat the prizes. i don't know how many times i've told you this. >> i thought we were done with this dumb game. >> jimmy: no, you're not done, because david wants to play a round. >> we'll play with david. >> jimmy: i'm going to turn it over to you to ask the questions. this woman who is our foreigner or not, she cannot speak or
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indicate anything to you. >> how can i ask her a question? >> jimmy: sometimes i say things and if they nod i get a little something. >> okay. okay. >> jimmy: take a look, and if you want to look at her whole outfit or whatever. >> can i see the rest of the outfit? go slow now, let he enjoy. see, already she's told me a lot. >> jimmy: what did she tell you? >> she turned around on her own, i didn't ask her to do that. those sandals, those are utilitarian. she's not trying to be cute. she's got her big toe all out. not only am i going to say she is a foreigner, i know for a fact, instinctually, this woman is from botswana. go! >> jimmy: wow, you're actually guessing the country she's from. >> yeah, i'm about to get this. >> jimmy: david says you are a foreigner. are you a foreigner or not? you are indeed. >> hey, wait a minute.
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wait a minute! you got to know, this is the south african flag, right? is it south africa? >> jimmy: very close. hold on a second, where are you from? >> johannesburg, south africa. >> jimmy: you'll have to say that again, sorry? >> johannesburg, south africa. >> jimmy: how close is that to botswana. >> they're neighbors. they're very close. >> jimmy: unbelievable! [cheers and applause] >> let's do another one. >> jimmy: you want to do one more? let's see if you can do it again. you got anybody else out there? >> this guy, here. >> jimmy: okay, wow, look at this. are those those kind of glasses that get darker in the sun? okay. so he speaks english. we know when this. >> oh, ho, very slick. let me see the rest of the outfit, please. >> jimmy: not really an outfit as much as what he's wearing. vans. black socks. >> look at them cuffs, you know you would never go out of the
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house with no cuffs like that. >> jimmy: we see his phone has made a permanent mark. and he's very hairy. >> extremely hairy. >> jimmy: very hairy. >> under certain circumstances, i would possibly say could be italian, from italy. but i'm going to say this man is a foreigner, because y'all are trying to trick me. this man is from botswana, go! >> jimmy: are you a foreigner or not? let's see. oh! >> oh! >> jimmy: what a round of enthusiasm for the american. where are you from? >> here. >> jimmy: whoa. >> went through pew bertie, right. >> he's been castrated.
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>> jimmy: david alan grier, everybody. "snap decision" premieres monday night at 9:00 on gsn. we'll be right back with iwan rheon. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back.
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let's get it, nurses. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: it takes a lot to come back from getting eaten by a pack of your own dogs, but our next guest did just that. he follows his role as ramsay bolton on "game of thrones" as maximus in marvel's "inhumans." >> do you ever think about how much better your life would be with mow? becau -- me? because i do. >> stop, if i were to tell black bull. >> why, why don't you tell my brother? you think you can't handle me on your own? >> this is not -- >> i think we should at least try. >> jimmy: marvel's "inhumans," opens in imax theaters september 1st and premieres on abc september 29th. please welcome iwan rheon.
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[cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'm going to say foreigner just to start with. >> yes, you're right. >> jimmy: can i tell you, i've got like 30 different pronunciations of your him today, so i hope iwan rheon is correct. give us the correct pronunciation. >> i would pronounce it it iwan rheon. >> jimmy: it's almost like crayon in a way and like ewok. >> you just cracked it, man. >> jimmy: i think if you switch
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up the spelling, everything would be fine. how are you doing? the last time i saw you you were on tv getten eaten by your own dogs. >> the scars are healed up. i'm busy doing this new "inhumans" thing, marvel's "inhumans", which is going to be on imax. >> jimmy: that's your character, maximus. is maximus a good guy or a bad guy or some kind of in between guy? >> that's one of the great things that marvel does. the lines are a bit more blurred and there's some more light and shade in terms of who's a goody and who's a baddy. i think when you watch this particular show, you might be surprised to think that some of his ideology and reasoning politically make a lot of sense on paper. so yeah, you might be more surprised. you might end up agreeing. >> jimmy: some people may think
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he's a good guy, and some people may think he's a bad guy. >> it's great, they open it up so it's down to the audience. that's what makes it intriguing. you get the conflict between some people who are like, oh, he's the baddy. >> jimmy: one thing i remembered about the inhumans, they lived on the moon, do they live on the noon this case? >> they do. >> jimmy: and are you shooting on location? or are you going to canada? >> we couldn't get the moon, so we went to mars. >> jimmy: the union is cheaper there, right? >> great crews. we shot it in hawaii, which is lovely. >> jimmy: oh. yeah hawaii does look like the moon in certain parts if you climb up to the right spot. >> if you find the right studio and build the right set. >> jimmy: oh, really? you shot indoors in hawaii? >> i know. all of my scenes are as ridiculous. >> jimmy: that's very, very
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strange. now that you're not on game of tloens, thrones, do you know what's going to happen? are you out of the loop? >> i'm dead. >> jimmy: when are you dead on the show, that was such a great scene. and ramsey bolton was one of the great villains ever in television. [cheers and applause] and i'll be honest. i'm still, just looking at you, i'm a little bit nervous just to start with. but when you are, when your death is eaten by dogs, does it say that on the script and then ramsey gets eaten by dogs? >> yeah, pretty much, yeah. >> jimmy: pretty much? and that scene itself, because the dogs actually come at you, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how do they do that? rub your body down with pork chops or something? >> it was the last scene i did and i expected they would let it happen for real. but i mean, realistically, i wasn't near any dogs.
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i walked in. and i saw the dogs, and i think it was a couple seasons previous and i was like, here, doggie, and they're like, don't look the dog in the eye! they're not like pets. they're kind of guard dogs. they're trained to be, you know, vicious, really, and they only listen to their owner, so if you have eye contact with them, they take it as a direct threat. so i wasn't allowed to be anywhere near these dogs when we were filming, it's all cgi. >> jimmy: wow. >> i think there's one shot where there's an actual dog behind me in the cage, but i was never. >> jimmy: and that's it. a lot of times they get dogs who are trained not to kill the actors on show. >> this is so game of tloenhron isn't it? >> jimmy: have you ever done this in imax where a movie is in a premiere and then goes to television? >> the way films are coming,
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they're becoming closer and closer. >> jimmy: i'm thinking about moving into a movie theater. so i guess on what, september 1st. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how many episodes of the show will be shown in the movie? >> it's basically the first two, but we shot it all in imax. >> jimmy: there won't be promos for "dancing with the stars" in the middle of it? >> no, i don't think so. i doubt it. >> jimmy: and then the series will move to abc. >> yes. >> jimmy: on september 29. >> from the beginning and you'll be able to watch, and i think there'll be additional material in the first two episodes on abc that you won't have seen in the imax release. >> jimmy: very good. >> very exciting. >> jimmy: very good, it's great to have you here. marvel's "inhumans" opens september 1st, for two weeks in imax theaters, then the series premieres september 29th on abc. and we shall return with music from r.lum.r. ♪ [cheers and applause]
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>> dicky: up next, r.lum.r. the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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[cheers and applause] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank david alan grier, iwan rheon, and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first, his ep "afterimage" comes out next week. making his late-night television debut with the song, "frustrated," r.lum.r! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ here i go talking about the same thing in and out as quick as you can fade away it don't matter what i say ♪ ♪ if you want me to chain you to the sky oh my ♪ ♪ you give me your kaleidoscope in monochrome so unlike the way you color me at home ♪ ♪ some days it's so vivid but mostly i would rather be blind ♪
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♪ i'm not alright right now i'm having trouble seeing you for what you do i'm not alright worn down ♪ ♪ from make believing that you love me too ♪ ♪ frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool ♪ ♪ i'm needed just as soon as i don't care to be lost in the convenience of your memory ♪ ♪ i'm screaming underwater every time i say goodbye ♪ ♪ i'm not alright right now i've never been the type that you can just abuse i'm not alright ♪ ♪ cause somehow it never
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seems like you're the one that has to choose ♪ ♪ frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool ♪ ♪ ooh encapsulated by your apathy love me like a common malady keep my ♪ ♪ charlotte in a basket and force me with your hand ♪ ♪ but my indignation goes beyond my neck and i might show up when you least ♪ ♪ expect and whose final scene it is will be left up ♪ ♪ to you ooh to you
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ooh ♪ ♪ frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool frustrated over you frustrated i'm a fool ♪ ♪ frustrated frustrated-trated [ cheers and applause ] frustrated-trated [ cheers and applause ] ♪ captions by vitac
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this is "nightline." tonight, cyber bullying. a 12 year old girl taking her own life after her parents say she suffered harassment on social media. >> she was gone. just like that. >> the family says her school and other parents failed to intervene. could the adults on the side lines now be held accountable? plus, vacation on location. "game of thrones" fans flocking to see the real castle in northern ireland. music lovers seeking out her to day of sun on the set of "la la land." and breaking the mold. this ceramic


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