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>> you want to put a period end of the storm coverage for today? >> i'll talk about tomorrow morning for the morning commute. you want to be careful. >> looking ahead. >> that's why it's called a forecast. temperatures are dropping below freezing. be careful. a lot of icy spots. slush freezing solid on cars, sidewalks and secondary streets. tomorrow, melting going on, temperatures roizing to the low 40s. partly sunny with winds out of the northwest, 10 to 20 miles per hour. windchill below freezing most of the day, 34-degrees, feeling like winter tomorrow. as we head through the weekend, keeping our eye on the low pressure. does it move out to sea or up to coast. too early to tell. we got another nor'easter.
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keep you posted. >> great work. >> long day. >> yes, it was. "jimmy kimmel live" next followed by knigh night life. >> "action news" continues early at 4:00 a.m. we are going to be on 4:00 a.m. with tamala edward, matt o'donnell, meteorologist david murphy. for the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. didn't.
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"unsolved: the murders of tupac and the notorious b-i-g," josh duhamel, and music from lord huron, and now, good news, here's jimmy kimmel. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for watching, thank you for coming. very nice of you [ cheers and applause ]u we are
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to those in the path of winter storm quinn or as she's knownic order of thunder and lightning. that's what it looks like. thun. hope you're getting excited at home. >> no, no. i'm not zeting excited. on, d.c. is stormy our bed with daniels, adult film star now suing the president, the president's lawyer, michael cohn if you don't know the sign non-disclosure agreement to
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make sure she didn't tell anyon. this is the page they the documentation that trump didn't sigh in at agreement which was written to keep the party anonymous stormy wag called peggy peterson so she signed with the initials p prks. th th this is what happened. trump was known as david davidson. no signature there. even his initials had to be double ds. but david davidson sounds like a guy who tries to unload his hall & oats tickets on the day of the show. that's our president. this is not the first slip up
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president trump forgets to sign something. in october forgot to sign the executive order that mike pence had to remind him to come back and do it. this is in august. to sign a vet an bill. asked him to come back. >> would like me to sign the bill here instead of outside so i think we'll do that. >> interesting. he put his name on everything else, water, vodka, states, trump, trump,trump but has a problem with bills, doesn't sign them or pay them. [ cheers and applause ] this is the most interesting part. says prior to entering into this agreement pp came into possession, i know, came into
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information that is includeed text messages and or still images. that ameans trump sent a pictur of his junk, right? so stormy daniel's lawyer on the today show this morning clarified the nature of his client's relationship with the president. >> her lawsuit states she had an intimate relationship with the president let's not be delicate did she have a sexual relationship with the president. >> yes. >> correct. we would have also accepted duh. next question. >> the point ever the hush agreement as you call it is the president an his lawyer were attempting to buy her silence, is that the allegation you're claiming? >> exactly. >> jimmy: well you gi get claimed by the hour might as well get to the point. this is a big deal if stormy wins this lawsuit not only will she be able to talk and tell everything will immediately be sworn in as president of the united states.
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[ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] so the hush money was paid about ten days before the election. this is a nice detail. according to wall street journal trump's lawyer complained to friends that trump hasn't people magazine paid them back. never never never lend money to anyone who started a fake university. of course he loaned that money to david dennison. not donald trump. this is donald trump. >> donald trump voted for barack obama. >> donald trump has no chance. >> donald trump only got 34% of the vote. >> donald trump had a bad week. >> donald trump is a bad person. >> donald trump is a terrible human being. >> donald trump wants to get along with russia. >> donald trump loves putin. >> donald trump loves saddam
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hussein. >> donald trump wants to see japan nuked. >> donald trump thinks he's wonderful. >> donald trump did not get a standing ovation. >> donald trump used the tax code to his advantage. >> donald trump is in a twitter storm. >> donald trump rants and raves. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump is a cancer! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pretty clear. not a cancer, he's a gem ini. i get what you're saying. i feel there's so much tension and i hate it when couples 2350i9. i fight. if you would be willing i'd be happy to have you on the show to be mediator.
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i'm still routing for those two crazy kids [ cheers and applause ] according to forbes magazine the president's preferred magazine toe spanked with, trump's net worth is down by a whopping $400 million he used to be 544th richest now down to 566. i guess when you own bunch of hotel and golf courses with your name on it making the world hate you not a great business strategy but today was at a key note in washington, d.c. what a speech he gave. >> the latino body em bodies the pioneering spirit of america. we're a nation that loves adventure and you love adventure. >> true guillermo? do you love guillermo. >> no, not really. >> what about you. >> not really. >> interesting. maybe he saw the movie coco and
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saw it from there. those here know the hollywood walk of fame is outside and tomorrow mark hamel who played luke skywalker is getting a star on the walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] we're fortunate enough to have him outside the theater right now. just wanted to a congratulations. mark? mark? >> did somebody say 134g? >> jimmy: yeah mark it's jimmy kimmel. >> hi jimmy. >> jimmy: congratulations on your star what are you doing. >> just getting my spot ready for tomorrow. >> jimmy: wait that's my star you're jacking up. >> yeah, well, not any more. [ laughter ] hey jimmy i got an idea can put your star in front of hooters. >> jimmy: i don't want mine in front of hooters. you can't dig up my star and put
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yours in my spot. >> jimmy this is not your star. >> jimmy: that jedi mind trick only works in the movies. so forget it. >> what movie? >> jimmy: "star wars." >> exactly. this is a star war, and guess what jimmy, i'm winning. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] . >> jimmy: hey mark, donald trump has a star right across the street. >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right. we're going to take a break and come back and cousin sal will have one of his best pranks yet. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ considered
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi. welcome back to the show. charlize theron and lord huron on the way. first we have any l.a. clippers fans here? i don't even know why i say it. anyway the clippers have a new sponsor. not your usual sports-type sponsor. it's a dating app named bumble and they will wear the bumble company logo on their team jersey. makes sense if there's one thing nba players is a service to help them find dates in the cities they travel to find work. especially if i was on the clippers one of the most bumbling franchises in the history of sports. i would want this on my jersey. and for the low price of $30
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million from now on the minnesota timber wolves would be known as the tinder wolves. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] it's family time here on the show. my cousin sal lives in a house with a lot of hidden cameras in it. from time to time we use them to entertain delivery people. with that said, please enjoy this new york style prank on an l.a. pizza delivery guy. ♪ >> hey. pizza. come on in man. how's it going. >> good, you? >> what's your name. >> eric. >> eric, we're doing a little taste testing here, they claim they have the best pizza in l.a. you claim you have the best pizza in l.a.? >> yeah that's what everyone tells us. >> you stand there and i will be with you in a second. all right. this will be quick. ♪
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♪ >> i've been here an hour already. >> hey, hey, hey you interrupt the guy while he's doing the pizza. let him do the test. >> this one? >> yeah. >> garbage. >> garbage. >> take it out. >> garbage. >> come on. >> hey best pizza in l.a. i got better pizza in korea. get out of here. what you? >> my favorite part. >> not even close to the best pizza in l.a. get that out of your mind. >> we good? >> go over there. >> all right you're up. slide on down. >> join us. this is nice.
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we're in the finals here. >> you ever do this before? >> no. i got two other deliveries. i'm in a hurry. >> yeah we'll get you out of here. or maybe not. don't know. all right. you're saying this is the best pizza, eric. >> yeah. >> you nervous? >> no i'm not nervous. >> nothing to be nervous about, right. >> not at all. >> if you have the best pizza you have nothing to be nervous about. here we go. let's see if it's the best. it's not the biggest. tell you that. ♪ interesting. hmm. this one, vinny
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i love it. dp love it. >> which is out this guy? >> yeah. you come with me. >> i have kids man. >> you guys, not the best pizza in l.a. ♪ [ not the best pizza in l.a.! >> ah! >> $29. >> yeah. sure. we take our pizza very seriously. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show music from lord huron, josh duhamel is here, and we'll be right back with charlize theron. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of
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wawrinkai kai . >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight on the show, from the
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new usa series,"unsolved: the murders of tupac and the notorious b.i.g." josh duhamel is here. then, their forthcoming album is called "vide noir" lord huron from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, academy award winner kobe bryant will be here, mike epps will join us, and we'll have music from noel gallagher's high flying birds. so please join us for all of that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight is an oscar, golden globe and sag award winning actor, and also the best argument for open borders any country could ever make. her new movie is called "gringo." it opens in theaters friday, please welcome charlize theron. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you.
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>> you too. >> jimmy: this is a beautiful outfit you have on. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: your friend guillermo is over there. >> hello buddy. >> hi how are you. >> where's the tequila. >> jimmy: it's inside him. he's like a tequila pin ata. >> i'll go get it. >> jimmy: he's never coming back. >> oh, he's coming back. >> jimmy: yes i imagine all men come back to you. >> no he's my drinking buddy on the red carpet without him there it feels wrong. >> jimmy: hey you got to do something fun, you were at the daytona 500 the honorary starter for waving the green flag. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is there a official starter as well? >> i don't know that. i only care about what i'm doing. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i see. [ cheers and applause ] >> i actually don't know. should google that. should we make guillermo do that as well. >> jimmy: oh, my god i can't even imagine him on that track. >> doing that on tequila. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was so much fun. >> jimmy: are you a nascar fan? >> yeah i love that whole car culture. >> jimmy: oh, you do? >> yeah people are very weirded out. i heard couple things, people say what is charlize theron doing here. i was like yo, first of all. i was, my farparents had a construction company. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> my father was an engineer and mechanic. he loved to tinker with engines and my backyard was always full with car bodies. and he would switch engines and build all these cars for me and go-carts i would race at 8 years
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old and kick all the boy's asses [ cheers and applause ] so i grew up with that. >> jimmy: around that stuff. >> yeah. you know you're different when you're nine and know what a spark plug does and nobody in your class knows what that does. >> jimmy: no kidding i still don't know. >> we'll talk later. >> jimmy: we have a video here from that day. tell us, because it looks almost dangerous. >> yeah, well, that's how i roll. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so you basically, they go around for couple laps and then you kind of give them the official this is it now we're starting. >> jimmy: is the wind coming from the cars? >> yes it is insane. >> jimmy: did you get to meet the drivers? >> i got to go to a driver's meeting right before the race and i've been to ufc fights and boxing and you just expect the fighters to stare each over off
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was not expecting it with race car drivers. >> jimmy: oh, they did that. >> oh, 234 my god. >> jimmy: so in like a locker room. >> no like a big tent where there was a lot of people there. you could spot them staring each other down. there was a really nice announcement made for danica patrick because it was her last nascar race. >> jimmy: right. >> i was like i want the woman to win. trying to be all sweet. she totally saw me. she was like -- very -- it wasn't me, i think she was keeping it for intimidation reasons for the other drivers. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> it was almost worse than ufc. they have to work harder because they are closer to each other. >> jimmy: no they're not working harder than ucf guys big difference no one is punching them in the face. >> i hear what you're saying
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what's worse that or a car crash. >> jimmy: the crashing part you try to avoid. ideally is not the way to go. so ideally if you took your car to a mechanic would you know if the guy was trying to rip you off? >> i mean, yes. kind of. i know weird stuff. so. like, maybe three months ago i was in a friend's car and my mom said does she know her time something off. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> and she happened to be a comedian and was like i don't know what you're talking about, my timing is fine. my mom was like the timing of your car is out. she texted me three days later like oh, my god your mom was right so we know weird stuff. >> jimmy: wow that's kind of impressive. so when you drive in a movie do you drive the cars yourself. >> yeah most of the time. i like the challenge of that. also i could drive a car when i was eight years old that's just
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what happens when you grow up on a farm. >> jimmy: wow. >> so i feel very comfortable in a car. >> jimmy: and when you are on a mov movie set do the stunt drivers say here's what you have to do. you're like yeah i know i've been driving since third grade. >> should never start that way then jinx yourself. i'm like i get to learn a skill. i did a movie called "italian job" [ cheers and applause ] wow. thank you. and it was, big cast. i was the only girl. we were all sent to driving school. our director was somewhat sexist because i got booked for two weeks more than all the guys. >> jimmy: really you sure it wasn't the driving school that did that. >> no it was him specifically and i remember like on day seven i was coming around and noticed
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just a male body behind a door just puking. i was like that's so weird and then i noticed it was mark wahlberg because we were doing fun 360s and hand brake turn and stuff and all of the guys disappeared. it was too much for them. i was like that's why girls don't need two extra weeks of driving school. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, here we go. seems like a good time to take a break. charlize theron is here. the movie is called "gri n go" in theaters on friday. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ wow! ♪ here's an invitation to the whole wide world, ♪ ♪ from your brother to your sister ♪ ♪ to your best friend's girl, ♪ don't bring that bad day with cha, ♪
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is this right on the line. >> it's on it. not over it. >> jimmy: that is charlize theron in "gringo" r."z it's in theaters on friday. you're very funny in that movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: your character as people will see,i think offensive is a word to describe your character. >> that's the most accurate word. >> jimmy: is it more fun to be somebody who is loud and obnoxious, et cetera. >> i guess so, yeah. i mean, yeah. it's different. i will tell you this, though, it's very different when you read a character like this on the page you forget you're going to have to actually do it one day. you read it like, yeah this is funny. then you have to show up. and we shot on location in mexico city. three different places in mexico. we had an incredible mexican crew. you know, i make some very
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insensitive, ignorant comments. and for the for three days i apologized so profusely to the crew [ laughter ] at one point three crew members turned to me like, please stop. stop apologizing. >> we get it. it's in the script. it's okay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so the company you run is a i company that makes this medical marijuana pill? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's being produced in mexico. have you ever had a medical marijuana pill? or oil? or pudding? or however it comes? [ laughter ] >> i -- yes, i have. i -- i mean, i'm always willing to try anything [ cheers and applause ] i mean only one life to live. why not, right. i was really, really great. i had a good solid eight years on the marijuana. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in years. >> and then my chemistry just
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changed one day. i found myself frozen in front of my fridge for like eight hours, i couldn't speak. it just wasn't funny more. every once in a while would try edibles but same thing. i think i have to go in like, look -- is. >> jimmy: it's legal now. >> i know. and i have really bad sleep. >> jimmy: okay. >> and so does my mom. we were talking about it, we do take sleep medication and i was saying to her, maybe we should figure out a way to, you know, try a sleeping strain. like something could help us with sleep. she's like, yes. yes. i really thought i would be the responsible one to go get that and last week she showed up at my house, drove in her little tennis outfit and brought me a little container and left it on my kitchen table and was like, so, i got some blue berry
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covered chocolate ones. she's like if you want it faster acting you should go for the mint because shothose you suck it works faster. i assumed she had scored with a young tennis friend because she plays tennis with these cool young girls and last night we were on the way to the premier and i said it's funny, i was thinking about who is this person at the tennis club you're getting the marijuana from. she goes, i went to the store by myself. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> she -- [ applause ] and i have this image of her in the store. like, she's just not that kind of person, like, buying marijuana. she's like and they tried to give me all sorts of lollipops. she had a full experience. amazing. >> jimmy: wow a different world. >> it totally worked.
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amazing. >> jimmy: you slept last night? >> oh, cred! incredible! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well thanks mom. you're mom will fix your thyimi belt and score you weed. >> you can't have her. she's all mine. >> jimmy: charlize theron everybody. we're right back with josh duhamel. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you have more power at your fingertips than entire generations that came before you. but it's not really about what technology can do, it's about what you can do with it. we are living in the future we always dreamed of. we have mixed reality that changes how we see the world, and ai empowering us to change the world we see. so what will you do with it? ♪ putting it together
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>> jimmy: how are you? >> great to be here. >> jimmy: yeah this is the place. this is the spot. you don't want to sit in that one it creates a distance between us. >> i would have been happy if charlize theron was still here. >> jimmy: how you doing. >> i'm good. >> jimmy: you look very handsome. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] so do you by the way. >> jimmy: you didn't have to say that. [ cheers and applause ] >> how good was this guy at the oscars this year? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. you're nice to say that. >> yeah i mean it. my favorite part. the jet ski thing. that, it rings very true for me. >> jimmy: why? >> well, i have a cabin in minnesota, land of 10,000 lakes. >> jimmy: you have a jet ski up there? >> yeah but you will never guess
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where my dad lives in the winter, lake havasu. >> jimmy: wow. >> literally. >> jimmy: i'm glad you brought this up. people need to know what lake havasu is like. amazing place. i grew up in las vegas about three and halftime, if my mom's driving a five hour drive to lake havasu. they took the london bridge down. >> have a brew, have a screw havasu it's a t-shirt. >> jimmy: they disassembled the london bridge and shipped it to arizona. >> i know. >> jimmy: and they rebuilt it there. >> it's so out of place isn't it. >> jimmy: you just look at it
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like, there it is. >> like it was built in northern england. >> jimmy: and then you drive home. that's how you enjoy lake havasu so it is a special place for you. >> it is. my dad has a house there i visit him every year right towards the end of spring break you get those people barely hanging on don't want to let the good times go, they're dehydrated, got the bashed wired tattoos around their arm. but there's beautiful boats. people have a blast there. prz my dad loves it. >> jimmy: how did the lake havasuans react to the shout out on the oscars. is the town excited. >> i hear the head of tourism is thrilled. >> jimmy: all right there's a hedman of tourism. all right. >> you really put it on the map. >> jimmy: hey are you still doing that thing, i ask you about it every time, i love it,
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the buddy "game nighgames. >> yes. you were supposed to come to the buddy games. >> jimmy: we had a conversation on the show but never heard another word about it. >> that was like four years ago. >> jimmy: it's like a presidential election every four years you invite me to the buddy games and then never tell me where they are. >> i promise you are invited any time. >> jimmy: that means no time. if somebody says any time, no,any time doesn't work, because there's efronly one timt happens every year. >> i'll be sure to get your information. >> jimmy: yeah right tell everybody about it. >> we made a movie about the buddy games my first time directing. we did it this last summer [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is it based on the actual buddy games and your buddies? >> yes. loosely based. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's based on the, well,the characters are sort of loosely
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based on some of the guys. we wanted to be very careful. for cinematic license had to do certain things. >> it's a sports competition between you and your friends. >> yeah it's an excuse for the guys to get together every year. we've been doing it the last 20 yiers. some of the stuff that happens you can't write it. it's so ridiculous. so my friend bob and i had an idea to write this story. ended up selling it. they let me direct it. it's really fun. >> jimmy: are any of your really buddy games friends in the mo movie. >> they make appearances but we have real actors. >> jimmy: who is in the movie. >> dak shepard. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one of the best guys. >>swartson. james o dak. olivia m und is great.
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>> jimmy: the premise is on events that actually happened. >> no. >> jimmy: are you worried your friends are going to sue you? >> it's not that. for us getting together can't film ping pong or go-cart riding we had to take cinematic leicester ens. it's outrageous. it's about brotherhood. and lifelong friends as you get older. >> jimmy: tradition. >> yeah tradition. >> jimmy: intoxication. >> a lot of intoxication and how well you can perform intoxicated. like back in havasu. >> jimmy: and this show, i'm so interested in. this tupac and biggie thing i have been reading every article i could ever read and you have made a show about it that covers in detail from where does it start and where does it end? >> well it starts right at the
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beginning. it shows how tupac and biggie were friends. >> jimmy: which do you play tupac or biggie? >> i play biggie. it's really about these guys were friends first. they came up in the business one from the west coast one from the east coast and this show really highlights them as human beings more than just hip hop icons. it's about the two investigations. the first one in 1996 after biggie got shot. tupac was shot shortly before that. then in 2006 when biggie's mother sued the lapd for $400 million they hired my character to come on and figure out what happened. >> jimmy: did he figure out what happen snd. >> we are pretty sure we know. >> jimmy: it was o.j.wasn't it is this. >> it was oj. >> jimmy: wouldn't that be
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something. >> it was great, anthony helmingway and the crew. really great. >> jimmy: do you give the viewers an idea who do you think did it. >> we give the audience the information to let them decide. >> jimmy: i see. >> but it's difficult to solve. reason it's gone unsolved all these years because it's not what you know it's what you can prove. and there's so many circumstances that are just, the guys that did it are dead. nobody wants to rat anybody out because they don't want to end up dead. >> jimmy: dead. that's a pretty good clue right there. josh duhamel it's called "unsolved: the murders of tupac and notorious b.i.g." airs tuesday nights at 10 on usa, and we shall return with music from lord huron. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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