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thanks for watching. >> >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live" with guest host anthony anderson! tonight, christian slater. chase stokes. and music from kem. and now, anthony anderson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> anthony: i see you, i see you! thank you! thank you! [ cheers and applause ] all right, all right! come on! we've got to get the show going. all right. welcome to "jimmy kimmel live." i'm your guest host, anthony anderson. you can give me more now. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ this is my ninth and final night filling in for jimmy. aww, i know, that's how i feel. it's also my last chance getting to use jimmy's fancy japanese toilet. [ laughter ] it's like a transformer that shoots water up your ass. [ laughter ] and as a parting gift, i made a slight adjustment to the alexa in jimmy's office. alexa. who is jimmy kimmel? >> jimmy kimmel is a stinky old bitch. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: feel free to try this at home. how's everybody feeling tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right? that's good. that's good because we all need to stay positive right now. according to a recent survey, last year set a record for negative emotions. 4 in 10 adults say they were
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worried or stressed during 2020, the other 6 were just high as [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] speaking of emotions, this week, we just got a look at the new emojis that are coming to our phones in the next few months. there's a biting lip. a troll. a smiley face who just took a hit of cid. [ laughter ] there are also a bunch of new hand emojis, like these. that's for when you want to say a diverse team of doctors is checking your testicles. [ laughter ] [ applause ] there's also a new pregnant man emoji. also known as "guillermo after a big lunch." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] hey, buddy, i want you to be careful, you're drinking tequila
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for two now. >> guillermo: okay, i'll be careful. >> anthony: all right. [ laughter ] we've got new emojis and some new words, too. just added more than 300 words to their official list. words like "ghost kitchen" and "zaddy." [ laughter ] you know what a zaddy is, guillermo? >> guillermo: is that the guy pregnant in the picture? [ laughter ] >> anthony: you wish. a zaddy is a "sexually attractive man, especially an older one, who is fashion fashionable or charismatic. in other words, that's me, baby. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and i'm not the only one who thinks this. fire up the tweets. "when did anthony anderson become a zaddy though?" [ laughter ] "okay, so anthony anderson is a beard zaddy tonight." "okay, so can we talk about how anthony anderson lost all his
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weight and now is a zaddy!!" yes, baby. yes, we can talk about that. [ cheers and applause ] we should be talking about that! and this is why from now on, i'm asking all of you -- when you tweet about me, use #bigzaddy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] let's get this thing going! it's important to me and america. but mostly me. [ laughter ] now here's a story for all you zaddies out there. black americans are reportedly getting more botox than ever before. which makes no sense to me. one of the best traits about being black that is we age so well. hell, i'm 95! [ laughter and applause ] but i do have a theory. black people aren't getting botox for our wrinkles.
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we're doing it so we don't have to react to all the dumb [ bleep ] white people say to us. [ laughter ] [ applause ] do you agree? okay. who wants to talk about drugs? [ cheers and applause ] okay, well. if you insist. [ laughter ] all right, this just happened in maine, and it might be the dumbest drug bust i've ever seen. >> major drug busts in gardener after police stopped a car on i-295 yesterday. maine dea officials found four pounds or $200,000 worth of cocaine disguised as cake and sprinkled with coffee grounds in an attempt to confuse k-9s. >> anthony: that cake actually looks delicious, though. [ laughter ] i wanna eat it, and then clean my house all night. [ laughter and applause ] this actually doesn't sound that strange to me. i feel like every 7-year-old birthday party has a cake made of cocaine. [ laughter ]
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>> da da da da da da da da da da! >> anthony: oh! don't worry, he didn't feel that at all. [ laughter ] [ applause ] the olympics will officially begin tomorrow in tokyo. now, we're not allowed to show olympic footage, because it airs on nbc. and that means abc would probably have to pay for it. and they just brought me back for another season of "black-ish," so they kind of broke. broke-ish. [ cheers and applause ] but who needs the olympics when you have footage of people making a fool of themselves on youtube? it's time, for the you-lympics! [ applause ] >> next up in the 10 meter hurdle dive is russia's yuri fedorov. he needs a 9.5 to take gold.
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>> wow, nailed it, and the crowd is loving it. perfect form as he sails into the air, shatters the barrier, and the world record. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: oh! congratulations on bringing shame upon your country. [ laughter ] you know, one of the only activities i've been able to do during the pandemic, is golf. it's one of my favorite pastimes, and i recently learned that my amigo, guillermo, has never done it. >> guillermo: never. >> anthony: so we grabbed our clubs and our balls and hit the links. >> guillermo: hi, anthony. >> anthony: hey, guillermo. >> guillermo: i'm here. >> anthony: how often do you play? >> guillermo: this is my first time. what do i do? >> anthony: put the ball on the ground and you hit it. >> guillermo: all right. >> anthony: yeah, that's right there. hold on, i know this is going to remind you of the penitentiary. but it's like this, all right? come here. i want you to bring this club up
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here like this, all right? >> guillermo: okay. >> anthony: i want you to extend that arm. keep your eye on the ball. i want you to come down and hit goe [ bleep ] down there. >> guillermo: i got it!. >> guillermo: all right, let's go, man. >> anthony: we're going to go down to that green right there. >> guillermo: wow, that's far. >> anthony: yeah. >> guillermo: oh, wow! that's a home run! >> anthony: kind of. all right, you do the same thing. >> guillermo: okay. >> anthony: rip it and rip it! >> guillermo: hey, what happened? >> anthony: congratulations, guillermo! it's a boy! yeah, that was just me having a little fun with you. remember what i taught you on the driving range. >> guillermo: yes. >> anthony: all right. >> guillermo: fore! >> anthony: quattro!
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forget everything i told you about golf. this is what it's all about. are you ready? >> guillermo: i'm ready. wow! >> anthony: oh, yeah, that's what i'm talking about, hey. open up. >> guillermo: wow. >> anthony: all right, you know what? i think it's twin boys! >> guillermo: i'm ready for more golf. >> anthony: let's go! >> guillermo: you know, i really like golf now. >> anthony: you do? all right. >> guillermo: i love drinking. >> anthony: you love drinking? >> guillermo: this is the only sport that let me -- >> anthony: drink and play? ah. >> guillermo: exactly. >> anthony: all right, let's go. that's what we call a practice swing. another practice swing. whoa, that tequila is really working. >> guillermo: i don't know about you but i'm sweating. >> anthony: you're sweating? it's the tequila. >> guillermo: should i take off my hat? >> anthony: take off your hat. >> guillermo: i think the hat looks better on you than me.
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>> anthony: i'm pretty sure everything you're wearing would look better on me than you. hm, i know what the problem is, don't move. uh-huh. whoo whoo! i love you, guillermo. >> guillermo: i love you too. i have a question. >> anthony: yeah? >> guillermo: why do i drink the whole tequila and you're not drinking? >> anthony: when it's my shot, i'll take a shot. it's your shot right now. >> guillermo: tequila relaxes -- >> anthony: relaxes everything, guillermo. >> guillermo: everything. is that close? >> anthony: yeah, close to the ice chest. that's okay, i'm on the green. this is what we're going to do. you lost your ball. we're going to drop one. that's your mulligan. >> guillermo: hey, that's my ball. this one's for you, j-jimmy kimmel! >> anthony: oh! working going to be fun today. >> guillermo: unbelievable that i'm drunk.
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>> anthony: it's unbelievable that we're still on the first hole of the golf course. [ laught >> guillermo: wait, that was a practice -- >> anthony: that was practice, the ball didn't move, that was practice. i'm going to help you. you got it. go. >> guillermo: ready? ho: go, gllmo: love you, >>nthony: i love you too, guillermo. >> guillermo: i love your mom. >> anthony: i love my mom too. aaghhh! you hit it, you hit it! >> guillermo: i hit it! can i tell you something? >> anthony: just tell me something. >> guillermo: i love you, man. >> anthony: i love you too. >> guillermo: you're a great guy. >> anthony: you're a great guy. >> guillermo: i love mama doris. >> anthony: i love mama doris too. great shot but it went into the sand trap. >> guillermo: have i told you lately that i love you? >> anthony: no. >> guillermo: i love you, man. >> anthony: i love you too, guillermo. let's just hit the ball. hit it, though. >> guillermo: oh my god! i made it! >> anthony: yes, you did. >> guillermo: can i tell you something? >> anthony: tell me something.
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>> guillermo: i feel i'm so drunk, i need a break. >> anthony: you need a break. you want to be in the shade, right? >> guillermo: yeah. >> anthony: there we go. >> guillermo: [ bleep ], this is like being at home. >> anthony: there you go. you sit right there and relax. >> guillermo: have i told you lately that i love you? >> anthony: no, you haven't. >> ilooumama doris. u in spanis panish ] >> antho: aypa >> guillermo: me too, i love you very much. >> anthony: all right, that was for my birdie. all right, this is for par. >> guillermo: can i ask you for a favor? >> anthony: what's the favor, guillermo? >> guillermo: can you drink more tequila? >> anthony: you know what? this is what golf is all about. who needs to make that shot? nobody. >> guillermo: have i told you lately -- >> anthony: have i told you lately i love you? >> guillermo: you!
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>> anthony: no. i love you, guillermo. can i lay my head on your belly? lay down, just lay down. all right. i love you, guillermo! >> guillermo: i love you too, man. and i love mama doris. >> anthony: mama doris loves you too, guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: we shot that two weeks ago, and guillermo is still hung over. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: have i told you lately i love you? and i love mama doris. >> anthony: me and mama doris loves you, guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] we have a good show for you guys tonight. from the series "outer banks," chase stokes is here. [ cheers and applause ] we've got music from my boy kem. and we'll be right back with christian slater. guillermo, have i told you lately that i love you? [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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then later, one of my favorites who should be one of yours too, his album "love always wins" is out now. music from kem. [ cheers and applause ] my first guest is a gifted performer who has been acting for over 40 years, that's like 700 in show business years. [ laughter ] now he stars alongside alec baldwin in a limited series that'll make you reconsider ever going to the doctor again. "dr. death" is on peacock now. please welcome my friend christian slater! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thanks for having me. >> anthony: hey, hey, christian. how are you, baby? where are you right now? >> i'm -- right now i'm in -- i'm in miami. >> anthony: oh, okay, all right. well, hey. i wish i were in miami. now, about ten years ago, you and i shot a movie called "the
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power of few." which refers to how many people actually saw that movie that we did. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i'm surprised you're bringing it up. [ laughter ] >> anthony: well, if i don't bring it up, nobody will ever know about it. [ laughter ] >> that's right. >> anthony: we shot it in new orleans. we had a great time. and that's where you and i kind of met. >> great time. >> anthony: and formed this friendship. >> yeah. >> anthony: but we also -- juvenile was in that movie, more importantly, christopher walken was in that movie with us. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, yeah, the great christopher walken. >> anthony: yeah. do you have any christopher walken stories? >> well, he was definitely, you know, somebody that i've always loved and admired. and i did actually get to go out to dinner with him while we were there. >> anthony: uh-huh? >> which was very exciting. we went to this place, de la tois, very famous, ronald reagan used to hang out in there. he wanted to go there. so we went.
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and it was -- i wish i could remember the experience and what it was like to hang out with him. but i pretty much blacked out. [ laughter ] >> anthony: it's okay, it's all right, you had that cocaine cake we talked about earlier today. [ laughter ] >> yeah, you know. i was getting through the movie. yeah. but he turned out to be a great guy. and i really enjoyed it. got to sit there with him, to hear him order chicken was a lot of fun. >> anthony: all righty. >> i'll have the chicken! i'll have the chicken! terrible christopher walken impersonation. [ laughter ] >> anthony: no, you know what? >> sorry, i'm sorry. >> anthony: there was an actor that -- james earl jones was the reason that i became an actor at a young age, at 9 years old. >> oh! >> anthony: and i was in rhode island, we were doing the premiere of "me, myself and irene." [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah. and the elevator doors opened, and who was sitting in the lobby?
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james earl jones, reading a newspaper. and there was a chair right next to him. >> oh! >> anthony: i got up, walked right next to him, grabbed the newspaper, just sat there, just looked at the paper, just looked at him. like hey, how you doing? and he looked at me, he just gave me this look like, what the hell are you doing? i looked at him, how you doing? he gave me this look of disgust, got and up walked away. >> no! oh, no. >> anthony: as i was closing the newspaper, christian, i realized that i was a douchebag because i was holding the newspaper upside down. [ laughter ] pretending to read, to impress james earl jones. [ applause ] >> i love it. that's great. >> anthony: now earlier this -- >> at least you didn't say "i am your father." [ laughter ] >> anthony: well, he could have, i never knew my daddy. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> anthony: earlier this month, you were trending on twitter. chris evans tweeted this about you. >> right.
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>> anthony: if christian slater from 1989 walked into the room and i had never heard his name before and had to guess what it was, just from what he looked like, i would guess christian slater. [ laughter ] first off, i think chris evans does not need to tweet drunk and high at the same time again. [ laughter ] but do you know why he tweeted this about you? or for you? >> you know -- i have no idea. that was definitely a surprise. a pleasant one. it's the only time my daughter, who's 19, has ever been impressed with anything i've ever done. [ laughter ] >> anthony: oh my god. i guess what happens when captain america gives up the shield, the world just goes to shambles. >> yeah, that's right. >> anthony: what have you been doing to keep busy, other than working, christian?
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>> well, my wife and i actually did have a baby. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: all right. congratulations. >> thank you so much. so that's definitely been keeping us both busy. lately we're at the potty training phase. >> anthony: oh! >> the latest books i've been reading are "everyone poops." [ laughter ] "princess potty." [ laughter ] and "potty train." all great books and i recommend them highly. [ laughter ] >> anthony: i'll recommend another one. my mama used to read this one to me. "poop on the stoop, dummy." [ laughter ] >> okay. >> anthony: yeah. get that one. okay? you know what, google it. >> i'll go for it. >> anthony: google it while we go to commercial break. ladies and gentlemen, more with christian when we come back. "poop on the stoop, dummy." we'll be right back. each day.
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did you know dr. duntsch prior to this surgery?
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>> i'd met him one time before. we had a conversation. i was scrubbing in on a case. he tried to convince me that he was the best spine surgeon in town. i found the conversation disturbing. i mean, sure, most surgeons are superior sons of guns. some would even say yours truly. but this guy was next level. he tried to tell me that all surgeries in dallas were being performed incorrectly. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: welcome back. i'm here with christian slater. that was christian from the new television show "dr. death" on peacock. "dr. death," sounds hilarious, care to tell us about this story, christian? [ laughter ] >> no, it's a real gem. sort of like the "jaws" of the doctor world, i would say. yeah, once you see this show, i think you'll be a little bit more cautious and a little -- do a little bit more research and raise your level of awareness
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about who your doctor is and what their background is. and i would also recommend getting a second opinion. [ laughter ] >> anthony: so you and alec baldwin play surgeons. >> yes. >> anthony: but you're not the lead characters. talk to us about your characters and how they are instrumental in this tv show. >> well, it's a true story. it's based on this guy, christopher duntsch, who was an m.d., who performed all of these surgeries that were -- he really left people, you know -- some people died on the table, some people were paralyzed. alec baldwin and i play two doctors, dr. henderson and dr. kirby. we're the guys sort of putting ourselves -- hi, my love -- putting ourselves out on the line -- that's my daughter coming in right there. [ laughter ] here, you want to come in, love? all right. so we play these two doctors who are -- it's bath time, it's bath time right now. [ laughter ] >> anthony: all right, poop on the stoop! poop on the stoop!
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[ laughter ] >> poop on the stoop, not here. hi, love. >> anthony: oh, she is adorable. [ cheers and applause ] what's her name? >> she's the greatest. >> anthony: what's her name? >> her name is lena. i'm going to send her off to bath now. good night! >> anthony: bye-bye, lena! >> oh, sorry, smooch. >> anthony: there you go. >> all right. there, you got a glimpse. [ laughter ] >> anthony: so in all of your years as an actor, 40-plus years, this is the first time that you've played a doctor. did you hang out -- >> right. >> anthony: did you hang out in the hospitals at all? you know, to learn this trade? >> i was very lucky. i was very fortunate, because i'm playing a vascular surgeon. and i have a brother-in-law who's a vascular surgeon.
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so i was able to go with him and actually got to scrub in and participate. i got to be a part of these -- see what these guys really do. and it's quite amazing. >> anthony: okay. i understand that while you were scrubbing in, you had a little mishap, something went missing? >> oh, well -- i didn't realize until that night. because we'd been working -- i was doing a vasco oppendectomy, l-5/t-4 vertebral body. my job was to hold the clamp. we did five of these procedures that day. when i got home, i noticed my wedding ring was missing. >> anthony: oh! did you ever find it? >> no, i haven't found it. so somebody in baltimore is walking around with a very nice wedding ring. [ laughter ] i have no idea. but it's in there somewhere.
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[ laughter ] >> anthony: how did your wife feel about that, christian? >> well, you know, smartly i ran to walgreens and bought an immediate replacement. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: ladies and gentlemen, there you have it. christian slater. "dr. death" is on peacock now. we'll be back with chase stokes. christian, i love you, brother! >> thanks! [ cheers and applause ] it took a while to get up here. we started out around... 1959. ♪ then we took a hard left in east africa. a right at baja. a 180 in the empty quarter. that 65-degree incline at hell's revenge. and a few million miles later... and voila. but we didn't do all that just to get here. we did it to give you a truck that'll take you anywhere. this is the new nissan. ♪ the best part about summer? this is the new nissan. trading screen time for family time.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> anthony: welcome back. last year, our next guest ignited an epidemic of his own amongst pubescent tv viewers everywhere. symptoms included a throbbing heart, and on rare occasions, googly eyes. [ laughter ] he plays john b. on the netflix show "outer banks," season two premieres next friday. please say hello to chase stokes. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> wow! >> anthony: all right, welcome, chase. >> thanks for having me. >> anthony: good to have you here. >> it's good to be back in the neighborhood. >> anthony: i understand you used to live in the neighborhood. >> yeah, i don't know if i would
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consider it "live." i was living in the parking lot across the way, under the chinese graman theater. i don't know if you guys are familiar with it. that was my home for a period of time. >> anthony: chase lived in the parking structure at hollywood and highland for how long? >> off and on for two months. >> anthony: two months. >> it was not great. >> anthony: did you have a particular parking spot where they would leave you alone? [ laughter ] where did you park your ride? >> there was a strategy to it. >> anthony: okay. >> you don't want to park in the corner, then all of a sudden the parking attendant is like, that dude's for sure sleeping in here. so i tried to find -- every day i would find a different parking spot. it worked out. it worked out. never got caught. >> anthony: never got caught? >> thank you, parking attendants at hollywood and highland, for not arresting me, keeping me in my back seat where i slept very not great. fantastic. >> anthony: you know, that's the same place the superheroes on hollywood boulevard wash their underwear.
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>> i met superman a couple of times down there. >> anthony: did you really? >> we did that awkward, i see what you're doing but i'm not going to acknowledge it. >> anthony: were you working at the time at all? >> i ended up getting a job, one of my buddies got me a job as a waiter. i ended up doing elton john's oscar party. i got fired 15 minutes into it because i was watching the band. [ laughter ] that was awesome. a really good time. i didn't get a paycheck, so it was immediately back to hollywood and highland, and hopefully they didn't cancel my l.a. fitness membership. so it was great. but i ended up getting a job, because of the same kid, at a bar sort of near universal studios. which is just -- >> anthony: what were you doing at the bar? >> i was -- i was a bartender. >> anthony: okay, okay. [ laughter ] >> very large air quotes on the bartender part. >> anthony: how long did that job last? >> oh, man. not even a year. >> anthony: oh, okay. >> not even a year, yeah.
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>> anthony: why did it end, chase? >> anthony, you really know how to push buttons. >> anthony: yeah, i do, i do. [ laughter ] i'm kind of good at my job. >> i see what you're doing here. >> anthony: yeah. >> no, i -- so i lied to the guy. he owned two restaurants. and it was sort of -- instagram was becoming a mainstream thing for promoting a restaurant, so to speak. >> anthony: okay. >> taking pictures of food and whatnot. and i was like, i know how to do that, i'm a photographer. i don't know anything about photography. [ laughter ] and so the guy looks at me, okay, i'll hire you as my social media consultant. i go, sure, yeah. he goes, how much do you want? i lowballed it, i was just trying to pay rent at the time. he gave me the job. next thing you know, i'm on youtube searching every photography hack on how to take pictures of burgers and whatnot. i got fired, if you want to know, fired pretty quickly. i went home for christmas, and i
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confronted the dude, because he fired me. so i went down to his office. there were things going on in this restaurant. and i had a video of it. and i said, if you don't pay me for the next four months, i'm turning you in. >> anthony: okay, chase, things like what were going on in this restaurant? >> i don't want to die, so -- here's the thing, if i say this in person, i don't know if i'll last for the next two to three days. >> anthony: oh, okay. >> so maybe -- you know. but anyway. >> anthony: okay. >> yeah. so he ended up paying me for the next couple of months, which was awesome. i still had an eviction notice on my door, so it didn't work out in my favor. but somehow it all worked out. >> anthony: it all worked out, because not soon after that you got "outer banks," right? >> i did. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: i love having people tell their stories, because -- about how they got their gigs, because i have an interesting story about some of my gigs. what was your interesting story about being cast in this film?
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how did that happen and work for you? >> well, initially -- as you know, as an actor, you get these breakdowns from your agent. they'll say the character name, the description of the show, with some of these bigger networks or studios or what have you, they'll keep everything very, very discreet. it said, john b., four friends on a treasure hunt. and i was like, that's "goonies." for sure. i don't want to destroy that. so i passed on it. i was like, nope, not doing that. next thing you know, eviction notice came on my door, the role of topper, who is my archnemesis, so to speak, came up and was like, i'm so broke, i'm willing to make this effort to read for the [ bleep ] of this show. so i did. i bombed the audition. i told the casting director beforehand. lo and behold, two weeks later, after i destroyed -- i felt like i completely killed my career. a casting director from the east coast who cast me in this project, she reached out to my
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agent, said hey, what do you think about this project? i said, no, i'm not doing "the goonies." she goes, "it's not the goonies, if you're wondering." "no, i appreciate you trying to lie for netflix, but here we are." she's like, "i'm going to send you the first script, let me know your thoughts." i read it. and i immediately was sitting in my borderline evicted apartment, and i was, like, i've made a giant mistake, this is not "the goonies." i'd fully convinced myself for a month and a half, it's "the goonies." i read for it. she said, if you don't hear by friday, you definitely didn't get the job, so thank you so much for your attempt. and i didn't hear by friday. and so easter sunday comes. i get a call from my agent, where are you? i'm like, happy easter? hi, how are you? [ laughter ] he's like, are you available? i'm like, i'm super unemployed, i'm on unemployment at this time, so if you have any good things for me, that would be
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awesome. he's like, i'll call you back. i'm like, i'm getting fired, i'm getting dropped. he calls an hour later. i'm five or six mimosas deep, easter sunday, that kind of thing. he goes, you're getting on a plane in two hours, you're going to charleston. i was like, huh? he goes, yeah, you're getting on a plane, it's going to be a middle seat in the back of the plane, don't worry about it, it's not a big deal. [ laughter ] but here's 17 pages of audition material, here's the first four scripts, i need you to know everything about this when you get there. i land in charleston the next day. i got the job two days later. i got the call with rudy, who plays j.j. he was in the front seat of the car. he got the call first. i thought i was fired. i thought i didn't get the job. then i got a call with the other kid who was going to play the same role as me, in the seat next to me in the back seat. and he's like, you got the job, dude, congratulations! i'm like, oh my god. i hung up on the executive producer of the project. >> anthony: yeah. >> and so rudy looks at me and he goes -- and i was like --
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[ laughter ] that's the start of the journey. i had two pairs of underwear, three t-shirts, a pair of shorts. our costume department gave me a shirt that said "charleston county jail" and i wore that to the first dinner with everyone at netflix. they looked at me like, oh god, oh no. >> anthony: yeah, this guy. >> this is our lead? in our show? that's the story of john b. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: all right! give it up for chase stokes. season two of "outer banks" premieres next friday on netflix. we'll be right back with music from kem. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> anthony: okay, it is past midnight, so i wanna give a big birthday shout-out to this guy, kem, happy birthday. his album is called "love always wins." with his number one single "lie to me," it's kem!
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♪ tell me baby can't you see that i loved you right from the start you wear the crown ♪ ♪ to my heart girl you don't have to lie to me you don't have ♪ ♪ to lie to me i'm ready to live you babe you don't have ♪ ♪ to change a thing you don't have to change a thing i already got the ring ♪ ♪ i'm ready to wife you girl so baby just roll with me let the wind hit your back step into the sun ♪ ♪ what's done is done and it's over baby why don't we kick back and relax ♪ ♪ there's nothing over our shoulder i give him praise every day that i hold you ♪ ♪ that's the way it should be mama you're my shining star girl i don't wanna ♪ ♪ live without you nobody better
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[ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: hello again. before i leave you, it's thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur stuff from tv, whether it needs it or not. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ]
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>> back in the early '60s when wally was in the mercury 13, she went through all the tests, she [ bleep ]ed all the men. we can confirm in our training here that she's still [ bleep ]ing all the men. >> it would be great to see these billionaires take this will and competitive spirit to solving something else like climate change. let's have a climate change race, solve it, [ bleep ] boys. >> tonight, i had four [ bleep ] with four guys. >> giannis at the end of the game [ bleep ] his brother, who's also on the team -- >> my question for you, alison, does sean hannity [ bleep ] tucker carlson's [ bleep ]? >> cooped up 16 months, it's hot as [ bleep ] outside, please behave responsibly. >> even after drinking a bottle of kahlua, how bad are you at your job that you can't [ bleep ]? >> stick your [ bleep ] out day. >> i think you're making this up. >> i've got two personal
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trainers and i stretch before and after. >> name something that might have a chocolate covering. >> pretzels. >> how many inches long is harry potter's [ bleep ]? >> 12 inches. >> i can't wait for the party to start. going to [ bleep ] a big [ bleep ]. >> i've got to get more chairs. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: that's all the time we have. i want to thank christian slater, chase stokes, kem, guillermo, and jimmy kimmel for letting me host his eponymous -- why do you keep putting this damn word in this teleprompter? [ laughter ] "nightline" is next. thank you for watching, goodnight! i'll see you later, mama.


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