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three words. send them in, at and thank you for watching abc news. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. >> dicky: up next on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> jimmy: we don't get many storms here. in fact, until today, i thought the l.a. storm was our women's indoor soccer team. >> dicky: will abornett. >> you're not a lawyer, right? so, why are you getting up in my business. call my agent. what is happening? >> dicky: jane levy. and music from j. cole. >> jimmy: we're living in a golden age of television. that i know for sure.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- will arnett. from "suburgatory," jane levy. and music from j cole. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" >> dicky: and now, if you don't mind, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: well, hi there, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for -- [ applause ] for braving the elements to be here tonight. i appreciate that. those of you in the audience know, something terrified happening here today in l.a. i woke up this morning and there was liquid literally falling from the sky on -- and it -- it seemed like it was aiming at me. [ laughter ] the rain gods are displeased with us. we must sacrifice a real housewife of beverly hills. there was a lot of flooding here today. people were using their implants and collagen just to stay afloat. someone started bidding an arc, they were lining kardashians up two by two. very scary. but it seems to have stopped now. if anyone wants to join us, the guys in the band and i are planning to flow about old couch in the l.a. river. we don't get many storms here. in fact, until today, i thought the l.a. storm was our women's
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indoor soccer team. [ laughter ] i was totally unprepared for the rain today. i went in my closet, i don't have a rain jacket. i don't have an umbrella. i forgot to get laminated this weekend. jason, show everyone the umbrella you brought to work today this is jason, and he came to work today with this umbrella. that belongs to your son? >> yeah, jack's umbrella. >> jimmy: and you looked around the house and that's all you had? >> i didn't have one. >> jimmy: you see what we've been through? almost fully grown man was forced to come to work with a giraffe over his head today. >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there was a new edition of "the x factor" on fox tonight. or maybe it was a season two repeople of "american idol," i honestly can't tell the difference. this show is like no singing competition you've ever seen before, asuchling of course you've never seen a singing competition show before.
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in tonight's episode, the remaining contestants traveled to los angeles for boot camp, where they were judged on their singing and dancing and then shipped to afghanistan to fight the taliban. i like that they're judging the dancing now, too. i've only ever heard simon call someone's singing atrocious. hearing that about dancing is a whole new experience. there's a new reality singing show coming to television that just might be the end of human life as we know it. this is a show called "killer karaoke." contestants attempt to sing karaoke songs while steve-o from "jackass" does terrible things to them. it's all the torture of karaoke combined with actual torture. it's like talent night at guantanamo bay. apparently the show is a big hit in the united kingdom. somewhere along the line, england's number one export became terrible rhe reality sho. this is a clip from the original
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version in uk. we're in for a treat. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we're living in a golden age of television. that i know for sure. [ applause ] i like the guys going, like this through the whole thing. maybe the weirdest thing about this show is that it will air on
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tru-tv. after steve-o murders a contestant, they can try him live. you don't have to change the travel. and they have another new spin on a fox reality show. this one is a more extreme take on the show "so you think you can dance." >> we know they can dance. but will they be able to dance while we kick them in the balls? "so you think you can dance while we kick you in the balls?" thursdays at 9:00, followed by an all new "great white wipeout." only on tru-tv. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i feel like chaz bono would do well on that. hundreds of thousands of high school students took the s.a.t. over the weekend. and more of them will take the p.s.a.t. next week. we thought it would be fun to ask our hollywood bul var sooul superman to answer an a.s.t. question. he was unable to answer it.
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tonight, we asked spongebob to give it a try. and, well, here's bob now with a math problem, taken directly from the s.a.t. >> amy uses three bah unanimous has to make a loaf of banana bread. how many bah unanimous has does amy need to make a loaf of each of the nine people on her holiday gift list? >> oh, that's easy. nine people. equals three bah unanimous hnau unanimous has. nine plus three. that's 13. okay. nine people with three bananas that she has, that's 13. >> jimmy: he was -- he was this close. the sponge is the only animal without a brain, did you know that? i didn't think the question was
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that hard, so we asked the hollywood boulevard elmo to try it to see if he might have better luck. >> amy uses three bananas to make a loaf of bred. how many bananas does amy need to make a loaf for each of the nine people on her holiday gift list? three times nine is -- 27! 27! [ bleep ] in your face, spongebob! in your face, boy! >> jimmy: in your face, boy. speaking of elmo, there was a special guest on "sesame street" yesterday. the beautiful sophia verve jar ya from "modern family." no was was more excited than elmo, the real one. >> we're here to talk to you about a very special word today. are you ready to hear the word? >> yeah, elmo's ready.
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>> okay, the word is -- >> yeah. >> tell everyone what that is, elmo. >> elmo's so sorry, sophia. elmo would love to everyone, but elmo got districtdistracted. >> it's okay. it's a spanish word. >> yeah, spanish like those big -- uh-oh. elmo's so sorry. >> no problem, elmo. here is another hunt. the penguin is doing the -- >> hey, elmo has a great idea. >> what, elmo? >> how about once elmo gets -- >> absolutely, elmo. here's another hint. >> again with the clapping. >> hey, you know, speaking of chicken, elmo is a total breast man. >> okay, tell me, elmo.
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>> sorry, your sweater melons have elmo all mixed up. >> of course, elmo, here is one more hint. this frog is doing -- >> okay, elmo thinks elmo has it all figured out now. >> what does it mean, elmo? >> it means, who cares, just shake those things! >> yeah, that's right! it means dance. >> yeah, whatever! >> come on, everybody, do it! >> yeah, tickle my elmo, baby. >> jimmy: it looks like elmo's finally going through puberty. sorry, kids. [ applause ] sarah palin today in a written statement to her supporters, said that after much prayer and serious consideration, she has decided not to run for president of the united states. [ applause ] which is -- good news for palin haters. bad news for the moose population. wait a minute, are you telling me that driving around the
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country with a bus with a giant picture of her face next to the constitution was nothing but a publicity stunt? because i find that difficult to believe. palin said she won't be campaigning or presidenting but she will continue with her speech making and tv come men stating, so, that's -- that's that, i guess. we'll never get to see a snow mobile one. that's a shame. this is great. many have referred to julia roberts over the years as america's sweetheart and that's hard to disagree with, unless you happen to be this dog. >> picture of julia roberts. apparently our dog does not like her. look. >> it's julia! >> come here! that dog is nuts. come here. good boy. you want to see julia? look at julia. look at julia roberts.
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>> jimmy: think he got some bad k kibble. this is fantastic. if you stay up late at night to watch tv, you probably see a lot of weird exercise commercials. most of them either starring or costarring chuck norris, but -- [ laughter ] much has been made of the shake weight commercial because -- you've seen this, with the unusual arm movement involved. but there's a new exercise product called the free flexor and i promise you, this is real. >> you will build strength. you will get ripped. with the most dynamic fitness tool on the planet. the world's first flexing dumb bell is here. by spinning the weights at each end, you can create unlimited torque, unlimited tension, that will make your muscles cry. >> once you start getting that
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canadian whiskey. his new show is called "up all night," watch it wednesdays at 8:00 on nbc. please welcome will arnett. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you really got out here in a hurry. >> we got to keep this show moving. >> jimmy: some people do a whole tour of the room, then they say hello to the band, which is never sincere. >> they don't care. >> jimmy: you get right out here. i like that. >> we have to -- this is not about me. this is about you. >> jimmy: thank you, i appreciate that. i will say, you have had, like, an unbelievable last few days, haven't you? >> it's -- yeah, it's been kind of a bonkers 72 hours. >> jimmy: let's go over it. what's happened? >> well, the jets lost on sunday. >> jimmy: you were not involved in that. maybe in a fantasy point of view. >> maybe if i had, yeah -- oh, you mean fantasy football. got you. i was thinking -- i was in the other.
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>> jimmy: yeah, and if you need this at any time, just let me know. >> i don't know what that is but for some reason i'm drawn to it. >> jimmy: i bet if i threw this, people would chase it. >> people would scramble and fight each other to get it. >> jimmy: this is no time for exercise. so, the jets. that was not part of the big deal. >> no. sunday i was in new york and we had a sort of a mini reunion of sorts for the cast of "arrested development" and the creator, mitch. [ applause ] >> jimmy: a show that is one of the funniest shows ever made. you put it on the air, how many seasons was it on? >> three, kind of. >> jimmy: three kind of. and for some reason, we, and i mean america, were too stupid to really embrace it. >> i'm not saying that. [ laughter ] but -- where's the camera. right there -- um -- but you
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know, i think at the time we had a tough time getting it off the ground and i think -- the show is well received critically and for a lot people it felt like homework. >> jimmy: a lot of people love the show. me included. it's a show you wish could continue and it turns out you are going to continue the show. >> yes, we got together for the first time since we wrapped the show. we all got together with mitch, the creator, and did a panel for this new yorker festival. i do a lot of stuff, new yorker, these are some of the names i'm so associated with. and i guess it's a magazine? but -- but so we went there and we had this panel and mitch announced, it is our intention to make a mini series, if you will, of episodes, culminating with a movie. >> jimmy: and that's fantastic. how many episodes are you going to make? [ applause ] >> yeah, i think -- the plan is to make something like nine or ten, it's not exactly sure yet.
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it's going to be essentially one episode per character. >> jimmy: and then a movie at the end of that? >> yeah. and then the ride. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. but what i don't understand is this. you have this show "up all night" on nbc and you just got picked up. that's another thing that happened to you. show got picked up for the rest of the season. >> yes. that's a very big deal. >> jimmy: but what if "arrested development" is not on nbc and another network. how will you be allowed, since you have a show right now, to go do that show at the same time, and what if it's on against your show? >> right, well, look -- jimmy, you're not a lawyer, right? [ laughter ] so, why are you getting all up in my business. >> jimmy: i don't know why i'm worried about this. >> what is happening here? this is absurd. >> jimmy: i don't know. i've been thinking about it. >> i'm sure -- >> jimmy: where is it going to air? do we know? >> let's for real have this conversation later, but --
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i need to know now. >> okay. it's not really a sere reaps that we're doing. we're doing a mini series so it's not like a regular programming thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> couple of the names that have been bandied about this is not coming from me this is on the internet, which means it's true -- >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> netflix, showtime, et cetera. these are some of the names. >> jimmy: not necessarily direct competitors to your show on nbc. >> no, i'm here to, you know, right now, i'm making "up all night" on nbc. and i'm so excited about the show. >> jimmy: it's really great. your wife is christina applegate, which is nice. i mean, not in real life. your wife in real life is amy pohler which is great, too. >> which is also great. i'm having a great wife sandwich right now. >> jimmy: you really are. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and will you have -- a couple of kids yourself, little kids and then you have a baby on the show, hence the title of the show.
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>> right. >> jimmy: "up all night" with the baby. have your real babies and your tv baby met? >> well, they -- they have -- my oldest son said to me the other day, he saw the poster of, there's a poster for our show where i'm lying on -- the baby is sitting on my back and i have crayon on my face. and he said, that's dada's baby? i said no. he explained it to somebody else, he said, dada's pretend baby put crayon on his face by accident. >> jimmy: that is a weird thing for a kid to process. >> it is. when you have to say, you have to go home now and he seeps me working with another kid. you have to go, but i get to stay here with this other kid. it's very strange. >> jimmy: and then what about -- has he seen you with christina applegate? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's got to be
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confusing, too. >> listen, i'm in the process of scarri scarring, yes, my children. boy, man. you are bringing out all the hits tonight, jim. >> jimmy: we're going to get into something in a little while, too. >> oh, no. i will tell you this, that the other day my son, we were at the mall and he saw outside the victoria's secret, i haven't said this to christina. he saw this poster and he said, of a victoria's secret model and he said, "christina!" he thinks she's a victoria's secret model. >> jimmy: she would like that. >> a lot of women would say that's sexist, but all women like it, right? they'd be like, i hate that! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was very nice to see you at the emmys. we hung out a little bit. >> we had a really good time, right? >> jimmy: we did. i don't usually have a good time. >> it was legit fun. sometimes it's kind of weird. because you're in that room and by the end of the night, like all the winners, you're in a
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room of hopefuls and as the night goes on, all these people win and they're whisked away to do interviews. >> jimmy: they take the winners out. >> and they are kind of gone and you are left with this big room full of losers. [ laughter ] and it's just like a huge collective bummer. what would have been! you know? >> jimmy: you're right. i never really thought of it that way. the air just goes out of the room. >> just gone, like -- there's a party -- no, forget the party. let's go home. >> jimmy: everyone walks around with your statues and it's apparent you just don't have one. >> that's rough. and you see people with the statue -- >> jimmy: we started off thinking things are going pretty well. now things are not going well at all. and when we come back, we're going to take a break here. i have something -- i don't want to put you on the spot, but yet i do. there's something we have to discuss. and, well, we'll be right back. will arnett. "up all night" is the show, wednesdays at 8:00 on nbc.
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>> jimmy: we're back with will arnett. will, um -- your parents were here last time you were here. >> yeah, they were. >> jimmy: are they very involved in your career? >> no, they're not. >> jimmy: they are not? for real? >> they're mildly interested. >> jimmy: really? >> a couple years ago when i was doing "arrested development," my mom called me, she said, listen, honey, i just watched the show last night and you've improved a lot since the first season. i said, really? he said, the yeah, the episode where you broke out of jail. i said, that's very revealing, because a, you know, it just proves that you haven't been watching the show at all since last year because, b, that was the fourth episode we ever made. and c, thanks a lot? >> jimmy: yeah, really. >> i shouldn't say that. my parents are awesome. they are very -- they are very supportive. >> jimmy: sounds like my parents are better than yours.
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my parents watch everything i do. i mean -- >> you know what, i can safely say, because my parents are not in the country right now, yeah, they're total [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: i'm glad we cleared that up. now, let's get to -- i have a bone to pick with you. >> i love bones. wait -- let me take that back. i love picking bones. >> jimmy: right, sure. on "up all night" you guys, the first episode, i was excited to see it, i enjoy you in everything you do. >> it's a really nice show, right? >> jimmy: very good. >> well written. >> jimmy: well acted, well written. >> good cast. >> jimmy: some of the -- one -- well, two particular things i want to mention. and the first thing is this. >> hey, honey. >> hey, babe. >> go down okay? >> yeah. >> what's going on with the neighbors? >> i am about to seduce them with some -- >> wait, your music or mine? >> what do you mean my music? >> mighty mighty bosstaupones?
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>> those are good bands. >> jimmy: dicky, our lead sing -- announcer happens to be the lead singer of the mighty mighty bosstones. >> let's take it easy. i feel like i'm in southy right now. let me just say that my character likes the -- >> jimmy: that is true, that is true. >> for what it's worth. >> dicky: thank you. >> and i'm a big fan personally. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's your favorite song? >> ah -- uh -- you know, "come on back." come on back to boston. you and me and beantown makes three. remember that? no, i do know a couple of tunes. of course. >> jimmy: you can name them
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after this clip, which we're going to watch which -- this is something that hits me right in the stomach. >> check it out. i fit right back into my jeans. they look great, right? >> honey? does your t-shirt say huey lewis and the news? >> it's ironic. >> you love them. >> they don't know that. >> jimmy: now -- that's outrageous! >> well, first of all -- >> jimmy: that's an american treasure. that's a national treasure. you think you can talk about our huey lewises like that? >> look, i want a new drug. >> jimmy: he knows one of huey's songs, dicky. >> wow. it should be pointed out that, a, i didn't write the scene. i know that huey lewis and the news are your favorite band, all of them, and, but they come in a digital format, too, don't they? >> jimmy: yes, they do. >> but b, also, my character,
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again, loves the band, so, i feel like your bone, both of you, is with christina applegate. >> jimmy: you're right. my bone has been misplaced, yes. [ laughter ] >> sounds like -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: you're right. >> to me, it feels like christina needs to come here and pick both your bones. >> jimmy: it sounds like -- that would be perfectly fine with both of us. is that all right, dicky? >> dicky: good to me, jimmy. >> jimmy: always great to see you. give my love to your wife, amy. will arnett, everybody. the show is called "up all night" and it airs wednesday nights at 8:00 on nbc. we'll be right back with jane levy. [ jane ] here's me. and here's my depression. before i started taking abilify, i was taking an antidepressant alone. most days i could put on a brave face and muddle through. but other days i still struggled with my depression. i was managing, but it always had a way of creeping up on me.
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>> jimmy: that's music, right there. well, thank you, cleto. still to come on the show, j cole. for those who enjoy huey lewis, you'll enjoy him, too. our next guest is a talented young actress. her new show is called "suburgatory," you can see it wednesdays at 8:30 here on abc. please say hello to jane levy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: you look great. i like the dress and the belt and all that stuff. >> thank you. >> jimmy: very stylist. >> thanks a lot. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. how old are you? >> i'm 21. >> jimmy: just a kid. well, nothing wrong with it. >> okay. >> jimmy: and -- this is really like your first -- this is your second acting job, right? and you have your own show on television. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty good. [ applause ]
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other actors must hate you. [ laughter ] >> ah -- i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't get snide comments from the rest of the cast? >> ah -- i don't know, do people get upset with you because you have a show called "jimmy kimmel?" >> jimmy: the thing is, i'm old, you're young. there are people that get upset that i have a show, but not because i have a show. congratulations on that. where are you from? >> i'm from california. >> jimmy: huey lewis is from there. >> a lot of retired musicians are from -- >> jimmy: well, huey is not retired, in fact, the heart of rock and roll is still beating, as we just heard. how dare you. >> ah -- am i sweating? i'm sorry. that's not what i meant. >> jimmy: what did your parents do? >> my dad is a lawyer -- >> jimmy: yeah, of course, your dad is probably younger than i
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am. >> i don't know. my dad's a lawyer -- now he mediates, but -- he's a guitar player. he went to, like, undergrad for music and became a mediator. >> jimmy: what kind of music does your dad play? >> he does like folk? i don't know, he might get mad at me for saying that. i don't know. >> jimmy: i don't really know what my dad does, either. i know he puts on a suit and he goes to work but i'm not exactly sure what goes on when he gets there. >> oh, yeah? >> jimmy: you don't even know what genre music -- >> like folk blues. >> jimmy: does he have a band? >> no. >> jimmy: does he play around the house? >> yeah. and he goes to guitar camp. >> jimmy: he does? >> yeah, he's like a 6-year-old about it. he goes, like, a lot. >> jimmy: like how often? >> like three times a year. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, and they stay in cabins, it's in ohio. i'm not sure what they do there.
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>> jimmy: there are famous guitarists? >> yorma is the founder. from jefferson airplane. >> jimmy: your dad goes to camp three times a year. did you do to camp when you were a kid? >> yes. >> jimmy: you did? not three times a year. you have to draw a line, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: summer camp? >> it was the best time of my life. >> jimmy: i hate hearing that because i never went to summer camp. i grew up in las vegas and we would be sent to, some call it a school, we thought of it as a prison yard. big black top area, fenced off, it was 115 degrees. >> what did you do there? >> jimmy: well, all they had there for us with a tether ball pole with a rope and no tether ball attached to it. and i wasn't tall enough to hang myself, unfortunately, so, we had to just kind of sit in the, well, parking lot, basically, that was fenced. >> well, send your kinds to camp. >> jimmy: i have kids and they
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already went to camp. now they're in college. they're done camping. >> they loved it? >> jimmy: my son went to space camp, which -- i did it just to rub it in my parent's faces. and your mom? >> my mom is a freelance artist. >> jimmy: so, did you grow up in a bohemian household then? >> if you are familiar with marin county -- >> jimmy: very, yeah. >> it's upscale hippy. >> jimmy: people's grandparents grow pot there, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that kind of thing? >> totally. like, everyone's parents, grandparents. >> jimmy: would your parents have parties? >> yeah, my house was like open door party house, barbecue, that sort of the thing. >> jimmy: was that good for you as a kid? >> yeah, it was really fun. i remember one halloween, i grew up on, like, super neighborhood street, like, roller blades and bicycles and trick or treating and my dog would like sleep in the middle of the street, you know, that kind of street.
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[ laughter ] and i came home one night -- >> jimmy: i had an uncle that used to do that. [ laughter ] >> is he still alive? >> jimmy: he got run over. >> ah -- yeah, and one night i came home from halloween trick or treating and there was like, 50 people in my living room doing the macarena. >> jimmy: really? >> i was, like, 6, so, 50 could have been, like, 14. right now i remember it was like 50 people. >> jimmy: were you horrified? >> no, i was super into it. >> jimmy: did you join in? >> hell yeah. >> jimmy: you did? oh, yalely. were you on teams in stuff in schools? >> oh, teams. i thought you meant macarena teams. >> jimmy: are there those? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: if there was one, you could be the cap tape. >> well, funny you ask. i was captain of my hip hop team in high school. >> jimmy: that's close enough. [ applause ] there's a hip hop team? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you? -- >> it's really funny, because of
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where i'm from. it's me and i had long blond hair and i would wear camouflage cargo pants and braid my hair and think i was hard core? >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. and how did you learn to do that kind of dance? what do they call that kind of hip hop dancing? >> well, actually, there was this music movement going on when i was in high school call ed the high fee movement. we thought it was really cool. people were doing it in oakland and so we were -- >> jimmy: what is that? >> and -- it is a type of music, i guess it was underground but it was popular. and it involved a dance call ed the fizz dance. >> jimmy: really? >> p-h. >> jimmy: oh. the phiz dance? how did that go? >> you want to see it?
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>> jimmy: of course we want to see it. [ applause ] do you remember it? >> are you ready? because it's kind of scary. >> jimmy: do we have any of that music? just play huey lewis again. >> oh, my god. okay, don't worry, it's a face move, not a body move. i can do it sitting down. >> jimmy: this is my kind of dance. >> you sure you're ready? [ applause ] okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. and if you notice i wiped off my face at the end. >> jimmy: what is the idea there, just to look as unhappy as possible? sfwl . >> it's like you smell something really bad. that's it for you. >> jimmy: well, congratulations on the show. the idea of the show -- >> thank you so much. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you are a city girl and your family moves to the
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suburbs and you hate it? >> yeah, i'm edgy and cool and smart. >> jimmy: very -- >> yeah. and these girls in the suburbs are just -- >> jimmy: right. well, it's great to see you and congratulations on everything and hope to see you again. i hope the show goes very well. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: "suburgatory", >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: "suburgatory", wednesday nights on abc at 8:30. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: "suburgatory", wednesday nights on abc at 8:30. and even though you do what you can to take care of it, sometimes you want to give your immune system some support. try new airborne chewable tablets. each serving contains 14 vitamins, minerals and herbs... including zinc, echinacea, ginger, and a blast of vitamin c. it's the easy, great-tasting way to help support your immune system. airborne. in fast-acting effervescent formula,
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>> jimmy: this is his debut album, "cole world: the sideline story." here with the song "work out," making his network television debut, j cole. ♪ >> hey. cole world. ♪ straight up now tell me ♪ do you really want to love me forever ♪ ♪ oh oh oh ♪ or is it just a hit and run ♪ well hey ♪ straight up i tell you ♪ i just really want to cut ♪ we'll be together ♪ oh oh oh ♪ come here girl ♪ let's get it on ♪ hey we got a good thing don't know if i'mma see you again
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but is that a good thing ♪ ♪ 'cause, girl, i can't be your man no ma'am ♪ ♪ i know what's on your brain you probably hope it never would end ♪ ♪ like is it the real thing or is it just a one night stand, well then ♪ ♪ let me see you get high and go low now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor ♪ ♪ i'm here for one night how far will you go i wanna see you ♪ ♪ work out for me work out for me ♪ ♪ high and go low now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor i'm here for one night ♪ ♪ how far will you go i wanna see you work out for me work out for me ♪ ♪ she like them boy with the big old chains ride around town in the big old range ♪ ♪ i knew her when i rock big old chains now the little boy doing big old things ♪ ♪ would you look at that i came back for it just to give it to you like you asked for it ♪ ♪ man that thing in them jeans too fat for it it rebounds so i caught it off the backboard ♪ ♪ i told her baby girl come here know i run the town even
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when i ain't from there ♪ ♪ and i brag hardly but just to show up at this party i made what your boy make in one year ♪ ♪ that's unfair but so is life take a chance roll a dice ♪ ♪ money can't buy you love 'cause it's over priced don't over think just hope it's right ♪ ♪ i'm only here for the night ♪ ♪ hey, we got a good thing don't know if i'mma see you again but is that a good thing ♪ ♪ cause girl i can't be your man, no ma'am work out for me work out for me ♪ ♪ i know what's on your brain you probably hope it never would end ♪ ♪ like is it the real thing or is it just a one ni work out for me ♪ ♪ work out for me ♪ let me see you get high and go low now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor ♪ ♪ i'm here for one night how far will you go i wanna see you work out for me ♪ ♪ work out for me ♪ high and go low now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor i'm here for one night ♪ ♪ how far will you go i wanna see you work out for me work out for me ♪ ♪ carolina blue kicks fresh on the scene
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hottest brother on the block damn girl, you mean ♪ ♪ they be starting but it's your world on my martin you go girl ♪ ♪ she bad and she know it some of 'em save those i'm not that heroic could you be my escort ♪ ♪ cause just like them two door fords damn, they don't make 'em like you no more ♪ ♪ cole world real cole world them boys cool me i'm on fire ♪ ♪ know what's on my mind tryna see what's on yours tonight, tonight, tonight ♪ ♪ move slow, cause you wanna live fast up late so you probably skip class ♪ ♪ life is a test so before the night pass get right, get right ♪ ♪ hey, we got a good thing don't know if i'mma see you again but is that a good thing ♪ ♪ 'cause girl i can't be your man, no ma'am work out for me work out for me ♪ ♪ i know what's on your brain you probably hope it never would end ♪ ♪ like is it the real thing or is it just a one night stand, well then work out for me ♪ ♪ work out for me ♪ straight up, now tell me do you really wanna love me forever


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