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i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. thanks for joining tonight, dave chappelle, from "saban's power rangers," naomi scott, the results of our youtube snowball challenge, and music from weezer. and now, all kidding aside, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. it's spring break and we have a special guest tonight. dave chappelle is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we have naomi scott and weezer too. by the way, i said we have dave
chappelle. he's not actually here yet, he's late. there's a chance dave chappelle might be here later on, if he arrives. before we get to that, i got a call and said hello, for a second you don't hear anything, and you assume it's your mom. [ laughter ] then a woman's voice says, i'm sorry, i'm having trouble with my headset, can you hear me now? like an idiot you say yes, then you realize you're having a conversation with a tape. have you had that, where they trick you? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so everybody. i looked it up, turns out it's a scam to try to get a recording of your voice saying the word "yes," that way they can say you ordered something. when you when you say you didn't, they have a recording of you saying yes, they attach it to whatever it is they're selling. this is how the russians hooked trump by the way. [ laughter and applause ] the woman on the other end of the phone is very peppy.
she sounds like rachael ray or something. makes me wonder when she went into the recording session if she knew what this was for. hard to imagine someone so upbeat being so evil. because it's evil, right? and i wonder if she ever gets these calls from herself. [ laughter ] that would be sweet. i have a lot of energy for this sort of thing, so i reported them to do not call.gov, but i feel like that might be another scam i'm falling for. [ laughter ] i know what i'll do. i'll go on a website and fill out a form and the government will take care of it. i want these people punished for stealing -- that's what they did, they stole a piece of my life. i want them to go to prison for it. but not a regular prison. i want them to go to a prison with a phone in the cell so every once in a while i can call them and say, i'm having trouble -- [ cheers and applause ] my new rule is, i don't answer phone calls from anyone. text me or go to hell, that's it.
[ laughter ] speaking of hell, did any of you watch "dancing with the stars" last night? [ cheers and applause ] first, i'll say, i don't believe it. but secondly, believe it or not, it was kind of great. it was the new season of "dancing with the stars." some weird stuff happened. the stand-out, as we anticipated, was mr. t, who started with the cha-cha, and the big question was, how long would mr. t wait before breaking out the a-team van, and the answer to that question was, not long at all. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, i pity the fools that would dare to criticize that. i hope he does that same dance every week. [ laughter ]
maybe even better than his dance was mr. t's reaction when the judges were giving their comments, compliments and criticism. mr. t said not just a new set not just a new "dancing with the stars" for the most times a contestant said yes. he set it for the most times anyone in the world has ever said it. >> yes, yes yes yes. >> yes. yeah, yes. yes. >> however, and trying your -- >> yes, yes, yes. >> -- hardest -- >> yes, yes. >> and trying your hardest. >> yes, yes. >> fair enough. >> whatever it was, kudos to you. now let's get the score. >> yes, yes, yes. >> more action on the floor, you gotta vote. one couple will be eliminated next week. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's very agreeable. he's like a broken magic 8-ball or something. do you think mr. t knows what show he's on? i feel like he might not.
the most controversial moment of the night, it was all over the internet, a moment between professional bull rider bonner bolton, i don't know who that is either, and his partner. watch closely and pay attention to his hands here. that's not him. right here on the left side, okay. here it is again in slow motion, he reaches under, he's very grabby. almost presidential in how grabby he is. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: this is not bull riding, okay? you're gonna wind up in the hr office if you keep doing that. so that's what happened on "dancing with the stars." now i'll catch you up on our celebrity president. the first daughter, ivanka trump, is getting an office at the white house and she's getting top level security clearance.
for real. ivanka trump will take a position in the white house where she'll draw upon her 20 years of foreign and domestic policy experience that she gained selling sandals to nordstrom's. [ laughter ] i guess her role is, she will serve as her fathers's eyes and ears at the white house. he doesn't need someone -- he needs somebody to be his thumbs so he can stop tweeting. i don't understand -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] most big companies won't let you bring your daughter in the office to sell girl scout cookies. ivanka's getting a security clearance. i have a theory. her office is on the second floor of the west wing, not far from the oval office. i suspect they put her there so somebody can run and grab her, in case her father decides to nuke anything. [ laughter ] she might be the only one he'll listen to, right? [ cheers and applause ] on the other side of the horn, poor tiffany trump, his other
daughter, can't even get the white house wi-fi password. [ laughter ] the president was in louisville, kentucky, last night. he held a rally there. why? i'm not sure, he might be trying to sell hats he had left over from the campaign. it was a packed house. trump reminded the crowd he plans to renegotiate our deals with other countries. he was excited, it was hard to follow. we slowed him down for tonight's edition of "drunk donald trump." [ tape playing very slowly ] >> reciprocal. boom. he said, fair, equal, and reciprocal. i'm talking about reciprocal trade. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's do -- shall we do another one? let's do one more. drunk donald trump 2.
[ tape playing very slowly ] >> we're gonna be doing some trade deals as soon as we get the health care finished. oh, i'm looking forward to these trade deals. they're the ones, ooh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: meanwhile, the president's pal vladimir putin is up for re-election next year. he's the favorite to win the russian election, especially with all the momentum he got from winning the american election. [ laughter ] you'd think campaigns are tough over here, this is the sort of thing you have to deal with when you run against vladimir putin. >> campaigning about president putin in siberia, russian opposition leader alexi has been sprayed with green liquid by an unknown assailant. sold in farm krits the solution is harmless but notoriously difficult to watch out.
undeterred he spoke to supporters on camera. "i just wanted to say one thing, maybe in the kremlin they think i won't make video addresses with a green face but i will definitely make them because more people will watch them now and it definitely won't stop me." >> jimmy: and a new batman villain is born. [ applause ] that's a good way of handling it, i guess. how did they get -- let's look at that again. how did they get the green all over his face and both of his hands? was he attacked by a makeup artist? although the green really does set off his eyes. i hope he wins. if he wins, it would be fun to have the two most powerful leaders in the world with orange and green faces, wouldn't it? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i don't know if you use this app, it's called door dash, it's a delivery service. you order food. a guy dashes it to your door. here in california, in northern california, they're trying something new. in addition to human drivers, they're using robots to deliver the food. a robot will come to your house with pizza or whatever.
aren't we the fat people in "wall-e" yet? anyway, they put together a video that shows the robot in action. look at this. well, that's the robot right there. and apparently it's got a range and it will find you at your home. oh, my goodness. well, that's a shame. [ cheers and applause ] a new ipad is on the way. apple today announced a newer, cheaper ipad. it's called the ipad. [ laughter ] the new model goes for $329, $250 less than the ipad pro. finally a new low-priced ipad just in not time for christmas. [ laughter ] in addition, apple unveiled a new app called clips that lets users add stickers and text to videos of themselves. in other words, apple invented snapchat today. the ceo of apple said they developed the app after asking
themselves, what can we do that has already been done before? [ laughter ] guillermo, are you on clips? >> no, jimmy. >> jimmy: you gotta get on clips. what a loser. [ laughter ] it rained here in l.a. really, it actually rained. some of it got on me and everything. it's hard to complain about the weather here, because last week, the winter storm was raging on the east coast. it was 85 degrees and sunny here. at that time, i issued a formal youtube challenge to our viewers who were stuck inside because of the snow. the challenge was to go outside, make a snowball and serve that snowball to someone in bed. we got a lot of responses. we shoveled through all of them, whittled it down to our favorites and here they are, hey jimmy kimmel, i served a snowball in bed. >> my name's rico, michael jackson artist in chicago. i'm getting ready to snowball my son. he's sleeping. >> aaah!
aaah! [ snoring ]. >> mike? jimmy kimmel told me to do this. [ laughter ] >> hey, jimmy kimmel, i'm going to serve my son a snowball before school. good morning! good morning! >> you suck! >> you been outside yet? >> aaaaah! >> jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> don't! >> jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> sarah? >> jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> you went out and got snow? >> yes. >> okay, clean it up. i've got to get [ bleep ] in the morning. >> jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> get it out of my ear!
>> look at that girl sleeping. jimmy kimmel told me to do that! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! >> what? >> jimmy kimmel told me to do it. >> ha ha, really? really? >> yeah. yeah, really. >> what? >> jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> matthew! >> stop. >> hey, jimmy kimmel, i served a snowball in bed. >> [ bleep ] jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what? thank you. i'm glad i could help bring families together. we got a great show for you tonight. music from weezer, from the power rangers, naomi scott is here. and we'll be right back with dave chappelle. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. tonight, from the new "power rangers" movie, naomi scott is here. she plays the pink ranger. the toughest ranger of them all. then later,the official debut of our brand new concert series with mercedes-benz, with music from weezer. this is their new single, it's called "feels like summer." and thanks to our friends at mercedes-benz for making it happen. if it wasn't for them, we'd be having these concerts at the youth hostel down the block. tomorrow night, bill hader, america ferrara and music from imagine dragons. and thursday shaquille o'neal, noah hawley and mondo cozmo. thirteen long years have passed since our first guest bequeathed us a standup comedy special. but he is making up for it with not one, but two specials at once. "the age of spin" and "deep in the heart of texas" are
available right now on netflix. please welcome dave chappelle! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? >> i'm good, man. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. thanks for coming. >> thanks for having me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i speak for myself here when i say, also, we're very excited that you put out these comedy specials. 13 years. like a locust, you have returned with these. why did you decide to put two of them out? >> money. >> jimmy: money? >> yeah, i did, you know, i just started making them. i made them and then i shelved them.
and then they bought them. >> jimmy: did you make them thinking, oh, i'll sell these one day, or do you think, these might not be so timely anymore? which, they are, certainly, but did you worry about that? >> no. >> jimmy: not at all? >> no. because it's like, i don't get mad at a photograph because it's not today. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a very healthy way of looking at it. >> is there fair representation of the night they were shot? but the thing is, things change so rapidly now and the way people listen to things change rapidly. so maybe i was a little worried, but not enough to not put them out. >> jimmy: and talking about money, everybody knows that you got a tremendous amount of money. what i read was $60 million was for three specials, two of them you had in the closet already. >> i took them out of the closet and was like -- [ laughter and applause ]
>> jimmy: do you worry about that? do you like when people know how much money you have? would you rather they didn't? >> i learned from the last time. >> jimmy: okay. what happened last time? >> who knows. i just learned, you know, i would rather people didn't know. but i kinda don't care. >> jimmy: do you feel pressure now to leave a bigger tip at a restaurant, especially in the glow of the news that this is happening to you? >> i don't know if you've heard the stereotype, black people don't tip well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't want to ruin that? >> yeah, i'm holding the line. >> jimmy: that's very admirable of you. you live in a small town in ohio. a lot of people know that. how old are your kids now? >> my oldest is 16. i have a 14-year-old, excuse me. and an 8-year-old. >> jimmy: you were doing stand-up, how old were you when you started doing it? >> 14.
>> jimmy: so your son is your oldest. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: is he interested in doing something like this? can you imagine him doing something like what you did at that age? >> no, it's not -- that's not -- he's a funny kid but that's not his thing. if any one of my kids would be a comedian, i've said it before, it's my daughter. she got all the skill sets. she's very funny. >> jimmy: do they think you're funny? >> now they do, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you think that they -- when you come back out and everybody gets very excited that they go, well, for them, this is kind of news, isn't it? >> now they -- the last time this happened to me, they were so young, and obviously i wasn't having a good time back then. so they thought that fame was bad. and then as they got older, they realized, it's not all bad. and they just power through it. >> jimmy: are you having fun this time around? >> i am making a point to have fun this time around. >> jimmy: you are? >> yes. >> jimmy: can you make that
conscious decision to have fun? >> yeah, at this age. >> jimmy: at this age? >> yeah, failure is informative. >> jimmy: you never really failed. you retreated. >> right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's different. >> i actually like the way you put that. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] i know you've been doing shows here in l.a. since you've been here. and one of the guys who works here said you were doing a show and lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers showed up for the show. did you know they were coming? >> yeah, i knew. i went to the game earlier. >> jimmy: i see. >> but they say, we'll come by the show. well, you know, eight-foot dudes start walking in the door. >> jimmy: are they still in uniform, or do they shower and change? [ laughter ] >> yeah, it was dope, though. lebron got on stage with me and did a few comedy bits. he was funny too. >> jimmy: he did comedy bits on his own, or you made fun of him? >> i made some assists.
[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: kyrie irving, who plays for the cavaliers, he recently said that he believes the world is flat. is that a subject that you covered with him? were you aware of that? >> i wouldn't even know how to broach that topic. word, is that what you think? what do you say? >> jimmy: i don't know. i guess if you feel it, it won't really make any kind of a difference. >> i don't understand the philosophy behind the flat-earth theory. >> jimmy: why do you say that? >> i just don't understand. first of all, what difference does it make? [ laughter ] could be flat, could not be flat. there could be 12 continents, how would you know? >> jimmy: that's a matter of how we draw it up. but with the world, with the earth, when you stand back and look at the horizon, you can see curvature, you can actually see it, unlike a dinosaur or something. >> or if you fly in one direction, you will come back around. which in a flat world probably would not happen.
>> jimmy: that's true. but these guys don't go around. they go to cleveland, and maybe they need longer trips is what's going on. we'll take a break. when we come back, do you care about what people think about the comedy specials? >> sure. >> jimmy: oh, you do? because they're absolutely fantastic. i watched them over the last two nights, i was literally crying laughing. my wife came downstairs and yelled at me at one point. dave chappelle is here with us. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of jimmy kimmel live are brought to you by xyzal.
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some rappers. yeah, i don't know if you know anything about hanging out with rappers, but their weed is very strong. stronger than what i was accustomed to. the article goes on to say i was booed off stage, which is also incorrect. i was booed, i did not leave. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's dave chappelle, "the age of spin and "deep in the heart of texas" are available now on netflix. do you still get heckled? you mentioned this, which is amazing to me, that at this point in your career, that's still happening. >> i don't think that will ever stop. it's always comedy, no matter how high you go, the mechanics never change. >> jimmy: can you spot who might be the problem in the audience? is there a profile? >> sometimes you can see them bubbling. >> jimmy: you can see them bubbling. >> yeah. and then you know, this guy is going to be trouble.
but a lot of times you just never know. >> jimmy: you have a policy that i think is great. there are no cameras, no camera watches or anything of that stuff allowed in your theater. why do you do that? besides the fact that your specials are now worth $60 million? what is the reason for that? >> there's a lot. one, it became a thing where i walk on stage, i see a sea of cell phones, so i knew that anything i said in the room, i was saying to everybody, whether they were in the room or not. which is not an empowering feeling as a comedian. it's like fight club rules apply. what i'm saying to you, i'd rather just keep it in the room. and the other thing is, comedians need the element of surprise. so if someone sees a joke i'm doing before i get to their city, then i got to do all new jokes and i couldn't write fast enough. >> jimmy: it cheats the audience. the audience doesn't rrls it but they're cheating themselves out of you taking risks at that time
and saying things that might not necessarily be appropriate for the world. >> that's exactly right. so for instance, when we had a show the other night, lebron james, i don't think would have went on stage and had me say all the crazy stuff i was saying around him if people's cell phones -- >> jimmy: what was the crazy stuff you said to lebron james? [ laughter and applause ] >> i don't know. fight club rules apply. but i say a lot of crazy [ bleep ] when i'm on stage. it's not malicious, but i have a good time. >> jimmy: you built this -- one of the specials is built around four different times you met o.j. simpson. four different encounters you had with o.j. and it is beautiful the way you weave it together. you start with the first one. and the second one happens and the third one happens and you wrap it up. he might be out of jail in october. >> okay. >> jimmy: you could get a number
five out of this. but the way you speak about it is really, it's -- it's new is what it is. and the way you spoke about bill cosby in the special was something that it was just such a dangerous line that you walked and you walked it so well. and it's so funny. do you look for subjects like that? or do you just feel compelled to speak about them? >> those are big enough that you wouldn't have to look. i think it's more of a compulsion. sometimes something will happen and you'll feel a certain way about it, so you just -- like when i'm walking down the street, they're like, dave, that's right, you tell it like it is. not really. i don't really know what it is. i just say what it feels like. you know what i mean? i don't know what it is. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you know how i feel, i'm having the urge to tell all your jokes from the special, but i don't want to do that, because i think people should right now, turn off the show right now, go on to netflix and watch these specials because they're great. dave chappelle.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. >> oh, my gosh, hello. >> jimmy: you were shot out of a cannon. >> jimmy: they said you were only 11 feet away. so i was like, whoa! >> jimmy: is that right. i've never measured it. >> i was just going to run into the audience. >> jimmy: as a foreigner to our land, they should be telling you in the metric system. >> please, don't, i get confused with that. >> jimmy: i would too. 11 feet would mean nothing to me. >> i made it, guys, i'm here. >> jimmy: where are you from, exactly? >> i'm from london, england. east london. >> jimmy: i've heard of it. >> my favorite city on earth. i love it. >> jimmy: is it your favorite? that's a nice thing to have your hometown be your favorite city. >> i'm biased, but i've resisted the temptation to move here. i like l.a., but london's where it's at. >> jimmy: so you don't like us as much as -- >> i mean, maybe. >> jimmy: i think that's perfectly fine. your husband is a professional soccer player, football as you call it over there? >> football, yes, he is.
he plays for a football team called ipswich town. >> jimmy: ipswich town? >> yes. and actually, i feel like i was kind of representing him the other day, because we had to throw the first pitch, is that what you say? >> jimmy: that is what we say. >> but it was like the three power rangers that weren't american, so it was the aussie, the chinese, and the english. so i'm walking out and some guy, i think he's trying to be really sweet. he's like, you'll be fine, it's really cute. what's really cute? when girls like throw it, like they throw underarm. and i was like, yo-yo yo, listen up, i'm going to throw it overarm and i'm going to get it to the -- to the man. >> jimmy: i would jump in to help but i'm not going to. >> the wicket keeper. >> jimmy: the wicker keeper? >> the catcher. >> jimmy: that's right. it makes us feel so smart when really, we don't know what the wicketkeeper is. >> that's cricket.
>> jimmy: those are bugs over here. >> so i'm a little bit nervous and i feel like i'm doing this on behalf of all the women. i was like, this is a feminist thing, i'm going to go out and do it. and we get there and i have daker and lewdy. and i throw it, i get it straight to the catcher. >> jimmy: you threw a strike? >> yes. they didn't. they hit the floor. i was like jumping up and down. >> jimmy: so you humiliated the other power rangers? >> yeah. it's in the name of feminism. >> jimmy: in the name of feminism, but not team spirit. do they have power rangers in england? >> they do. my brother was a big fan. we used to play -- i don't remember watching the shows, but i remember us playing power rangers. yeah, it was a big deal. >> jimmy: he must have been excited. >> very excited.
so much so he just had a stag do, what you would call a bachelor party, dressed up as the power rangers. >> jimmy: he was dressed as the pink power ranger? >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you in the pink power ranger outfit? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: why? because you have a mask on and you have the whole thing on. >> no, because we have an open mask version. >> jimmy: okay. >> oh, my gosh, seriously, they're so tight, those suits. it's pretty crazy. the suits have the womanly area i can't make much credit for. i don't know who has seen the suits. there's like a breastplate. >> jimmy: so it's got -- >> they gave us a little help. >> jimmy: that's a weird thing that they do. >> i was like, wow, when people see me, they're gonna be like, what happened there? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's better than the other way around. >> it's true. >> jimmy: so you didn't get to pick the color power ranger. >> no, i auditioned for the yellow power ranger first. >> jimmy: really?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: was there a different way of auditioning for the yellow one than the pink one? >> they're just different characters, i guess. i'd be happy with any of the power rangers. i was like, just give me a job, i'll be fine. but when you're out of -- >> jimmy: was this the biggest movie that you've been a part of? >> okay, well, yes, and no. i was actually, i was in "the martian." great movie. >> jimmy: oh, you were? >> great movie. got matt damon. >> jimmy: yeah, i know who he is. [ laughter and applause ] >> so i got cast in this movie. you know, like, it was one scene, but it had a lot of scientific jargon and i was like, this was the biggest thing, i was so excited. shot the movie and then got invited to the cast and crew screening. i'm going to invite my friend, make it a bit of a thing.
we got on the tube, we got there, watching the movie. i was like, you know, picked out a special outfit. i don't know who's going to be there. i don't know why matt damon would be at the london screening. >> jimmy: no, he probably wasn't even invited. [ laughter ] >> but, yeah, so we're watching the movie and as the movie's going, i'm like, okay, yeah, because i was trying to remember chronologically where my scene would come in. and i was like, i think it's like the next, because the rover -- and then i'm watching and time goes by and hope just slips away. >> jimmy: oh. >> so we get to the credits and i'm like, maybe a sequel? i was like, maybe a spin-off movie. >> jimmy: you were not in it at all? >> i was. but there's a shot of me in my cap just like this. like just laughing. and yeah, no, so i just walked out, went straight home, and the
first thing, my mother-in-law opened the door and just went, you're an extra? that's how you keep grounded, guys. it's okay, i'm the pink power ranger now. it's fine. >> jimmy: so what you're telling me, matt damon cut you out of the movie so he could have more time for himself? >> he did. >> jimmy: well, guess what, we've gone long in this interview so he's not going to be on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] matt damon! it's called karma, enjoy it. well, it's very good to meet you. the movie is called "saban's power rangers," it opens this friday. we'll be right back with weezer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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