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right now, on jimmy kimmel live, nick offerman. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- nick offerman. aunjanue ellis. and music from alessia cara. and now -- jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. hi, everyone. appreciate that, thanks. gentlemen. guillermo. hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for joining us on a night when things are literally looking up. if you are watching this show on tv right now, you might be missing a once-in-a-lifetime event. the lengthiest partial lunar eclipse in almost 600 years is happening at this moment. but you don't have to run out
immediately, because it's three hours and 28 minutes long. longer than the movie "dune." by an hour. [ laughter ] so you can go out and take a bunch of blurry pictures you'll never look at after the show. when the sun, the earth, and a full moon line up, it's called, i learned this today, a syzygy. which is a term that was first coined when a cat walked across an astronomer's keyboard. [ laughter ] i tell you something, if jfk doesn't come back tonight, he's not coming ever, right? [ cheers and applause ] somebody tell those qanoners in dallas to go home. it's not a full eclipse. the earth's shadow is only partially blocking the moon's disc. in non-scientific terms, the moon is showing some underboob. [ laughter ] doesn't it feel like the moon is pulling a lot of publicity stunts lately? "i'm blood red!" "i'm passing in front of venus!" "i'm a wolf moon!" ooh! [ laughter ] it's going to be on "the masked singer," dressed up as pac-man or something. [ laughter ] but i do like this stuff. a big celestial event like this
is a good opportunity to step back and think about how small your problems are. and that, really, in the grand scheme of the universe, going back 600 years to the last eclipse, your life means nothing. [ laughter and applause ] here in california, as of today every adult can get a vaccine booster shot. i got mine. you know where i got it? did you get yours yet? >> guillermo: no, not yet. >> jimmy: i got it right across the street at dave and brewster's. [ rim shot ] thanks. thanks, everybody. [ applause ] meanwhile, aaron rodgers isn't the only nfl quarterback who's been holding out. joe flacco, of the new york jets, revealed that he, too, is unvaccinated. flcco told the media he doesn't want to get into his reasoning because it would be a distraction to the team, and the most important thing is to focus on going out there and losing football games right now. [ laughter ] [ applause ] of course, the main difference between this and the aaron rodgers story is aaron rodgers led everyone to believe he was vaccinated, and
also, no one cares about joe flacco. [ laughter ] next week, the jets host the dolphins in new york. flacco, who wears number 19, made a slight adjustment to his uniform. [ laughter ] precaution plaus [ applause ] speaking of gang green, marjorie taylor greene, america's top congressional karen, has now racked up $63,000 in fines for not wearing a mask. and not only isn't she protected on the outside, she's unprotected on the inside too. >> i'm not vaccinated. and i have been quiet about my vaccine status. but i've opened up and i'm like, i'm going to let people know, i'm not vaccinated as well. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i want to thank the team at lucasfilm for the special effects there. [ laughter ] i bet she's lying. i bet she is vaccinated, and says she isn't to get stupid people street cred. [ laughter ] we'll never know, i guess. of course, the latest thing the anti-cancel culture crowd wants
to cancel is "sesame street." after big bird endorsed vaccinations for kids, that made everybody mad. the conservative political action conference, cpac, announced via twitter, "elmo is not invited to the festivities next year." [ laughter ] elmo is out. and so are big bird, bert, and ernie. i love that they think this is clever. but it did get me thinking about which muppet is the most likely to be a conservative, and i narrowed it down to three. it's either sam the eagle, or one of these two. [ laughter ] i mean, tell me they're not senators from oklahoma. so the gang from "sesame street" is not welcome at cpac in florida this year. but don't worry. miss piggy is still invited, especially after her great work at last year's event. [ laughter and applause ] the truth is "sesame street" wouldn't have been allowed to be there anyway, because by next year seems likely matt gaetz will be a convicted sex offender. [ laughter ]
the annual list of the most common passwords of 2021 is out, and turns out, we have learned nothing at all. the top password in the world is? 1-2-3-4-5-6. followed by "1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9" and "1-2-3-4-5." "qwerty" and "password." number four and five. this was published by a tech company in lithuania. why does a tech company in lithuania know what the most common passwords are? [ laughter ] they broke it down by country too. there were some interesting findings among the top hundred in america. coming in at 85, "trustno1." number 63 is qwertyuiop that's the whole top row of your keyboard. and another really common one is the word "dolphin." which i think might be the
weirdest thing you could learn about a person. an adult whose password is "dl fin." dolphin. anyway ,the russians are very thankful that we've made things so easy for them. [ cheers and applause ] most of these passwords take the hackers less than a second to crack. and we wanted to see just how freely folks are willing to share their information in person. so we went on the street, and asked people if their password was on the list of most commonly used and this is how that went. >> we're talking to people about passwords. we have a list of the top ten passwords in the united states. are your passwords on this list? >> no. >> what's your password? >> we do our name, we do the big ones usually, the passwords, maybe a number. >> my favorite password would be -- >> do you use that for something? >> yes. >> why? >> what's your password? >> steph1234. >> 824kobe! >> milk chocolate, a brand from norway. it's called freia. >> what's your password?
>> freia. >> what's your password? >> 123456. >> why is that your password? >> it's a terrible password. it's the easiest one. it's the most -- >> it's number one. >> it's the most convenient. >> why are you telling me your password on national tv? >> it -- i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's all very confusing. president biden got the international band of neighbors back together. grampotus had the leaders of canada and mexico at the white house today for what they call "the three amigos" summit. [ laughter ] this is a traditional thing. it hasn't been held since 2016 because -- guess why? [ laughter ] i wish i could have seen trump's face when he found out biden met with the president of mexico at the white house. you know he was like "impossible! how'd he get through my wall? this doesn't make any sense!" [ laughter and applause ] it's nice that we're friendly with our neighbors again. it's like america's abusive ex-boyfriend moved out, and we're finally getting invited
back to the barbecues in the neighborhood. [ laughter ] thanksgiving is less than a week away. and there's a major storm threatening to make travel even worse than usual. the storm could cancel hundreds of flights. but in a way, wouldn't canceling flights on thanksgiving be the perfect symbolism? turkeys can't fly, and now neither can we. [ laughter and applause ] between the weather and the pandemic, there have never been more plausible excuses to bail on your family at thanksgiving. if you are headed home, donald trump jr. wants to sell you something. he's offering some special new merchandise on his website. he wrote -- "want a perfect surprise for your favorite lib relative this thanksgiving? check these out. make a statement without saying a word." he's selling shirts that say, "let's get biden to quit." "fauci kills puppies." and "censor deez." i guess the idea is you wear these to annoy your liberal relatives. from the mind of donald junior. [ laughter ] you know what? donald jr., just because your
family doesn't like you doesn't mean i want mine to hate me, okay? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] last night, i watched "ghostbusters" with my son, he'd never seen it before, for the first time, he loved it. and starting tonight, we have "ghostbusters: afterlife," starring paul rudd. it's expected to make a lot of money at the box office this weekend. whenever a major motion picture hits theaters, who are we gonna call to review it? none other than our in-house movie critic, yehya. here he is now. talking about the new movie, "ghostbuste "ghostbusters afterlife." [ cheers and applause ] >> it's me, yehya. i talk about the new movie "ghostbuster." the movie called "ghostbuster" -- after, you know? "ghostbuster" is like action movie, you know ghost, you know ghost, he make problem for everyone. >> have you missed us? >> is the guy, the man guy in
that movie, is named ball roof. [ laughter ] in the movie with michael douglas, "the big ant, the small ant." he is in the movie, he is like tv news guy with some actor. with who? >> i'm kind of a big deal. >> i watch the first "ghostbuster" with electrical power. and the ghostbuster come in the box, and he close the box. the first ghostbuster is the bill murray who's in the movie also. "he play golf with the rat." [ laughter ] he in the movie, "he teach the young boy how smoke, how drink, alcohol." real good. the star, his name, don ruckert -- he is in "ghostbuster"? god bless him, he pass away. he not pass away? don ruckert is still alive. sorry. he in the movie "the head look like ice cream like banana."
he do the movie with john belushi, "mafia." he dress in black suit, black hat, black glasses because no one see him. then she do the movie "the ghost coming" with battick swayze. he say, i love you, i want to make sex with you, honey, yes, i can. >> we're ready to believe you! >> who is called ghostbuster? go watch it! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, yehya, for that insight into this new film. and one more thing before we forge ahead. it's thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week, whether they need it or not. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> joe biden ordered merrick garland to [ bleep ] me from the white house lawn when he got off marine one. >> how do i [ bleep ], [ bleep ] in a snowstorm?
what happened? no, think about it. >> please welcome senate majority leader chuck schumer! >> [ bleep ] you. >> how many turkeys [ bleep ]ing this year? >> scorpions invading villages near the nile river, the species nicknamed [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> me at the stadium of michelle. >> this song to me was the beginning of me trying to [ bleep ] myself, and i hadn't figured out yet what it was i had to do for that. >> this is the one i've been waiting for, national [ bleep ] day. >> [ bleep ] me is sometime is not easy, but most of time it's fun. ♪ i'm thankful for trees i'm thankful for the birds way up in the sky ♪ ♪ and i'm thankful for [ bleep ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think we all are. we've got a good show for you tonight.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello there, welcome back. from the new movie "king richard," starring will smith, aunjanue ellis is with us. [ cheers and applause ] then later, one of america's finest imports from canada, she is part of the "blade runner: black lotus" soundtrack. music from alessia cara from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] next week, we've got new shows, with sandra bullock, jon bernthal, bill burr, and michelle young, the bachelorette. with music from lizzie mcalpine and parker mccollum. and i have a very exciting
announcement to make. in fact -- i might stand for this announcement. no, i'm going to sit. [ laughter ] i'm worried i might get bowled over by your reaction to this. i'm going to stay seated. on tuesday, december 7th, i am teaming up once again with the great norman lear and kerry washington for our third installment of "live in front of a studio audience." we did "all in the family" with woody harrelson and marisa tomei. we did "good times" with andre braugher and viola davis. we did "the jeffersons" with wanda sykes and jamie foxx, and now we bring you two more american television classics. next month, we will be in prime time live with an episode of "diff'rent strokes" starring an all-star cast! [ applause ] i will announce the cast now. the part of willis will be played by damon wayans. [ laughter ] the part of mr. drummond will be played by john lithgow. [ applause ] ann dowd will be mrs. garrett.
you want to guess who's playing the gary coleman part? guillermo? >> guillermo: uh -- >> jimmy: who would be the greatest person on the planet earth to play the part of arnold? >> kevin hart! >> jimmy: that's exactly right. [ cheers and applause ] none other than kevin hart will be playing arnold. [ cheers and applause ] that's what willis is talkin' about! so book a spot on your couch now. tuesday, december 7th at 8:00 p.m., live, here on abc. "diff'rent strokes" and "the facts of life." we'll be announcing the cast for that show very soon, and it is equally spectacular. [ cheers and applause ] this is one i've been working on for a while. i don't know that i've ever been more excited about anything. [ laughter ] all right. our first guest is a man of many skills. he's an exceedingly funny actor, crafty craftsman, and best-selling author, too. his fifth book is called "where the deer and the antelope play." please welcome nick offerman.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. look at you, all clean-shaven and everything. >> well, i'm in author mode. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i see, i understand. the cover of your book, which i love by the way, is very -- very brawny paper towel, i'd say. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's very rugged looking. i like it. it reminds me of a national park poster or something. [ laughter ] >> that was my aim. and my wife has accused me of being the quicker picker-upper around the house as well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she has. this is your fifth book. the other four were about how to get rich selling timeshares, something like that? [ laughter ] >> they were pretty much the same subject matter, i just kept trying to get it right. i think finally i nailed it in this one. >> jimmy: you got some incredible endorsements on the
back of the books. a blurb from henry david thoreau, mother nature, a badger, even. [ laughter and applause ] this is remarkable. the people you've wrangled. >> you've got to be persistent. >> jimmy: is that right? is that how you do it? >> if they don't return your dms, knock on the door. [ applause ] >> jimmy: what or who inspired you to write this book? >> oh, boy. i mean, first and foremost, this agrarian writer from kentucky named wendell berry. but so many other writers of his ilk. aldo leopold. john muir. thoreau. emerson. all the writers that talk about having common sense when it comes to understanding a relationship with nature, specifically where our food comes from, you know, and the health of our ecosystem and how that applies to the health of our food systems and how we take care of our farmers, or not. >> jimmy: this book is split into three parts.
the first part -- tell us what the first part is. >> the first part is hiking in glacier national park with my friends jeff tweedy and george saunders. >> jimmy: okay, great. great singer, great writer. >> classic bromance. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. and there's a shepherd friend of yours, right? >> the second third is me spending a lot of time in the lake district of england with my friend james rebanks, a shepherd, and his family in this incredibly picturesque storybook setting where they raise sheep, now they're developing a herd of belted galloway cattle as well. >> jimmy: and you got yourself one of these cows? >> i fell in love. i wanted to get adopted into the family. and they refused to have me. so i did the next best thing. and i threw him at their local auction, i bought the prize heifer cow that year. >> jimmy: oh, at the auction, oh, wow. [ cheers ] >> yep, there she is.
her name is eye bright. that's with her second calf this year, a bull calf named tommy 3. for "parks and rec" fans, when he was born, we thought it was a girl. and so i said, let's name her tammy 3, that will be funny. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: and they're beautiful animals. you get to keep -- how does it work, when you own the mother, do you own the children as well? >> yeah, i mean -- it's sort of a sliding scale. but yeah. we both -- i basically am an investor. so as the herd grows, i also went in to buy a new bull called the colonel. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i think we have a picture of the colonel too, let's take a look. [ cheers ] wow. wow. >> he gets the job done. [ laughter ] i stand at attention when the colonel's around. >> jimmy: the colonel has a nose ring, it looks like. >> yeah, you know, that's a common thing with bulls. i've seen my friend james, a
couple of times -- one time a cow had to be artificially inseminated. and they usually have a big brace that they gently hold the cow in when they have to do something like that. and their brace was broken. and so he said, no problem. he did this old-fashioned thing where he put his arm around, just squeezed the septum of the nose. and the cow was totally docile. and that -- that's what the ring does with a bull. if you lead it by the ring in the nose, it will stay docile and not toss you over the fence. >> jimmy: wow. i figured it was like, i don't know, for keys or something. [ laughter ] >> no, it's also a goth neighborhood. [ laughter ] the colonel listens to a lot of the smiths. >> jimmy: so you visit these people regularly? or it was just a one-time thing? >> no, i happened to -- i never thought i would get to go see them. we became friends over twitter.
he's up in the northwest corner of england. and i said, sure -- he said, come see the farm sometime. next thing i knew, i got cast in an acting job in manchester, which was just a train ride from his farm. so i ended up spending a bunch of time across 2019 and then we had plans -- i got involved in the cowherd, i was going to go back for lambing in april. >> jimmy: what is lambing? >> lambing, that's their main thing. they have this beautiful flock of herdwick sheep. that's their main business is they very carefully take their rams, which they call tups, and they keep a big chart. they say, okay, tup number 7, we want him to impregnate these 40 ewes. because they're very careful about the pedigrees and the breeding. >> jimmy: like "the bachelor." [ laughter ] >> very much like "the bachelor." [ applause ] i tell you what, some of those tups are not there for the right reason. [ laughter ]
but they keep very careful track of who the father and the mother of each of the sheep are. >> jimmy: how do they know for sure? >> well, they're tagged. but they have about 240 ewes right now, or mother sheep. and they kind of know them all. they're pretty amazing. >> jimmy: they do? >> yeah, they keep them sorted out depending on age and whatnot. and that way they can maintain their pedigree and demand a higher price for them. and they do this crazy thing. let's say they have eight rams that they want to get all the sheep pregnant. they'll take one of them and paint the chest of the ram with what's called raddle. let's say they paint it red. so then they can go out in the flock, and all the ewes that have red on their rear-ends -- [ laughter and applause ] they're like, oh, all right. >> jimmy: it was him! >> number 47, oh, she's got two of them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. this is very interesting.
>> and so lambing, they get them pregnant at the same time, then usually the first couple of weeks of april is when all the lambs arrive. so it's a very intense time all over the hills, these mother ewes are dropping their lambs. [ laughter ] most of them are rugged. they can do it on their own, just out in the wild. but they keep an eye on them, they just kind of patrol the flock, so that if anybody needs help or if there's any complications, then the farmer can jump in and lend a hand. so i want to go be a part of that, just to get the full experience. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. i mean, you're there at the beginning, you should be there at the end. [ laughter ] >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: you could be a doula for lambs. when we come back, nick offerman is with us. the book "where the deer and the antelope play." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ wers your heart. want to feel your heart beat faster? drive an electric car. made by a company whose evs have gone five billion miles...
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online talk, third place books in seattle, with patrick laurie, a scottish farmer. he raises these galloway cows. i'm besotted with old-fashioned local farmers when i'm trying to bring our attention back. they are doing it right in the old-fashioned way where they farm sustainably. if we can pay attention to the way they do it, then we can keep having cheeseburgers. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, right, the most important thing there is. >> and on that i'm announcing my run for office. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you should. i feel like we're going to lose you to the countryside one of these days. >> i hope so. >> jimmy: yeah. part of the book is an rv trip you and your wife, megan, took. you bought an airstream trailer? >> we did. >> jimmy: which is fun. was it fun? >> so fun. >> jimmy: did you have a plan going into the trip or play it by ear? >> we had a plan. megan mullally does not wing things. she is an amazing curator.
amazing at picking things. but we also then learned, once we set out on the road, there are certain things you can't learn online. like any resort or any specialized location, like disneyland, you don't learn how to cut in line, you have to go and figure out the tricks. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> there were some rules. >> jimmy: rv life, yes. >> to rv life, yeah. the first one we got to, you know -- we lazy modern americans, you don't pay attention to reading the rules they send you and stuff. >> jimmy: of course not. >> things like, make sure you get in before 10:00 p.m., because quiet hours start. >> jimmy: oh. >> of course, okay, mom. [ laughter ] then we got there. i forgot we lose an hour going into arizona. they said, well, no, it's after quiet hours, you have to go over to that parking lot in the freezing cold and, no, you can't plug into anything. didn't you read the thing we sent you? [ laughter ]
so the very first night we spent waiting outside the rv park, freezing our butts off. >> jimmy: yeah, you know, it's funny. the idea of having an rv is we go where we want. then you realize you're making the same plans you would if you were staying in a hotel. >> you would. but once you figure that out -- that was a huge lesson. then megan, she immediately called every single one and was like, okay, we don't want to have that happen again. >> jimmy: yeah. >> from then on, it went very smoothly. >> jimmy: also, i saw this trailer that came out last night of this miniseries that's going to be on hulu, "pam and tommy." >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are not pam. you're not tommy. you and seth rogen play -- who do you guys play? a couple of ne'er do wells who find the tape? >> seth plays a carpenter who comes up with this sex tape. and i'm his friend, uncle milty, a porn impresario. [ laughter ]
he comes to me to try to find a distributor for this property. >> jimmy: people are very taken by your look, really, people are very excited about this duo. [ cheers and applause ] including me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever worn your hair like that? >> i never have. i work too much as an actor, every time i think i'm going to get to grow my hair out and be a proper hippie, i get cast as some sort of douchebag, and i have to get a haircut. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "good news, honey, i got another douchebag role." >> seeing that, i feel that could be the new "lethal weapon." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you have to take it up with the director of that film. >> no, thank you. >> jimmy: nick offerman. his new book is called "where the deer and the antelope play." thanks for being here, nick. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with aunjanue ellis! for people living with h-i-v, keep being you.
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♪ bundle car and motorcycle insur[coughs] save ♪ [inhales] [exhales] ♪ [camera click] [inhales] halls breathe it in >> jimmy: still to come, music from alessia cara. our next guest is a two-time emmy nominated actress who plays mom to the legendary williams sisters alongside the fresh prince in "king richard." >> you're not the only dreamer in this family. wouldn't be no dream if it wasn't for me. i carried them inside me and on my back, and i carried you too. working two shifts so i could put food on your table. that open stance, you got that from me.
>> oh, you did that? oh, okay. >> and i fixed serena's serve because you messed that up. >> you did what? >> yes, i fixed that toss because you messed it up. i'm here, i been here, dreaming and believing, just like you. you just don't want to see me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "king richard" opens in theaters and on hbo max starting tomorrow. please welcome aunjanue ellis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look fantastic. i mean, that is a spectacular dress. [ cheers and applause ] it really is like a piece of art. >> thank you, i wanted to look nice. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you succeeded. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm all right.
>> jimmy: you are so great in this movie. how many peanut butter sandwiches did you make in that scene? [ laughter ] >> a lot, a lot. i saw that clip and i was thinking, that day, peanut butter, peanut butter, bread, bread, bread. >> jimmy: the way you operated the knife. it really seemed like a mad mom, you know? >> exactly. >> jimmy: it really did. how much did you know about serena and venus and their upbringing before you got involved in this? >> well, just like everybody. you know. seeing them. you know, i saw this great "60 minutes" episode years and years ago. >> jimmy: i remember that, yeah. >> remember that? yeah, and they interviewed them. i saw these two girls with beads in their hair, interviewed their father. i just remember thinking, you know, what's going to happen to these girls? you know? and then, years later, i see them at wimbledon. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> exactly. everything that mr. williams said would happen to those girls, happened. >> jimmy: it's really -- i mean, it seems fake. it seems like a story someone wrote.
>> yes. >> jimmy: when you see how he visualized this from the very beginning, he said before they were born, even. >> yes. >> jimmy: what i didn't know, though, is that their mother -- obviously i knew their mother was involved in their upbringing. i didn't know their mom was involved in their tennis playing. she actually was out there, especially with serena, spending a lot of time teaching her to play tennis. >> yes, exactly. i mean, when i was preparing for the role, i do what all actors do when they are preparing for the role. they go to wikipedia. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you really? >> and, you know, i got my -- to do my research. and they said she was a coach. and i had a total cynical response, you know, you're a doting mother in the stands clapping for your kid. but that does not make a coach. >> jimmy: right. >> and then i started working on the film, and i found out that she was as much their coach as mr. williams was their coach. he would be on one side of the court, and she would be on the other side of the court.
>> jimmy: you play tennis in the movie. it looks like you're pretty good. were you a tennis player before this? >> no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you learned for this? >> i have to say, this is the biggest job i've ever had in my life, you know. [ cheers and applause ] you know, working with this big movie star, you know. big studio movie. i got to say, you know, i thought that i would have, you know, like a body double, you know, someone come on and do all that stuff for me. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> because it's a big studio movie. >> jimmy: right, sure. [ laughter ] >> but no. >> jimmy: no? [ laughter ] you asked for that? >> no, i didn't. you know? but i was hoping. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> i was hoping. but that didn't happen. i had to do all that myself. >> jimmy: did you fall in love with the game in any way while you were training? it's okay if the answer is no. >> the answer is no. [ laughter and applause ] i'm not a tennis fan. but i am a venus and serena fan. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: i see, that makes sense. speaking of big movie star, will smith, who besides being a nice guy and a very talented guy seems like he would be a fun person to work with every day. >> yeah, he is. i mean, he comes on, he comes on set and he just makes everyone relax. you know? and you think, big movie star, big superstar, that he would be, you know, a little unapproachable. but he is the opposite. he's a big kid. and he made those girls feel like they were so welcome. and we -- a big ice cream truck came down the street one day. we're like, we want ice cream. next thing we know, will smith is chasing the ice cream truck and we get ice cream. the most generous person. one day he gave us iphones. [ laughter ] i'm serious. and i got this -- >> jimmy: he showed up with
iphones? >> yes, just gave out iphones one night. [ laughter ] really, it's like working with santa claus, a little bit. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, when he's here on our show, during the commercials he takes the microphone, he's rapping, goofing with the audience, and i'm sitting like a slug at my desk. [ laughter ] >> he can make you look bad. >> jimmy: he can make you look bad. i asked serena when she was here, there's a scene in the movie where richard, your husband in the film, breaks wind during a business meeting. >> yes. >> jimmy: and then -- in an obnoxious way. >> sure. >> jimmy: i asked if that happened, she pleaded the fifth, i can't say if it happened or not, which led me to believe it happened. do you know if it happened? [ laughter ] >> luckily, i'm not under that family agreement. >> jimmy: that's right, you are not. >> so i can say, yes. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it did happen? >> it did happen. and i loved it. i mean, i love it. it was his way of saying, the
meeting is over. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know the movie comes out tomorrow, already you're said to be an oscar contender. [ cheers and applause ] and i think you -- i mean, i will be shocked if you are not nominated for an oscar for this movie. you really seem like -- i think when serena was here i said to her during the commercial, was that really your mom? [ laughter ] no, but she said it was weird to see her mom on camera. and how important is it to get the details of someone none of us know right, as an actor? >> right. particularly with miss orisene, i felt she was someone everyone saw in the stands at wimbledon, at the u.s. hope, you know, with
those beautiful shades on. kind of a mystery figure that was there clapping for venus and serena. but no one really knows her story. you know? and i just love that all these filmmakers came together, our director, will, and they said, we want to tell the truth about this woman. and i just love the idea that -- it's the story of king richard, right? but it's also the story of this family and this woman who did everything for her family. so i'm really excited about that. you don't see those stories all the time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you did a fabulous job, really, with the movie. "king richard." see it in theaters or at home on hbo max starting tomorrow. aunjanue ellis, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with alessia cara! kenan! hey kenan! looking good. feeling good. i just found all these cars on autotrader. wow! now wait for the best part there microwave. a dealer is gonna deliver this car to our home. never leave home, never leave home! woo, it's here! there's one thing... i can't do from home.
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