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i'm ama daetz. up next, jimmy kimmel live. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- denzel washington, hunter schafer, and music from twenty one pilots. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hello. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining us on the day on which we remember a great american, dr. martin luther king jr. today was a federal holiday, in his honor. which means the kids were finally able to get a day home
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from school. it was great to have that again. there haven't been enough days off this year. for those of you who don't have young children, or maybe you did and forgot what it's like, because you do forget. here's what it's like. on saturday night, our son billy, as he usually does, ventured into our rooms well after midnight to recruit one of us to leave our bed and go sleep in his. he won't sleep with us, we have to sleep with him. so my wife goes to his room. 45 minutes later, she comes back very annoyed. i don't know what's going on but she's had enough. he won't go to sleep. so he now comes in again and corrals me to sleep with him. now, his bed is a bunkbed. he's in a twin bed on the bottom, our daughter is in the bunk on top. i get in with him in the bottom. i don't fit, but i just need him to be quiet so we can sleep. but he won't sleep. first, he needs water. i get him water. then he can't find a plastic star that glows in the dark. we find it. then he has to go to the bathroom. he goes to the bathroom.
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and he's whining and crying and our daughter is yelling. "be quiet! stop talking, i can't sleep!" it's terrible. so then an hour in, i finally get everyone to sleep. i am crunched up in a single bed with a four year old and i'm now out cold. until about 3:00 in the morning. i hear my daughter now say "dad? dad!" and i go, "what?" she says, "i can't find my sunglasses." at 3:00 a.m. she needs her sunglasses. so anyway, that's what it's like. it's a never-ending series of questions and demands. with occasional breaks for sun glass at 3:00 in the morning. and then on saturday morning, i woke up to a tsunami warning. which is one of my fears. you know at the end of a fireworks show when they shoot everything off at once? i feel like that's what the planet is doing right now. omicron! tsunami! snowstorm! it's all happening at once. and the only thing that's gonna survive is that "baby shark"
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song. you know the video where they just sing the words "baby shark" over and over? most-watched youtube video of all-time. it's the first video ever to get ten billion views. it's a good reminder that covid-19 is still only the second-worst thing to go viral. my kids are too old for that now, thank god. my kids are now onto this: "that's just my baby doggy." you know that one? ♪ that's just by baby doggy ♪ ♪ that's just by baby doggy ♪ my children play this over and over again. ♪ that's just by baby doggy ♪ i hate it, but i kind of like it. which i guess is the key with stuff like this. but i do hate it. your son doesn't listen to that? >> no, he doesn't. >> jimmy: he's going to.
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get the vaccine for it right now, because it's happening. the song itself seems to be based on this tiktok video. ♪ that's just my baby doggy, that's just my baby doggy ♪ >> jimmy: and then somebody made it into a song. i hope the baby shark eats the baby doggy. the artist formerly known as kanye has a new song. ye, which is what he goes by now, swi a cheer, not a name. but he released a snippet of his new single, during which he appears to make a threat against his ex kim's new boyfriend. ♪ this ain't your momma's house, climb on your brother's shoulder ♪ ♪ god sent me from that crash, just so i could beat pete davidson's ass ♪ >> jimmy: this reminds me of when tupac wrote a diss track about andy samberg.
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do you remember that? can you imagine. you're minding your own business and suddenly kanye attacks you? i mean, he has done that to me. but can you imagine? pete davidson though. ariana grande wrote a song about him, now kanye has a song. pete is one taylor swift breakup song away from the heartbreak trifecta. speaking of angry people in a spin, donald trump is back on the road. trump was in florence, arizona on saturday for his first rally in quite some time. he ranted for an hour and thirty-five minutes. maybe it's me, but the material doesn't feel fresh anymore. it was kind of like watching the "sex and the city" reboot. it needed more samantha or something. thousands of people showed up. because there's nothing to do in florence, arizona. there's a long list of items you're not allowed to bring to these rallies. here's the list: alcohol, explosives -- makes sense. but look at this, no appliances, ie toasters. who's bringing a toaster to a trump rally? "well, when i go to see trump, i
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like to have english muffins." i don't know. it was quite a crowd. before the show, a reporter from the right side broadcasting network chatted up some of the attendees, including a gentleman who has an interesting theory about california governor gavin newsom. >> well, newsome is a clown. he's a different level. but the real governor newsom has had his military tribunal in gitmo and he's been executed, okay? >> there you go. thank you for your time. >> jimmy: there you go. i'm not going to touch you. and then, fatty labelle took the stage to scream about being cheated out of the election. and to lash out at all the networks who refuse to go along with that. >> they continue to refuse to talk about it. they say, while it is unsubstantiated, and the big
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lie. the big lie. the big lie is a lot of bull [ bleep ]. that's what it is. >> jimmy: yes. that's exactly what it is. he went from bigly to "big lie." not only did trump play the hits, he rolled out some new stuff too. including a covid conspiracy theory that is outlandish, even by trump standards. >> the left is now rationing life saving therapeutics based on race. discriminating against and denigrating, just denigrating white people to determine who lives and who dies. if you're white, you don't get the vaccine or if you're white, you don't get therapeutics. it's unbelievable to think this. >> jimmy: it really is. it's super unbelievable. but go on. >> in fact, in new york state, if you're white, you have to go to the back of the line to get medical help.
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think of it. if you're white, you go to the back of the line. >> jimmy: right. i know that happened to me. where does he even get this stuff? this is a man who hasn't waited in a line since hot lunch in the fourth grade. white people are being sent to the back of the line. i guess martin luther king's dream has been realized. at last. but donald trump isn't the only politician spreading nonsense when it comes to covid. it's happening at the local level too. this is from a meeting of the wisconsin state legislature. i'd like you to meet representative treig pronschinske, whose name isn't even the most confusing thing about him. >> you asked, what are we going to do to stop the spread of the pandemic? and, you know, if you can't -- if you can't see the virus, you can't see anything, how are you going to do it? how can you stop it? how? you physically cannot see the virus. you don't know if it's in this room or outside or if it even
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exists right now in here. you have no clue. how are you going to stop that? >> jimmy: i don't know, maybe the same way god stopped the hair from growing on your head? let's have a look at that again. it's like he told his barber, "make me look like a bulgarian pornographer." meanwhile, president biden is planning to do his part to stop the spread by sending free n95 masks to everyone who wants one. doesn't every store everywhere already have free masks for anyone who wants one? and why so late? we've had covid for almost two years. when are these masks gonna show up? once covid is gone? it's a dilemma, but president biden isn't content to just sit back while we all wait. he has a plan to cover us in the meantime. >> hey, there, kemo sabi, it's me, your old pal, joe. don't you worry, we're going to be sending you some of those
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little nose napkins. we're shipping high quality masks to every american, the good ones with all the different layers, like a nacho supremo. so until then, we're introducing a new covid safety program, i'm calling hold your breath. it's simple, jack. while you're waiting for your mask, just breathe in deep and keep it in for as long as you can. those little covid buggers can't fly up your nostril it is you're doing that. so take a big breath and don't let it out until you see your mailman in a week, a month, a year. who freaking knows, man? >> jimmy: thank you, mr. president. it would seem you have everything under control. the world has become very unpredictable. and the best way to be ready for the future is to study the past, so with that said, it's time to look back at how far we've come during this pandemic. it's time for a new and possibly final edition of, "this week in covid history."
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>> this week in covid history, it's time to check in with everyone's favorite host of "apprentice." >> i just got my vaccine and i will recommend it to anyone and everyone. come with me if you want to live. >> let me think about that. news flash, america's military is on the march. joseph biden, featurie iing hollywood royalty, lady gaga, jennifer from the block, and the red-hot mommas. is it getting hot in here? no, says chilly communist bernie sanders. >> my tuckus is froze on the this chair. >> and former vice president's mike pence's good deeds were finally rewarded. >> and that's a rapture on mike.
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but some thing is amiss. >> the outgoing president did not attend the inauguration. >> trump is nowhere to be seen. >> where the is he? >> he may be gone, but he'll always be with us. >> i will be watching, i will be listening, and i will tell you that the future of this country has never been better. i wish the new administration great luck and great success. i think they'll have great success. >> you're fired. and while the future of the virus is uncertain, america can at long last breathe a sigh of relief with a new, steadfast leader. ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states. >> hello. >> this has been this week in covid history. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a very good show for you tonight. from "euphoria," hunter schafer is here. we have music from twenty one pilots.
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and we'll be right back with denzel washington.
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>> jimmy: tonight, from the show "euphoria" on hbo max, hunter schafer is with us. then later, their album is called "scaled and icy" and their tour starts august 18th in st. paul, minnesota. music from twenty one pilots on the mercedes-benz stage. we've got new shows this week with jason bateman, rachel brosnahan, eric andré, and rob lowe, and music from joy
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oladokun, damon albarn, and ghost. so please join us for all of that. our first guest is that rare performer whose greatness has been certified by the oscars, tonys, salt, pepa, and en vogue. you name it. you can see him now in theaters and on apple tv plus in "the tragedy of macbeth." and he directs michael b. jordan in "a journal for jordan" in theaters and on demand. please welcome [ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for coming. good to see you. >> good to be seen by you. >> jimmy: if you were not here, would you be watching the
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cardin cardinals/rams game? >> is it on? >> jimmy: i guess not. i was thinking about you yesterday because i know you're a cowboys fan. >> yes. >> jimmy: i was wondering the way that game ended, i was wondering what -- like what kind of a football viewer are you? is there profanity? do you sit quietly and suffer? how does it go? >> there was some profanity. i've been a cowboy fan sense i was about 6. >> jimmy: wow, a long time. >> i'm a real cowboy fan, and that was a mess yesterday. that was a mess. >> jimmy: yeah, that's tough, huh? yeah. would you rather win a oscar this year or a super bowl for the cowboys? a few years ago i asked your son, john david, he was here. i don't know if you saw this, but i asked him, because i know you played football and you coached him in football. >> right. >> jimmy: i asked him what kind of -- in case you didn't see that, let's find out what john
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david said. was your dad ever your coach as a kid? >> yeah, he was. >> jimmy: how did that go? >> you know, he's a great actor. he's a fantastic entertainer. sorry, dad. my dad was great, because he believed it. he gets into character, so he was getting into character with us and he was getting into those long-winded speeches. we are in little league, and we're like this. which just ready to go on the field. like, we get it. and scene. [ applause ] >> he didn't mention that they won the -- whatever the local championship was. they were --- >> jimmy: he didn't mention that. he was being humble. >> i wasn't actually coaching. i was there. >> jimmy: yeah. do you enjoy doing that, coaching the kids in or was it like nobody else wants to coach, you have to do it. >> i love it.
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i love -- because kids will go anywhere you send them. they'll follow you, and they'll believe. >> jimmy: i haven't had that experience. i coach my son's basketball team. no one listened to me at all, not even a little bit. i had to pay him in pokemon cards to get him just to not intentionally fall on the ground during the games. >> my daughter played basketball too, olivia. but she would play like her fingernails were wet. [ laughter ] she just ran around like that the whole time. she wouldn't wear basketball sneakers. she's like, i'm not wearing those. >> jimmy: so she was not destined for greatness on the court i guess. someone i know who knows you also told me that you love watching high-speed chases on television. is that true? you do, yeah.
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i love them too. >> you get hooked. >> do you find yourself rooting for the guy to get away? >> sometimes i want to go down there. like, if i just get in my car and go down there, i could end this. they should have used the pit maneuver right there. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, really. if denzel ashington suddenly showed up, i would think the guy would go, all right, i'm pulling over. we had one right here by our theater last week. do you have one in your head that's like your favorite? >> i think you and i should go out and look. >> jimmy: for one? [ applause ] my favorite part of those high-speed chases is listening to the local news casters try fill time and just saying things like, well, if i was in this situation. i'm like, you're not going to be in this situation.
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that's the best part, they don't know what to say. and, of course, the drama rarely do you see anything that might end in death, i guess, is really what i'm saying on television. you don't see that for a reason. >> i would like to get a set of those spike strips, though. just for my own recreation. >> jimmy: yeah, you come out of a restaurant, no problem at all. you have directed this film "a journal for jordan," which is based on a true story, and a really like sad, emotional, touching and all of those things. and sad story about a soldier. this is the first movie you have directed that you have not starred in, as well. is that because you figured one sexiest man alive was enough for the film, or would it be too much for you and michael b. jordan? >> i didn't want to have to fire
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myself. there was nothing in it for me. >> jimmy: is it harder to direct a movie that you're in? >> you know, warren beatty said to me years ago, i'm just name dropping. >> jimmy: when you name drop, it's not like name dropping. >> i didn't want to be in the first film i directed. he said no, no, be in it, because it's a way in that you're used to. as an actor, you're used to it, so be in it. so i was like okay, i'll imagine i'm playing all the parts and that's the way i got into it. >> jimmy: wow. people have often called you -- they would say you're the next sidney portier, and then michael b. jordan is someone they would say, you are the next denzel washington. and so now here you guys, which i don't know, seems a little weird. do you like when people say that? >> um, it beats a sharp stick in the eye. it's better than the next willie ohnson.
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you don't want to be the next willie johnson. i've been the last willie johnson. >> jimmy: sidney portier passed away last week. when is the first time you met him? do you remember? >> i was doing -- one time i remember, i was doing a play, a soldier's play, which went on to become a soldier's story, the movie, and won the pulitzer prize and all that stuff. so he came to see the play. he came backstage and took pictures with all of us, and everybody was thinning out and he came over to me and he says, you know, you're good, you're very good. i was like, what do you say to sidney portier. yes, sir, thank you. >> jimmy: did you know he was there watching the play? >> no, i didn't know. >> jimmy: are you glad you didn't know? >> i'm glad i didn't know. that's never good. >> jimmy: you don't feel like you can dig even better and be better if you know somebody that you really care about their opinion is in the audience? >> no.
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it takes you out of the play. >> jimmy: it makes sense, yeah. and you guys became friends over the years. >> yes, we did. and i would just go over to his house and hack out ang out and m and i have all types of tapes of him talking about stuff. audio tapes? >> video, as well. i said do you mind, and he said go ahead. i heard sidney portier curse. >> jimmy: you did? which of the many wonderful words? >> he would use them all. oh, my gosh. not mr. tibs. >> jimmy: we have a little surprise for you when we come back, and we'll see a clip from "the tragedy of macbeth." denzel washington, everybody. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by raising cane's chicken fingers. one love!
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>> jimmy: that is denzel washington. "in the tragedy of macbeth. "i have to be honest, i don't know anything about shakespeare. i'm like, i don't know what this is going to be. but i was totally -- i was taken by this film, and it made me realize how much of what we see now, whether it be like "game of thrones" or "the sopranos," it's all right there. >> it's easy to follow. forget the language. they done him wrong and he's going to get him back. >> jimmy: it's so simple. >> that's all you need to know. >> jimmy: he's not exactly in the clear on his own. >> well, yeah. >> jimmy: this will be your 10th oscar nomination. [ applause ] i like that that's news to you, because i would like -- i would
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have it written in chalk somewhere in my house. >> i actually do. that was the best performance you've ever seen. >> jimmy: by the way, speaking of great performances, here is a video from 2017. i don't know if you guys have seen this. it has recirculated. it was a big video then, and it came back again. you're in chicago, and you were looking for like a barbecue place. >> i was looking for where my cousins used to live. >> jimmy: take a look. >> jimmy kill el, -- yeah, he was acting up. what's your name, young snan >> what's your name? >> i'm denzel washington. >> we're going watch a movie. >> don't watch "training days"
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now. >> you think you can do this to me? >> i'm not going to let him go. >> jimmy: she has got a hold of you. >> she would not let me go either. >> jimmy: her name, i don't know if you remember, is juanita. and we tracked juanita down, and she's with us right now. >> i'm wearing the same shirt so you would remember me. >> me, too. >> and you look the same. >> jimmy: juanita, hi, it's jimmy. i just wanted to say, first, you were 87 years old in that clip. how old are you now if
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>> i am 91. >> jimmy: 91! you look incredible, incredible. >> 91. feel like 19. >> jimmy: acting like she's 19. juanita, what do you remember about that day when denzel can suddenly appeared? >> oh, i remember that he came in the house, but i couldn't -- at the time, i was still waiting. and i didn't leave in time, because i saw this big truck drive up. after he jumped out, he came out, my daughter said it was denzel. i didn't believe her. i don't know how he got up of the porch that quick. it was like an angel flew up. and i didn't want to let him go. >> jimmy: were your friends jealous when they found out you had a visit from denzel?
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>> they were happy. they're still calling me and asking me when have i heard from him, and i've never heard from him since. and i'm thankful i got him here today. >> you didn't give me your number. >> you sent your son back to give me a kiss. i thought i didn't have time to give it to him because you were in a hurry. i thought you were looking for a barbecue place. >> leon's barbecue. >> leon has a new place now. >> jimmy: they said that leon had heard about this story and decided to open a place. i don't know if that's true. >> jimmy: because of that, is that true? >> that's what they told me, but i didn't make it to the opening. >> jimmy: okay. all right. maybe leon will send you something. > oh, that would be great. >> jimmy: well, we just -- >> he was supposed to send denzel four gallons of barbecue sauce and a case of ribs.
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>> really? >> jimmy: it sounds to me like a lot of promises were broken. >> it was, it was. i still have my refrigerator. and i still have denzel. >> jimmy: as long as the refrigerator showed up. are you going to see denzel's new movie, he directed "a journal for jordan," and he's in "the tragedy of macbeth" as well. >> i'm just waiting. >> jimmy: don't wait, they're out. >> i enjoy his movies over and over and over. ialways watch his movies. >> jimmy: all right. it's great to see you. thanks for mentioning me in the video too. i appreciate it. >> yes. >> jimmy: yes. >> and denzel, keep faith, and keep making movies. >> jimmy: i'll keep making
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>> jimmy: music from twenty one pilots is on the way. after a lengthy hiatus, "euphoria" is back, along with our next guest who plays jules alongside zendaya. new episodes come out sundays on hbo max. please say hello to hunter schafer. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing? very good to meet you. >> nice to meet you, too. >> jimmy: congratulations on your show coming back. >> thank you. yeah, finally. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it was almost a reboot, it had been gone so long. >> yeah, it felt like that. >> jimmy: how long had it been since the last regular episode? i know you did some special episodes to tie people over. >> since the last regular
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episode, we were cut off march 2020, like three days before we were supposed to start filming. >> jimmy: wow. >> it was a rude awakening. >> jimmy: and i don't know, maybe this isn't funny, but i think it's kind of funny. zendaya is so unbelievably popular with teenagers and below sub-teenagers, that she had to post a warning on her instagram telling them not to watch the show. which, if i'm a kid and i see that, this is going to make me definitely watch the show. >> absolutely. i know i would have done the same thing. >> jimmy: there was a time in my life where i wouldn't watch a show unless it said intended for a mature audience only. like, here we go. we're into something good. by the way, your character on the shoeshgs you are really doing the drawings.pbecause i t good artist. this is stuff that you did yourself. >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: is this somebody you know? >> yeah. umm, i think i drew that -- i used to be a full-time runway model during -- >> jimmy: same here. >> i used to sit in casting and draw, and there were a lot of old industry people and this was probably one of the casting directors. >> smoking ladies. i still love fashion. >> jimmy: this is -- is that you? >> yeah, a little self-portrait of me from when i was -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: you're very good. have you thought about -- >> probably feeling violent at the time. >> jimmy: have you thought about doing this professionally? because i think you could. >> i think that was the goal previously. and then "euphoria" happened. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you brought some of your childhood drawings? >> i heard you -- >> jimmy: i used to draw comics. but they were dumb.
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>> can you see that? it's like a rag doll. that's from when i was like in fifth grade, i think. >> jimmy: very good. dy you design your own characters and your own comic? >> that was the best, yeah. i mean, you know if you grew up doing the same thing. >> jimmy: i had a character called musselman, who was king of superheroes, and he had a crown on his head and he could fry and wore yellow, which superheroes don't usually wear. who was your main character? >> umm, i mean, i think at the time -- oh, i remember coming up with art boy, and i was, like, living as a boy at the time. >> jimmy: art boy? i like that. >> he has like a giant pencil that you couldn't draw with. in retrospect, i look book at that. it's enormous, and he could draw like things into existence, whatever he needed in order
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to -- >> jimmy: that's a great power. so if art boy was hungry, he could just draw a pizza, and there would be a pizza. >> yeah, he would never be hungry, or have any issues with his needs. >> jimmy: are you like into spiderman? did you drive zendaya crazy with what is going on with spiderman? >> yes, i loved spiderman, i grew up on comic books. that used to be my dream job, is like cartoon or comic book illustrator. but no, when they were filming the most recent spiderman, i went and viz sited her place in atlanta and got to see her set and stuff. >> jimmy: they let you see stuff? >> yeah, yeah. it was insane. like, as much as cgi as used to make all that stuff, it was --
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>> jimmy: it was real? >> there was a lot of real stuff. >> jimmy: did they make you sign something or make a swear or promise that you wouldn't reveal anything? >> surprisingly, no. >> jimmy: no? >> not that i remember. >> jimmy: wow! >> now that you bring it up, that's kind of strange. >> jimmy: that's a great deal of trust. because it was very secretive, like some of the secret spidermen didn't tell their significant others that they were doing this. >> jimmy: it's like one of the best kept secrets ever, probably. >> jimmy: thanks to you. >> yeah, i guess so. >> jimmy: last week on the premiere episode of "euphoria," it was set on new years eve, which also was your birthday. which is an interesting day to have a birthday. we've heard a lot about people having a birthday on christmas. what is it like to have a birthday on new years eve, is it good? >> you can probably guess the difference between christmas and new years eve. like i think everyone has
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perhaps been home or somewhere that's driving them a little bit crazy with cabin fever, but by the time they reach new years, they're ready to -- >> jimmy: to go. do you ever have a birthday party, but there's a party going on and -- >> that's the good thing, you never have to plan a party, because there's already 15 things happening no matter where you are. but yeah, it's pretty great, because i'm never -- i will never be bothered with trying to plan a birthday party. >> jimmy: what time were you born? >> i think it was like some awful time like 2:00 or 3:00 a.m. in regards to like my mom's experience. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. congratulations on the show. "euphoria" is back sunday nights on hbo max. hunter schaefer, everybody. we'll be right back with music from twenty one pilots.
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live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank denzel washington and hunter schafer. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. tomorrow night, rob lowe and francia raisa with music from joy oladokun. "nightline" is next, but first, their album is called "scaled and icy." here with the song "the outside," twenty one pilots! ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm already bored i'm pretty sure i've seen this one before ♪ ♪ i've got a long drive i'll tape my eyes so i don't fall asleep again
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singing out ♪ ♪ up and down they're nodding heads are moving up and down you got it ♪ ♪ everybody stand in line up and down be take a hit join the club ♪ ♪ kids will try to take my vibes or am i on the outside am i on the outside ♪ ♪ i've got a long drive i'll tape my eyes so i don't fall asleep again ooh-oh ♪ ♪ singing out up and down they're nodding ♪ ♪ heads are moving up and down you got it ♪ ♪ everybody stand in line up and down you got it ♪ ♪ one by one take a hit join the club ♪
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♪ kids will try to take my vibes up and down you got it ♪ ♪ or am i on the outside am i on the outside am i on the outside ♪ ♪ i am a megalodon ocean's feelin' like a pond like a pond ♪ ♪ swimmin' like a beast underneath they be clingin' on clingin' on ♪ ♪ meteoric rise in prehistoric times now that meteor is comin' comin' ♪ ♪ i am megatron cogs i'm steppin' on steppin' on ♪ ♪ then the little cogs get together start a renaissance a renaissance ♪ ♪ switch it up on me for fuel efficiency on fumes i am runnin' runnin' runnin' ♪ ♪ up and down they're nodding heads are moving up and down you got it ♪ ♪ everybody up and down they're nodding heads are moving up and down you got it ♪ ♪ everybody stand in line up and down you got it ♪ ♪ one by one take a hit
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join the club ♪ ♪ kids will try to take my vibes up and down you got it ♪ ♪ or am i on the outside ♪ ♪ in the summer heat i the summer heat i'm in the stree i'm in the street ♪ ♪ i'm on the outside in the summer heat in the summer heat ♪ ♪ you can pay the cover charge ♪ ♪ i'm in the street i'm in the street little did they know that they can't touch me ♪ ♪ i'm vibing vibing ♪ ♪ i'm on the outside in the summer heat in the summer heat ♪ ♪ you can pay the cover charge i'm in the street i'm in the street ♪ ♪ little did they know that they can't touch me touch me ♪ ♪ i'm vibing vibing yeah yeah yeah yeah ♪
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, dramatic escape. how the hostages made it out safely from that texas synagogue. >> the first two hostages came out, then the yelling starts, then the next hostage comes out. then you see the gunman. >> the eyewitnesss watching it in disbelief. >> it sounded like an explosion. we didn't know if it was a bomb that went off. what is we know about the elite fbi team rushed to the scene. >> really a sophisticated, almost like a s.e.a.l. team. plus, novak djokovic. back home after being deported from australia, without playing a point. the controversial tennis star's attempt to defend his title, causing an international


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