Jimmy Kimmel’s bread-and-butter segment, Lie Witness News, is at its best during presidential campaigns, when there are lots of “serious” “issues” to discuss and no shortage of people who are uninformed about them. Kimmel sent his crew out to Hollywood Boulevard again this week and discovered that Donald Trump’s new pseudo-populist tax plan has a lot of support amongst Hillary-leaning, anti-Trump voters.
On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the eponymous Jimmy Kimmel tore apart that lion-killing, rich dentist motherfucker everyone tweeted about yesterday. While urging viewers to visit the Wild Conservation Research Union’s website, Kimmel got all choked up. Touching, I guess, but—Kimmel, my man, did you even know that lion?
To mark Barack Obama's visit to his show last week, Jimmy Kimmel sent a Lie Witness crew out to Hollywood Boulevard again to see what unbelievable bullshit about the president people would, in fact, believe if faced with a camera and microphone.
It was a clear black night, a clear white moon, Warren G was on Jimmy Kimmel Live performing his 1994 hit "Regulate" with lite and funky sax god Kenny G, finally manifesting a toss-off joke you made 20 years ago into your living reality. Kind of a weird thing to use The Secret for, but you do you, friend.
Jimmy Kimmel, the Johnny Carson of Late Night Television Pranks, put another one over on the unsuspecting airheads of Los Angeles, mixing sugar with water and pretending it was cold pressed juice. You're not going to believe this, but when people find themselves on camera they'll go along with just about anything.
It is a truth universally acknowledge that YouTube comments are fucking terrible, a bilious display of the worst humanity has to offer, a Play-Doh factory where the Play-Doh has been swapped out for actual dogshit. Here, the Decemberists attempt to process that dogshit into something fit for human consumption through the power of music and naive Portlandian idealism.
How much of Benedict Cumberbatch's tremendous recent success is due to acting talent, and how much of it is because of his posh-as-hell, dignified-to-death, swanky-ass, British-ass name? Would you still love him if he were named, say, "Chad"? Or "Queen Latifah"?
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who just premiered the first episode of the second season of their show Broad City, were on Jimmy Kimmel Live in memorable garb last night to discuss the show, which turned into a conversation about who is billed where, explaining the show to their families, and highdeas that become real TV.
A microphone is a magic wand that turns people's brains off and their mouths on. Jimmy Kimmel sent someone onto the street to wave it at suckers and steal their internet passwords in a neat bit of social engineering.
Jimmy Kimmel's journey to adulthood is always fun to watch, now that we're rooting for him. In this cute clip from last night's show, a savvy little girl instructs him in the care and feeding of this third iteration of the next generation of Kimmels.