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  • Like me, our first guest has his own talk show,

  • and he's doing it from home please.

  • Welcome my friend, Jimmy Kimmel.

  • Hi, Ellen.

  • How are you doing?

  • Are you feeling anxious at all?

  • Because you don't look anxious when I see

  • you relaxed in your home.

  • I kind of-- you know me, I don't really go out that often.

  • I don't go to parties.

  • I enjoy being home.

  • I love the solitude.

  • I mean, I miss, obviously, normal life.

  • I miss going to a restaurant and doing things.

  • But how are you?

  • The kids are bouncing off the walls, but otherwise, yeah,

  • there definitely is a silver lining.

  • There definitely is something good about being in the house

  • and looking at all the things that I

  • think I'm going to get done.

  • And then of course, I never get any of them done.

  • But there is something positive about it.

  • And my wife and I haven't had a single fight

  • the whole time in quarantine, which I think is good.

  • And I think we're both on our extra best behavior.

  • I know I am, at least.

  • Yeah.

  • Because you know how couples have fights and then

  • they'll storm out or give each other the silent treatment

  • for days on end?

  • I feel like you can't really do that unless you've got some

  • kind of giant house, you cannot do something like that anymore.

  • Yeah.

  • Like, Eddie Murphy could go into his bowling alley or something,

  • right?

  • Right.

  • Right.

  • Eddie could bowl or play video games.

  • I've noticed that you are making videos of-- really,

  • not necessarily making videos, but sneaking up

  • on Portia while she's cooking

  • Yeah.

  • And how has that been?

  • Have you noticed-- has she gotten good at it over the last

  • few weeks--

  • cooking seeminly every night?

  • No.

  • No.

  • No.

  • No.

  • No, that's not true.

  • Although she is going out.

  • We're trying to support the restaurants here, too,

  • because there is still restaurant-- look,

  • we just went through the fires and mudslides up here.

  • And all of the restaurants were out of business,

  • all the waitstaff was laid off.

  • Everybody was just getting back to normal.

  • And so we're trying to support all the restaurants-- that's

  • what I'm telling her.

  • But look, she's learned how to cook,

  • which is more than I can say I've done.

  • I don't cook.

  • And she's gotten pretty good at it.

  • But we do want to support the restaurants here, too.

  • So it's been a little bit of both.

  • She's been cooking.

  • She's not good at--

  • here's the thing that she's good at.

  • She's good at slicing her fingers.

  • She's good at-- one time, someone

  • told her to use a mandoline instead of a cheese grater,

  • so she used a mandoline, but she didn't

  • know there was a plastic thing that you're supposed

  • to hold the thing with.

  • So then she sliced her finger with a mandoline.

  • So because you're a cook-- you're actually a really good

  • cook, so I mean, y'all are set.

  • Yeah, we're OK in the cooking department.

  • Is it true that on that same day-- because I'm not

  • sure on social media how it lined up--

  • but that same day that Portia sliced her finger,

  • she was also shocked by the electric fence?

  • Yes, yes.

  • In one day, she was electrocuted trying

  • to pet a horse because she's leaning

  • over a fence and [INAUDIBLE] horse.

  • This has been a hellish nightmare.

  • Yeah, it's safer when she doesn't cook

  • and she just stays inside.

  • What is your go-to?

  • Is there a regular meal that you've

  • been cooking or have you kind of veered off and tried

  • new things?

  • I've tried a couple of new things.

  • But the thing I cook more than anything

  • is something we call pastatina.

  • That's what it's called in the house.

  • And basically, it's cannellini beans, garlic, olive oil,

  • and a little bit of flavoring.

  • And I make a pasta for the kids with Parmesan cheese.

  • And they demand this every day.

  • Every single meal, I say, what do you guys want?

  • And every meal, they say, pastatina.

  • They would eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

  • every single day.

  • So that is our main item of sustenance here at the show--

  • I mean here at home, rather.

  • The show!

  • At your show, yes.

  • Would you do me a favor and send that recipe to me

  • so I can have Portia try that?

  • And then we'll post that and see how she does?

  • Absolutely.

  • I'll make her a little video showing her how I do it,

  • and then she can see my strategies, my technique.

  • OK, we're back with Jimmy Kimmel.

  • Now listen, I know that you love to go to Costco--

  • Ellen--

  • What?

  • Andy is peeing in your yard right now.

  • Andy is urinating in your yard right now.

  • That's OK.

  • That's all right.

  • That's what he's supposed to do.

  • [INAUDIBLE]

  • It's totally fine.

  • Social distancing.

  • It's going to rain soon.

  • It'll water it all down.

  • So last night or whenever this airs--

  • I don't know when that happened--

  • but playing Who Wants to be a Millionaire with your kids--

  • and I thought that was so clever the way you did it.

  • And Jane and Billy are so adorable, I can't take it.

  • Billy was a reluctant participant,

  • but I do this at meals often, and they love it.

  • I just make up questions and then

  • they have multiple choice questions.

  • And they have to answer them.

  • And they love it.

  • They go crazy.

  • And that's when I knew that Who Wants

  • to be a Millionaire-- that there's really something there.

  • Because if you can get a five-year-old and a

  • two-year-old interested in it, then you've

  • got a game on your hands.

  • I love it.

  • I mean, I love that show, and how did this come about?

  • When did you decide that you were

  • going to take on this new job?

  • Apparently, it was decided for me and I didn't know it.

  • I didn't know ABC was planning to bring the show back.

  • And the guy who produces the show

  • is a guy named Michael Davies, who really gave me

  • my start in television.

  • And so I worked with him on a game show

  • called Win Ben Stein's Money, which

  • was the first thing I ever did.

  • And so he called and asked me if I would do this,

  • and I was like, yeah, I'd love to.

  • And it seemed as though they had already

  • made plans for me to do it.

  • And I loved doing it, honestly.

  • It is a lot of fun to do.

  • I know you're telling me that Game of Games is a lot of fun

  • for you to do, and that's why you do it.

  • But it is fun.

  • And it's great to be in the position of asking

  • the questions, because it makes you

  • feel like it gives the idea that you are smart, when really, I'm

  • not that intelligent.

  • I disagree with that.

  • I think you're very smart.

  • But yes, it does put you in that situation

  • of being the person that knows the answer.

  • So you had celebrities.

  • Which celebrity did the best?

  • Let's see-- who did the best?

  • I don't want to reveal who did the best, because it will

  • reveal too much, but I will tell you

  • that the thing that surprised me the most was Anderson Cooper

  • was on the show.

  • And obviously, he's a very bright guy

  • and he knows what's going on in the news.

  • And you're going to find this shocking--

  • I'm glad you're sitting, because I'm

  • going to tell you that Anderson Cooper did not

  • know that the Bachelor, Peter, is a pilot.

  • He had no idea.

  • He has no idea about, really, anything

  • when it comes to pop culture.

  • It doesn't shock me.

  • But you know what, I think that-- no, I would've

  • thought he knew at least that.

  • I would have thought he knew about The Bachelor and Peter

  • being a pilot.

  • But Andy?

  • Yes, ma'am?

  • Where are you?

  • I'm resting.

  • Are you sitting down?

  • I was actually laying down.

  • I think that we--

  • OK.

  • Sorry.

  • That's OK.

  • I just you got hurt or something.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • We'll be back after this.

  • So Costco-- you love Costco, right?

  • I do.

  • I love it.

  • It's my favorite thing to do.

  • I go to Costco about once every 2 and 1/2 weeks, I'd say.

  • What did you not plan for this quarantine,

  • and what are you running out of?

  • Can I tell you something?

  • I'm very pleased with myself right now,

  • because I am, if nothing else, prepared

  • for a situation like this.

  • I buy too much stuff all the time.

  • I've got cans of food--

  • I could build a fort out of the number of cans that I have.

  • I've got pasta.

  • I've got tomatoes.

  • People make fun of me for stockpiling,

  • but nobody's making fun of me now.

  • And if there's trouble, this is the place to be.

  • Right.

  • Except that nobody can be with you.

  • Except-- that's even better, you know?

  • Yes.

  • So when it was announced that there was no prom this year,

  • which is really a shame for a lot of people--

  • they look forward to that, that's a big deal

  • for everyone--

  • you did not go to yours, right?

  • I did not go to prom, I did not go to homecoming,

  • I was not asked to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance.

  • If there was a dance in high school,

  • I was at home watching The Fall Guy on TV.

  • So you don't feel bad for people that didn't go to prom,

  • but you think it's character building?

  • Because you turned out OK.

  • Well, here's the silver lining.

  • They at least have a reason why they--

  • like, my reason for not going to prom

  • was my physical appearance.

  • Their reason is