Jimmy Kimmel Live! Highlights
Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!:
Fidel Castro is weighing in now on our choice for President of the United States. Castro says he thinks a robot would do a better job than President Obama. He went on to say that if faced with the choice of Obama, any of the Republican candidates or a robot, 90% of Americans would vote for the robot. Sounds like somebody’s finally getting repeats of Small Wonder down there in Havana. With all due respect Mr. Castro we tried the robot thing here in California and it didn’t work out great. Some people got pregnant.
Ron Paul finished second in New Hampshire. He had 23% of the vote. Paul’s campaign says if he can sustain those types of numbers in the next few primaries, and if he message continues to resonate with independent voters, and if Mitt Romney gets hit with a dump truck, he could still win this thing.
Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol has decided to go home. Bristol Palin told In-Touch magazine that she’s given up on Hollywood and is moving back to Alaska. Strange, it’s not like a Palin to quit something part of the way through.
Woody Harrelson was the first couch guest. He is in the upcoming film Rampart. The interview was terrific, and not just because his name is “Woody.” I don’t know if Mr. Harrelson knows exactly what he’s doing when he opens his mouth and words come out, or if his mind is completely half-baked, but either way he is absolutely hilarious. The interview is totally worth watching:
Yvonne Strahovski was the second couch guest. She stars on the show Chuck. The interview was a lot of fun. Yvonne was outgoing, funny, smart and told some entertaining stories. Here’s the second part of the interview where she discusses wearing body paint for a photo shoot:
Rodney Atkins was the musical guest. He was fine.
Great show. I give it: