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Jimmy Kimmel Live
Couldn’t get enough of Mike Tyson singing on Jimmy Kimmel Live? Have we got bittersweet news for you! Here’s one titled “Fear The Beard,” but it should actually be titled “He’s Not Dead.” It refers to James Harden, but sub-textually speaking its about this joke, where Mike Tyson sings about NBA players. It’s not dead yet, folks. Check it out after the jump.
Of course it would be Gary Oldman — a man underappreciated for his fine character work — telling NBA players to cut it out. Much as he, Gary Oldman, sucks at basketball, you, NBA players, suck at acting. Let him explain.
You know Kevin Love as the guy filling stat sheets for the Timberwolves, and maybe that was destiny, since his father Stan also played in the NBA. But that’s now his only well-known relative – one whose career path he was not destined to follow. He explains why after the jump.
With Tyson Chandler signing a mega deal with the Knicks this past off sesaon, he saw plenty of time opposite the Celtics All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo. Well, the two were locked in competition again last night, as they competed on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the Skype Scavenger Hunt. In this competition, Jimmy Kimmel pits two celebrities up against each other, and asks them to bring back specific items from their expansive homes. Stars: they’re just like us!
Is highbrow comedy your thing? Well, go read Mark Twain or something, buddy, and leave us with Guillermo, the Jimmy Kimmel Live personality who just can’t wrap his tongue around the confusing last names of some of these NBA finalists. Throw some awkward questions about facial hair and you’ve got yourself some comedy gold.
Mike Tyson is back to fulfill all your musical, basketball needs.
Jimmy Kimmel is a fan of unimaginably cruel stunts — he once famously asked parents to tell their kids that all of their Halloween candy had been eaten. But this latest concerted effort to get members of the same family to tear each other apart, in which he asks someone to pull the plug or turn off the TV before the deciding play of the Super Bowl, is really pushing the limits of what the average person can put up with. The last play, by the way: Tom Brady’s hail mary pass that ended up landing incomplete. Can you imagine being a Patriots fan — at a party no less — and your friend’s significant other shuts off the TV as that pass is in the air? That is grounds for a divorce on the spot. Video after the jump.
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In recent weeks, WWE superstar CM Punk has captivated the wrestling world (and angered little kids) by defeating cookie cutter champion John Cena. On Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show, one young fan voiced his displeasure.
Ron Artest is no stranger to the Jimmy Kimmel Live set, but he looks like he’d rather be a stranger to most of these animals.