Before they gave the precious gift of life to their ungrateful children, our moms were regular people with lives of their own. They had careers, ambitions, talents, dope, naked mud wrestling matches, and tons of casual sex with workers of all stripes. Especially plumbers, for some reason.
Was anyone truly surprised that racist L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling would make bigoted remarks on tape? Jimmy Kimmel went down to L.A.'s Legends Barbershop to get a haircut and find out.
People's Most Beautiful Person of 2014 is Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, unfortunately for news anchors around the U.S., who have no idea how to pronounce her last name. Jimmy Kimmel didn't even need to trick anyone to get this montage of stuttering local newsreaders.
Jimmy Kimmel pulled a Jimmy Kimmel on hipster South by Southwest Music Festival attendees, sending a reporter out to ask them what they thought about some really obscure bands you probably haven't heard of. Because they don't exist.
Rob Ford is scheduled to appear on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live—not that Ford would know when “tonight” is, exactly. In a gag skit mocking Ford’s habit of not being aware of reality, the embattled Toronto mayor appeared a day early on Kimmel’s show, bursting through a pair of double doors, Kool-Aid Man-style, after Kimmel teased Ford’s Monday segment.
Jimmy Kimmel exhumed the corpses of the YouTube memes of yesteryear and extracted the last sliver of comedy from their bones by reimagining them as big-budget movie trailers.
Late night host and reason-we-can't-have-nice-things Jimmy Kimmel has made a schtick out of destroying your ability to trust a viral video ever again, but the tears he cried for a 7-year-old boy with cancer were no hoax.
While practically the entire country was doing its damnedest not to freeze to death, beach-goers in Los Angeles were walking around shirtless.
Who doesn't love making kids scream (and maybe cry a little) on Halloween? In Jimmy Kimmel's third annual exercise in being mean to small humans, children everywhere were told all their trick-or-treating loot had been consumed by their parents—who taped the reactions and uploaded them to YouTube. The responses range from a heartfelt "I hate you!" to, well, more of the same. Admit it. You'd react the same way.