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Video: The Avengers cast plays Family Feud on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Give Jimmy Kimmel, his writers and producers some credit. As a Disney property, the ABC late-night show already had an in with getting the cast of the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron as guests. But Jimmy Kimmel Live did something much more fun and memorable than simply have the six superhero actors on the couch, answering questions, cracking jokes and telling stories. Nope. Kimmel...
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The Cast of ‘Avengers’ Plays Hilariously Dysfunctional Game of ‘Family Feud’

As part of their promotional tour for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ the cast of the upcoming film recently stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to play a game of Family Feud. The team of unlikely superheroes were split up into ‘The Americas’ and ‘The Mans’ to answer survey questions and – much like the ‘Avengers’ franchise Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel Plays Ultimate April Fool’s Joke

Jimmy Kimmel is king of the YouTube pranks and his April Fool’s joke adds to his already polished reputation. Kimmel asked viewers to say “April Fool’s” while their loved ones drink a perfectly normal cup of coffee. The responses are amazing. We love to freak out. Check it out below. WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel Pranks Strangers About NCAA Teams "What'd you think when you saw...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Rihanna Sneaks into Jimmy Kimmel’s House for April Fool’s Prank

Rihanna was slated to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday but decided to pay Kimmel a visit earlier than expected to pull off an April Fool’s Day joke. With the help of his wife, Molly McNearney, she and a few friends snuck into his bedroom during the middle of night in order to wake Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

Jimmy Kimmel made it popular for celebrities and athletes to read negative tweets about themselves, so MLB.com decided to do the same. Cleveland Indians players read off tweets about themselves, and most of them were not very nice. On the other hand, the reactions were priceless. This might not have been up to the level of the Justin Bieber Roast, but it was still mighty awesome...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch the hysterical video of the Indians reading mean tweets

The Cleveland Indians ripped this bit off from Jimmy Kimmel, but who cares? The execution was really great and delivered the kind of hysterical results you’d expect. My favorite is also the featured image here where Tony Mazur gets bro-slapped by Nick Swisher. I also appreciated the Jim Rosenhaus bit. And just getting a jump on version two of the video, for those who don’t know...
Via Waiting For Next Year
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Kimmel Pranks NCAA Tournament “Experts”

Jimmy Kimmel has a segment on his show designed to catch people on the street lying about current events. This edition was on March Madness.
Via Gamedayr
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Reggie Miller shares great Jordan trash talking story

Reggie Miller was a guest on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Thursday night and shared a fantastic story about the time he tried talking trash to Michael Jordan. Miller, who was a five-time All-Star, entered the league in 1987 and says his first brush with Jordan came during a preseason game. Apparently Miller was playing pretty well...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

The College Football Edition Of Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” Segment Was Amazing

Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” segments usually only involve celebrities or professional-level athletes and coaches. Monday, however, in anticipation of the College Football Playoff National Championship, ABC/ESPN put out a college football-specific version of the clip. It includes a number of digs at the network’s staff, and a few insults on some current/former coaches. It...
Via College Spun
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Jimmy Kimmel Had A CFB Playoff Scavenger Hunt Between Ohio State, Oregon Students

Jimmy Kimmel’s scavenger hunts are usually pretty funny, so it comes as no surprise that his latest installment, held in honor of the upcoming College Football Playoff National Championship game between the Oregon Ducks and the Ohio State Buckeyes, delivered. Oregon student Allyson Schwab took on Ohio State student Tate Moore in a best-of-three format, which was eventually decided...
Via College Spun
January 10, 2015  |  Discuss
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