Hey, Danielle! Hi. Come on, man. Why you do that? Why did I do that? Why did you freeze up like that? You just gonna hit her with
your creepy window game, or you a talker? Not the creepy window game. Nah. I seen better cards
than this, man. I mean, no survivors, except
for the dude that was pulling himself out of the
wreckage, with nubs where his hands used to be. He was still on fire. “Beats” premieres
on Netflix June 19th. Please welcome Anthony Anderson. [APPLAUSE] Welcome. Thank you for coming. Good to– I heard you
just, uh, got in, huh? Ah, just flew in. Yeah, man. I was in Bentonville,
Arkansas, Walmart– as we like to call in the
hood, securing the bag. Oh. I see.
Yeah. [LAUGHING] It’s, uh– Gotcha. It’s crazy, man. I got off the airplane,
walking out to the car. Older gentleman, may maybe in
his late 50s walked past me, smiled, and the first
words out of his mouth, “You’re gaining
your weight back.” [LAUGHING] What? And I was like, damn, [BLEEP]. You could at least
say good morning to me before you call me a fat-ass. What goes through
people’s heads that they think that’s a nice
thing to say to a stranger? I don’t know. He gave me a complex.
So– JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah.
You’ve been thinking about it. I’ve been thinking about it
for the last 12 hours, yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: Boy.
– Crazy. Well, by the way, I
just want to mention how– what a great job you did
playing Henry Jefferson on “All in the Family.” Thank you.
Thank you. [APPLAUSE] That Norman Lear
special that we did. Yeah. That was a lot of fun. Were you nervous at
all, doing that live? Uh, not as nervous
as Jamie Foxx was. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah, yeah,
Jamie Foxx was very– very sweaty, very nervous.
– Yeah. No– no, no, I wasn’t. I was excited about it all. Yeah, you didn’t
seem that nervous. No, no. Kudos to you for, you know,
putting that all together, man. You know. So give Jimmy a round
of applause for that. [APPLAUSE] JIMMY KIMMEL: Well,
I get enough of that. [LAUGHING]
– Yeah. No, it was great time. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah,
that was a lot of fun. Now as I recall, I
remember you were hanging out a little bit with Wanda–
– Yeah. –Sykes. You were hanging
out with Jamie– Yep. –and Woody Harrelson. Yep. And you guys were– whose
car was that, that Lamborghini that was in the parking lot? You know– you
know what’s crazy. Jamie came to work one day
in this classic Rolls Royce. And I was like, yo, I’m
doing well right now, Jamie. Yo, what kind of car is that?
JIMMY KIMMEL: Hmm hmm. You know? And he was like, ah, I’ve
have my car guy come. You talk to my car guy.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. Uh oh.
– And I was like, all right. He said, no, Ant. He’ll give you– give
you a great deal. I was like, OK. So the next day he had
his car guy come by, and his car guy showed
up in a canary yellow $3 and 1/2 million Lamborghini. I have a photograph
of that Lamborghini. There it is. ANTHONY ANDERSON:
That right there. That he was– JIMMY KIMMEL: So
that’s the car guy? ANTHONY ANDERSON: That’s
the car guy, right there. JIMMY KIMMEL: He
seems trustworthy. ANTHONY ANDERSON: Yeah,
no, he– but he– he– yeah.
[LAUGHING] I don’t know. I don’t– I didn’t
get his permission to show this on the air.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. ANTHONY ANDERSON:
So I don’t know– I don’t know if he has open
cases or warrants right now. But he brought that
car, man, and allowed Woody and I to test drive it. Oh, he let Woody drive it? Uh, yeah, man, and Woody
wasn’t in his right mind, if you know what I mean. [LAUGHING] I would not let
Woody drive this car. What was it like
driving this car? Yeah, first off,
I could barely fit. JIMMY KIMMEL: Uh huh.
– Um. But it was great, man. You know, Woody drove
it around the lot. JIMMY KIMMEL: Uh huh. And so when he brought it back
to me and allowed me to drive, I said, yo, can I– can
I take it on the street? Uh huh.
Yeah. ANTHONY ANDERSON: And
he was like, yeah. So, you know,
security has the arm. And I was like,
don’t worry about it. We’ll drive under the arm.
So we just drove under the arm. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, wow. And I did about,
uh, 90 miles an hour, and got a little
scared, just because it was a straightaway on Pico and
Motor in– in– in the city. And we– we brought
it back, man. What does a car
like this cost? Did you ask?
– No, I said. $3.5 million.
– Oh. It’s $3.5 million?
– Yeah. Yeah. It’s– it’s all carbon fiber.
Uh– JIMMY KIMMEL: Man, I don’t
care what it’s made out of. No, I’m just telling
you what the dude told me. OK. Carbon fiber, and I think
they only made 400 in the world. JIMMY KIMMEL: Uh huh.
Yeah. And he sold those. I can’t even imagine how nervous
I would be driving a car– Yeah. –that was worth
$3 and 1/2 million. Well did you– are you
interested in one of these? Jimmy, I just told you. I couldn’t get in
or out of the car. No!
[LAUGHING] JIMMY KIMMEL: OK.
– No! We’ll get you
into something else. I’ll buy a Yugo, not a Lambo. I’ll buy a Yugo. JIMMY KIMMEL: As long as
it has an “O” at the end, you’ll be all right. Speaking of cars, your
TV daughter was here. Marsai was here. And she said that
when she was younger, you promised her that when
she was of driving age you would buy her a car. And– Jimmy, I’m not afraid to
say that I lied to that girl. [LAUGHING] I lied. I lied. Because she’s already
got some cars picked out. Yeah, yeah, she does. But– but I will
honor that lie to her. JIMMY KIMMEL: You
will honor the lie. Because she’s been in
press talking about it. So, yeah, I– I–
I– JIMMY KIMMEL: So you
have to get her a car. I will.
I will. When she turns 16, she’ll have
a little surprise from me. JIMMY KIMMEL: OK.
What about the other kids? Aren’t there, like, five
other kids on the show? Look, I lie to them
all the time, too. [LAUGHING] I never lied to them
about a car though. She was the only one
I promised a car to. And then you
have your own kids, which you– you
can’t get a nicer car for your TV kids than your– than your human kids. Have you– have you
met my human kids? [LAUGHING] I can. [LAUGHING] JIMMY KIMMEL: Which NBA player– to whom are you
closest in the NBA? Ah, well right now,
I’m going to say CP3. JIMMY KIMMEL: OK.
Chris Paul. Yeah, Chris Paul.
And uh– He played in your
charity golf tournament. He played in my
charity golf tournament. When you have a
tournament like that, how do you decide–
do you get to decide who’s in your foursome?
– I do. – You do.
– I do. I put ’em together. And do you do it by,
who’s the best golfer? Or?
– Yes, Jimmy. There’s– there’s no lie.
I try to win my own tournament. JIMMY KIMMEL: You try
to the tournament. [LAUGHING]
– Yeah. So I– I– I– stack my team. So I had– I had CP3. I had his dad. I had a female LPGA,
um, uh, Isabella. JIMMY KIMMEL: Most
of ’em are that. Yeah.
Yeah. Most of the LPGA
players are females now. But, yeah, yeah.
Right. They’ve come a long way. Isabelle– I can’t
remember her last name. And she hits the ball 270 yards. Nice. And I had Doc Rivers. Because I’m trying to lure
Chris Paul back to the Clippers. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, wow. So I figured, if I put
Doc and Chris in my group, you know, I can talk to Chris
about what the Clippers want, without there being any
tampering, and us being fined. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. And did you discuss
that subject with him? My lips are sealed.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. Interesting. But we’ll see. Yeah, we will see, I guess. Yeah, we’ll see. Are you a basketball
player yourself? Not anymore.
JIMMY KIMMEL: No. OK.
– Yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: This movie– you are getting great
reviews for this movie. Are you– are you
critical of yourself when you watch
something like this? I am. And you know it’s crazy, this
movie and the character that I portrayed on “The
Shield,” Antwon Mitchell, were the only two times that
I’ve actually looked at myself and was like, damn,
I’m pretty good. JIMMY KIMMEL: Really?
Those are the only two times? Yeah.
Those were the only two times. Every– every– every time
else, you know, I sit and watch, I was like oh, OK, that’s cool.
All right. You guys liked that. That’s funny. But this– this character,
Romelo, in “Beats–” JIMMY KIMMEL: Romelo.
Yeah. I– after– after they screened
it for me, and I was like, I’m pretty good in this film.
JIMMY KIMMEL: You know what? It would be a smart thing. Thank you. Netflix– Netflix needs
my help, but if I was them, I’d– on the poster
for the movie, I’d put, Anthony Anderson
says, “I’m pretty good.” [LAUGHING] Of course I’m biased,
but it’s the truth. All right. When we come back, we’re
going to find out how good you are at shooting a basketball.
– Prepare to get wet. JIMMY KIMMEL: Because
when we come back, we go in the dunk tank
to play Sink it or Swim. Anthony Anderson, his
movie, “Beats” premieres June 19th on Netflix. We’ll be right back. If you liked that video, click
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