Kimmel questioned why the president hasn't used executive orders to bring in gun control.
The president used a Monopoly reference when discussing with Jimmy Kimmel how the Republican Party don't "play square" in terms of politics.
The president did not appear to benefit from a virtual interview with Jimmy Fallon in December.
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The ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA cut away from Kimmel's monologue after he called out "cowardly" senators for "listening to the NRA" after the shooting in Uvalde.
Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel said the Fox News host is "knowingly producing this deadly opioid of lies."
"I don't think I can handle having Sarah Palin back in the mix every day," said Jimmy Kimmel. "The voice alone goes right through the center of my brain."
"I make jokes about men, too," Jimmy Kimmel said of Gaetz. "I said I feel bad for you because you didn't have a girlfriend in high school until you were 30."
"I get on the scale," she said. "I look at it. I get back off. I'll even take a hair pin out of my hair. I get back on. And by that time I'm mad as hell."
"We need to recognize that women are the weaker sex, and men are stronger than us," Marjorie Taylor Greene told Matt Gaetz amid her feud with Jimmy Kimmel.
Kimmel pointed out Greene's gun-heavy political ads and claimed he receives a dozen death threats from the congresswoman's supporters each day.
The TV host took another swipe at the Georgia representative who condemned his reference to the infamous Will Smith Oscars slap.
"You weren't joking," Greene told Kimmel. "This was a dog whistle to the violent left to assault me or worse."
"Where is Will Smith when you really need him?" said the late-night host over the congresswoman's tweet accusing certain GOP senators of being "pro pedophile."
"Obama comes back [to the White House] for one day and all of a sudden Biden turns into Billy Crystal!" Jimmy Kimmel said.
The "momager" of the Kardashian, Kris Jenner, has revealed her plans for who she thinks will take over the family business.
"Officer? I would like to report a joke," Kimmel tweeted after Greene said she filed a police complaint over his joke suggesting that Will Smith could slap her.
"Even for Trump, it's impressive to fit three lies into an 11-word sentence," said Jimmy Kimmel as he analyzed the former president's statement on Sarah Palin.
The popular YouTube comedians dragged the late night host as "washed up and irrelevant" after he slammed their recent interview with the former president.
"Succession" star Brian Cox commented on a number of celebrities in his recent book "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat" but he will write an addendum for Depp.
Pattinson told Jimmy Kimmel that he was required to try on every suit worn since Michael Keaton played Batman in the 1980s.
"There's nothing more depressing than getting dumped by your accountant during tax season," Kimmel quipped.
Brunson received a heartwarming surprise during a recent appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
New York City Hall spokesperson Jonah Allo urged "any New Yorker who came into contact with Ms. Palin to get tested" for COVID-19.
With a number of recent studies assessing the effectiveness of cannabis-sourced compounds in fighting the virus, Newsweek decided to weed out the myths.
"Emily in Paris" star Ashley Park has revealed that what she thought was a physical reaction to BTS acknowledging her was actually Omicron symptoms.
Gwyneth Paltrow became friends with Sheryl Berkoff when she was a teenager and says she thought the makeup artist, who married Lowe in 1991, was the "coolest chick of all time."
The late-night host shared a tearful monologue about his friend, whom he described as "the sweetest."
Ben Affleck had faced criticism on social media after he said that he would "probably still be drinking" if he and Jennifer Garner had stayed together.
Comedian Kathy Griffin, who announced her lung cancer diagnosis in August, revealed that she is free of the disease during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."