Jimmy Kimmel’s Quarantine Minilogue - Stupid People, Sex Guidelines & Bill Burr
- Julkaistu 23.03.2020
- FUNDRAISER - LA Food Bank - www.lafoodbank.org/
Week two of isolation and Jimmy continues his daily mini monologues from his house during the quarantine. In today’s #minilogue Jimmy talks about stupid people who aren’t staying home, Donald Trump “protecting” Asian American communities via Twitter, Mike Pence testing negative for Coronavirus, Senator Rand Paul testing positive, how the Italian government is handling the pandemic, sex guidelines released by the NY Department of Health, and Jimmy interviews comedian Bill Burr from the safety of his own car. Jimmy will be making a donation to a worthwhile cause every day during this quarantine. Today, it’s the LA Food Bank. Please consider helping them, $100 buys 400 meals. Go here to donate: www.lafoodbank.org/
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