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Jimmy Kimmel’s Halloween Pranks Continue and He Interviews Turkey Butthole Kid

By Jimmy Kimmel Live | Nov 4th, 2015

The Halloween pranks continued Tuesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live.  Jimmy helped one of his writers, Jack, pull a prank on his roommmate Mitch.  Jack wanted to help Mitch get over his fear of ghosts.  To help document everyting, the team installed cameras round the house.  The director near the apartment would signal a special effects person below the house to create different sounds using chains, rakes, metal bars and even a violin to make a variety of noises from down below the apartment.

 



After the very first thump noise, Mitch texts his friend "was that just an earthquake?"  Mitch starts hearing other noises but Jack tells him that he's going to sleep.  Mitch warns him "If I start hearing other noises, I'm going to wake you up."  In the final phase of the plan, the team starts pouring smoke into the living room with every possible noise.  Jack takes a while to respond but then storms into the living room dressed as a ghost.  Jack informs Mitch that it wasn't a ghost, just his roommate.  After being duped, Mitch has one name for both Jack and Jimmy Kimmel.

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Jimmy also interviewed the kid that called his parents "Turkey Butthole" during his 5th Annual Halloween YouTube Challenge.  His parents stated that he's never used that phrase before.

 


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From the November 3rd Episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live with guests Sharon Stone, Dave Bautista, Music from Jason Aldean.  See this full schedule.

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