The late night show host revealed how he and his wife, Molly, regularly share a Thanksgiving meal with Jennifer Aniston, and company, that’s been dubbed Friendsgiving.
He also talks about his new Las Vegas comedy club and confessed that he keeps a 13 page, color-coded document to keep track off holiday gifts.
Teaser: Jimmy Kimmel dished about a number of subjects, including his Friendsgiving with Jennifer Aniston during a spot on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that airs Tuesday, December 3
After revealing his method to keeping track of how and what he bought for friends, family and colleagues, Ellen asked about whether his employees on Jimmy Kimmel Live! buy him gifts.
‘Oh they must of they will be fired,’ he joked with the host with a poker face.
Being the master of facial expressions, Ellen then looked around the studio to show her crew that she likes the idea of her getting holiday gifts.
She then turned serious and added, ‘I always get something very thoughtful from you too… good for you.’
Tis’ the season: The late night talk show host first shared about how he keeps a 13 page, color-coded document to keep track off holiday gifts
Friends: The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host then joked about how he and his wife Molly attend Jennifer Aniston’s Friendsgiving every year; this year she made him enchiladas after he complained her meal was too similar to Thanksgiving
The topic turned to Friendsgiving, which he described as something that ‘started with college students that wanted to spend as little of time with their parents as possible.’
He then went on to complain about how the menu for Friendsgiving has been too similar to Thanksgiving that it his actual dinner with his family the following day feels like ‘leftovers’ in comparison.
To remedy the situation, he suggested to Jen that she serve something like Mexican food as a replacement, which he joked, ‘didn’t go over real well.’
But as a result the Friends alum actually made Jimmy ‘f***ing enchiladas’ for Friendsgiving this year.
‘And I got to tell you something, everyone wanted the enchiladas,’ he explained.’I only got one enchilada because everyone else ate my enchiladas this Friendsgiving.’
Author: Kimmel also talked about the children’s book he wrote and illustrated called — The Serious Goose; all the proceeds will be donated to children’’s hospitals around the country
A great cause: The two comedian auctioned off two of Jimmy’s original drawings of Ellen’s Executive Producer Andy Lassner to the audience and raised $2,000 for CHLA, which Andy matched for a total of $4,000
The late-night host also talked about the children’s book he wrote and illustrated called — The Serious Goose — and that all the proceeds will be donated to children’’s hospitals around the country.
Plus, he sharedhis excitement for his new comedy club in Las Vegas.
‘I’m from Las Vegas, I grew up there, and so we thought it would be fun to open a comedy club here, and we did, and it’s going great, people seem to like it,’ he said during the interview.
In the holiday spirit, the two comedian auctioned off two of Jimmy’s original drawings of Ellen’s Executive Producer Andy Lassner to the audience and raised $2,000 for CHLA, which Andy matches for a total of $4,000.
Entrepreneur: Kimmel, 52, also shared abut his excitement for his new comedy club he opened in his hometown of Las Vegas