The Oscar victor, 51, flubbed one of his lines during the 90-minute recreation of two of Normal Lear's biggest shows - breaking out of character and telling the audience, "It's live! Everyone sitting at home just thinking their TV just messed up". "But you know, we were broke", Foxx said, stumbling on the punchline, "so all we could afford was you".
Starring Woody Harrelson, Maria Tomei, Jamie Foxx, Wanda Sykes among many others, Kimmel's 8-9:33 PM passion project scored biggest numbers in first half hour, 7.6/14, trickling down to 5.9/10 for its final few minutes.
In press releases, the role was supposed to be played by One Day at a Time star Justina Machado, so when the door was opened and Gibbs stepped onto the stage, there was a cacophony of surprised cheering from the audience that showed just how beloved the actress really is.
Stolen motorhome involved in chase collides with cars and trees
Police were stunned to find the van was actually carrying two dogs , one of which jumped to freedom out of the smashed windows. The highway patrol said the RV was stolen, though it did not release details about where and how the RV allegedly was stolen.
‘Terminator: Dark Fate’: Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger Return in First Trailer
Terminator: Dark Fate is due for release on 23 October in the United Kingdom , 31 October in Australia, and 1 November in the US. Back: Schwarzenegger reunites with Linda Hamilton for the first time in 28 years.
Brooks Koepka moves to No. 2 with dominant PGA Championship performance
He came undone with a shot he thought would be flawless - a 5-iron from 194 yards, dead into the wind on the 16. Open , and will play at 7,075 yards, its longest length for the national championship.
In the revival episodes, Harrelson played the bigoted Archie Bunker from "All in the Family", while Tomei played the screechy (but priceless!) Edith Bunker, roles originally played by Caroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton.
The Jeffersons ran from 1975-1985 and followed a black family living in a predominantly white society.
In an interview with The Post, Lear explains how the live tribute came to be.
People love old tv shows and a lot of them can be watched today with messages that are still very much relevant.