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Wednesday was the last day of questions for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, or, as Jimmy Kimmel put it, “another day of boasting, speaking and hissing in the Senate.”
A recently released poll conducted before the hearings began found that 58 percent of Americans supported Judge Jackson’s nomination to the court.
“It’s the most support Jackson has had since Thriller came out.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Other news, despite the current state of affairs, Vladimir Putin still plans to attend this fall’s G20 summit with other world leaders in Bali – which explains this year’s theme of ‘Clumsy’.” —JIMMY FALLON
“Seriously, what is he doing? It’s like getting kicked out of high school and then showing up to the reunion.” —JIMMY FALLON
“Yes, it will backfire on Putin if he realizes it’s not a G20 summit; it is an intervention.” —JIMMY FALLON
The Pieces Worth Watching
“The Late Late Show” celebrated Reggie Watts’ 50th birthday by giving him a race car bed.
What we’re excited about on Thursday night
Gwen Stefani drops by at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday.