Jimmy Kimmel Finds People Willing To Say Kind Things On The Occasion Of FDR's 'Death' Yesterday
Jimmy Kimmel sent a crew to get reactions to the "news" that Franklin Delano Roosevelt died yesterday. Big surprise: plenty of people wanted to be on teevee despite having no idea what they were talking about. Discard the tape of anyone saying "forget you, FDR died in 1945," and what's left is comedy. (Also, note that Kimmel is very careful to set up the bit by reminding the viewing audience that FDR was born in 1882, and very definitely did not die yesterday.)
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