Jimmy Kimmel’s Quarantine Minilogue – Vice President Joe Biden
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Day 14 of the quarantine and Jimmy does another mini monologue from his house. In today’s #Minilogue Jimmy talks about opening day being canceled, remembering the real heroes who are risking their lives, “Where’s Waldo?” being a social distancing nightmare, Trump not going stir crazy, the #QuarantimeKiller of the night, and Jimmy chats with Vice President Joe Biden at his house. Tomorrow is Formal Friday, so be sure to get all dressed up for a night out on the couch and post pictures using #FormalFriday. Jimmy will be making a donation to a worthwhile cause every day during this quarantine. Today, it’s the International Association of Firefighters . Please consider helping them. Go here to donate:
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