Here Are 12 Videos That Retell the Story of Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel’s 12 …

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Here Are 12 Videos That Retell the Story of Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel’s 12-Year-Long ”Feud”—Watch Now!.

The feuding duo attempted to work out their longstanding issues on last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! by attending couple’s therapy together, but it’s definitely going to be a bit difficult to put their rocky history behind them.

It all started in 2003 when Kimmel first closed a show by saying, “Apologies to Matt Damon, we ran out of time” as a joke to make one of his producers laugh. Don’t fret — it seems they are on the road back to having a solid late-night host-actor relationship and Damon will commit to several more decades of these odd skits.

The pair, however, still have their work cut out for them, as evidenced by Damon’s attempt to sneak onto the show disguised as Kimmel’s actual guest, Dr. In fact, he had finished up his week-long visit in America to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City on Sunday and was no longer even in the country. “I would say about two hours worth of traffic,” one man alleged it took to drive on the Los Angeles roads because of Francis’ visit.

He also claimed it cost him around $40 to $50 extra in gas. “Hey Pope Francis, I need my money for my gas and time wasted,” the man said into the camera. Sporting a horrifying bald cap and mustache, and spouting faux Texas-isms — “A squirrel in a top hat is like a donkey in a dress: You can take it to the prom, but if you try to make it wear lipstick, you’re gonna get kicked” — Damon did finally take a long-coveted seat in the guest chair, but Kimmel blew his cover. I was trying to think of an A-list star, and somebody we absolutely would not bump if he was on the show…The legs on this bit are unbelievable to me.

Another man who claimed to have watched Francis get off his plane at Los Angeles International Airport expressed some concern over the 78-year-old’s health. While Damon believed Kimmel had finally acquiesced to letting him on the show during therapy, the host insisted he had only said he would “try” to squeeze the actor in. I mean, people laugh every time I say it…Repeating the same joke every single night, you’d think eventually people would get tired of it, but they don’t.” Then, in 2007, Kimmel continued the feud and really got to Damon by announcing that his sidekick Guillermo would be taking on the role of Jason Bourne in The Bourne Ultimatum.

What, now he wants to bump me from my own f–king movies?!” The feud continued in 2008 when Kimmel’s girlfriend at the time, Sarah Silverman, created a musical skit titled, “I’m F–king Matt Damon.” In the video, Silverman says, “We’ve been together so long—over five years—and I still haven’t told you and it’s just not right so here it goes: I’m f–king Matt Damon!” Of course Kimmel couldn’t let the whole thing go, though, hitting back at both of them in 2009 with his own rendition of the song, “I’m F–king Ben Affleck,” which featured a ton of celebrity cameos. While Kimmel defended the prolonged delay by noting his one-hour show has other guests, a band, a monologue and “important commercials,” the pair quickly started sniping at each other. As the session continued, Damon revealed that he doesn’t just show up each night, but actually lives in the dressing room, while Kimmel insisted that the actor was a spoiled star who could not accept that Kimmel wasn’t his show. Though the host quickly qualified, “Just not tonight because this counseling thing has gone on a long time.” After the clip of the session ended with an emotional — and destructive — hug, Kimmel remained true to his word, ordering Guillermo and his security detail to escort Damon off the set. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again.

The actor appears briefly before being cut from the film and is later seen storming off set in a grape costume, cursing to himself, “I can’t believe I fell for that! After being forced to read mean tweets about himself, sit in a chair fit for a toddler and be ignored the entire interview, Kimmel finally gives him a real question to answer. Kimmel took to his account to joke, “Matt is prob too scared to get on twitter because no one likes him.” Twitter TV retweeted this and began the #FaxingMattDamon hashtag. The skit featured a young kid reading cue cards wearing a cardboard cut-out of a belly-baring, large-eared man—obviously Kimmel’s vision of Damon—and telling his “story.” “Hello, everybody, I’m Matt Damon.

Not only was I born, but I was also Bourne—Jason Bourne—I say jokes like these because I’m dumb,” the kid quipped. “I grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with my parents and brother. While Damon was pretending to be the ball boy who deflated Tom Brady’s footballs, he says he “acted alone.” Kimmel then walked into the scene and jumped on the opportunity to make fun of him saying, “Do you know why you acted alone?

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