Nov 04, 2014 By Jimmy Kimmel Live Nov 3rd, 2017 For the past six years, Jimmy Kimmel has asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids' Halloween candy and then post video of their reactions to YouTube the morning after the sugar filled holiday.
Jimmy Kimmel has delivered even more videos of parents telling their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy. Watch Parents Tell Their Kids They Ate All Their Halloween Candy for Jimmy Kimmel: 'That's Why I Don't Love You! ' Watching Jimmy Kimmel's annual" I Told My Kids I Ate Their Halloween Candy" montage.
Unless you've been living under a 5ton rock, you're probably aware of the latenight host's annual challenge to parents to videotape their children's reaction as they lie and tell them they've binged on all of their sweets. Nov 04, 2016 Watch video Jimmy Kimmel released a second video of parents telling their kids that they ate their Halloween candy during Jimmy Kimmel Live!
on Thursday, November 3. Watch the hilarity in the video above! The latenight host, 48, revealed why he and his team decided to share the extra treat during his monologue. Children across America woke up in tears on Nov.
1 after their parents told them they ate all of their Halloween candy. Yep, its time for the 7th straight year of Jimmy Kimmels hilarious video candy challenge. Jimmy Kimmel has made it his mission to temporarily torture children on Halloween and his work continued, even though he was out on vacation. On Thursday nights episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! guest host Jennifer Lawrence unveiled the laughoutloud seventh installment of everyones favorite evil prank: Hey Jimmy Kimmel I Told My Kids I