Jimmy Kimmel continued his Halloween tradition of having parents prank their children by telling them they've eaten all their candy and filming their reactions and this year he did it to his own Its the best day of the year: the Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Halloween prank video is back. You know the drill: For the last six years in a row, Jimmy Kimmel has asked parents to film themselves 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 Jimmy Kimmels tradition of tricking kids into thinking their parents ate their Halloween candy is in its seventh year, and now, the latenight 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!
' invited parents to cruelly prank their kids with his annual" I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy" video. Watch Jimmy Kimmel Prank Kids With Annual Halloween Candy Nov 03, 2015 For each of the past four years weve asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids Halloween Candy and post video of it to YouTube. We got a record numb Nov 04, 2014 Jimmy received a record number of videos this year well over a thousand participants for the halloween candy prank.
It was a mammoth undertaking to sort through all of them, but he narrowed 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