Droves of Parents Submit Videos to Jimmy Kimmel For His Annual Halloween Candy Prank
Jimmy Kimmel was at it again, asking parents to prank their kids by telling them they ate all of their Halloween candy.
On Monday night's show, Kimmel said that this year’s “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy” prank received a record number of submissions.
The host and his staff picked out the best ones based on children's intense crying, massive temper tantrums and fits.
“We never seem to run out of participants for this,” Kimmel said. “Every year, I think, 'Kids are going to know. They watch these videos; maybe they'll be too old for it,' but every year, there's a whole new crowd.”
Kimmel then joked that this can go on “for as long as people have sex.”
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