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Kimmel gets to the heart of the matter

His monologue on Monday makes it clear that there are some things that you can't buy your way out of.

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Kimmel's voice rang louder in the hubbub over health care than any politician's or comedian's, precisely because he's not that guy who obsesses about politics.

BE honest: You did not have Jimmy Kimmel in your "Most Socially Resonant Late-Night Monologue of 2017" betting pool.

Clearly he didn't either.

"I'm sorry," he began his monologue Monday night. "I try not to get emotional." But he was - his voice immediately caught in his throat -

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