Jimmy Kimmel tried to ruin Halloween again with candy prank. One kid will melt your heart

Amy Haneline


Published 4: 43 PM EST Nov 5, 2019

Jimmy Kimmel did it again.

The late-night talk show host asked parents to tell their kids that mom and dad ate all of their Halloween candy and record the children’s reactions.

It was the ninth year Kimmel invited parents to the YouTube challenge, simply titled, “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.”

Every year brings a fair amount of laughs – and probably some guilt – as we watch kids kick, scream, cry and say the most hilarious things when they hear the news.

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The same came for 2019, and one little guy will melt your heart. At the end of the videos, parents let the kids know that it was a prank and that Jimmy Kimmel told them to do it.

“You’re happy that your candy is not gone?” one mom asks her son off-camera.

“A little bit, but I love you more than candy,” he sweetly responds.


Others are more concerned for their parents’ health. When one mom asks her daughter if she will forgive her, the little girl responds, “Yes, but don’t do it again. It will make you very sick. You will have to poop all that out.”

Another little boy, after firmly explaining that eating all his candy was “so rude,” advises his mother to “go eat some vegetables, not candy.”

Kimmel swears he doesn’t enjoy being mean to kids. At the beginning of the video, he explains that he “loves kids” and has even written a children’s book, “The Serious Goose.” Proceeds of the book go to children’s hospitals.

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