Jimmy Kimmel broadcasts from his office on his laptop during a special “power outage” show

Look. I don't know how technology works. But I do know that when Craig Ferguson had a power outage recently, all of the lights went out in the studio, but the TV cameras continued to roll. That's weird, right? With Jimmy Kimmel, the exact opposite happened on Monday, as he had lights and action, but no camera. So he decided to take matters into his own hands, and broadcast an entire show from his laptop computer's camera. Webcam FTW.

Here is the introduction to his show which aired last night, as Kimmel talks to us from his office and shows his some of his writers and backstage staffers.

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