Top 5 most-viewed ‘Kimmel’ episodes

No. 1 – Feb. 5, 2006: In a post-Super Bowl show, Kimmel goes to Detroit to apologize to the city after declaring it would burn down in a riot after the Pistons won the NBA championship.

No. 2 – Jan. 26, 2003: “Live’s” premiere episode, with co-host Snoop Dogg and guests George Clooney and Coldplay.

No. 3 – Feb. 25, 2007: Following the Academy Awards, Kimmel’s guests were Dr. Phil, Gwen Stefani and Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres.

No. 4 – Sept. 13, 2006: On the show’s first primetime special, clips were used to highlight the skein’s history.

No. 5 – March 5, 2006: “Live’s” first post-Oscar special, the show moved to the El Portal Theater. Guests included Jon Stewart, Quentin Tarantino and Johnny Knoxville.

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