Jimmy Loses It with Robert Irwin on a Hot Mic Before Animals Segment

Jimmy Loses It with Robert Irwin on a Hot Mic Before Animals Segment

Jimmy and Robert Irwin, 15-year-old son of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, get into an accidentally public confrontation backstage that spills into an awkward animals segment that includes a lizard, an owl and a cat from Staten Island.

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Jimmy Loses It with Robert Irwin on a Hot Mic Before Animals Segment


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83 Responses

  1. Hello Hello says:

    One thing that is not scripted 5:21

  2. Armin F. says:

    Tbh this was one of the more realistic looking sketches thanks to Robert.

  3. hlnl56 says:

    This made me sad, for some reason. I know it’s just acting. It shows that they’re both great actors ?

  4. chris tolosa says:

    Why did they do this segment?? I’m so confused

  5. EnNombreDeLaCiencia ! says:

    Robert Irwin can be kind of scary when his angry… He’s the guy that won’t let any traces of your body if he kills you. “Come on mate let’s feed the crockies”

  6. Care Bear says:

    I lost it when Robert brought out the cat. Bahahahahaha

  7. Luna Ranger says:

    Steve Irwin would be proud

  8. Dizzy Blu says:

    This was great, finally we see dark Jimmy not his all too fake persona

  9. Thanos says:

    Robert and coyote need to collaborate ASAP! ?

  10. Kirsten S. says:

    “Put some pants on, okay, it’s February!”

    This needs to be a regular segment. ?

  11. Kirsten S. says:

    Nobody tell PETA about this clip or they’ll come try to put that cat down ?

  12. randomstuff 101 says:

    Playing fortnight and popping boners???????


    Even though Roberts acting but when he got angry I genuinely got scared and forgot that he is 15…

  14. Stephen Scharback says:

    Big shoes for that kid to fill
    I think he’s doing quite well

  15. the cup RM throws in the Run MV says:

    damn Robert acting mad is scary

  16. Keith Fraser says:

    The older he gets the more of his father comes out. Robert is literally his father. Imagine if he grew his hair out. He needs his own show .

    • Thatone Dude says:



      The adverb figuratively describes something symbolic, not actual. If a friend invites you to tonight’s concert but you already have plans with your family, you might say — figuratively — that your hands are tied.



      The adverb literally means “actually,” and we use it when we want others to know we’re serious, not exaggerating or being metaphorical.

      Fucking millennial idiots.

    • TheRagingPine - says:

      Him and his family have a show on animal planet

    • saturn says:

      @Thatone Dude dude calm down everyone uses “literally” in different ways (seriously and not)
      They probably don’t actually mean Robert is actually his father
      He’s just pointing out the many similarities
      You take things way to seriously especially on a website like YouTube

    • Big Body Ghost says:

      +Thatone Dude chill out

    • Megan Benn says:

      Thatone Dude did you even read what I said?? Yes I know what the definitions of the words are but that doesn’t mean it’s the only acceptable way to use the world ‘literally’, Language is also hugely based on context and you can quite clearly tell from the structure of the sentence that they didn’t mean the word ‘literally’ literally, which lots of people do bc language technically has no rules as we made it up in the first place. Also bit ageist, and plus you literally don’t even know how old I am?? Honestly dude I think you just need to chill and not take some random person on the internet’s grammar so seriously. 🙂

  17. Rawnick12 says:

    Protect this kid at all costs, he’s a *global treasure!* ?

  18. ShalomJackie says:

    If someone tuned into that without seeing the start they must have been so confused

  19. Charles Scala says:

    Everyone is saying this kid is a good actor. He’s a natural for sure

  20. laurita says:

    The Irwin family is so nice Robert’s meanest statement was “he’s a very bad person” lmao.

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