This week in late-night comedy, Charlie Sheen got contrite while Conan O’Brien played with Photoshop.
This week in late-night comedy, hosts talked politics and puppies. What could possibly be wrong with that?
This week in late-night comedy, hosts used Twitter and even puppets to get laughs.
Monday’s links offer beatboxing, slow jams and even the ancient art of music videos.
This week in late-night comedy, Jon Stewart skewered the media while Harrison Ford and Kirstie Alley got even.
Justin Timberlake said he couldn’t do it again. Oh, yes he can. And we’ll gladly watch it over and over.
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And by the looks of it, fun, fun, fun, fun was had by all.
“A lot of bands say, ‘We don’t want our stuff on Glee.’ Like, ‘Lighten up, you a______ … What the hell is wrong with you guys?”
— ELTON JOHN, addressing bands like Kings of Leon who refused to let Glee use their …
Jimmy Fallon is eyeing Stephen Colbert’s perch — on the ice cream market.
Baby Beckham number four is on its way and, whether it’s a boy or a girl, it looks set to be one of the most pampered tots in La La Land.