Late-night comedy went to the dogs this week, with Uggie predicting Oscars and Triumph hitting the red carpet.
This week, late-night comics got into feuds — over oddities like hair dye and ice cream and friendship amulets.
This week’s late-night comics riffed on the Super Bowl and played tug-of-war with Michelle Obama.
It takes a brave soul to pull the plug on a live TV show at the best of times. But during the Super Bowl? Who would even contemplate such a thing? Someone’s who’s been listening to that mischievous Jimmy Kimmel, that’s …
This week, late-night comics had Super Bowl fever — but didn’t forget to joke about Newt Gingrich along the way.
This week, late-night TV got inspiration from State of the Union gaffes to crotchety children’s-lit writers.
This week in late-night comedy, Tim Tebow met David Bowie and Stephen Colbert announced he’s running for president. A pretty average week, in all.
This week, late-night comedians had a bone to pick with the Iowa caucus — and men with ponytails.
This week, late-night comedy tackled those who take themselves too seriously — from Lowe’s to Newt Gingrich to even Tom Hanks.
The late-night host is making everyone but kids laugh with his latest prank.
This week, late-night comics couldn’t get enough of Herman Cain’s scandal and perilous holiday shopping.
This week, The Daily Show occupied Wall Street while Jason Segel contemplated plastic surgery on Letterman.