This week on late-night television, everybody got their shots at Rick Perry and Herman Cain. Come on, how could they pass on that?
You know it’s primary season when an under-fire candidate appears on a late-night show following a press conference held by a celebrity lawyer so a self-proclaimed victim can tell her side of a sexual harassment story.
It’s kind of hard to imagine intentionally trying to make your kids cry — even for a few minutes of late-night glory.
In his defense, Kimmel claims he didn’t expect so much crying.
This week, Fallon raps, Yalies sing and Conan delivers Chinese food.
Celebrities created much of the laughs this week on late-night TV. They ranged from former Presidents to potential candidates.
This week, late-night comedians cracked wise about offensive names, network rivalries and people gone too soon.
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?
Things got emotional on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night.
This week on late-night TV, Anne Hathaway went hip-hop while Kimmel and Stewart went political.
On late-night TV this week, comics talked Sesame Street and George Lopez said goodnight.