Today at Gawker.TV, Whoopi Goldberg goes after the New York Times' "sloppy journalists," Bill Maher pokes fun at Arianna Huffington to her face, Marge Simpson goes gray, and Aziz Ansari's unfortunate encounter with Jay-Z on New Year's Eve.
On Friday's Real Time, Arianna Huffington dropped by via satellite for an interview with Bill Maher. Unsurprisingly, the Huffington Post's buyout by AOL dominated the conversation. Well, that and some playful misogyny. Oh, and a heavy Greek accent, obviously.
In Sunday's New York Times, two film critics claimed mentioned only seven black Oscar winners in a piece about the scarcity of black actors who have won Academy Awards—when in reality, there were fifteen.
This week, the media couldn't stop talking about what Lindsay Lohan wore to her millionth court appearance, making fun of A-Rod being fed popcorn by Cameron Diaz, and Donald Trump's chat with Piers Morgan about the Chinese.
When Marge makes her routine visit to the salon, she admits to finding a single gray hair. This prompts her stylist to give her the truth: that she's been "grayer than a Seattle Cinco de Mayo for years now."
Aziz was lucky enough to ring in 2011 with Jay-Z, Beyoncé and other famous folk in Vegas. His luck changed when Jay-Z called him onto the stage at 4am in an inebriated state to tell a "New Year's joke."
Here's your daily dose of KLG and Hoda-woman! In this clip, the pair discuss the winners of last night's Grammy Awards, while flubbing the name of The Arcade Fire and dissing Esperanza Spalding. Someone should direct them to this site.
Last evening local CBS LA reporter Serena Branson was sent to the hospital after appearing to have a stroke while filing her Grammy wrap-up report.
On this week's Portlandia, Fred and Carrie hire none other than Parks and Recreation's Aubrey Plaza to watch their home while they go away on a trip. Or so she thought.
Last night on Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kim's Australian ex-bodyguard returned for a one night stand and ended up doing the walk of shame through an important business meeting the sisters were having in the living room. Klassy!