Did you have a busy week with no time to sit back and watch the ol' boob tube? Relax, we've got you covered. Here's a smattering of the week's best TV moments.
This video comes from Jimmy Kimmel's post-Oscar special. "Jimmy K" owns a gym that promises to get you fit by, err, humping. Cameos include: Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan, Emily Blunt, Jessical Biel, Kelly Ripa, and more!
Believe it or not, tonight marks the second anniversary of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon! To celebrate, Fallon invited Nightly News anchor—and all-time Gawker.TV favorite—Brian Williams out to slow-jam the news with him.
The thing about a train-wreck is that you just can't help but watch it happen. In that spirit, here's KLG and Hoda breaking it down to Beyoncé's dance moves the "tick fight," "pose for the camera" and "pat your weave."
On tonight's Report, Stephen Colbert lamented the fact that Ben & Jerry's gave Jimmy Fallon his own ice cream flavor, ending Colbert's late-night talk show host exclusivity. So, he declared war—and Fallon showed up. Jon Stewart, too!
Best Week Ever draws our attention to this clip from an interview with Brad Pitt in August, 2009. Maher tries to describe a certain "likability" by the American public, and ends up predicting America's response to Charlie Sheen's "winning" streak.
You know how the GOP—and Fox News pundits, especially—is arguing that teachers in Wisconsin are overpaid/need to make concessions? What did those same people think/say about corrupt Wall Street bankers? Tonight, Jon Stewart gave us an answer.
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Here's fake Toddlers and Tiaras footage of Tom Hanks and his daughter Sophie perusing her dream as a Pageant Girl in the "Miss Ultimate Sexy Baby Contest." Who knew Jimmy Kimmel Live would prove to be so entertaining today?
Portlandia concluded its freshman season this weekend with a little help from some famous friends Heather Graham, Kyle MacLachlan, Nick Kroll. We met a few new characters and watched Fred and Carrie start a national baseball team: The Portland Thinkers.
Back in the days when Jimmy Kimmel was a mere sidekick on Win Ben Stein's Money, the host had an awkward encounter with Arianna Huffington. Last night, he told Bill Maher about the time she flirtatiously pinched his behind.
Another gem from Late Night's 2-year anniversary show starred the regulars, Abby Elliott, Rachel Dratch as
Snooki Droochie, and Josh Myers (Seth Myers' lovable brother.) Let's see what happens when the crew steps in the elevator and selects "Jersey Floor."
You have to love the little revelations that can come out of an innocent press junket. The Adjustment Bureau opens Friday, and this preview features Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, and John Slattery discussing their film's "Fate vs. Free Will" conundrum.
This week's Soup was full of win: poking fun at Charlie Sheen, Jesse James' new book, a staff-wide parody of an epic scene from Birdemic, and an NBC "The More You Know" moment about butt-chugging from Law & Order: SVU.
Stephen took some time to talk about Levi's new extra slim-fitting jeans for men. They're "super-snug all over" and "spray-on fit." As he put it, "there were baggier pants on the dudes in Black Swan."
Robin Williams came out of the wild and appeared on the Late Show last night. When asked about Charlie Sheen, he said "As an alcoholic, me giving advice to Charlie Sheen—it's like a leper giving a facial."
When Candace Cameron appeared on Access Hollywood Live to talk about her book, all Billy and Kit wanted to talk about was Full House. Do her kids watch the show? (Yes.) Didn't Uncle Joey introduce her to her husband? (Yes.)
Well, this was certainly one of the more interesting moments from Saturday's Independent Spirit Awards: while reading off a list of nominees, Paul Rudd grabbed Eva Mendez' boob and when the cameras came back, Rosario Dawson was holding Rudd's junk.
Last night Dave welcomed the creators of South Park as they promote their Broadway Show The Book of Mormon that eventually turned into the constant use of "Sheening" as a reference for drug use.
On Regis and Kelly this morning, The Donald discussed the serious possibility of running for President in order to "fix this great country" of ours. And what better way to garner votes than by using scare tactics?
In an alternate universe, viewers all across the world saw something very different from Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush's dramatic portrayal a King and his speech therapist: Tyler Perry's The President's Speech, starring Mike Tyson and the actual George W.
The man who plays The Office's Ryan showed up on the Late Show last night and regaled us with stories about his start as a stand-up comic, his father's ghostwriting career, and ...a dinner with Michael Jackson?
This week on Archer, trusty accountant Cyril (who is voiced by Chris Parnell, in case you forgot) goes sells out ISIS for a measly $50,000 dollars. As a result, we're given a few flashbacks into Cyril's sad past.
On this week's Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kourtney starts a risky habit of getting it on with Scott in public bathrooms. The habit abruptly ends when someone walks in on the pair in the Glamour office bathrooms.
Suddenly, Isla Fisher's marriage to Sascha Baron Cohen makes so much sense. In her Late Night interview, she talked about what her husband tells her about his workday—and when a spider lived in her hair for a week.
Batman's new sidekick—Nightrunner—happens to be a Muslim, and some folks are unhappy. What if he becomes a jihadist? But, Daily Show correspondant Aasif Mandvi has more of a problem with Nightrunner's lame powers ...specifically parkour.
At one point in his life, Josh Radnor held the record for "Fastest Beer Chug While Juggling." Obviously, this led to Jimmy passing him random objects from his desk for Josh to juggle. Despite being "irregular," he did a pretty good job!
Isn't it nice to know that Jon Cryer can make fun of the shitty situation he's stuck in? He's slated to appear on this afternoon's episode of Ellen—where we hope he'll let his opinions fly—but for now, enjoy.
On Conan, Chelsea Handler discussed her contempt for red heads. The conversation quickly turned into a rant about having sex with guys with fire crotches. Awkward!
Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) dropped in on Jimmy Kimmel Live sans-stache and talked about his father, his time spent as an Altar Boy growing up, and of course—the website Cats That Look Like Ron Swanson.