Today at Gawker.TV, see Zach Galifianakis and Andy Samberg's SNL promos, an update with Ted Williams, Michelle Rodriguez has gone batty, Stephen Colbert celebrates Mardi Gras and the just-released trailer for the new season of Real Housewives of New York!

Zach Galifianakis and Andy Samberg's SNL Promos are Just as Funny as We'd Hoped
The promos for this weekend's edition of SNL are essentially the opposite of last week's batch featuring Miley Cyrus. Andy and Zach really deliver in the new promos—and especially delight with a game of "got your nose."

See What's In Store for the New Season of Real Housewives of New York City
The new season of Real Housewives of New York City begins on April 7th and promises a whole new batch of wild antics, girl-fights, and a new division among the Housewives—the blondes versus brunettes.

Stephen Colbert Celebrates Mardi Gras and International Women's Day
Yesterday marked the occurrence of two somewhat contradictory holidays - how does one reconcile the breast-flashing and "regrettable self-exposure" of Fat Tuesday with the strides women have taken towards gender equality?

Amanda Seyfried on Regis and Kelly: Justin Timberlake is an "Alright" Actor
Amanda Seyfried stopped by Regis and Kelly to discuss her busy schedule, which includes two new movies and the "mind-blowing" Big Love finale. She discuses Colin Firth's big win, the actors who inspire her, and working with triple-threat JT.

Michelle Rodriguez Has Some Very Strange Ideas About the Universe
Sure, after filming Avatar and Battle: Los Angeles, she's got more experience dealing with extra-terrestrials than most of us, but seriously, folks, after watching this interview, we've upgraded the actress's condition from "kooky" to "bat-shit."

Jason Biggs is Joy Behar's Son (And Other Fun Facts Learned on Today's View)
Today on The View, we learned a lot about Jason Biggs: he's Joy Behar's "long-lost son," he's friends with The Situation, he's been married for three years—and there's a stripper pole in his house.
After roles like Uncle Jesse, Blackie Parrish, and Dr. Carl, John Stamos prepares for the most challenging and true to life role of his career: a "reproductive abuser" on Law and Order: SVU. Just another case of art imitating life.

Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser and Rich Sommer Discuss Trains in 1965
Get your Mad Men fix with this new video from Funny Or Die that sits down Vincent Kartheiser and Rich Sommer as Pete Campbell and Harry Crane. Set in 1965, the pair discuss trains, planes, and why we need them.

The Today Show Catches Up With Ted "Golden Voice" Williams
This morning, Meredith Vieira sat down with Ted "Golden Voice" Williams for an update on his life at this point. He's living in a half-way house, finding his spirituality, and has even founded a charity.

Gary Oldman Shares His Weird Dream About Baby Paul McCartney
On last night's Conan, Gary Oldman shared his bizarre dream that he'd had the night before about his upcoming appearance on the show. In it, he met a little baby that looked exactly like Sir Paul McCartney.

Do Breasts Equal Success? Kathie Lee and Hoda Investigate
This morning, KLG and Hoda took a little time to reflect on the power of breasts-and the effect they have on the career of an actress. Just wait until Kathie Lee mentions how Kim Kardashian is "milking it."

The Staff of Tosh.0 Does a 32-Person Wheelbarrow Race
After being inspired by—what else—a viral video, Daniel Tosh got his staff together for a gigantic wheelbarrow race. Being that the chain was mainly full of men, the biggest complaint about the process was "the smell of balls."