Today at Gawker.TV, behind-the-scenes video of Zach Galifianakis shaving his head to look like Mr. T, an open letter to Adam Lambert, Joan Rivers talks hickeys and Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais assess their experiment that was An Idiot Abroad.
This footage that takes us from when Zach Galifianakis introduced Jessie J for the last time to when he appeared on stage with a shaved head claiming that they "did not get to the Mr. T sketch."
Over the weekend, Discovery Science aired the final chapter to Karl Pilkington's travels around the globe. I died when Ricky called up Karl to tell him the name of the show had been changed. "Who's the idiot abroad, then?"
The Adjustment Bureau's Anthony Mackie filled in for Kathie Lee on Today, and he, Andy Cohen and Hoda talked at length about hugging. Rules like: "As a guy, you have to wait for a girl to invite you in."
On The Soup, The Late Late Show's resident robot Geoff Peterson showed up to help Joel make fun of the week's selected clips. They include snippets from: the Real World, Good Day New York and Outrageous Kid Parties.
In a very "meta" moment for online television-watching, The Simpsons ended their Cheech and Chong episode with a rhyme that encompassed all of the storylines from Bart. It finishes with "You can watch this tomorrow at hulu.com."
Kicking off last night's Cleveland was a commercial for a new, 3D movie based upon Cleveland Brown's life as a successful Ad Salesman. It "stars" Ed Helms and Willow Smith and will be terrible if you're not drunk and/or stoned.
The panel of judges and audience alike were stunned at the sound that came out of this contestant's mouth. What they heard was an uncanny resemblance to pop sensation Shakira's voice.
On Bob's Burgers last night, it was Tina's 13th Birthday. Like any awkward and slightly creepy 13 year old, she wanted to throw a big party for her entire class (disco ball and everything) for the sole purpose of making out with Jimmy Pesto's son.
Joan Rivers was on The Talk to discuss her reality show with her daughter Melissa. Proving to be more entertaining than the rest of the hosts combined, any chance we could just have her there permanently?
Thursday's American Idol was a result show, which, though rife with human suffering, is sort-of boring to recap (Ashthon went home. Bye, Ashthon!). Instead, let's compose an open letter to former contestant and last week's guest, Adam Lambert!
Homer dips back into his 70's comedy (and ganja) past by capitalizing on the rift formed when Cheech and Chong want to pursue different forms of their usual shtick.
Zach Galifianakis followed up his show-stopping Saturday Night Live monologue with an equally funny digital short, during which he interviewed several children for an assistant position.