Today at Gawker.TV, Howard Stern goes on a rant about late night talk shows, Martha Stewart surprises her audience with a baby armadillo, Rebecca Black mania, and Jimmy Fallon sings the Charles in Charge theme dressed as Bob Dylan.
Howard usually doesn't appear on a talk show unless he meets with his psychiatrist first, which might explain his rant. He goes off about Conan, The Tonight Show, and Late Night after calling himself a "student of late night television."
Pawnee finally held its Harvest Festival, but not without a few bumps in the road on the way. Leslie is in the unfortunate position of putting on a "cursed" event, and the local news has a Taiwanese animation to prove it!
Here's a treat from last night's edition of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon performing as Bob Dylan and singing the Charles in Charge theme song. Note that his impression of Dylan is just as good as his impression of Neil Young.
Okay, it's official—Rebecca Black has invaded everything. See White Collar's Matt Bomer and Hoda dance along to "Friday" while discussing the infectious song.
On last night's Community, Shirley enlisted the help of Jeff to get Chang to hand over his parental rights to his maybe-baby—but ended up inspiring him to become an adult instead.
Walking haircut Billy Ray Cyrus stopped by The View to discuss how fame has destroyed his family. Word of advice, Billy Ray? Things won't get better if you keep giving interviews about your daughter on national television.
Stars, they're just like us! Halle Berry appeared on Ellen this afternoon following a group of impressive Indian dancers. They made her so nervous, she said, that she sweat right through her dress before her appearance.
The folks at Jimmy Kimmel Live pointed out this little clip from last night's American Idol: Steven Tyler's "Creepy Leer of the Night." I suppose it's better than Steven Tyler's "Creepy Come-on of the Night" though, right?
"Check out this boring wicker ball I made. PSYCH. It's actually an adorable armadillo. You're welcome." - Martha Stewart
When Archer goes with Mallory to get her breast cancer test results back, the doctor gives Mallory a clear bill of health-and finds a lump in Archer's chest instead.
Sure, Natalie Portman did years of ballet to prepare for Black Swan, but could she pull off 250-lb dead-lifts? Exactly. Jena Malone details her workout routine she used to train for her new movie Sucker Punch.
Let's take a moment to celebrate everyone's favorite type of drunken spectacle—the kind captured live on television. Here, we've compiled some of the greatest tanked TV news moments, proving that live reporting and alcohol shouldn't mix.