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Jimmy Kimmel pitted two foreigners against one another, both vying for a room in the swanky Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Seth is having trouble wrapping his mind around the president's penchant for instigating "pointless squabbles" with America's allies.
It is kind of on the nose that Melania Trump, spouse of a certified professional bully, chose combating cyberbullying as the cause she wanted to get behind as FLOTUS.
Sure, she leads with jokes about Rex Tillerson and Mike Pompeo. And sure, they're okay. But the earnest way Sam Bee ends this segment on the students who walked out of their schools across the country yesterday to protest gun violence is worth sticking around for.
Really, it was never fair to pit cool, handsome young man Darren Criss against professional goofball Patton Oswalt. And yet, here we are, thanks to James Corden.
In honor of spring break, Kimmel and his audience guess which pedestrians have donned birthday suits in front of random people.
Kevin tries to convince Terry that his smaller stature somehow makes him a better athlete.
In a rehearsal for "The Late Show," Colbert asked if they could partner up on a rendition of one of Johnson's songs.
"[Tillerson] had the energy of a fourteen-year-old bloodhound on his forth mint julep. He always looked like he was walking through a fart cloud."
Who needs the expensive sound mixing of the real film when you have James Corden banging on a drum with a ladle?
Brady has always found the smell of strawberries too disgusting to even give the fruit a chance.
We're pretty sure neither knows what planets are.
Oliver is highly skeptical that the hype around Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is more than just a passing fad.
As usual, Trump is sticking to his usual standards: tell the untruth, the whole untruth, and everything but the truth.
We're still not sure how we feel about Bryant winning an Oscar for his short "Dear Basketball," but we agree with him on the lack of diversity in the animation business.
It's hard to keep track of the scandals Trump is currently embroiled in, so Meyers takes a deep dive into all of them, from Russian meddling to Stormy Daniels.
"Tax limitation is human liberation," argues the law's biggest proponent and self-described "crazy man" Douglas Bruce.
Tween girl John Cena may just be the best John Cena.
It's a deeply troubling allegation against someone who holds the highest office in America, but let's just laugh it off while we can.
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