Looking for a more "Instagrammable" product, Starbucks' introduced a limited-run technicolor affront to humanity.
"A little bit" is the highest answer a person can possibly give.
13-year-old Robert Irwin is proving as fearless and delightful as his old man.
Something tells us Sienna and Anthony had no idea what they were actually signing up for when they agreed to do this.
As the "trial of the century of the week" continues between Alex Jones and his ex-wife over custody of their daughter, Stephen can't help but pay homage to the angry personality that made Jones famous.
Conservative Stephen makes his appearance at 3:45 and, boy, we didn't realize how much we missed that raised brow of his.
Bill O'Reilly finally got the axe from Fox News so Noah decided to give him the grand send-off he so deserves.
Are you still a performance artist if your fans aren't in on it and believe everything you say?
Baldwin and Cobert squeeze an entire plays worth of character development into one final, climactic scene.
Spacey and Fallon perform a [adjective] scene as [number] tennis players with a thirst for [noun].
"You look like Matt Damon if he only ate butter."
Skip ahead to 3:50 if you don't want any exposition and just want to watch Colbert struggle to match Jones' guttural, vitriolic spew.
Chris Pratt takes the helm answering questions about what it feels like to be a part of a new, successful franchise and the boundaries of cosplay.
The fine folks working on "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2" offered Guillermo a role in the film, but he can't just stroll on set. He needs some guidance first.
Judd Apatow has been making great comedy for decades, so it's not hard to believe that he's collected quite the relics from different comedy legends over the years
At first Conan doesn't understand the concept. But as Luda explains his reasoning for animating his abdominals in his new music video, you can definitely see some jealousy creep across the talk show host's face.
Wait, let us get this straight: Your toes can just fall off with age and bad shoes?! Holy smokes. We can't wait until we're all robots or uploaded to the cloud or something and don't need to worry about bodily concerns like our toes falling off.
Airlines know we just want the cheapest flight no matter what, so they can treat us like garbage.
Leno comes out of late night retirement to give his two cents on Kimye divorce rumors, Donald Trump and the economy.
Jimmy Kimmel held back tears last night talking about his friend Don Rickles, who passed away Thursday from kidney failure at 90 years old.
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