Last night, Jack Black stopped by the "The Tonight Show" to plug his upcoming movie. That doesn't mean he didn't have the time to channel his Tenacious D and get a little weird with it.
It's hard out there for any actor, but when you've got protruding mandibles and a pie crust forehead, it's hard beyond belief.
"The year is 2038. White people are no longer calling the cops on innocent black people. Why? Roy Wood Jr.'s shadow force, the PreCops."
Did she throw out more than a thousand dollars worth of his personal items? Or is he making it all up?
It doesn't matter if it's bird, bug or fowl, Kevin Hart wants nothing to do with it.
Those who get it will really get it. Those who don't, well, maybe it's time to pick up an instrument.
This mushroom has suddenly lost all of his magic.
"I can't believe this needs saying, but: It's never okay to try to rape somebody, not even in high school."
Because you deserve a goddamn glamorous Wednesday.
CONAN Highlight: When she was in college, Elizabeth spent a semester in Russia drinking vodka and learning Russian curse words. More CONAN @ http://teamcoco....
One flipped and is cooperating with the government, the other is close to having the government flip on him.
Lenny Kravitz made a career out of destroying covers of classic hit songs, so he's basically the worst possible person to pit yourself against in a game of musical charades, but we'll let Jimmy Fallon and Reese Witherspoon figure that out for themselves.
If you miss Stephen Colbert's highly political comedy from "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report," you'll want to watch this clip of him shredding the pharmaceutical industry for its role in the nation's opioid crisis.
It's a new day, but it all feels old.
Unsuspecting New Yorkers grin and bear it while two mustachioed men lip sync and dance in their faces to "What Do You Mean?"
Potty humor will never go out of style.
Voting rights? Who needs 'em?
But we doubt that the people who need to watch this — those that subscribe to the conspiracy — would even consider this point of view.
With guests John Goodman and Drew Barrymore.
But why is The Root's MC Black Thought shaking a shoe?
That's our best stuff for today. Great job! Read more