Jimmy Kimmel has become the unofficial prank master of late night TV, but once a year his wife and his show crew like to turn things around on him.
Quinto and Colbert are both pretty smart guys, so when they nerd out about their different theories on intelligent life outside our solar system, it's fun to listen.
Some of these news stories about the Trump family and administration are getting a little hard to follow. Thanks to Seth Meyers, we can kind of keep up. Kind of.
Unscrupulous operators have found so many ways to game the system, "rehab" has been rendered meaningless.
"Wait, so you're telling me that the Beatles are hula hooping behind me right now... and they're in the snow?"
Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin are such beautiful bastards that there was really never any hope for James Corden.
A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that almost one in four Americans has not read a book in the past year, which is depressing enough, but now we're wondering if "in the past year" was a typo for "ever."
We're not sure why this "demonstration" was necessary, but it did make Kimmel's dreams come true.
It's been a wild week of policy reversals and big news. Seth Meyers tries to untangle it all and, of course, skewers the Trump administration in the process.
And the celebrities keep coming. This short features: Brooke Shields, Jason Segel, Kathryn Hahn, Michael Shannon, Hugh Laurie, John Oliver, David Tennant, Willem Dafoe and Whoopi Goldberg.
He put on Stephen's glasses and stole the show.
Brolin talks about gearing up for the biggest summer of his life, forehead hangups and how damn handsome Ryan Reynolds is.
"You can't say there's no problem and also that you're solving the problem."
It's easy to be a talk show host when you have guests as quirky and entertaining as Zooey Deschanel and John Mulaney.
Nintendo released new add-ons for its Switch console. Coincidentally, Ariana Grande also released a new song.
Venezuelan President Maduro has mismanaged the affairs of his country with disastrous consequences.
This is their first TV performance in four years.
Glover admits to Kimmel that he's currently on an Internet-hiatus because he doesn't want to spend time stalking the crap out of his haters.
Famous folks like Anna Faris, Adam Scott, Tony Hale, Patton Oswalt and Will Forte read off quirky notes they've gotten from their moms in celebration of Mother's Day.
Digg is based in New York City, so you can guess where our allegiances lie.
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