Mark Hamill was one of few people entrusted with the spoiler of all spoilers before "The Empire Strikes Back" came out — and when Harrison Ford found out, he said something a little foul to Hamill at the premiere.
"Stephen has a message for the FCC that also involves a phrase beginning with 'F.'"
Kevin is not one to do the standard walk and wave.
"I'm disappointed... and not because this dude had an opinion on politics. I'm disappointed because this dude was a counterintelligence officer who wasn't covering his tracks."
Look, after this week we can completely forget about Roy Moore and his failed campaign to win a Senate seat in one of the reddest states in the country. But while he's still fresh in our minds, lets fire up the burners.
If you're wondering why James Corden sounds and looks like Walter White, that's because Bryan Cranston was guest hosting the "Late Late Show" for the night.
How did Dennis Rodman get the authoritarian leader of a hostile nuclear power to take a liking to him? Well, he's the Worm, after all.
If you want to know what young people think is funny, listen to this guy.
"Roy Moore shouldn't even be in the race — and I'm not talking about the Senate race — I'm talking about the human race."
Countless independent analyses show the plan will increase the national debt but Steve Mnuchin is trying to convince us otherwise.
"Peppermint Patty and Marcie had gone to the pumpkin patch to wait for the great pumpkin but what they found was Linus van Pelt cold, alone and anything but great."
James has done many a "Carpool Karaoke" this year and, each ride, he's had his passenger sing a holiday jingle with him. Here's a glorious, holiday mash-up of it all.
Kimmel was out last week while his baby, Billy, had a second open heart surgery. While he was gone, an array of famous faces took over his hosting job. Now, Kimmel's back with his happy and healthy little one in tow.
Famous person Melissa McCartney hosted "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" last night to shed light on a vast left-wing conspiracy while less famous person/progressive shill "Jennifer Oooniston" popped by to offer counterpoints.
And we're getting increasingly amped for "The Disaster Artist."
James Corden gave the general manager of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball concert at The Forum a break, taking over duties which include working with a host of famous faces.
It's kind of ironic that a show called "Jimmy Kimmel Live" is so frequently guest-hosted by other people, but we don't really mind as long as we get other celebrities roasting Matt Damon every now and then.
They bumped up the gosh-darn estate tax minimum to $11 million? Late night comedy shows pretty much write themselves now, huh?
John Cena is a world class professional wrestler and solid funnyman, but his true calling is coming up with hilarious and obscure words on the spot.
"Earlier in the race, Trump didn't even endorse Roy Moore. Back then, Moore's reputation was as a bible-thumping defender of Christian values. But then, the sexual misconduct stuff comes out and Trump is like, 'my, man!'"
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