What better way to celebrate the age of Aquarius than to take off all your clothes and run through the streets of LA with Broadway's most famous face?
UVA graduate Tina Fey felt "sick" watching white supremacists walk across the campus of her alma mater — and so she came up with a sweet call to action.
It's the fight of the decade.
Meyers unsurprisingly has a few choice words for the man who seems to have a hard time choosing his own.
Trump's top aide Steve Bannon is rumored to be on the chopping block.
"Trump is like a bad waitress in a crappy diner who is trying to get fired so she can go to a concert."
Lelise Jones is the ultimate sleuth and teller of un-truths.
Well, more like mothafrickin'... this was on network TV after all.
Normally, Meyers is here to tease Trump, but this time around he has something far more sincere and important to say.
There's a lot of misinformation about North Korea out there which certainly isn't helpful at a time like this. Here's one thing we do know: North Korea is really into accordions. Very, very into accordions.
She also tries to get Stephen to fix the Emmy awards.
We could have never imagined these humans all at once in the same room together, but here we are — and it's a beautiful thing.
"If you don't people to start taking drugs, stop making them think the end of the world is imminent."
"Whenever the Doctor changes, there's a backlash, because that's a character that people love."
"Give me your entitled, your angry, your gaming masses, yearning to meme free."
They both want a piece of John Boyega, but only one can win.
No, it's not in South America. No, it's not next to Canada.
You know the sauce is too spicy when Colbert can barely answer "Lord of the Rings" trivia questions.
We'd go to any summer camp that had Billy Crystal and Keegan Michael-Key as counselors.
All right James Corden, we probably won't subscribe to Apple Music for this, but this clip is pretty dang heartwarming.
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