Noah Dyer wants to practice radical transparency in his campaigning, which sounds great until he starts rehashing all the crazy group sex he's had.
Skip to 3:45 for his two cents on the matter.
Harry caps off his stint co-hosting "The Late Late Show" covering fan favorites and swapping fabulous outfits with James.
Cranston has spent a lot of time on set with "dynamo" Kevin Hart. Some might say *too* much time.
How many blockbuster revelations can there be in just one week? A lot, apparently.
Everyone hums a jingle under their breath every now and again, but these two take it too far.
Is there life after death? Is mathematics the underlying structure of the universe or a human invention? Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?
The youth of today don't just need to know how a bill passes through Congress, they also need to understand how the president can just spout falsehoods without consequence.
The last eight days in the White House have been Soviet-insanity... but at least Trump gave Melania a thoughtful Mother's Day present?
"The good news: Trump is finally telling the truth. The bad news: it's only to high-ranking Russian officials."
We had a tough time believing nobody could recognize Clark Kent as Superman simply because he was wearing thick rimmed glasses and, well, now we're not so sure.
When a stodgy security guard wouldn't let Styles in without ID, the pop star had to bat those lashes and convince her otherwise.
Melissa McCarthy returned to "Saturday Night Live" for a solid 8 minutes of Sean Spicer goodness — although the final minute goes to some weird places.
They're sick of your macaroni necklaces and yard sale Christmas ornaments. Get these ladies a massage or a fine bottle of sauvignon blanc for god's sakes.
Little did the Donald know that this was Stephen's grand plan all along.
"America is among, and in, deep shit."
They carve wood, they make sex jokes, they star in popular NBC sitcoms and the go on late night shows together. What more could you possibly want from a celebrity couple?
She can't tell us when the premiere will be, but we have a feeling that whenever it does come out it'll be fetch.
When you sum up all the major news events surrounding this story back-to-back the way Sam Bee does, they do seem pretty crazy.
John Oliver, Ed Helms, Samantha Bee, Rob Corddry and Jon Stewart joined Colbert on the "Late Show" last night to rehash old memories and tackle a new administration. It was everything we could have hoped for — except, where the heck was Steve Carrell?
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