"Goop" has started selling $60 "healing" stickers that can "hydrate" and "heal." Wanting to get in on such a smart/dumb market, Stephen has developed his own lifestyle brand "Covetton House."
Steve and Jimmy don silly wigs and take turns guessing whether strange facts are true or false, getting a rush of air for every wrong answer.
He did promise to grow American industries — we just didn't think he meant private mass incarceration.
Last night, Stephen Colbert revealed that he had snuck off to Russia for an upcoming special, and oh boy, we're very excited.
Given only the instrumentation of The Roots (and no lyrics), Pharrell and Fallon try to guess popular song titles.
"This bill is like a Slipknot tramp stamp. You definitely want to hide it and the people who've seen it are terrible people."
As the new healthcare bill will affect the lives of millions of Americans — the most important of which are children — Jimmy Kimmel decided to speak with some actual kids to hear their thoughts.
And the loser has to upload a video online explaining why the victor is their hero.
We are very jealous of these people who thought they were going to have a boring night in with some pizza and ended up having the time of their lives with our favorite Hollywood schlubs.
There's nothing more satisfying than someone with a name that perfectly describes who they are or what they do. Well, except for four of those people.
Is this feels like a weird art project, consider how weird reality is when pundits get paychecks for going on TV and repeating the word "fake news" over and over and over again.
This "between the scenes" segment where Noah talks candidly about his own experience with policing in America is way more moving than any official "Daily Show" bit we've seen in a long while.
Seth keeps his cool, but he goes pretty scorched-Earth pointing out literally every possible complaint about the Republican senators' secretive process around the American Health Care Act.
A video went viral recently of a high school overachiever criticizing certain aspects of his school and its administration. Midway through the speech, his audio was cut so he couldn't finish. Jimmy Kimmel invited the student to chat over Skype and gave him the opportunity to finish what he had to say.
Upon watching this, we became frightfully aware of how much we need to review our multiplication tables.
This legislation will affect tens of millions of people and only a small group of senators know what's in it.
Aubrey Plaza's late night appearances never fail to charm or amaze.
Will Ferrell and Jimmy Fallon played a simple improv game last night that involved answering questions with the first words that popped into their heads.
Every year, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" issues a Father’s Day YouTube Challenge — like spraying dad with a hose or creaming him in the face with breakfast in bed — but this year, Kimmel took a simpler tack and just asked kids to forcefully express their gratitude.
Despite his strict stance on drug enforcement, something about Sessions' behavior during his Senate hearing on Tuesday implies a more "recreational" attitude.
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