Last night, the congresswoman spoke with Seth Meyers about the ways in which her working-class background is an asset in Washington, the strange questions her Republican counterparts insist on making in hearings and why she pays her staff a living wage.
The two take an important tangent to delineate between hair ties, scrunchies and rubber bands.
"Six candidates: fifteen will lose and, well, one will probably will probably also lose and we'll be stuck with this toilet monster for another four years."
Gonzaga University exists — but it's very fun to ruffle the feathers of Gonzaga fans, alumni and Spokane locals.
"I think a lot of people resist getting diagnosed because of the stigma...[but] the tools that we've been given have made his life so much better and our marriage and our life more manageable."
The India-Pakistan divide is an essential issue for the upcoming 2019 Indian elections. Here, much to his family's dismay, Indian-American Hasan Minhaj breaks down the many storylines around the country's race and why so much of it is so similar to the US.
It's as strange and sophomoric as you'd imagine.
"I once had a full make-out session with someone while a YouTube video of rodeo bloopers was on in the background."
Harris describes her "modern" family, declares her support of the Mueller Investigations and relates her belief that the "robust" field of democratic presidential contenders is a good thing.
This is one of the most dynamic, unique musical performances we've ever seen on late night television.
"Well, it's another Monday and that means once again the President of the United States had a quiet, normal weekend full of hard work and sober reflection..."
"What an audience doesn't know is the best thing."
Well, "Fab Four" might be a more apt term as Bobby Berk didn't make it out for this one.
His team built out a street-side pool, enlisting Adam Rippon and Mark McGrath to act as judges.
You can bet your sweet tush that Jimmy is voting for O'Rourke in the primary because, with an impression this good, it would nice to have it in his back pocket for four years.
Bruno Mars makes for one expressive screenwriter.
"Some of these parents allegedly paid up to $6.5 million... Honestly, for that amount of money, just buy a smarter kid."
Ruffalo has gotten in trouble for spilling the beans in the past, so Fallon decided to swoop in and take unfair advantage.
Ramsay told Corden he wanted him to run the Los Angeles marathon with him. While Corden might not be ready to come along, he has come up with a devious way to help the famous chef train.
We apologize to our friends and loved ones as we are going to spend the foreseeable future learning how to "play" our teeth, too.
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