Jimmy Kimmel and pals unite to fight AIDS, singing the celebrity anthem, "We're Going To Hell"

For the last four Novembers, Jimmy Kimmel has temporarily turned his Jimmy Kimmel Live! set into the Home Shopping Network, complete with an all-star lineup of celebrity guests hawking branded products. Luckily, it’s all for a good cause, as Kimmel, in conjunction with noted do-gooder and occasional rock icon Bono’s…

In his season finale, John Oliver plays authoritarian bingo, warns we're on the verge of losing

“The world is dabbling with something very dangerous right now,” warned John Oliver at the conclusion of his last Last Week Tonight main story of the year on Sunday. No, not our near-universal obsession with Bradley Cooper’s new version of A Star Is Born. Sure, that’s hyperbolic and a little weird, but basically…

Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper, and Ed Helms all try to bully SNL host Steve Carell into that Office reboot

With former The Office star, current dramatic leading man, and three-time host Steve Carell in the house for last night’s Saturday Night Live, several audience members couldn’t help but pester him during his monologue about when/if a rumored reboot of the classic-for-most-of-its-run NBC series was happening.…

Stephen Colbert assesses Trump AG and time-traveling Bigfoot penis-toilet pitchman Matthew Whitaker

Oh, would that that were just a funny headline. Well, at least a funny headline not 100 percent based in the truth that the acting Attorney General of the United States is a flim-flam artist with a long and documented history of shilling for giant penis toilets and Bigfoot parties. Oh, and time-travel. As Stephen…

Moe gets his heart broken again, but The Simpsons can't make us care this time

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How invested should we be in Moe’s happiness? Springfield’s worst barkeep and intermittent stalker creepo is traditionally played for a joke, specifically as a collection of disreputable businessman tropes and depressive, lonely guy dark comedy. “Looks like it’s suicide again for me,” might be Moe’s motto, going back…

SNL’s Pete Davidson eats crow for mocking wounded vet Dan Crenshaw, who delivers more in person

Last week, Pete Davidson took a passing shot at wounded former Navy SEAL and current Texas Republican Congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw. Specifically, he made a joke about how Crenshaw’s eye patch made him look like a “hitman in a porno movie.” (Crenshaw lost his eye when an IED blew up in his face during his third…

Tracy Morgan tells pal Seth Meyers he's staying away from politics, citing "crazy motherfucker" Kanye

On a crazy motherfucker of a week, sometimes you just need a little Tracy Morgan in your life. For Seth Meyers, who spent his Thursday “A Closer Look” segment breaking down how Donald Trump has “lost his mind” desperately looking to distract people from both the looming Mueller investigation and the Republicans’…

Stephen Colbert asks CBS' Major Garrett about being on the floor for Trump's presser meltdown

On a day when the press became the story—that of an unhinged, panicky bully berating and eventually banning reporters for asking questions he didn’t like—Stephen Colbert was lucky enough to have booked a journalist who was on the ground for all the action. CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett was on The Late

Before the Election Night deluge, Stephen Colbert sings from the submarine we're stuck in together

If you were someone who thought it wise to record every late-night show’s live election coverage of the midterm elections on Tuesday, you should be finished catching up right . . . about . . . Friday. Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, and Trevor Noah all went live to run down the results, implications,…

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