Jimmy Fallon looks at the pros and cons of Barack Obama becoming the first president of the United States to have a personal Facebook page.
John Cleese tells a story, as only he can, about offering to kill his depressed mother and stuff her body after she was dead to cheer her up.
Val Kilmer has agreed to return as Iceman For 'Top Gun 2'.
Charlie Sheen revealed he was HIV positive on the 'Today' show Tuesday.
Jimmy Fallon, Justin Bieber, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and The Roots' Tariq each pair up with a driver competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.
Josh Hutcherson calculates how many interviews he's done over the course of promoting the films in the 'The Hunger Games' franchise.
Using footage from the previous debates, 'Late Night' host Seth Meyers inserts himself as moderator of a debate between the Republican presidential candidates.
James Corden talks with Anthony Anderson, Harry Connick Jr and Ethan Hawke about giving their kids "the talk."
Conan O'Brien and his assistant Sona drop by a Armenian marketplace to pick up everything from dried apricots to "Armenian Viagra."
In a conversation with Conan O'Brien, Lizzy Caplan tells the host about her love of sausages.
Netflix has released its first trailer for Bill Murray's 'A Very Murray Christmas', an all-star musically-driven holiday special.
Former 'Two and a Half Men' star Charlie Sheen says has revealed he has HIV.
Director JJ Abrams is finally dropping a few more hints about Luke Skywalker absence in the trailers and marketing for 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'.
James Smith is returning his wife's Woman of the Year award after Caitlyn Jenner was bestowed with the same honor.
On this week's episode of Oprah's 'Master Class', Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson remembered a personal story which fortunately had a happy ending.
Seth Rogen recalls bumping into Kanye West soon after he mocked the singer for his 'Bound' music video.
Liam Hemsworth tells Jimmy Kimmel how he ended up carrying Jennifer Lawrence's Purse on the Great Wall of China, while touring to promote 'The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2'.
Most of the world agrees that it's united against ISIS but Stephen Colbert wonders what that really means.
Stephen Colbert takes a shot at trying to bring Bill Maher back to religion.
Aziz Ansari tells Conan O'Brien he had no idea that it was actually a white actor who wore brown face makeup to portray an Indian in the 'Short Circuit' movies.
CBS is replacing at least two of its episodes on this week's lineup following the Paris terrorist attacks.
Director Danny Boyle thinks 'Steve Jobs' massively flopped at the box office because the film went wide too soon.
John Oliver didn't try to mince words or hide his feelings on Sunday night's 'Last Week Tonight'.
Donald Trump was happy to see MMA fighter Ronda Rousey lose her battle Holly Holm with a brutal knockout.
John Cleese doesn't do many interviews but the comedy legend sits down with Stephen Colbert and tells the host how he and his fellow Pythons pitched their show to the BBC.
Ethan Hawke tells Jimmy Fallon about his new parenting book, Rules for a Knight, in which he uses knights to explain life rules to children.
Anna Faris tells James Corden that men shouldn't be too concerned about sounds their partners make in bed unless they she sounds like a dying hyena -- in which case she's obviously faking it.
Adrianne Palicki tells Jimmy Kimmel that she's not one of those fake female superhero fans and she has the tattoo to prove it.
Paul Dano reprises his role of Brian Wilson from 'Love & Mercy' with a rendition of 'Barbara Ann' with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.
Justin Bieber is looking for another home because he's finally realized he doesn't want any neighbors.
Rebel Wilson is accusing the Kardashian family of a "smear campaign" against her after she criticized the reality TV fixtures and their road to fame.
'One Life To Live' actor Nathaniel Marston has died from his injuries two weeks after he crashed a pickup truck and was ejected from the vehicle. He was 40.
In an appearance on the 'Late Show' to promote his book and stand-up gig, Judd Apatow reveals that he's been saying his wife name wrong for 18 years.
Lou Diamond Phillips does a perfect impression of Antonio Banderas, who he describes as the "Pied Piper of Panties."
James Corden gets the superhero talk going on the 'Late Late Show' by revealing Melissa Benoist's superhero figurine then showing a clip of Jeb Bush's opinion that "she's pretty hot."
Jimmy Fallon and Elizabeth Banks team up against Tim McGraw and Jon Glaser for a game of Catchphrase.
After hearing that James McAvoy's son loves rubbing his shaved head while riding his shoulders, Jimmy Fallon wants to see what it feels like.
This week's edition of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Unnecessary Censorship' features Hillary Clinton, Ben Carson, Donald Trump and Shaggy & Scooby-Doo begging for a "f--- truck."
Aaron Paul is stoked about 'Breaking Bad' iconic meth suits making it to the Smithsonian.
Jon Stewart may have stepped down from 'The Daily Show' but that doesn't mean the former host of the Comedy Central program won't express his opinion about politics.
Now that Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's marriage is history, details are coming out about what prompted their split.
Jesse Eisenberg tells Conan O'Brien about celebrating a vegan Thanksgiving with his family.
During a chat about Adrianne Palicki's time working at Los Angeles' The Magic Castle, a club for magicians, Jimmy Kimmel wonders if the actress dated any of the guests.
Billy Crystal tags in to tell a few "so old" jokes about Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
After Anna Faris pulls out her secret weapon for crying on command, a menthol tear stick, James Corden and Joshua Jackson decide they want to give it a test drive so the three of them are in tears together.
Jimmy Kimmel takes video from the old 'Wacky Races' cartoon and combines it with audio from Tuesday night's Republican debate.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, the WWE's The Undertaker makes an appearance on 'The Tonight Show' to perform his signature move.
Rob Lowe tells Jimmy Kimmel how he ended up with a gold McDonald's card that guarantees him free food for a year.
Mariah Carey and Ralph Fiennes have joined 'The Lego Batman Movie', a spinoff from the successful 'Lego Movie'.
On Tuesday, Shia LaBeouf invited fans to join him for a movie marathon at the Angelica Film Center in New York to watch all his movies with him.
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