Jimmy Fallon welcomed a special surprise guest, director Judd Apatow — with some ideas to use Jimmy's finger-cast as advertising space.
"Well my initial impression was that insulting a whole class of people was a bad move — but apparently not!"
Jimmy Fallon returned from an interesting vacation — in which he almost lost a finger due to an unusual injury, an experience that has left him with profound gratitude to his doctors.
Larry inserted himself into the Fox News host's show, in order to give some aerial support to the one liberal guest against Bill's flip responses. "'So what'?! Slavery gets a 'So what'?!"
After reviewing the historical record, Larry Wilmore concluded that Obama is really the first president to use that word "without expecting someone to then immediately bring him a lemonade."
Jon Stewart, Jordan Klepper, and Hasan Minhaj had a collective reaction to the prospects of The Donald's candidacy that was less than "safe for work."
Larry Wilmore could only ask of Don Rumsfeld: You do realize that all your past comments ridiculing any doubts about the Iraq War are on tape, right?
Jimmy Kimmel looked at the latest problem on Capitol Hill: Police offers who have been leaving their guns in the public bathrooms.
Jon Stewart looked at Jeb Bush's contortions this week over whether he would have invaded Iraq — and wondered if, despite what Jeb says, maybe questioning that war isn't really the biggest "disservice" that's been ...
Republicans used to talk about banning gay marriage — and now they just have trouble answering whether they would personally attend a same-sex wedding.