Tracy Morgan was relatively subdued during his appearance on the “Late Show” last night, he still said more than enough to make David Letterman both laugh and scratch his head.
Will Ferrell wasn’t the first guy to show up on talk shows in character, doing conceptual comedy bits; Chris Elliott has been doing it for 30 years.
“The Daily Show” went to the Park Slope Co-op to make fun of a dispute over whether the store should stock Israeli products./
While Jon Stewart was champing at the bit to joke about Dick Cheney’s heart transplant, he felt the pull to step away from it and address the tough to joke about story of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
The much-anticipated movie adaptation of “The Hunger Games” opened last night, and Jimmy Kimmel gave his audience a good explanation of what the movie is about, which is saying something given the fact that Jimmy has one of the youngest audiences in late night.
Kim Kardashian dropped by “The Tonight Show” last night to promote her perfume line, and Jay Leno’s line of questioning pretty quickly turned towards the aftermath of her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries.
Keeping to an offhanded quip he made a few weeks back, Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter did last night’s entire episode of “Conan” from a mini version of their set.
Michelle Obama and David Letterman had a very easygoing conversation on the “Late Show” last night, a sign that Dave was charmed by the First Lady. Right before she talked about her excursion to a DC-area Target last year, she and Dave talked about Bo, the Obama family dog.
The ever-so-handsome Jon Hamm dropped by “Conan” last night to promote the new season of “Mad Men” and his new movie “Friends With Kids,” and Conan O’Brien couldn’t resist showing Hamm some pictures from a Tumblr that celebrates his many expressions in press photos.
In order to attract some attention to its temporary move into “Glee’s” timeslot, “Raising Hope” called on a big name to guest star: Katy Perry.