For the second time this month, a TV interview with Bill Cosby has been canceled. The comedian also stayed silent when grilled on the rape accusations on NPR.
My vest does make me feel pretty.
Answering your inqueeries…
Late night stays white because it’s taken everything it needs from black pioneers like Arsenio Hall. Comedian W. Kamau Bell weighs in on why that matters.
“I wish she were here right now because if she was here right now, she would make a joke about how she just passed away — and she would get away with it because it would be really funny.”
It’s both cute and functional.
“Michael Sam is gay, are we not over this yet?”
What a magical gem this Late Night sketch is.
Sleep is for the weak. And the daytime, probably.
No night is complete until you’ve devoured poor food choices.
Why trash talk on the court when you can just trash talk on Twitter?
But unfortunately it’s a no-go for Big Foot or Nessie.
You’ll sleep when you’re dead. Maybe.
Anytime is a good time for a taco al pastor.
This is who you’ll aspire to be when you grow brolder.
Lions, and tigers, and (manly) bears, oh my! The 30 Rock halls look as lively as ever.
He could be the latest cast member of Rock Of Ages on Broadway.
Looks like Poehler has an excellent back-up sidekick option if Tina Fey ever retires.
Straight from the source: Seth Meyers himself.
It’s an SNL reunion already!
This is what happens when Jimmy leaves to go do another show.
This is destiny! Here are just a few reasons why Seth is ready to take over the Late Night desk on February 24.
That hurts. Check out some of Seth’s greatest burns from behind the Weekend Update desk, and get excited for even more dishing when Late Night with Seth Meyers premieres on February 24.
Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier turned back the clock in an adorable bit for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Ah yes, the proverbial Late Night Pickle™. An obvious tradition that has definitely been passed from Jay Leno to Conan O’Brien and back to Leno again.