Jennifer Aniston's Working Hard: Late Last Night
Jennifer Aniston talked to Jay Leno about how hard she's working on her various projects, which includes going to Mexico to be photographed topless for a campaign for a perfume that's probably too strong and smells like sea salt.
Then she talked about her new movie, The Switch, which is about how she wants a baby and gets some sperm to inseminate herself with, but Jason Bateman is drunk in the bathroom and he knocks over the cup so he fills it up with his own party favors.
Jimmy Fallon talked to 50 Cent about his new movie, Twelve, where he plays a drug dealer and what it was like to try and convince director Joel Schumacher he was worthy of the role. You'd think he could have just shown him all his bullet wounds!
Paul Rudd discussed his experiences as the "bad tooth fairy" with David Letterman, and how all the parents of his son's friends are livid that little Jack got $20 for losing one tooth instead of, you know all of them.
Jon Stewart talked about Obama's appearance on The View, and how people think it's suspicious, or wrong, or needy, or lame, or something. But all those people seemed to have forgotten who our last president was. I don't blame them, really - this new one's just so handsome! Even almost two years in!
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And Stephen Colbert reminded us of how our government wants to restrict the kinds of food advertisements that our fat kids see, because they can't fit into their desks anymore and have to take their math tests by sitting on yoga balls. They want to make advertisements tougher and less loosey goosey, so kids can get it through their chunky brains that eating Cap'n Crunch four times a day will lead to their yoga balls breaking and they'll have to take their tests sitting on the ground. And THAT would be embarrassing!
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