Will Ferrell's Next Role: Late Last Night
Last Night, Will Ferrell declared his next film role on Letterman, and it's one of tremendous Broadway drama. He'll be replacing Catherine Zeta-Jones in "A Little Night Music." And here's some proof in case you're a hater.
Sylvester Stallone talked to Jay Leno about what it was like to make The Expendables and the importance of sewing one's lips together as a means of losing weight. He also made the very astute observation that getting Arnold Schwarzenegger to act again was a challenge, because it was like taking the rust off of a rusty something. Does that mean Stallone knows what osmosis is too?
Kathy Griffin talked to Jimmy Fallon about how she's nominated and how he's hosting. She's expecting him to do bits, but she also explained how she doesn't have a ticket to the Primetime Awards, even though she's nominated. There's probably a reason for that that she's not picking up on.
This past Saturday, Chelsea Clinton got married, and Jon Stewart pointed out it was so huge, so gigantic, and so monumental, that the rest of us are better off not even trying to top anything she did. I mean, did you hear what happened to that other woman who was getting married in Rhinebeck that very same Saturday? You didn't, did you? That's because the secret service took her away, gave her and her husband one banana (for the two of them, they're married now), and shot them up into space like they did in the 60s to monkeys. They haven't been heard from since. If we're to avoid a similar fate, we'll forget about the tax benefits that come with marriage and change our calendars so there's only 364 days in a year, and we'll leave July 31st entirely to Chelsea Clinton Mezvinsky. She's basically already taken it away from us anyway.
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And Stephen Colbert talked about the London Olympics and the illegal bullfighting that fraternities use to gauge how interested pledges are in keeping their lives.
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