Snooki -- err, excuse me -- I mean, Nicole Polizzi stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to talk about three very important things: a.) her new book, b.) the new season of Jersey Shore, and c.) Vinny's penis. Oh yeah, one more thing -- and this should not surprise anyone -- she didn't actually write her book. Instead, she told a collaborator to put ""her ideas how she wanted them,"" and then she'd approve. You know, just like Hemingway (and honestly, I can't tell if she's joking or not about not knowing who Hemingway is, eesh).
Tim McGraw stopped by Late Night to compete with Jimmy Fallon in a good ol' fashioned game of Ladder Golf. Now, this game often raises one simple question: how many jokes about balls can be done in a two minute period? Well, last night, it appeared that Fallon and McGraw were going for the record.
Jennifer Connelly told David Letterman on The Late Show about creating snow forts with her husband and children. You know, I'm happy when celebrities settle down to raise a family and enjoy their lives, but come on, let's be real here. Listen to that story and just try to not tell me that married celebrities are boring.
Jamie Foxx talked with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show about how often he gets pulled over. According to him, it happened last week, when he got pulled over for just ""being black and happy.""
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales chatted with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show about the website and accuracy of the website. But let's talk about what's most important here. Who the heck knew that Wikipedia was only 10 years old? How the hell did people find out information before it existed? Man. What a weird world to think about.
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Atul Gawande talked with Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report about his new book, The Checklist Manifesto, which addresses the importance of lists. And even though that sounds like the most boring thing ever, it actually seems pretty interesting. Weird, right?
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