Seth Rogen stopped by The Tonight Show last night and told Jay Leno about how no one in Europe has any clue that he's ever been in a movie. And, congrats to him, he lost 800 pounds in preparation for his role in The Green Hornet.
The kids of Modern Family (Nolan Gould, Ariel Winter, and Rico Rodriguez) were on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night discussing what it's like to be a kid on a television show's set. And damn, Gould is only 12-years-old and that kid is already in the 9th grade? Who knew that someone who played such a dumb character could be so smart.
Olivia Munn told David Letterman on The Late Show about what it was like to grow up in Japan and Oklahoma. And she gave a tip to all the high school kids out there: if you want to make friends, have a party. And if the cops come? Just pretend you're asleep.
Denis Leary caught up with Conan last night, revealing that his inspiration to start tweeting was, in fact, Conan. And we got a little insight into the celebrity world of tweeting. Turns out, like anything else celebrities do, they can't tweet alone.
Paul Giamatti stopped by Late Night and talked with Jimmy Fallon about what it's like to deal with a snow storm in New York City. The best part? Watching your kids play in snow drifts full of dirt, piss, and blood.
Former governor of Minnesota Tim Pawlenty got all serious last night on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. The two discussed the current political landscape and if there is really a fundamental change happening in government right now.
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