Stephen Colbert was on his A-game last night as he talked about his beef -- or more accurately, ""beef-bone"" -- with Kevin Spacey on The Colbert Report. So Spacey, what? You think you can just live in London and make your money on the poor American public? What kind of person are you?! Thankfully, we have patriots like Colbert who aren't afraid to get nasty with the Hollywood liberal elite.
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Donald Trump stopped by Late Night to announce the cast of the next season of Celebrity Apprentice -- which will feature Gary Busey, among others. I'm with Jimmy Fallon on this one. Seeing Busey attempting to make business deals will now doubt be crazy awesome. Emphasis on the crazy. And oh yeah, that crazy naked dude from the first season of Survivor will be on it as well.
Seth Rogen chatted it up with Jimmy Kimmel last night, revealing that he'd lost over 800 pounds for his role in The Green Hornet. He also shared a story about being hammered drunk when he was 16 on New Year's and, well, a random woman grabbed his balls. Let's be honest, if this was any other actor in the world, this story probably wouldn't be funny. But, there's just something about Rogen that makes his stories about testicles so damn charming.
Ron Howard talked with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show about his 52 years in the business and how the hell he hasn't turned into a cynical old bastard yet. He credits it to just ""loving his work."" So, there ya have it, America. The secret to a happy life? Love your job. Thanks, Ron Howard!
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Eric Stonestreet stopped by The Tonight Show and talked about his Golden Globe nomination with Jay Leno. Turns out, last year the actor realized that he had actually ""made it"" when he had the tremendous opportunity of peeing next to Robert De Niro.
Kelsey Grammar discussed his divorce/new marriage on The Late Show. And turns out, we learned about one of David Letterman's biggest fears: what if his kid wants a TV show, but frankly, his kid isn't funny?