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Amy Poehler Is Obsessed With Onions: Late Last Night

Amy Poehler stopped by The Tonight Show to talk with Jay Leno about how she slips back into a Boston accent whenever she fights with family. And oh yeah, who knew that onions pretty much solve everything? Next time I sprain an ankle, I'm putting onions on it. Thanks, Amy! (Also, PARKS AND RECREATION RETURNS TONIGHT.)

In other news, did you know that Betty White is 89?! She stopped by Late Night and told Jimmy Fallon about the plans for her upcoming 90th year. And really, there isn't anything bad to be said about her. Even in her old age (which she doesn't look at all), she remains just as wonderful as ever.

A somewhat pregnant Natalie Portman chatted with Conan O'Brien about creating her role in Black Swan. And really, it's nice to know that she recognizes what makes a film a critically-acclaimed potential Oscar-nominee -- obviously, the girl on girl action.

Don Rickles talked with Jimmy Kimmel about a whole mess of things: his childhood in Brooklyn, what it's like to be Mr. Potato Head, and finally, in typical Don Rickles fashion, insulting nearly everyone he could.

Journalist Paul Clemons stopped by The Daily Show and discussed blue-collar decline with Jon Stewart. In one year, he watched a Detroit stamping plant be disassembled, only to discover that the shut-down factory was creating parts that the Chrysler factory next door needed.

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Ron Reagan talked with Stephen Colbert about his new book and how he fought with his father on politics. And, like any good American, Stephen didn't read the book. Instead, he had his assistant read it and the information trickled down to Stephen's brain.

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