The work week isn't over yet. Thank goodness for Paul Rudd and his amazing lip-synching skills. Tina Turner and Freddie Mercury would be proud.
Twitter has some sharp words for Gov. Jan Brewer, who may or may not veto a bill that would legalize anti-LGBT discrimination in Arizona.
To prepare audiences for the level of shade throwing drama that will unfold on the season six premiere, RuPaul's Drag Race, alums recreate the 1994 Harding/Kerrigan figure skating scandal in 6 second micro episodes.
Kristen Wiig does an uncanny impression of One Direction's Harry Styles and brings out the screaming teenage girl in all of us.
Jimmy Fallon starts a new chapter for late night and brought along a lot of friends, including Lady Gaga, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and the formerly "banned from The Tonight Show forever" Joan Rivers.
Neil Patrick Harris wants to quench your thirst with his bedroom eyes, and bottled water.
Russian political analyst Sergey Markov tells a Daily Show correspondent that gay sex is not normal. You know, like having sex with a conference table isn't normal.
Appearing in character on The Colbert Report, actor Scott Thompson spoke with gay U.S. ambassador Dan Baer about the infamous statute.