This week, Pippa Middleton gave her first televised interview on theToday show, and Funny or Die threw a surprise birthday party for America in honor of the Fourth of July. Jimmy Kimmel exposed bandwagon fans who were rooting for the U.S. in the World Cup, and also rewrote the lyrics to Trey Songz' "Na Na" so that old people could understand them. Chris Rock hosted the BET Awards, where he showed a video of himself interviewing white people at a monster truck rally about the show. Also, Showtime debuted the trailer for Season 2 of Masters of Sex, and Hulu geared up for the premiere of its original series The Hotwives of Orlando.
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Chris Rock interviews white people: Rock goes to "the whitest place he could find" (a monster truck rally) to get perspectives on the BET Awards. Awkward hilarity ensues.
Hotwives of Orlando trailer: This is one party you don't want to be tardy for. Meet the newest group of catty spouses — Hulu's Hotwives of Orlando (the capital of "whore couture"), which premieres on July 15 and stars 30 Rock's Kristen Schaal, Happy Endings' Casey Wilson and The Office's Angela Kinsey.
New Lyrics for Old People: Trey Songz was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, and performed an a cappella version of his song "Na Na" — while Kimmel translated the lyrics to make them more appropriate for older listeners.
World Cup Lie Witness News: The latest installment of Kimmel's "Lie Witness News" exposes "fans" who don't really know anything about American soccer, when they're asked about the performance of Landon Donovan (who was cut from the team) in this year's World Cup — including when he "scored off his butt against Saskatchewan."
Pippa Middleton's Today show interview: The royal sister-in-law grants her first interview on U.S. television to the Today show's Matt Lauer, talking about everything from her relationship to her sister Kate Middleton to her views on fame. In the excerpt below, she tells Lauer all about her adorable nephew Prince George.
Last Comic Standing's best jokes: In its eighth season, NBC's Last Comic Standing is anything but stale. This compilation highlights the 10 best jokes from this season so far. (The Oprah Underground Railroad one is particularly good.)
America's Surprise Birthday Party: It might not be patriotic, but this Funny or Die video, in honor of Independence Day, pays tribute to America, warts and all.
Masters of Sex trailer: After last season's cliff-hanger, where do Dr. William Masters (Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) go from here? The second season of Showtime's Masters of Sex, which premieres on Sunday, July 13, looks to be steamier than ever — and much, much more complicated, as the relationship between Masters and Johnson blurs the line between professional and personal. Check out the Season 2 trailer below: