02:24 — J.K. Simmons is playing Commissioner Gordon in the upcoming "Justice League," but he's already J. Jonah Jameson in the Marvel universe. What gives?
01:25 — For the film he just wrapped, J.K. Simmons grew a beard and lost weight so that he could look terrible naked. He failed.
01:59 — Used to be, politicians had a little class and only cast aspersions on their opponent's penis size.
03:15 — Donald Trump may not be as Donald Trumpy as we've been led to believe.
03:33 — J.K. Simmons and Stephen know how much praise from a stern father means. Here, pull up a chair.
01:26 — Friend of the show Bill Walton stops by to lend some color commentary to the LSSC announcer booth.
03:43 — The world is full of so many heroes who never have a song sung about them. Fortunately, Stephen and Jane Krakowski are here to right that wrong.
01:50 — If there was a memo at Fox News, Chris Wallace is pretty sure he didn't get it.
03:04 — If you're obsessed with who's using what bathroom and what they've got downtown, you're the weirdo.
01:37 — Host of Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace explains why he stood his ground on not letting Donald Trump literally phone it in.
00:39 — Legendary rocker Bob Mould is a guitar teacher now. He welcomes your feedback.
04:36 — Fox News's Chris Wallace talks about last debate and upcoming election.
09:39 — Chris Wallace (Tom Hanks) moderates the final debate between Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon).
03:10 — Hot Topic: Woman Likens Childbirth to the "Big O"
01:48 — Like how much sleep to get and when to eat!
03:54 — Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel discusses what to expect from the Chris Wallace-moderated final presidential debate of the 2016 campaign season.
01:09 — 'Fox News Sunday' host Chris Wallace issued an apology to Kelly Clarkson after making offensive comments about her weight on a radio show Friday.
Bill Clinton lashes out at Chris Wallace, and a new study says Americans don't know how to read food labels.
Mitt Romney relies on Hallmark cue cards during his address, and Chris Wallace coins a new slogan for Fox News.