The racist comments made by Donald Sterling were a big story all over the country this weekend, but it was especially big here in LA.
Jennifer has been having a hard time coming up with a title for her new album so Jimmy helps her out.
Guillermo decided to write a bunch of questions for Jennifer so Jimmy asks her to answer one of them.
Jennifer Lopez's new song is called "I Luh Ya Papi." "Luh" is short for "love." Lyrics like that can be confusing, especially for older people who don't know the new lingo.
Jimmy shares his thoughts on controversial remarks made by LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling - and he offers the perfect solution.
Jennifer reveals that her kids were the reason she put "Big Booty" on her new album.
Elisabeth talks about doing karaoke with Jon Hamm, and her show "Mad Men" coming to an end.
Jimmy weighs the good and the bad of going on a spring break trip.
Jimmy asks Hugh about shooting Hannibal in the town Rob Ford serves as mayor.
Lena and Jimmy talk about their shared experience of working at a video rental store, and the two bond over their love for the film The Man in the Moon.
Lena gives two tiny spoilers to the season finale of Girls.
Jimmy and Questlove team up to compete against Lena Dunham and Hugh Dancy in a game of Pyramid!
Shot in 3D in Hollywood, Foster The People play tracks from Torches including Pumped up Kicks, Miss You and Houdini. Shearwater play Breaking The Yearlings and Pushing The River from their 2012 release Animal Joy
Ben Stiller hosts Saturday Night Live with musical guest, Foster The People!
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