The Tonight Show: Starring Jimmy Fallon
This week, Steve Carell joined The Tonight Show's barbershop quartet, The Ragtime Gals, to perform "Sexual Healing," and President Obama took over the desk at The Colbert Report for an evening. The cast of Saturday Night Live performed a sketch about Ferguson that never made it to air, and Martin Freeman and Kate McKinnon geared up for SNL's final episode of 2014. Also, a family from Austin, Texas set their epic Christmas light display to "Let It Go." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
It's difficult to find humor in the multitude of sexual assault allegations that have been lobbed at (slash resurfaced against)Bill Cosby this week, but Saturday Night Live managed to get a laugh out of it.
Jim Carrey returned to Studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live's Halloween episode this weekend, and offered fans a sneak peek of his inventive Halloween costume, as well as the upcoming Dumb and Dumber To (sort of).
Proving that Carrey can still do physical comedy just as well as subtle humor, two of the episode's funnier bits were recurring commercials that mocked Matthew McConaughey's current campaign for Lincoln, and a dance-off between Carrey and Kate McKinnon to Sia's "Chandelier."
Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader
Saturday Night Live paid tribute to former cast member Jan Hooks, who died last week at age 57, on Saturday's episode, with a gut-punching clip of her and former scene partner Phil Hartman in their "Love Is a Dream" short film.
Bill Hader returned to Studio 8H to host the show, and he wasn't the only familiar face who came back. He and his big-screen Skeleton Twins co-starKristen Wiig introduced the Hartman/Hooks sketch, and also teamed up for his opening monologue and a Hollywood Game Night parody sketch.
Sarah Silverman opened up Saturday Night Live by answering some hilarious audience questions — from her 20-year-old self!
Silverman kicked off her monologue by making some jokes before grabbing a hand-held mic and heading into the audience and plopping down on a woman's lap. After asking some philosophical questions and sharing some life lessons, the first-time host reminded us of her short stint as a featured performer on the series back in the '90s by cutting to her own question from back in the day. And nothing says the '90s like a question about Wilson Phillips' solo album. Watch her monologue and our other favorite clips from the night.
Kate McKinnon, Chris Pratt
This week, Saturday Night Live prepared to kick off its 40th season with new promos featuring host Chris Pratt, while former cast member Ana Gasteyer publicly apologized to Martha Stewart for impersonating her on national TV. Girls star Lena Dunham offered advice in a new web series, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson auditioned for Dancing with the Stars. Also, a heated "raining"-versus-"sprinkling" debate erupted between two toddlers and ended in a physical assault (adorably). Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Adam Levine, Jimmy Fallon
This week, Adam Levine demonstrated his hidden talent for doing musical impersonations on The Tonight Show and a baby elephant discovered the wonder that is a gigantic string of ribbon. Ed Sheeran hopped on the televised live musical bandwagon and dressed up like Little Orphan Annie, and Cookie Monster teamed up with John Oliver and other celebrities to give kids a language lesson. Plus: Showtime released the most revealing teaser yet for Homeland's upcoming fourth season. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Emmy season is here! For the next two weeks, voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 10. We at TVGuide.com have a few selections in mind ourselves. First up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Charlize Theron returned to Saturday Night Live for the first time since hosting in 2000, and it was ... unremarkable.
The episode didn't get off to a great start as the actress, who stars in Seth MacFarlane's upcoming film A Million Ways to Die in the West, delivered a rather mediocre opening monologue. But the episode wasn't all bad, and wrapped up with a very funny pre-recorded sketch about the typical tourists found in New York.
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Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time this weekend, and got some advice from his not-so-surprise guest, Emma Stone — as well as a liplock from Coldplay singer Chris Martin.