04:14 — It's easier just to retweet this clip than to actually watch it.
05:58 — Natasha Leggero, star of the new show "Another Period," confides to Stephen that she only lasted one day at her brothel job.
03:30 — The "Tarzan" star got ripped for his latest movie, and gets all misty-eyed telling Stephen about the time his trainer let him eat real food.
04:00 — Watch as Stephen tries to hold down his portion of KALLES, a Swedish staple that the New York Times says "challenges the universal gag reflex."
03:27 — Long before he was an invited guest, Skarsgård snuck into The Late Show disguised as a roadie for Tame Impala.
05:52 — Cleveland brings home an historic championship, and Stephen consults a higher power to learn how they pulled off the win.
01:01 — Alexander comes from a long line of Skarsgårds. He tells Stephen about one ancestor who owned a bar, smoked a cigar, and played guitar.
04:42 — The Jamaican musician visits The Late Show to perform "Weekend's Long" off his new self-titled album.
04:08 — James takes a moment to recap his favorite moments from the 'Empire' season finale, with a special appearance from boo boo kitty.
02:08 — When James asks Jerrod Carmichael about his writing process, he learns most of his accomplishments start in very long showers.
03:09 — James takes a closer look at a Google patent for adhesive that would attempt to minimize injuries for anyone hit by a car.
04:28 — Late Late Show music guest Ziggy Marley performs "Weekend's Long."
08:14 — When James learns he's at Dancing With The Stars to choreograph a bumper, and not the whole show, he swallows his pride and follows his destiny.
02:00 — When Five-0’s sketchy confidential informant is accused of murder, McGarrett asks his old friend Odell Martin to defend him.
01:00 — Scientists explore how plants and animals are affected by the changing Earth children provide tips on taking care of the planet.
04:01 — When other attorneys cower away from a case, McGarrett recruits his barber as a lawyer.
04:46 — The team takes the stand in hopes of proving the innocence of their confidential informant.
Jack Black and Will Smith provide the voices for Lenny, a vegetarian shark, and Oscar, a big-talking little fish, in this animated adventure.
Reggae star, Ziggy Marley talks to us about his comic book and the message behind it.
- Birth Name: David Nesta Marley
- Birth Place: Kingston, Jamaica
- Birthday: October 17, 1968, Libra
- Profession: Reggae singer