As the non-sober companion.
The 3-D movie adaptation of the BBC documentary miniseries puts CGI dinosaurs in a blender with live settings, Justin Long, and poop jokes.
They're alright, alright, alright.
"He calls me insufferably smug ... Which I think is a little heavy-handed."
"That’s your decision to spend the rest of your life with somebody. Why should all of your friends then have to jump through hoops?"
Justin Long! Ari Graynor!
Movie actors now see that getting into TV isn't a step down, and so the networks' star wish lists are less unrealistic.
John Hodgman is funny, knows a lot of famous people.
Boy meets 'New Girl.'
Hmmm. That sounds nice.
They also discuss genitalia and meth, as Long fills in for Hoda Kotb.
"While there's no defense for my performance in the movie (everyone is obviously entitled to their opinion), I have to say, I'm surprised by the amount of stock you seem to invest in my looks."
Christina Applegate can sketch his penis from memory.
Could a romantic comedy be made out of your life? Yes!
Plus, Stephen Colbert uses some extreme language to let climate-change expert Heidi Cullen know just the kind of weather American kids like.
As should we all be.