Who's gonna train me?!
Plus, Emma Roberts' Team-Twilight taste gets called in to question by Robert Pattison, on our regular late-night roundup.
"The best possible circumstance for me is ass-kicking."
Plus, Stephen Colbert looks at another nineties rap-video conspiracy theory the president's flack might have to deal with this summer, on our regular late-night roundup.
From one enchantingly voiced man to another.
... and everyone else, because everyone loves the Beatles.
And Doug Liman is still making 'Survivor' jokes.
So begins the GOP's push for Lautner in 2012.
Who will win the award for Cutest Couple?
Plus: 'Where the Wild Things Are' gets the Obama stamp of approval, sort of.
"I'm going to forcefully sodomize your editor."
Both right-wingers and art insiders were disappointed in the choices.
You've read the transcript and heard the audio, now you can watch Obama chastising Kanye in an off-the-record interview.
President Obama will follow up his fake interview on 'The Jay Leno Show' last night with a real one on Monday's 'Letterman.'
Plus: 'Juno' gets a spiritual sequel.
That's right — Ben Silverman recently made an appearance at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
If Taylor Lautner plays his cards right, he might be next!
Rascal Flatts more famous than Obama? Puhleeze!
Despite quitting 'House' a few months ago, Kal Penn has yet to start his job on the Hill.
The talking robot living inside of the popular e-reader pronounces our president's name "Bay-rack Oh-bamma."
The White House clearly has a more liberal vacation policy than we thought.
Curiously, Renée Zellweger is another one of the Honorary Chairmen for this season of the ABT.
HBO has optioned the forthcoming book on the 2008 presidential election from Mark Halperin and our own John Heilemann.
President Obama used his appearance on 'Leno' last night as an excuse to test some of his edgier material.
Due to Time Constraints, Concert Audiences Will Miss Out on the Wisdom of Def Leppard Singer Joe Elliot
Plus: 'Damages' kills guy way faster than 'The Sopranos' could.