Still wish we knew what the deal was in the first place, though.
The first episode of The ArScheerio Paul Show.
"President Bill Clinton asked if I would come and meet him in some special room."
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler: highlight. Robert Downey Jr.: surprise lowlight.
We ♥ the nineties.
"I was like, 'I think I have a shot at this.'"
This is too good.
Kristen Wiig and Kevin Spacey are also in the star-studded spoof.
At an L.A. charity concert.
Plus: In a funny bout of circumstance, Rob Lowe does his best Bill Clinton impression, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Last Night on Late Night: Kevin Connolly Talks of President Obama’s Refusals to Star in the Last Season of Entourage
Plus: Chris Kattan and Jimmy Fallon go to war in this super-wet supercut of their water-drenched card game, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Also: He'd never heard "Wait Wait" before.
According to Bradley Cooper.
It was all a dream, says 'Hangover' director Todd Phillips.
Clinton won't be showing up on '30 Rock.'
He will not play a skirt-chasing governor of a southern state, but he will play himself.
Ask an Art Critic: Jerry Saltz on Conflicts of Interest, Tribes of Shyness, and High Hopes for the New Museum
To me, nothing in the art world is neutral, and the idea of “disinterest” strikes me as boring, dishonest, dubious, and uninteresting.
'Decision Points' sold well, but not as well as Bill Clinton's memoir.
Quaid hit McDonald's "every day" to bulk up for HBO's 'The Special Relationship.'
"I would never bid if I didn't want to. But after 120 [thousand dollars], it's like, I don't have a plutonium card."
Plus: 'Titanic' was basically just an excuse for James Cameron to get free scuba lessons.
HBO has optioned the forthcoming book on the 2008 presidential election from Mark Halperin and our own John Heilemann.
Frank Caliendo? Seth Rogen?
Plus: Jack Black comes to Scranton!