But did he think it?
He wants to help kids, but in a way that is very attractive to search engines.
She doesn't look too thrilled to be there.
Plus: Louis C.K. stole tampons as a child, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Bad bosses Kevin Spacey and Colin Farrell have their own posters, too.
And thus, Bateman, Sudeikis, and Day plot to kill them.
She recruits Keenan Cahill, the Double Rainbow guy, and some vintage dancing babies too.
Plus, Jennifer Aniston plays one of the greatest rounds of "Charades" ever, on our regular late-night roundup.
"It's always been a dream of mine to Jet Ski around the world."
"Am I getting milked?"
Instead, she did 'Friends.'
"I think it was the ugliest haircut I've ever seen."
In fact, he's a jerk, and Jennifer Aniston should remember to run the other way. She won't.
And Lisa Oz to get her own talk show.
Blake Lively, Sylvester Stalone, Die Antwoord, and more in this month's slideshow.
Her box-office track record isn't as strong as her newsstand record.
Plus: Ne-Yo comes to Rihanna's forehead's defense.
Plus, Sharon Osbourne takes security matters into her own hands when ex-con T.I. arrives on the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live, on our regular late-night roundup.
'The Switch' has a pro-family message a conservative could love.
Plus: Christopher Walken to blame for Kat Dennings's acting.
Jason Bateman: "There's a real good part for her."
Plus: Sorry, ladies — time to change that George Clooney screen saver.
Ngasi is "legally bound to love." Yay, Jen!
Not Angelina Jolie, Katherine Heigl, Jessica Alba, Sandra Bullock, Meg Ryan, Kate Hudson, or Madonna.