The Daily Show correspondent wrote in — from the future! (actually: Chicago) — to cap off our Best of TV week.
"Something I want to talk to you about — this is very serious: Do you know how terrible your posture is?"
Are you ready for the end of the world?
That's one sweet Rolodex.
"I have not heard about this. Are you kidding?"
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Vulture Met Up With Jonathan Ames and John Hodgman at Their Boozy Bored to Death ‘Funeral’ Last Night
Ames on the tab: "I hope it doesn't go over $2,000!"
Twirling your 'stache: One hand or two? And should you attempt "the Hitler," if only for a moment? Hodgman has the answers!
John Hodgman is funny, knows a lot of famous people.
“As Jim Parson walks to the stage now, nerds across America are taking to the streets in joy, setting cars on fire, and then backing away, using their inhalers.”
Plus, Stephen Colbert uses some extreme language to let climate-change expert Heidi Cullen know just the kind of weather American kids like.
The band is headed to Bro-oadwaaay!
Last Night on Late Night: The Office's Mindy Kaling Survives a Wardrobe Malfunction on The Late Late Show
Plus, Julianne Moore tells David Letterman about the chronic masturbator who befriended her on an airplane, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus Tracy Morgan discusses his sons' genitals, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, John Hodgman fixes the Olympics, and more on our regular late-night roundup.
"Most of the novelists I love are dead, and Jonathan Ames is alive."
"What can you say about Charlie Sheen?"
Jonathan's attempts to produce more than one line of text for his next novel have proven fruitless; Ray's sperm has failed to prove viable.
"After playing the president on '24,' she is now considered the front-runner for the 2012 Republication nomination."
'The Daily Show' correspondent could make The Emmys a lot nerdier.
Plus: Why is Jin missing from all of the Season Five Lost promos?
In the best time-killing video we've seen today, the comedian reads his spam in a spot-on parody of the PBS classic.
The scene at Book Expo's politically themed author luncheon was surprisingly tense.