"It's like putting a cheap cigarette into a fancy cigarette pack."
"Even though all my stripper friends are gonna be mad at me ... "
More federal funding for dinosaur-resurrecting!
The scripted show with the most disproportionately conservative audience may surprise you.
Sean Duffy, of 'The Real World: Boston,' is now a Republican congressman.
Once again, we're all asked to consider: Is Bert Gay?
Like his being unqualified.
The president of Portugal is a no-show for José Saramago's funeral.
Plus, Emma Roberts' Team-Twilight taste gets called in to question by Robert Pattison, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, Julia Louis-Dreyfus thinks that Jimmy Kimmel sucks, on our regular late-night roundup.
"Hiccup may not be much of a dragon-slayer but in the sequel maybe he'll go on to a brilliant career in the State Department."
A bunch of famous musicians have filed a FOIA request seeking info on whether their songs were used as tools of torture at Guantánamo Bay.
"I can personally attest to his commitment to New York ... He is most definitely deserving of the top MC of 2009 title."
We were struck by Edwards's selection of an artist so well known for his frankly sexual lyrics.
Al Gore will host tonight's Nashville premiere of Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds.'
Is there any other possible explanation for the events of this week?
President Obama says he's sick of briefing books and has started reading Joseph O'Neill's 'Netherland' at night.
Oklahoma governor Brad Henry is expected to sign an executive order tomorrow naming the Flaming Lips' "Do You Realize??" the state's official rock song.
HBO has optioned the forthcoming book on the 2008 presidential election from Mark Halperin and our own John Heilemann.
Czech prime minister Mirek Topolanek has apologized for calling President Obama's stimulus plan "a road to hell" on Wednesday and blamed it all on AC/DC.
President Obama used his appearance on 'Leno' last night as an excuse to test some of his edgier material.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz will present a proclamation to the family of Notorious B.I.G. at a screening of the rapper's new biopic.
Maybe in his next thirty years.