"I had absolutely no idea what Ricky was going to say."
If you don't enjoy this, then you must be Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Charlie Sheen, Tim Allen, Sandra Bullock, or a closeted Scientologist.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
Plus, Kevin Spacey tells Stephen Colbert a great Keyser Soze story, on our regular late-night roundup.
"Since there is nothing to know about god, a comedian knows as much about god as any one else."
"So what does the question “Why don’t you believe in God?” really mean. I think when someone asks that they are really questioning their own belief ... 'How come you weren’t brainwashed with the rest of us?'"
Plus, Seth Green gives Conan a semi-X-rated toy to go with his personal action figure, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, Ricky Gervais tells Letterman about his mother's hilarious funeral, on our regular late-night roundup.
It'll be based on his real-life experiences.
Plus, Scarlett Johansson attempts to play the trombone for the very first time, on our regular late-night roundup.
Between this "Letter N" song and "There's an App for That," Sesame Street is finding its own Lonely Island.
Twenty-three minutes of the "preview show."
He only laughed for three minutes and 54 seconds.
Jimmy Fallon sings twice, George Clooney appears, and Ricky Gervais is Ricky Gervais.
... In which they send Karl Pilkington around the world to have adventures.
It seems to be a go for a Mandarin 'Office.'
"How cool is that?" asks Ricky Gervais.
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio was totally fine with miming sex with Kate Winslet in front of her husband.
Producers are giving serious thought to a potentially mind-blowing candidate. The question: Is Gervais ready to do any mind-blowing?
Homer will head to the Oscars.
From 'Schmucks' to 'Norbit' to that poor lady who hurt herself stomping grapes.
Plus: Javier Bardem finally finds true love.
"He should move on."
He owed Larry David a favor.
Surely a disappointment for Gervais, especially seeing as it's his first big foray out of comedy.