Glossy magazine portraits of Emma Stone by the beach, Ken Jeong with a giant foam wang, and Sarah Jessica Parker in her natural habitat.
Plus: Julianne Moore loves KFC, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
His head needs to be 20 percent bigger than Ryan Gosling's.
Plus, Maya Rudolph is annoyed with the reception of 'Bridesmaids' as a women's triumph and not simply as a successful comedy.
We see how the Dunder Mifflinites have changed from season one through today.
But not quite as big as the birth of Jim and Pam's kid.
"I've made an enormous mistake."
'Parks and Rec' gets supersized that night, too.
It's even affecting guest star Will Ferrell.
And shows off his "Photoshopped" chest.
The season finale, however, will air three weeks later.
It's a World's Best Boss mug. Aw.
"Michael gets Lasik but can only afford to get it done to one eye."
Steve Carell is only leaving once, after all.
January 27. Blink and you'll miss him.
There will be four more episodes after he exits.
And it sounds great.
It'll be based on his real-life experiences.
He's very committed to the craft of turning purple with laughter.
In Imagine, a sixty-something Bruce Springsteen-type rocker discovers a long-unopened letter addressed to him from John Lennon.
As part of the 'Night of Too Many Stars' benefit, the 'Daily Show' vets performed a ripped-from-the-headlines homage to the Hudson pilot.
Plus: Fantasia to headline her first tour.
Plus: Stephen Fry to play Sherlock Holmes's brother.
It's all part of the Steve Carell exit plan.
"Steve's are some pretty big shoes to fill. So, I don't know what's going to happen."