The British comedian beat out James Spader, Will Arnett, and a bunch of other people.
Plus, Maya Rudolph is annoyed with the reception of 'Bridesmaids' as a women's triumph and not simply as a successful comedy.
"But I always say it’s better to be pre-pre-prepared."
We see how the Dunder Mifflinites have changed from season one through today.
Make him feel welcome, Ray Romano and Jim Carrey.
"He's the ideal combo: the guy you want to hang out with and sleep with," says one insider.
Will Ferrell says good-bye, leaving us no clearer on just who his character was.
Plus, David Letterman tries to wrestle out Jodie Foster's opinion on co-star Mel Gibson in our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: Conan O'Brien shows us his O-face, on our regular late-night roundup.
But not quite as big as the birth of Jim and Pam's kid.
"I've made an enormous mistake."
"That’s how many minutes that you worked here."
It's hard not to smile when their voices crack.
Deangelo Vickers might as well drive a Dodge Stratus.
The Office Showrunner Paul Lieberstein on the Strategy Behind the Top-Secret Steve Carell Replacement
Plus, some plot hints for the rest of the season.
Plus, Gordon Ramsay and Conan "donkey" O'Brien try to make tacos but end up brawling, on our regular late-night roundup.
Merv Bronte, heh.
'Parks and Rec' gets supersized that night, too.
He really bugs Dwight.
It's even affecting guest star Will Ferrell.
The effect of Steve Carell's departure from 'The Office' will be "85 percent downfall, 15 percent brilliant re-creation."
He'll guest on Carell's last episode.
"Your wife becoming, be will I." That's what she said.
A roundup of the best "Surprise, I'm married!" movie and TV reveals, honoring great achievements in husband and wife concealment.