Jackie Chan remembers meeting Chris Tucker and working on "Rush Hour" at "An Academy Salute to Jackie Chan" on June 3, 2013 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater. Hosted by Geoff Boucher.
Penn Jillette interviews the infamous Billy West and asks him to perform his many characters. For the rest of this show, or to see other episodes visit http://pennsundayschool.com/ or subscribe on iTunes.
Unless Americans turn to alternative sources of entertainment, the 'Hannah Montana' star will soon be completely tapped out.
From The Onion.
Squidward is fed up with Mr. Krab's insults and he quits his job at the Krusty Krab, bragging about how easy it will be to find another job. But of course, it's not and Squidward falls upon hard times.
Can You Spare a Dime?
Season 3, Episode 7
Stephen Colbert concedes the Death Tax argument as long as it cannot be traced back to him.
From The Daily Show with John Stewart
Aired: June 19, 2002
Toni, and Candace, from Women & Women First, force their customer to buy something after he's used their bathroom.
From Portlandia, episode 1.
Fred and Carrie challenge each other on reading material, from Portlandia episode 4.
Carrie Brownstein, star of IFC's "Portlandia," explains to John Hodgman why the show doesn't offend Portland residents (...it's mostly because they wear fleece).
Brownstein and Hodgman participated in The Connecticut Forum's "Funny Smart People" with fellow panelist Baratunde Thurston and moderator Colin McEnroe on May 4, 2013. The event was Hosted by Connecticut Humanities.
Range Resources pays a Pennsylvanian family $750,000 to relocate and keep quiet about health problems they experienced near a fracking site.
Robin Williams talks with Charlie Rose about television, movies and stand-up comedy.
From "Indiana Jones" to "The Fugitive" to "Star Wars," Harrison's index finger has had a workout.
From Conan O'Brien.
Conan O'Brien offers Harrison a cool grand to spill the beans about Episode VII, and Harrison agrees. Sorta.
AnimationB thinks Conan mistook moonwalkers, but he's got Colonel Aldrin in his corner.
From Conan O'Brian.
Reporting live from "business Harlem," Jessica Williams reveals that white-collar crime is disproportionately committed by people who fit a certain profile
Reporting live from "Business Harlem," Jessica Williams reveals that white-collar crime is disproportionately committed by people who fit a certain profile.
From The Daily Show
Aired: August 13, 2013
Peyton and Eli Manning music video about watching football on your phone.