Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were on vacation, but Conan O'Brien in particular picked up the slack, not only having a great week on his own show, but also popping up in New York on Letterman to lay into Jay Leno in a way he hasn't done since everything went down more than two years ago.
This is fairly standard material here, though Ferguson is such a genial figure, he wins you over. Eddie Izzard he isn't, when it comes to stand-up, but hardcore fans like me will want to see it.
Have you ever had that moment in your car when you stopped bobbing your head long enough to realize that you've been getting really into the "Knight Rider" theme song for the last 45 seconds?
Between the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the CNN Tea Party Debate and the U.S. Open, late night hosts had a wide range of important issues to talk about this week
The credit downgrade, Michele Bachmann's Newsweek cover and the GOP debate provided ample material for late night hosts this week.
The big story this week was the horrible terror attack in Norway. But some late night shows focused on happier things, like the looming debt ceiling deadline.
Despite valiant efforts from Sarah Palin, Donald Trump and Mitt Romney this past week, no one was able to steal the spotlight from Congressman Anthony Weiner.
As I was leaving the Hallmark Hall of Fame reception at 20th Century Fox' commissary, a studio guard wished me a good night to which I replied, "I can die now, I've met Betty White."
While today is surely a time to celebrate GM, it's also critical to take a quick look at the 11 ways GM could find itself in the same bankruptcy boat which nearly destroyed forever the American auto business as we'd known it for 100 years.
Last week, I heard an interesting take on the political scene: that both parties seem to be trying mightily to lose the upcoming midterm elections. R...
Scottish singer-songwriter Justin Curie has always reminded me just a little bit of John Lennon, as well as another of my favorite writers named John -- John Updike. Read on to find out why the hell I would say such a thing.
Longtime fans of Futurama (as well as new ones) won't be disappointed.
In this week's episode, Dan Persons, Lawrence French, and Steve Biodrowski debate the merits of domesticated dragons as they analyze How to Train Your Dragon.
Like the least of the Dreamworks films, Dragon suffers from a shortage of jokes. But it has a strong enough story and animation to keep kids fascinated and even adults occupied.
I spent a week watching every minute of every major late night talk show, and I'm pleased to announce that the genre has a new king.