Ready to take on North Korea and its dictatorial, menacing, movie-spiking ways, “Saturday Night Live” this week relied on another all-controlling madman: Lorne Michaels.
It’s time to kick off the annual GOOF (Greatly Overhyped and Overexposed Fool) Awards. Every year around this time, we spotlight the most scandalous, the silliest and most salacious stories of the year. This year, all things Kardashian will be enshrined.
While Bill Clinton, Pussy Riot and a space station astronaut chimed in from afar, here …
“The Colbert Report” finale could have easily turned into a funeral. Instead, it was just plain fun.
The Second City Network has dug up this excellent sketch featuring Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch from way back in 1997.
There’s another changing of the guard at the long-running late-night ABC news magazine show, “Nightline.” The network’s chief national correspondent Byron Pitts will replace Dan Abrams as one of the three co-anchors on the program.
The 23-year marriage of former Olympic champ Bruce Jenner and his now-infamous Kardashian clan “momager” estranged wife, Kris Jenner, is now officially over.
SEEN ON THE SCENE: “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” star Lee Pace — who also starred in the blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy” this year — was spied sipping cocktails in the popular Library Bar at the Public Hotel the other night.
Throughout the vast majority of his nine-year run on Comedy Central, which ends Thursday, Dec. 18, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert has made countless millions of people laugh. Occasionally, he (with assistance from his writing staff) has cracked himself up.
On Wednesday’s installment of “The Colbert Report” — Colbert’s last show that isn’t his last show — the Comedy Central host cleaned house by hawking just about all of his kitsch, including a deeply discounted Michael Stipe.