Friday, April 8, 2011

BILL MAHER: Charlie Sheen Sparks Class War

Bill Maher compares the reactions of Charlie Sheen's tour audience to how taxpayers should respond to the government.

Charlie Sheen at Radio City Music Hall

All of the Yankees gear and New York references in the world couldn't keep the Radio City Music Hall audience from brutally heckling and booing Charlie Sheen.

Alec Baldwin's Yankees vs. John Krasinski's Red Sox

In honor of the Red Sox beating the Yankees at Fenway today, here is a new ad from New Era that pits NBC's Thursday night stars and their favorite teams against each other.

"How are you a Yankees fan at all? It's like being a huge fan of Fascism."

The White Stripes Congresswoman

Rep. Donna Edwards, (D) Maryland, uses the lyrics of The White Stripes' "Effect and Cause" to make the case against the Government Shutdown.

Stephen Colbert Rehearses Stephen Sondheim's 'Company'

Stephen Colbert is making his not-quite-Broadway debut with the New York Philharmonic this weekend in his friend Stephen Sondheim's Company. Below, watch some footage of him showing up late to rehearsal.

COLLGEHUMOR: Movie Trailer Spoiler Alerts

If you haven't seen Fight Club, The Usual Suspects, Reservoir Dogs, Star Wars and The Crying Game, don't watch this video.

COLBERT REPORT: Stephen Practices Meeting the Queen

After learning British manners by having high tea with Hugo Vickers, Stephen Colbert practices meeting the Queen at the royal wedding, which he will not be attending.

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CONAN / KIMMEL: Donald Trump for President

Last night, Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel each covered Donald Trump's alarming Today Show interview in their own unique ways. While Conan re-cut what Trump said about Obama to make it look like he was admitting what a huge joke his presidential run will be, Kimmel debuted Trump's first campaign ad, featuring the cast of The Celebrity Apprentice.

THE OFFICE: Will Ferrell Introduces Himself as DeAngelo Vickers

In this interview with The New York Times, Will Ferrell talks about how his character on The Office introduces himself to the Dunder Mifflin staff by rattling off random and unnecessary personal attributes. Here's that scene from next week's episode.