Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Jimmy Kimmel caps off a year in which he brought Unnecessary Censorship to the White House with this look back at the year's best, with choice moments from President Obama, Vice President Biden and Mitt Romney.
This annual montage of the year in viral videos includes some of the best "Call Me Maybe" parodies of the year, including President Obama's version, Cookie Monster's "Share It Maybe" and Jimmy Fallon and The Roots featuring Carly Rae Jepsen herself. [Videogum]
After TIME's Managing Editor Richard Stengel revealed President Obama as the 2012 Person of the Year, David Gregory lets out an audible "wow." He then channeled critics of the choice who might think Obama was simply the "lesser of two evils" in this year's election. Is Gregory letting some of his own political leanings show, or just trying to give voice to those who will oppose TIME's pick?
In a special conversation on the set of the Late Show, Charlie Rose asks David Letterman what it's like to be the Johnny Carson to Jimmy Kimmel's David Letterman.
Samuel L. Jackson throws Kenan Thompson under the bus, saying he only said "fuck" and "bullshit" live on the air because the "What Up With That?" host forgot to cut him off.