Last night on Last Week Tonight John Oliver talked about migrants and refugees.
Previously on Last Week Tonight:
This game was just a ripoff of the Simpsons Road Rage game, and this footage of the gameplay shows us why it was never released…it’s just terrible.
I really wish I grew up watching this instead of the real Captain Planet TV show.
I want to be a late night host for the sole purpose of doing these animal segments. David Letterman always had the best animal segments with Jack Hannah which you can watch the Best Of here.
Mean Tweets live ended tonight with a Halle Berry wearing a see-through shirt…so that’s awesome.
Conan’s Clueless Gamer series is one of the best segments he’s ever done, and he’s back with another one featuring Tony Hawk and Lil Wayne. I’m sorry but the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series is done, nobody likes it anymore. It’s all about EA Skate.
Previous Clueless Gamer Episodes:
Mean Tweets Live is back for a second night! This time we have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Bette Midler, and Liam Neeson. Here’s last night’s lineup.
I try not to the play the politics card too much because I honestly don’t care. I’m with Burr on this:
But really, Donald Trump can’t be real about running for president. It’s funny and all…except it’s not funny because he’s a complete piece of s**t…the salty-ness continues.
Last night Colbert took on Curry in a Stephen VS Stephen shootout (with dirty laundry) to find out who should be the number 1 search result on google. This whole “Stephen VS Stephen” title reminded me of the classic “Even Stephen” segment on The Daily Show so for no reason at all here’s that because it was some of the best TV ever:
Jimmy Kimmel this entire week is going to be doing a Live version of mean tweets and that is awesome. He started last night with Jeff Bridges (the Dude abides), Kristen Bell, and Benedict Cumberbatch. I have to say that the “Her vagina is probably an Alcatraz for penis” line is f**king great.
Of course you want to watch the Muppets sing that whip/nae nae song.
Some previous muppets music video mashups:
I honestly have no idea what’s going on in this video but I couldn’t look away. It’s basically The Simpsons intro on acid and it’s one of the weirdest f**king things I’ve ever seen.
From the YouTube description:
This opening is just a small part of a collaboration project made up by Charles Huettner, Ivan Dixon and James Hatley.
The original idea was to invite some animators to produce, in their own style, a short story in the Simpsons universe.
Despite the fact that the project hasn’t been achieved, I wanted to finish what I started.
Andy Samberg’s Emmy’s opening was hilarious and also seemed a little familiar. It seemed to me to be a callback to this SNL Digital Short from a few years back:
This year’s In Memoriam segment featured Joan Rivers, Wes Craven, BB King, and Leonard Nimoy.
It was a long time coming but Jon Hamm finally won the Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama for his role as Don Draper (Dick Whitman) in Mad Men. His acceptance speech starting out with him slinking on stage on his stomach and then he pretty much mumbled the rest of it. He’s had some tough times as of late (rehab and breakup rumors) so it was a nice win for him.
Last night Stephen Colbert introduced his “Lifestyle Brand” in the same vein as Reese Witherspoon and Gwyneth Paltrow. All I know is that now I really want a “Parmesan Absinth” candle.
Thomas Middleditch of Sillicon Valley fame was on Conan last night and told a funny story about how he once made a viral McDonalds commercial for the internet and then McDonalds bought it and used it in a real commercial. Turns out though that Thomas Middleditch hates McDonalds. Does anyone remember this ad?
I actually just started binge watching House of Cards (I know I’m late to the game), and the show is amazing! But I’ve been wondering like everyones else, “Who the f**k is Underwood talking to?” Well Kevin Spacey was on Colbert last night and finally revealed who he’s been talking to this entire time, and it makes so much sense!
So Facebook has added a “Dislike” button to go along with the “Like” button on Facebook. Finally, right guys! I actually don’t give a s**t about it because I rarely use Facebook anymore. But I might use it more if these buttons Conan suggests were incorporated into it.
Here are some mistakes in your favorite TV shows (Mad Men, Breaking Bad, American Horror Story, Orange is the new Black, Better Call Saul, etc.) like crew members visible and inconsistencies you probably didn’t notice the first time around.
Jimmy Kimmely went out on the street (Hollywood Blvd, which isn’t really a street it’s more like a disease-filled cesspool of touristy depression) and asked people who’s running for president out of the 3 choices. Turns out nobody knows because there’s 1,000 candidates right now.
Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson of Modern Family fame dressed up as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman for the Hollywood reporter, and Stonestreet gave a cool interview about his love of Breaking Bad and friendship with Bryan Cranston. This wasn’t the only iconic show the cast of Modern Family was recreating however:
MXC, or Most Extreme Elimination Challenge , was one of the funniest shows ever to come out of Japan. Scratch that, it was one of the funniest and most entertaining shows ever! So now for no reason at all here are the 25 most painful eliminations.