Jon Bernthal: Scourge of zombies and criminals alike. The “Walking Dead” star, who has played plenty of cops, told David Letterman on Monday’s “Late Show” that he once busted a purse snatcher on his way home from work.
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It’s amazing how the news cycle can even pass “The Daily Show” by sometimes; if something happens as they take their three-day weekends, sometimes their response on Monday seems a bit behind. That was the case with their take on the “Kony 2012″ movement.
Someone give Jon Hamm worker’s comp! Appearing on the “Late Show” Thursday night, the “Mad Men” star recounted several injuries he’s sustained while acting on the AMC drama.
Lindsay Lohan visited “Late Night” in the usual Thursday “SNL” host spot, and Jimmy Fallon kept things light and airy, limiting the conversation to how she got the hosting gig — she reached out to Lorne Michaels — and recounting the fun they had together doing the first-ever Debbie Downer sketch many years ago.
William Shatner has been doing a lot of interviews to promote his one-man Broadway show “Shatner’s World” — then again, he seems to be constantly doing interviews about something or other — but for one reason or another, he’s never gone on “The Colbert Report.” That changed last night.
Jon Stewart will be the first to tell you that he’s not a particularly tall man. He uses his lack of stature as the butt of many jokes. But the difference was stark when Stephen Merchant came out to talk to Jon about “Life’s Too Short.”
We love it when Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams “Slow Jam the News” on “Late Night,” but most of the time, BriWi plays things straight while Fallon and the Roots jam around his dead-serious readings of the stories of the day.
First Lady Michelle Obama will do whatever she can to raise awareness for her Let’s Move initiative to get kids (and their parents) to change their eating and exercise habits. First she challenged Jay Leno to eat some vegetables. And last night, she invited Jimmy Fallon over to the White House to participate in a fitness challenge.
If someone had unplugged our TV during a crucial moment of Sunday night’s Super Bowl, we don’t know what we would have done. Actually, thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, we’ve now got a good idea how we’d react.
As part of his celebration of 30 years in late night, Dave Letterman welcomed Bill Murray — his first guest on “Late Night” and the “Late Show” — to the Ed Sullivan Theater last night, and Murray was in full shtick mode.