This week on Last Week Tonight, John Oliver took on the destructive language surrounding the refugee crisis in Europe.
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards aired last night, bringing with it the usual crush of self-styled soap stars with perfect hair and vaguely recognizable faces.
Jimmy Fallon is no stranger to busting out this old "remember when we once did a show together" bit. But trying this with Oprah is some next level shit.
There was much hand-wringing over the future of soaps when All My Children and One Life to Live both got the ax. But it turns out your great-grandma's stories (and, who are we kidding, the only thing that gets you through a sick day) are enjoying an upswing in popularity.
We don't follow this daytime soap, but we caught this very dramatic promo and have plenty of questions. Will someone who watches this show enlighten us, please? WTF is going on.
- Etta James says when she was ripping Beyoncé about singing "At Last" for the President, "I didn't really mean anything…"
The end of the week is a time to sit and digest the insanity that the week has spawned. More news on Sarah Palin's style? Check. Canadian Parliamentary crisis? Check. A Supreme Court case on Barack Obama's birth certificate? Yup, got that, too. Between all of that, plus calls for Robert Mugabe to resign, Tim Geithner…
- In her new documentary, in addition to all the stuff about Groundhog Day, Britney Spears also talks about Kevin Federline: "I think I married for the wrong reasons. Instead of following my heart and doing something that made me really happy, I just did it for the idea of [marriage and] everything." Knowing is half…