Give it up for Justin Theroux for making his first late night talk show appearance last night, and for handling the situation with confidence. And there's something you might not have known about the rising star : he was in more movies this year than he's often credited for. We know that he's in the upcoming Wanderlust, of course, but did you notice his roles in the Oscar nominated pictures War Horse and The Descendants? He shined.
What does Paul Rudd talk about when he does late night interviews on popular programs? Perhaps his new movie, Wanderlust? Maybe the rumors about a potential Wet Hot American Summer remake? Something about his personal life? No. It's candy. He talks about candy. For the entirety of their six-and-a-half minute interview, Paul Rudd and Jon Stewart discuss candy. There is an attempt or two to divert the discussion to something more relevant, but it invariably comes back to candy. Paul Rudd, you are the bee's knees.
Kristin Chenoweth has had a very upsetting eyelash extension procedure. The interview takes her through the several stages of grief: hiding, anguish, acceptance, and subtle racism. It's a roller coaster of emotions.
In celebration of the return of Community, Joel McHale showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to discuss the colorful career and personality (and anatomical oddities) of his costar Chevy Chase, whom McHale likes to torture with a surplus of copies of Karate Dog: the greatest Chevy Chase movie of all time.