Last night, Jason Segel appeared on The Late Show to discuss how his new movie The Muppets went over on the test audiences. Children loved the Muppets, but apparently had a hard time dealing with Segel's face.
Amy Adams showed up on The Tonight Show to recall stories about sleeping in a car with her six siblings, the not-so-graceful dancing of her Muppets costar Segel, and being asked to join the movie by Kermit the Frog himself.
Jane Lynch visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to discuss Glee and the politics of Sue Sylvester, to give her own take on the republican debates, and to talk about having participated in only three of the (as of tonight) three hundred songs on the show despite being the only actor on set who still enjoys singing.
Finally, Sarah Michelle Gellar stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to debate who is "good" and who is "evil" in her series Ringer, and to argue about the very political issue of bringing pillows onto airplanes.