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Thank You for Your ServiceAs a tribute to the selfless men and women who serve to protect this country, Christina Aguilera wore an incredibly sexy sailor outfit that received a standing ovation from the all-military audience of The Tonight Show on Thanksgiving night. Later on, she performed the song "Candyman" from her fifth studio album, Back to Basics.
Girls Night KaraokeHow did Jimmy Fallon spend his Thanksgiving? Singing Thanksgiving-themed parodies of Katy Perry, Lorde, and Miley Cyrus songs with Rashida Jones and Carrie Underwood!
A Thanksgivukkah PageantThe planets aligned this years for the very rare occurrence when Thanksgiving and the first night of Hanukkah happen to fall on the same day. To celebrate this once in a lifetime moment (apparently, this won't happen for another 79,000 years!), the very adorable students of Shepard Hill Elementary put on a play about it on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
#CandyPatinkinA very special guest made a timely late night appearance to help Jimmy Fallon advance to the next level of Candy Crush.
Tracy's Troubling ThanksTo show everyone what he's thankful for, Tracy Morgan listed exactly 28 Thanksgiving-y thoughts that'll really make you think.
An All-Star DocumentaryIt was bound to happen: Ken Burns plans to make a documentary about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Martha Stewart.
A Different Sort of Hunger GamesInstead of fighting to the death, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Josh Hutcherson shot some hoops with Jimmy Fallon, playing a game of H-O-R-S-E using Thanksgiving food instead of a basketball.
Walking Down Memory LaneHaving appeared on The Tonight Show many times, Garth Brooks was treated to a retrospective reel of his past visits when he sat down to chat with Jay Leno on Wednesday.
Last night, Dancing with the Stars winners J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff made an appearance via satellite on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to celebrate their recent victory, say thanks to the fans who voted for them, talk about what is still to come for J.R., and to throw in a few jokes about other DWTS contestants.
Chloe Moretz stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to admit that she tricked Martin Scorsese into giving her a part in Hugo by pretending that she was British.
Dane Cook joined Jay Leno on The Tonight Show to give a special musical reading of some of his favorite tweets.
Finally, Amy Sedaris showed up to discuss with David Letterman the torrential process it was for her to get onto The Late Show.
Guys, sorry to bum you out, but when I told you I knew a guy who knows a girl who knows a guy that totally works for Glee and has a connection with Jane Lynch (who my friend’s friend said had the best sticky icky in town), it turns out she isn’t holding. At least, that’s what she told Jay Leno.
The set up: Charles Barkley is off spouting to David Letterman about how college athletes need to stick around and get their degree. Then Letterman asks when he got his degree. The Payoff:
Tyra Banks is the perfect late night talk show guest because she loves nothing more than talking about herself on camera. AND WHAT THE HELL, TYRA BANKS IS GOING TO HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL? THERE GOES 375 YEARS OF STREET CRED.
As a special treat, here is Craig Ferguson talking with Lewis Black, one of the funniest stand-up comedians honestly, of all time. This whole interview is just amazing. It’ll bring you joy. DO IT FOR THE KIDS.
The biggest problem Sylvester Stallone had a few years ago was that he wasn’t surrounded by enough men for his liking. His wife was a woman, his daughters were girls, and women were just everywhere that if there were any more women they’d be pushing each other off cliffs like lemmings and fighting for food like they were on a “Planet Earth” special. So instead of calling you to go target shooting or mailbox exploding, he told David Letterman how he got a “thug” dog.
Don Rickles, who I’m sure is quite sweet and makes a nice fruit punch for picnics, was on Leno last night and he talked about performing at casinos. And in between taking a few jabs at Native Americans, he took some time to poke Jay Leno in the ribs a bit.
Oh, and Dwayne Wade, a basketball player for a team that’s impracticably named after something thermodynamic, rapped for Leno and talked about his big hands. The average basketball player he is not!
Jimmy Fallon asked Horatio Sanz about his new series on Comedy Central. But that’s just the description Hulu gives, I don’t think they actually talk about it in this clip. But besides, you’re not going to watch it anyway, be real. But you should still watch the clip because Horatio reveals he’s going to the Stony awards, which commemorates the actors who play stoners the best.
And in order for Horatio to get the Comedy Central job, he sent in a tape of him as Larry King.