Kevin Hart put his hopes of becoming part of the Saturday Night Live family into a brief impression of former NBA player and coach Avery Johnson. If your first reaction was confusion, you’re probably not alone. It’s just a shame that no one told him that probably wasn’t one of Hart’s brightest ideas.
Two men enter, one man leaves. Those are the stakes when you play Mortal Kombat, and Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski got a taste of that when they faced on Conan O’Brien’s show. More
Liam Neeson is a scary dude. He’s cultivated an aura of gravitas and badassery over the years, but really hammered it home with the ‘Taken’ franchise. So when he called his ‘Taken’ co-star Maggie Grace’s ex-boyfriend in character as Bryan Mills, it was predictably awesome. More
It hasn’t been a great few months for the NFL. I guess if you don’t count the Ray Rice fiasco (and Commissioner Roger Goodell’s ham-fisted non-apology), the weekly player arrests for domestic violence, the losing battle over the Washington football team’s racist nickname, and the league’s repeated claims that concussions totally aren’t that big of a deal, things haven’t been that bad. Lucky for us, Canton-born comedian Bill Burr (most recently seen on “Breaking Bad”) knows who’s to blame for the NFL’s woes — women, and their incessant attempts to ruin everything held sacred by real American men.
Mindy Kaling, known as the star of her own show “The Mindy Project” as well as for her work on “The Office” and more, was once an intern on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” but last night, she returned to Conan’s show to catch up with host. On the top of their list was a chat about the Boston accent. Conan, a Brookline native, didn’t seem too hot on the Boston lingo, but Kaling was open in admitting that she still finds it “sexy.” She then went on to describe, in full detail, her workout habit of envisioning herself in an action movie montage as she works up a sweat. And she might have a little crush on Michael Fasbender. More