“I swear to god, if my parents make me plan this party like I’m a poor person, I will lose my sh*t. My sh*t will be lost.” Bryan Cranston and Jimmy Kimmel Live! found the thin line between offensive and awkward and straddled it for over 15 minutes in this instant classic.
Jimmy Kimmel decided to get the cast of hit NBC drama ER back together for a big reunion, but it seems as if his last minute plans resulted in nobody but George Clooney showing up. At least he managed to get a second opinion on Jimmy’s diagnosis.
(PG-13: Language) Jimmy Kimmel Live! asked country music stars to read the immaculately spelled and poignant musings of the paragons in the Twitter high council. We’re pretty sure it’s impossible to hurt Willie Nelson’s feelings anymore.
Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s latest installment of Mean Tweets with NBA players has a lot of corny entries, but the ones that sting hit hard. It’s okay Blake, it’s okay. Also MJ should ask Reggie Miller where the fountain of youth is.
Universes awkwardly collided when OG sax player Kenny G performed Regulate with Warren G. The best part about this is you can see both men are in disbelief at what they’re doing. At least they got paid to be punchlines.
(NSFW: Language) The latest batch of Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s Mean Tweets features pop musicians, including Katy Perry and Wiz Khalifa. We’re pretty sure the one who badmouthed Ariana Grande just wanted to be on Mean Tweets.
The NFL is still investigating the deflated footballs in the AFC championship game, but Jimmy Kimmel already has a police lineup of New England folk willing to take the blame. Including pre-Super Soldier Serum Steve Rogers.
In his downtime, actor Omar Epps serves in a committee that drafts the Revised Style Guide for Modern Slanguistics. He dropped by Jimmy Kimmel’s show to give you mafofos a sample of the dopest words on the block.