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In the Friday episode of ABC’s “Last Man Standing,” Tim Allen’s character tackled “microaggressions” on college campuses. According to Ksfo, Allen is asked in the episode to speak at his daughter’s business school’s graduation ceremony, but must submit his speech beforehand so it can be examined for any microaggressions or “objectionable words or phrases.” “I know what microaggressions are,” Allen’s character Mike Baxter says. “It’s the liberal attack on free speech and a lot of fun if you do them right.” Also Read: 'Last Man Standing' Sneak Peek: Jay Leno Returns as Guest Star »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
The House of Mouse is off to the races. Disney has announced its new animated Mickey and the Roadster Racers TV show will premiere on Disney Channel and Disney Junior on Sunday, January 15, 2017, at 9:00am Est. Watch the trailer, after the jump.Racers Jimmie Johnson, Danica Patrick, and Jeff Gordon will recur on the series, as will Jay Leno, Tim Gunn, Hoda Kotb, and Gordon Ramsay. Peter Serafinowicz, Jane Leeves, Fred Willard, Hector Elizondo, Tony Shalhoub, Kate Micucci, Tia Carrere, and Patton Oswalt will also guest star.Read More… »
In today’s TV news roundup, Sam Worthington joins the cast of Discovery Channel’s “Manifesto,” Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and Have Nots” returns to Own for a fourth season, “Mickey and the Roadster Racers” sets a premiere date on Disney Chanel and Disney Junior, and more.
Sam Worthington (“Hacksaw Ridge”) is the latest actor to be cast in Discovery Channel‘s upcoming scripted series “Manifesto,” based on the FBI’s investigation and subsequent capture of domestic terrorist Ted Kaczynski, also known as the “Unabomber.” The series is executive produced by Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Troy Searer, and Greg Yaitanes for Spacey and Brunetti’s Trigger Street.
Disney Junior’s animated series “Mickey and the Roadster Racers” will premiere Sunday, Jan. 15 at 9 a.m. Et on both Disney Channel and Disney Junior. Two more episodes will debut the following day, Monday, Jan. 16 on Disney Channel. Guest stars for the series include Jay Leno, Patton Oswalt »
- Arya Roshanian
On Jay Leno’s Garage tonight, Jay test drives with as he says: “Two generations of Corvettes with two generations of Jenners.” Leno also sets up a contest between “old and new” in a bid to see if the past 100 years has seen improvements in automobile technology and overall style. Jay then puts Nascar driver Joey Logano into a 60s race car to see if he can go the distance with some “old-school muscle”. The main event, however, is Leno hashing over sexy Corvettes with Caitlyn Jenner and Kendall Jenner. The famous reality TV stars fire up some hot wheels...read more »
- April Neale
It’s no secret Caitlyn Jenner loves cars — and her daughters have certainly followed in her footsteps.
“This is great,” says Leno, 66, pointing out a brand new Corvette Grand Sport. “You know, this is like, the performance bargain of the century: $66,000, carbon-fiber brakes, eight-speed transmission.”
“Sounds sick!” says Kendall, 21, who is the proud owner of an authentic 1956 Corvette.
“Yeah, it is the best bang for the buck. And this thing is more expensive! »
- Aurelie Corinthios
In tonight’s episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay Leno connects the dots between musicians and the cars they love. The episode is titled Music and Cars and blends hot licks from rockers and country stars with hot wheels, promising to uncover “how cars help create the soundtrack for our lives”. Jay rides in rocker-turned tequila entrepreneur Sammy Hagar’s Ferrari from his I Can’t Drive 55 music video, and “plays dress up” in Liberace’s Zimmer. He also chauffeurs auto fan Kelly Rowland around in a costly vintage Bentley. Don't expect radio or AC in this $1,000,000 1931 Bentley Mulliner. Watch @KellyRowland on #JayLenosGarage Tomorrow at...read more »
- April Neale
On this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay is joined by actor and racing driver Patrick Dempsey as they put some unrestored classic Porsches through their paces. Jay and Patrick head to Willow Springs to check out some unrestored Porsche 911s to get a feel for how the classic sports car has evolved. Evolution rather than revolution has always been the word with Porsche but the latest GT3 does have some rather cool features. Perhaps the most special car they check out is a 1973 Porsche Carrera Rs 2.7, only 1500 were made and one in original condition will set you back...read more »
- James Wray
Patrick Dempsey‘s love for racing is well-known, but the origins of his need for speed might surprise you.
In an exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s Jay Leno’s Garage, the former Grey’s Anatomy star reveals to fellow gearhead Jay Leno that his father’s illicit activities smuggling hooch sparked his own passion for automotive adventure.
“My dad was a big fan of racing. He grew up in Maryland. He was part of that generation of the moonshine runners,” reveals Dempsey, 50.
He continues, “He had a short-track car, and on Friday nights he would bring me home a Matchbox car every week. »
- Lanford Beard
This episode of Jay Leno’s Garage features Vice President Joe Biden getting a rare chance to drive his 67 Corvette Stingray, later they have an encounter with an unexpected rival. Joe Biden is a big car fan, but as Vice President he is not allowed to drive and the secret service make sure he doesn’t sneak out to do doughnuts in the carpark. However, on this occasion they have relented and he joins Jay at a secret location where they take Biden’s own 67 Corvette Stingray for a spin. The 300 horsepower classic was a wedding gift to Biden from his father and...read more »
- James Wray
Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno is the latest celebrity to weigh in on the Donald Trump/Billy Bush leaked tape scandal, skewering the former “Today” show co-host for his involvement in the controversial 2005 recording. Leno threw uncharacteristically caustic barbs at Bush during a special appearance on Monday’s “The Tonight Show”, in which he “tagged […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno is the latest celebrity to weigh in on the Donald Trump/Billy Bush leaked tape scandal, skewering the former Today show co-host for his involvement in the controversial 2005 recording.
While it's been nearly two years now since Fallon officially took over the reins of NBC's late night talk show, Leno, who has guested since his departure, comfortably slipped back into his old rhythm with a couple of good-humored topical jokes.
"Hillary Clinton got quite a scare tonight. I guess a trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as a lie detector," he joked. "And I tell you, that Donald Trump, he is a smart businessman. When kids rang his bell and yelled, 'Trick-or-treat,' Trump yelled, 'Trick!' and before the kids could grab any »
Jay Leno tagged in on The Tonight Show last night to “help out” NBC, which has found itself one of the more interesting storylines of this head-smacking White House race. While Tonight’s current host Jimmy Fallon was dinged in some corners for a recent hair-mussing appearance by Gop hopeful Donald Trump, the show’s former host reveled in a string of old-school Trump barbs. Leno also expounded happily on NBC’s uncomfortable and ongoing Billy Bush/Access Hollywood chapter… »
The former host appeared as a guest on the talk show Monday evening, and in line with tradition, Jimmy Fallon let his predecessor tag in for a few monologue jokes.
Leno’s targets of choice? The presidential nominees — because who else?
“Hillary Clinton got quite a scare tonight: A trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as a lie detector!” quipped Leno, 66. “I tell you, that Donald Trump, he’s a smart businessman. When kids rang his bell and yelled ‘Trick or treat,’ Trump yelled ‘Trick!’ and before the kids could grab any candy, »
- Aurelie Corinthios
The ever-gracious Jimmy Fallon let his beloved predecessor Jay Leno have the “Tonight Show” stage on Monday for an election-themed monologue — and the auto addict proved he hasn’t lost his comedic step since stepping down. Fallon claimed to have pulled a muscle, and tagged in Leno from the audience. Below are the “Jay Leno‘s Garage” star’s seven best jokes from his topical stand-up set. We’ll start right where he did: “Hillary Clinton got quite a scare tonight,” Leno began. “I guess a trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as a lie detector.” Also Read: Jay Leno Crashes While Riding 2,500-Horsepower Car. »
- Tony Maglio
Jay Leno is back. The Jay Leno's Garage host appeared on The Tonight Show Monday to help out current host Jimmy Fallon after he "pulled something" while telling a joke. Leno happily tagged in and kicked off a monologue of nonstop stand-up comedy jokes that included jabs about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Billy Bush and the struggling economy. Leno kicked off his monologue with some timely jokes about Halloween (with a political spin, naturally). "Hillary Clinton got quite a scare tonight. I guess a trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as a lie detector," Leno quipped as he grabbed his anxiety-ridden heart. Sticking with the Halloween theme, Leno also made a joke about a study that »
Last October, Jimmy Fallon "injured" himself during a monologue on The Tonight Show, giving former host Jay Leno the chance to save the day and finish the segment. Fallon and Leno repeated the same scenario Monday night, affording Leno an opportunity to tell some of the election cycle jokes that have doubtless been building up over the course of 2016. "Hillary Clinton got quite a scare tonight," he noted. "I guess a trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as a lie detector."
Since Leno doesn't appear on the show regularly, he »
Model Karlie Kloss makes a living off her face, but it's her brains that helped her score a $10 million Beverly Hills home. Kloss was in town shooting "Bill Nye Saves The World" -- she's a correspondent for the upcoming Netflix series, and very smartly opted for some serious square footage in this Airbnb rental, hooked up by the company. The crib's got 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, a sweet pool and even famous neighbors like the Beckhams, Jay Leno, »
- TMZ Staff
In the upcoming season of Jay Leno’s garage, Jay Leno joins up with Joe Biden to drive Biden’s Corvette Stingray. The sneak peak, featured below, shows Leno shotgunning with two-term Vice President as the Secret Service lets him drive his car for about the third time in eight years. There’s no debating who has the need […]
- Sean Fahey
In a different era, Stephen Colbert might have been kicking himself: On Thursday, he and his “Late Show” team taped an episode to be broadcast on CBS the next night, a move that should have left him unable to comment on one of the craziest episodes ever to surface in the race for the White House.
Yet just as the nation was looking for pundits to weigh in on a 2005 “Access Hollywood” outtake showing Donald Trump talking to host Billy Bush about sexually harassing women, there was Colbert – on Twitter. From his home, Colbert explained the situation to followers and invited them to watch him as he watched the tape. As Trump talked to Bush about grabbing women’s genitals and popping breath mints so he could kiss attractive celebrities, Colbert put his head in his hand. “All the Tic-Tacs in the world will not freshen his breath after this,” the »
- Brian Steinberg
Donald Trump certainly wasn’t the only topic of conversation when David Letterman spoke Friday evening at the New Yorker Festival, the magazine’s annual arts series of public talks. In a 90-minute talk with New Yorker articles editor Susan Morrison, the retired talk show host discussed everyone and everything from Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon to climate change, Spider-Man and whether he misses late-night TV. For the record, No, he doesn’t. But it certainly misses him. Here’s… »
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