Classic boys who cry "satire."
"There's Bradley Cooper! There's De Niro!"
"I love Photoshop more than anything in the world!"
And is there an ideal ratio of Song-and-Dance Man, Deadpan Wit, and Bomb-Thrower?
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To be more likable.
So that's over.
Plus: Quvenzhané Wallis with a dancing dog and her signature puppy purse, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Overall audience levels didn't change much, but there was a big bump among those under 35.
We spy on Quvenzhané Wallis, Quentin Tarantino, Jessica Chastain, and other famous people.
TV Guide's Stephen Battaglio says he was "completely surprised."
He got fired for his un-PC remarks, while Seth MacFarlane reveled in that sort of humor last night.
Come on, can't you take a joke?
From Adele's perfect face to the fantastic seating arrangement that had Jamie Foxx sitting behind Sally Field.
"No person should be subjected to such a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire."
"Is he still here?
Old-time show tunes were everywhere in last night's show.
Even the impossibly cool Samuel L. Jackson had troubles.
We are not making fun.