Debuting on HBO tonight, this Goldberg-directed documentary profiles a trailblazing African-American comic.
Plus: Lady Whoopi (Goldberg) and Jimmy Fallon rehash their favorite parts of Downton Sixbey, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Sherri Shepherd would be in it, though.
Whoopi Goldberg figures into this equation.
What a world.
Claire Danes looks horrified, but she probably doesn't realize this ISN'T THE FIRST TIME.
She made the audience really uncomfortable.
This almost makes getting thrown off a bridge seem worth it.
They're appropriately theatrical.
Plus, Steve Martin claims to have guest-hosted the 'Tonight Show' as many times as Conan host-hosted it, on our regular late-night roundup.
"Never smoke pot before there's the possibility of having to talk to 100 million people."
She's mad that she was left out of an article about black Oscar winners.
You've been eagerly anticipating that, right?
Plus: Whoopi Goldberg no rocket scientist.
There's prose poetry.
She's pretty happy.
And she's a co-host on 'The View.'
Could she be the recipient of an EGOT+?
Plus: New Justin Long movie sounding great.
Because a girl's gotta pee! On herself, sometimes.
"It's really hot water. It takes care of business."
It seems rape jokes only fly on 'The View' when Whoopi makes 'em.
If every generation gets the TV show it deserves, then shows like Battlestar Galactica capture the ethical bankruptcy needed to wage a war on an undefinable enemy.
'Josh Brahlin,' he drawled when he took the podium at the National Board of Review awards ceremony. 'That's how f-----g famous I am."