"I sat down and wrote you a song."
That's the gift Jon Bon Jovi gave to graduates at the Camden campus of Rutgers University.
The university conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters, and as part of his subsequent commencement address, he picked up his guitar.
The song, called "Reunion," urged graduates "to go start your own revolution, and I'll see you at the reunion."
It was the first time it was ever performed in front of an audience.
I can see it getting played a lot more, can't you?
Jon Stewart posted a video of himself doing 20 pushups recently?
To raise awareness about America's veterans by dropping and giving them twenty, and posting it to social media and GiveThem20.org.
It doesn't cost you anything - just a few minutes of your time, and calling out two friends to do the same.
Jon called out John Oliver and the New York Mets - which I'm pretty sure represents more than one person, but hey, he's Jon Stewart, and he can do what he likes.
Jon accepts the #GiveThem20 challenge with 20 push-ups for veterans and calls out John Oliver and the New York Mets. ► Visit givethem20.org and American Corporate Partners (ACP) to join him and thank returning veterans.
The Daily Show on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Sometimes, you just have to take a stab at it, right?
You're on , the Final Jeopardy category is Hymns, and the answer is a doozy:
The correct question: What is "Rock of Ages?"
A Christian hymn and a Jewish holiday hymn are both titled this, also the name of a 2009 Tony-nominated musical
Choyon Manjrekar had a very unusual - and incorrect - question that has since gone viral.
Check it out...
Imagine you're graduating from high school.
You're on stage, waiting to hear your name.
You're waiting, and waiting, and you're really up there all by yourself.
You think they've forgotten your name.
Then they say your name. You grab your diploma, and you realize there's someone else on stage with you.
Your mom. Home unexpectedly from a tour of duty in the Navy.
The video says it all...
WATCH: Navy mom surprises her son on stage at his Paul W. Bryant High School graduation ceremony! Full #LiveOn3340 Story: bit.ly/1JOjwqA
ABC 33/40 on Sunday, May 24, 2015
In the 1960s, the folks at Hanna-Barbera produced an animated series called about the adventures of a boy scientist. Jonny Quest
It featured Jonny and his dog Bandit, his friend Hadji, his dad and their all-around tough guy, Race Bannon.
It only lasted a couple of seasons, but it spawned a few attempts at being remade.
And now, Robert Rodriguez (of Sin City fame, among others) is teaming up with a screenwriter from Pirates of the Caribbean to come up with a live action movie.
If this were 30 years ago, Johnny Depp would make the perfect Jonny Quest... That doesn't mean he won't be playing it now, of course.
Last week on Jamie Foxx and Jimmy Fallon played Wheel of Musical Impressions. The Tonight Show,
One of the voice/song combos Jamie dialed up was John Legend singing the Toys R Us jingle.
It starts at 2:45 on the video below.
John Legend caught wind of it, and posted this response.
Pretty cool, don't you think? We'll post this one in John's column.
Actress and comedian Anne Meara passed away over the weekend at the age of 85.
She and her husband, Jerry Stiller, were a pretty successful comedy team in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
She appeared on a number of TV shows, including , Sex and the City and All My Children . King of Queens
She's also the mother of Ben Stiller.
Check out one of Stiller & Meara's appearances on ... The Carol Burnett Show
When you've got a late night talk show these days, you've got to develop signature bits.
Cuz it's a tough market out there.
James Corden's signature bit (so far, anyway) on is Carpool Karaoke, where he picks up a guest and drives him or her to the show. The Late Late Show
Along the way, they have silly conversations, sing songs, stop passersby, eat fast food, and more.
And they generate some laughs along the way. Check out his latest, with Justin Bieber.
On Thursday's special on NBC, Chris Martin and Cold Play put together a 12-minute documentary video about their efforts to get their newest work, "Game of Thrones: The Musical," onto a Broadway stage. Red Nose Day USA
Okay, it's a spoof, but so well done. Plus, they had the help of a quite a few cast members from , including Mark Addy (Robert Barateheon), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow). Game of Thrones
The narration by Liam Neeson really helps sell it.
And Jon Snow singing "Wildling" to Ygritte (Rose Leslie) could well be the best part of it.
Check it out.
Well, gang, it's official.
The Olsen twins - Mary-Kate and Ashley - will not be joining the sequel called Full House on Netflix. Fuller House
John Stamos, who will make guest appearances on the show as well as produce it, said he was heartbroken on Twitter, and then posted this.
They say it's so they can concentrate on their fashion line and other busines ventures.
Personally, I think it's becaue they stopped looking like twins about 15 years ago.
(By the way, John, you got "disappointed" wrong. But you are heartbroken, so I guess it's understandable.)
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