Colin Firth discusses why he was selected for his ass-kicking role in "Kingsman."
Stephen reports from a dressage ring, an art gallery, the Puppy Bowl and other unique locations.
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John Oliver brags about the perks of working for HBO instead of basic cable.
Does YouTube have a channel for personalized balloon messages or kitty litter redistribution?
Chris D'Elia has a theory about the angle British guys use to get girls.
Chris D'Elia can't get away with some of the things that black dudes say to women.
Daniel Radcliffe talks beat poetry, American accents and "Kill Your Darlings."
Regis Philbin talks about his Fox sports show, "Crowd Goes Wild."
It's going to take a lot more than a guy jumping from space to make us forget Hitler.
Liam Hemsworth defends his father against accusations of being a child-punching psychopath.
Musician and actor Hugh Laurie discusses his second blues album, "Didn't It Rain."
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