The final Presidential debate was more focused on the issues than the others were. There wasn't as much back and forth, which is hard for Donald Trump, but to his credit he did manage to keep his interruptions short. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Spike Lee (Malcolm X, Inside Man, Do the Right Thing) interviews democratic nominee Bernie Sanders. Both filmmaker and politician are Brooklyn born, and together they talk about why Brooklyn, and all of New York City made them into the influencers they are today. Who are you voting for?
“The Adventures of Young Ben Carson” shows Carson and Black Jesus running through the Carson oeuvre, featuring everything from the infamous stabbing story, to his thoughts on evolution and the pyramids, to the Jesus selfie he has hanging in his house.
Hillary Clinton on Her Health and Recovery from Pneumonia
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talks to Jimmy about how she tried and failed to power through getting sick and the perspective she gained from taking a break from her campaign. (The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)
NBC’s production of “The Wiz” was parodied on “Saturday Night Live.” In the sketch, not only did “SNL” poke fun of the live show that aired on its network on Thursday, but also inserted the very white Ryan Gosling into the all-black musical.
Tracy Morgan Talks Recovery From Fatal Car Crash, Family, And More
"I've dedicated my career from here on to Jimmy Mack," Tracy Morgan said of his friend and fellow comedian James McNair, who passed away in a car accident that also left Morgan severely injured. (The View)
Jimmy Kimmel Interviews Congressional Candidate About His Embarrassing Screengrab
Congressional candidate Mike Webb recently posted an embarrassing screengrab to his Facebook timeline. His intention was to highlight some perceived attack by one of his opponents. But if you look closely, you can see he also left a number of tabs open, two of which were porn sites. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Over the course of Donald Trump's Presidential campaign, Trump Hotels have experienced a huge decline in bookings. A lot of people just don't want to stay there because of him. In an effort to get those properties going again, Trump hotels, many of which are not actually owned by Donald Trump, have launched a new image campaign that they hope will help turn things around. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)