Here to join the Second Chance Theatre's slow-building archive of cut SNL treasures is Andy Samberg's Graham. A giggly Seth Meyers introduces the character as "an inebriated coworker who is about to embark on a magnificent journey — a journey on which he yearns for someone, anyone, to come with," ... More »
While on The Graham Norton Show, Seth Rogen talked about two bizarre experiences that came out of making The Interview: his security guard and the tiger they hired for the movie. Well, mostly the two trainers that came with the tige...
The infamous tiger scene from the movie "The Interview".
The Graham Norton Show featured a hell of a panel this week, with Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, and Martin Freeman. In the clip provided by the BBC for Paul Rudd, the Ant-Man star talks about geeking out over being on...
This past Saturday, the ecclectic Kent, Ohio based label and record store to the stars, Experimedia, hosted a small group of underground sound manglers at their headquarters for an afternoon of live music. If you weren’t there, you missed out. Show More Summary
It’s been about three years now since I haven’t smoked drugs for this long, and at that time I was walking my dog with Seth Graham, telling him the only noticeable difference in sobriety now from not smoking is my dreams are WAY more vivid. Show More Summary
The Graham Norton Show looks back at another year of funny stories, on the spot skits and more with borderline drunk celebrities. Sadly, the compilation also has an unnecessarily long Seth MacFarlane karaoke clip and Nutscapes. Don’t look that up.
Just last month, our pal Seth Graham dropped one of 2015’s best cassettes on his label, Orange Milk, entitled No?.?00 in clean life. So “just for fun,” the ego maniac HAD to release something that leads to nowhere, and called it “Cosmetic Commune.” Now, I imagine influence came from that Escape From L.A. Show More Summary
The amount of nonsense Seth Graham goes through to create his brand of sound should be apparent (and MAJORLY appreciated) while listening to any of his works, including [FKA] Henry Dawson and half his work in Cream Juice. It’s like he’ll send me nuggets of diamonds with the purest clarity, only when I follow up, he’s like “Yeah, I tossed that one. Show More Summary
In a recent Late Night monologue, Seth Meyers highlighted thrice-married Donald Trump’s continued opposition to gay marriage. Meyers also poked fun at GOP presidential longshot Lindsey Graham for saying Trump was like “the Almighty Oz… The post Seth Meyers Is Having a Hard Time Buying Donald Trump’s Opposition to Gay Marriage: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
The Seth Meyers primary continued on Tuesday night. After appearances by Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina and Bernie Sanders, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) took his turn on the Late Night couch last night where he made his strong opposition to the Obama Administration's nuclear deal with Iran known.
Two Minutes From HANNIBAL 3.3!! William Hurt On Tavis!! James Taylor Schilling On SETH!! Thursday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN NBC says of tonight’s “Secondo”: Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) continues his search for Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), making his way to Hannibal's childhood home in Lithuania. Show More Summary
Peter Griffin wants to see your “True Colors.” On his show last week, Graham Norton asked the “Family Guy” creator to take part in a little game of “Cyndi-oke,” in which he performed a few of Cyndi Lauper’s biggest hits as characters from the show. Show More Summary
Thanks to the brilliant mind of television host Graham Norton, we can cross one more thing off our bucket list: Watching Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane perform Cyndi Lauper classics--in front of Cyndi Lauper!--in character as Stewie and Peter Griffin. Show More Summary
He nailed the tunes in the voices of Stewie and Peter Griffin on ‘The Graham Norton Show.’
When Seth MacFarlane and Cyndi Lauper were both on The Graham Norton Show, the host put Seth on the spot to perform some of Cyndi’s hits in the voices of his Family Guy characters… and his true colors came shining through.
It?s quite possible that no talk show host has nearly as much fun doing their job as Graham Norton. On a recent show he had both 80?s pop queen Cyndi Lauper and Family Guy creator and man of many voices, Seth Macfarlane as guests. So...Show More Summary
Which wouldn't bother me as much if Cyndi Lauper weren't RIGHT THERE!
This just in from the Delightful News Desk -- Seth MacFarlane sang a couple of Cyndi's Lauper's greatest hits as his "Family Guy" characters on "The Graham Norton Show" Friday (June 12). Per Norton's request that MacFarlane pretend it's...Show More Summary
Graham Norton must have watched our Animated Voices panel, because this week he has Seth MacFarlane singing two of Cyndi Lauper's most iconic hits — "Time After Time" and "True Colors" — in the voices of Family Guy's Stewie and Peter Griffin. It's nice to know that if Ted 2... More »