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White House Correspondents Dinner: Jimmy Kimmel and Barack Obama Bring the Funny

by Jacob Hall April 29, 2012 02:03 PM
Traditionally, the White House Correspondents Dinner is an opportunity for the President of the United States to let his guard down and become an entertainer for evening, performing a comedy routine for the crowd before taking his seat and being playfully roasted by a comedian. This year, President Barack Obama was joined by late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Since this is the internet, both of their routines are online for you to see!

President Obama and Jimmy Fallon Slow Jam the News

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 25, 2012 08:56 AM
Just about the moment that President Barack Obama decided to bust out a spontaneous rendition of Al Green's "Lets Stay Together," we knew that every late-night comedian would rush to get him to reprise the feat.  Jimmy Fallon may not have gotten the President to pick up those golden pipes, but still managed to get Barack to deliver news in the best way possible: slow jams.

'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' Scores President Obama, No Big Deal

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 23, 2012 06:50 AM
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You know, we can remember back when Jimmy Fallon was just that giggly guy on 'Saturday Night Live' who couldn't hold it together even moments through a sketch, and now, he's a spokesman for Capital One, late night media darling, and now, sitting down with the President. Ain't life funny?

Barack Obama Flashes Vulcan Salute With Uhura, Proves He's a Trekkie at Heart

by Jordan Hoffman April 04, 2012 10:37 AM
Nichelle Nichols
Nixon may have shook Elvis' hand, but we know he wasn't happy about it. Last night 'Star Trek' star Nichelle Nichols tweeted a photo taken in the Oval Office on February 29th of this year. (February 29th? A pocket universe that comes but once every four years!)
The communications officer of the original U.S.S. Enterprise posed with our Commander-in-Chief, giving the Vulcan salute. And nerds are “beaming” with patriotism.

President Obama Says Dirty Things on Jimmy Kimmel

by Chase Whale March 21, 2012 10:59 AM
Have you seen a Jimmy Kimmel "Unnecessary Censorship" video before? It's a sketch on his weekly show where he, this is so brilliant, takes clips of celebrities, politicians, TV shows and whoever else is currently in the media, and bleeps and blurs out certain parts of their speech to make it seem like their saying something very naughty or disgusting.