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Wearing Mork's trademark suspenders, the ABC late-night host and his wife Molly McNearney take the Los Angeles Metro to get to the Emmys at L.A.'s Nokia Theater.
James goes pantless and covers his lower body with a yellow piece of paper while Jimmy chooses to fill in his pants with ice rather than being doused by a bucket of ice on the head.
During his talk show, the comedian showed off some photos of his newborn daughter whom he named after his grandmother.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host announces his wife Molly McNearney has just delivered their daughter in California.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host and his sidekick Guillermo learn the dance from Maddie Ziegler, a 11-year-old dancer who's featured in Sia's music video.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' hosts suggests that they do a modern version of the scene with him in place of Geena Davis when Sarandon stops by his show.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host dubs the Batman prequel series 'a show for people who love everything about Batman except Batman.'
The new deal will secure Kimmel's position as the network's late-night show host until 2017.
The talk show host poses with Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton at a student conference for the Clinton Global Initiative University and mentions DeGeneres in the Twitter post.
The comics starred as co-workers turned lovers who 'will appear' in second season of the crime drama.
Chris Hemsworth is pitted against Liam in one faux movie trailer, Kevin Spacey is a Keyboard Cat in another, while Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Catherine Zeta-Jones star in a 3D musical hallucination.
Sharing the baby news in an episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Kimmel says, 'I'm going to be one of those old dads.'
The 'Bourne Identity' star sends a photo of his bare behind via fax after Affleck and Kimmel playfully poked fun at him for not having a Twitter account.
Nearing his final episode on 'Tonight Show', Leno also gets a goodbye present from fellow comedian Craig Ferguson that will keep him 'busy' if he gets 'bored.'
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', elementary school kids reenact the very first Thanksgivukkah, a rare occasion in which Thanksgiving falls during the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights.