06:35 PM EDT 08/24/2015
Originally posted 06/17/2015 01:55PM
Ever wonder what your pets are up to when you're at work?
Originally posted 05/17/2015 09:40AM
Saturday Night Live's season finale was this weekend, so that may have been one reason host Louis C.K. decided to push the boundaries in his show-opening monologue.
Sunday morning, though, he may be having second thoughts.
Originally posted 04/16/2015 07:10AM
Proving it's never too late to say, "I'm sorry," comedian Louis C.K. earned a warm response from former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin after apologizing to her for the vile things he Tweeted about her – almost five years ago.
Originally posted 04/08/2015 11:30AM
While visiting The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Louis C.K. brought out his impression of a very young, pre-Saturday Night Live Fallon.
Originally posted 10/29/2014 12:45PM
Looking for laughs, America? The N.Y.C. Halloween Dog Parade isn't the only thing that'll make you giggle while visiting New York this time of year. Comedy fans better book their tickets now, because the 2014 New York City Comedy Festival hits town Nov. 5-9.
Originally posted 08/22/2014 07:00PM
Television's finest will battle it out for trophies at Monday night's Emmy awards, but a few have already earned special honors of their own.
Originally posted 05/13/2014 08:55AM
Louis C.K. frequently makes parenting the center of his stand-up routines, so it's no surprise that during his Tonight Show appearance Monday, he gave new dad Jimmy Fallon some advice on how to deal with his baby girl.
Originally posted 05/01/2014 05:45PM
If you've ever suspected that your kids' math homework doesn't add up, you're not alone.
Originally posted 04/24/2014 12:15PM
She's won an Oscar, starred in countless hit films and dated plenty of A-listers. But one thing Diane Keaton says she has "failed at" is settling down and tying the knot.
Originally posted 03/30/2014 11:35AM
Louis C.K.'s Saturday Night Live hosting stint played to his strengths while also allowing the comic to branch out.
C.K. was most at home during the opening monologue, which he treated as a block of stand-up time: He discussed the difference between "first-world hunger" and "third-world hunger," ("If you've eaten today, you're not hungry. I'm hungry for a donut but I'm not hungry,") women's suffrage, ("Women got the right to vote in this country in 1920. That means American democracy is 94 years old. There are three guys in my building who are older than American democracy,") and – as usual – parenting. ("There is no more joyful experience in a parent's life than when a child's play is over.")
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