Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels hit up "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to promote "Dumb and Dumber To," which, of course, meant a skit in which they worked at a burger joint, using mannequin arms. It wasn't really that funny, except for the way it kept building in absurdity -- and the way that Jimmy, Jim and Jeff kept cracking each other up. Extremely awkward high five, guys.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Mila Kunis took exception when Kimmel said that he and his wife are pregnant. "You're not pregnant," the expectant star said, grabbing a mike. "Do you have to squeeze a watermelon-sized person out of your lady hole? No." And we've got a new nickname for the Kunis-Kutcher baby: "Little love goblin."
Turns out Kunis shares a love of sports with fiancé Ashton Kutcher, as she told Kimmel. The thing she enjoys most is yelling at the players, out of earshot. "It's a calming, yet violent experience. You're sitting down, you're having a beer, you're relaxed, yet you're being vulgar."
Kimmel also asked three ridiculous questions of Kobe Bryant, who gamely answered if he could fly, would he relieve himself in the sky? Because what else would you ask Kobe?
On "ChelseaLately," Channing Tatum admitted he's never collected on the x-rated bet he made with "22 Jump Street co-star Jonah Hill. He also admits to pushing wife Jenna Dewan out of the frame for that famous Oscar selfie.
David Letterman put Dave Chappelle on the spot by asking him whether he quit his show all those years ago. Chappelle responds. "Technically, I never quit."
Over on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," his chat with former "Saturday Night Live" co-star Aidy Bryant was probably only of interest to diehard "SNL" fans (and candy enthusiasts), but we'd like to go out on a limb and say she deserves her own sitcom and that her eyebrows are to die for.