Tyler Perry shows Jimmy how to fly a remote control plane.
Josh demonstrates his ability to spin a basketball on his fingers, which is the latest in a series of talent showcases by the cast of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Jimmy, Miley, and The Roots perform an a cappella version of "We Can't Stop."
Patton, the father of a 4-year-old, tells Jimmy how easy it is to unintentionally terrify children.
Katie tells Jimmy the story of her recent engagement and the two take a shot of a special Icelandic schnapps Katie learned about over the summer.
Bethenny shows Jimmy what she learned making the first episode of her new show, and the two ask each other compelling questions.
Jimmy asks Steve about acting with Willie Nelson on "Miami Vice" and Steve talks about why his unusual band broke up.
Jimmy and Higgins try out to be ball boys at the U.S. Open.
Jimmy has actor Steve Buscemi read tweets with the hashtags #MakeBuscemiSay.
Jimmy asks Mayor Cory Booker about the balance between his current job and his campaign for New Jersey's vacant Senate seat, and the two talk about the Mayor's use of Twitter.
Jimmy asks Heidi about her experience judging on America's Got Talent and working on the newest season of "Project Runway."
Jimmy brings audience suggestions to life, including putting Digi Wigs on James Poyser and having The Roots wish Beyonce a happy birthday.
Jimmy weighs the good and the bad of the upcoming 2013 NFL season.
The Daily Show's John Oliver tells us about the time he bombed so bad, one audience member almost got violent.
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