The Amazing Kreskin wows Jimmy and Jason Segel with a card trick.
Country singer Eric Church on Wednesday zoomed past the competition to the top of the weekly Billboard 200 album chart with the best opening sales week of the year. According to figures compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, 'The Outsiders,' the North Carolina singer's fourth studio album, sold 288,000 copies last week. His previous album, 2011's 'Chief,' was the 36-year-old singer's only other album to top the 200 album chart, which takes into account total album sales across all musical genres.
Silversun Pickups Performs “Lazy Eye”
We're not allowed to show footage from the Winter Olympics, but the US / Russia hockey game was so great we decided to reenact the highlights for you.
Will admits that he feels comfortable enough to wear a tracksuit on the show. He talks about his kids, being torn over who to root for in the Olympics, and he quotes Matthew McConaughey.
Silversun Pickups Performs “Cannibal”
Lily talks about her mom who had a career in modeling as well.
As a kid, the only thing cooler than hearing that school is canceled - is hearing that school is canceled from Batman. So Lego Batman himself Will Arnett announces actual school closings.
Will talks about his excessive video game playing, and he brags about his LEGO skills.
We went out onto Hollywood Blvd. to tell people that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt died today. He actually died in 1945 but that didn't stop people from remembering him fondly.
Jimmy scored an interview with the woman who became a viral sensation after being caught at the Winter Olympics taking an accidental selfie.
Will talks about working with the great Morgan Freeman and does a terrible impression of him.
Nina, Lily and Chrissy tell us how they found out they were on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Chrissy reveals that she can't swim.
It was hard to understand what Bachelor Juan Pablo was saying after one of the women on the show left, so Jimmy broke it down for us. Plus - we got a nice haul of "amazings" on this episode.
Eric Church says despite his success, he'll always feel like an outsider in country music, so much so that he has called his new album 'The Outsiders.' (Feb. 12)
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