The things you can do when you retire — too bad most of us never will.
Dwayne Johnson broke the world record for selfies in three minutes at the San Andreas premiere.
Robert De Niro gives the NYU Tisch School of the Arts' graduating class a big dose of reality.
The Answer gives his point-of-view on being a villain and a superhero at the same time.
David Letterman signs off for the last time ever.
Bill Murray makes his final cake-covered entrance for The Late Show.
Neil deGrasse Tyson shares his collection of kookie, space-related trinkets he's hoarding in his office.
Ed Helms makes us all jealous that Andy Bernard wasn't at our college graduation.
During his final days at the Ed Sullivan Theater, David Letterman discusses leaving The Late Show.
One man, 16 years, and an obscene amount of dedication.
Brock Baker is here to try to keep Simpsons characters like Mr. Burns and Ned Flanders alive.
Maya Rudolph gave the class of 2015 a full-on SNL sketch during her commencement address at the Superdome.
We hope he found what he was looking for.
They'll be divorced long before they see each other get old.
When the one you love loves what you don't love about yourself.
Dead rock stars never die. They get documentaries investigating conspiracy theories.
A son helps his mother look for love.
Jazz legend John Coltrane talks about music, practice, and changing the world.
Spend a day with the Blue Jays top pitching prospect and free-spirited hippie Daniel Norris.
Steven Kennard takes you inside his workshop and shares his craft of turning wood into art.