There are now dating sites exclusively for pot smokers.
Mike "The Situation" from "Jersey Shore" was indicted in Federal court.
Paula Deen was the shining star of the Food Network until last year.
Jimmy's aunt Chippy is a very opinionated lady.
Reality television is wonderful and with the new Fall TV season upon us.
By now you've heard about the nude pictures that were stolen.
There are TV ads being run to debunk global warming.
It's a status thing to own the new iPhone.
Guillermo helps YouTube star Jack Vale do a social media experiment.
There's a new invention called "Robomow."
This year, for the first time, they recorded the pageant's signature song.
This is our weekly tribute to the FCC where we bleep and blur things.
There are some impressive new features that come with iOS8.
Would you be willing to try on America's new swimsuit craze, the C-String?
Jimmy's aunt Chippy loves to give advice.
Fall Out Boy demonstrates how to get rid of that U2 album.
Guillermo checks in with Key & Peele after their interview with Jimmy.
Paris Hilton has a new $13,000 dog.
This past weekend marked the 200th anniversary of The Star Spangled-Banner.
Jimmy announces who he's betting on to win "Dancing With The Stars."
A strange part of the recent Miss America pageant was the "Fun Facts."
Jimmy asks Guillermo about his recent appearance on "Retofamosos."
Taylor Swift and Katy Perry are fighting.
Jimmy stops by Morgan's dressing room before the show.
In New York there's a development that is selling expensive parking spots.
Jimmy and Guillermo explore the pumpkin spice phenomenon.
Rappers often use a lot of strong language to express themselves.
A group of websites recently came together for "Internet Slowdown Day."
Jimmy shares a behind-the-scenes moment involving Don Barris.
There's a new car service called SheTaxis.
Apple just introduced several much-anticipated new products.
Everyone looks forward to a new product announcement from Apple.
Jimmy's Aunt Chippy is one the most opinionated people we know.
The Olive Garden just sold out of "The Never Ending Pasta Pass."
Recently a woman named Cherries Waffles Tennis was arrested.
There's a spa in Houston, Texas where they offer hydrotherapy sessions.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's official portrait was unveiled recently.
Antonio Brown took the "foot" part of football a bit too literally.
After the recent leaked celebrity photos, Apple will now beef up security.
It's back-to-school time.
Jimmy shares his thoughts on the passing of comedy legend Joan Rivers.
It has been a long time since Jimmy has had a newborn in his life.
Pat Robertson is the host of the long-running program "The 700 Club."
Singer Shawn Mendes got his start on Vine.
Nude and intimate photos of many stars were posted online this weekend.
Summer is over but there is a silver lining.
Kathy Griffin accepts Suze Orman's nomination to do the ALS Challenge.
Some people are now eating clay because it allegedly has health benefits.
Hurricane Cristobal was threatening to ruin Labor Day weekend.
Animal Planet is planning to broadcast live animal births.
Apple is reportedly working on the largest iPad ever.
Jimmy reads online comments after we reunited the cast of "Friends."
GoPro has a new accessory that allows you to put a camera on your dog.
Back-to-school season is upon us and at this show we believe in education.
Sanrio revealed to a professor that Hello Kitty is not actually a cat.
We asked Yehya to review Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Apple is developing what is rumored to be their largest iPad ever.
Jimmy's favorite ALS Challenge was completed by one of his producers.
Jimmy gave our staff the chance to take part in the ice bucket challenge.
Shark Week is starting soon.
Levar Burton succeeded in getting his "Reading Rainbow" app funded.
There's a mysterious creature on the loose in a town near LA.
Scrabble recently added a bunch of stupid new words to their dictiionary.
Chris helps Jimmy through a tough time.
Yehya doesn't see many movies, but he loves stars.
Jimmy talks with Erick Sanchez.
Jimmy shares his thoughts on the Beyonce and Jay Z concert he attended.
Sadly, ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise" is only six-episodes long.
We ask the mothers of rappers to read the lyrics to their children's songs.
We wanted to do something special for President Obama's birthday.