Watch a Teaser for President Obama's MythBusters Episode

The commander-in-chief is set to go bustin' on December 8.



Saturday Night Live freshman Jay Pharaoh killed it last night on the Late Show.



Jimmy Kimmel is going to guest star on Castle. Not.



Last night on The Tonight Show, Dane Cook revealed that he's going to speak at the memorial service for the man who's sent him the most hate mail.



Also!

... Here's TV Squad's list of TV's best Thanksgiving episodes.

... This is what Joss Whedon has to say about the Buffy movie reboot.

... The contestants on Dancing with the Stars have worn some sexy outfits over the seasons, haven't they?

... Here is a preview of what is apparently going to be a crossover event between The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Ghost Hunters. *Shakes head, sighs.*


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Leno and Dane Cook both suck. Damn thieves. Stealin shows and stealin jokes! Please no more Dane Cook, if we acknowledge him it'll only make him think he's funny. And he's not, and if you think he's funny you obviously know nothing about comedy.
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Great to see Jay Pharaoh getting some love. The kid is quite possibly the most gifted impressionist SNL has ever had. His Denzel is scary good. Can't wait to see more of him. And I didn't think anyone even watched Leno anymore. The guy's a buffoon!
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I have even more respect for Joss now. I also like that Jimmy Kimmel 'on' Castle clip.
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I love Joss all the more now.
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LOL for Dane Cook who dissed Leno on his own show. Well said.
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Love the list of Thanksgiving episodes! My favorites are WKRP, Cheers and Bob Newhart. In the Raymond clip Robert was so nervous about eating the tofu turkey he forgot to touch his nose first.
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lol Obama.
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