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Ian Goldstein

Dana Carvey: 'I never want to live in a world where Donald Trump isn't running for president'

Dana Carvey knows an entertaining presidential candidate when he sees one. Having iconically portrayed both Ross Perot and George H.W. Bush, the SNL alum echoed what many U.S. voters think about Donald Trump on Friday night’s episode of The Tonight Show.

“I’m not saying I want Donald Trump to be president,” Carvey told Jimmy Fallon. “But I never want to live in a world where Donald Trump isn’t running for president.”

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Jimmy Fallon is now officially Demi Lovato's BFF

Demi Lovato and Jimmy Fallon are BFFs. This was confirmed on Friday night’s episode of The Tonight Show as the singer presented the host with a customized gift.

Lovato—who sports a jacket with the title of her new album, Confident, displayed on the back—decided to give Fallon a specialized version of her black coat. The hosts’ jacket showed the word “confident” with “BFFFFFFF” written directly underneath it.

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Stephen Colbert dresses as a 'sexy teenage vampire' on The Late Show

“Welcome to The Late Show. I am the late Stephen Colbert.”

Fear was in the air on Friday night’s episode of the Late Show as Stephen Colbert came out dressed up for his very first Halloween show. “I am obviously a sexy teenage vampire,” Colbert told the audience.

The host soon realized that his vampire costume might be problematic for him. “One thing I learned as a vampire is if you’re going to wear teeth like this, you should definitely do it in rehearsal as well,” Colbert said, then noting that he sounds like he a vampire from Barcelona.

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Dana Carvey impersonates Lorne Michaels and Keith Richards on The Tonight Show

Master impersonator Dana Carvey joined fellow Saturday Night Live alum Jimmy Fallon for a special Halloween-themed version of “Wheel of Impressions” on Friday night’s episode of The Tonight Show.

Carvey and Fallon moved through spot-on impressions of President Obama giving out candy and Mick Jagger enthusiastically going through a corn maze.

Then combining both concepts, Carvey brought out his Keith Richards impression, full of psychotic laughing and gibberish as he scared off the trick-or-treaters.

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See Stephen Colbert argue for alien life on The Late Show

Somewhere out there, aliens could be watching us. At least that’s what Stephen Colbert tried to prove on Thursday night’s episode of The Late Show.

The host was joined by Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey host Neil deGrasse Tyson and producer Seth MacFarlane to discuss the recent buzz about a potential ‘Alien Megastructure’ in space.

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Stephen Colbert criticizes CNBC debate moderators for 'lack of preparation'

Though Stephen Colbert was tempted not to discuss the most recent Republican debate — which he said managed to “thread the needle between confusing and boring” — the host took the time on Thursday night’s episode of the Late Show to focus on the CNBC moderators.

Treating the debate like a job interview, the moderators began by asking the Republican presidential candidates to explain their biggest weaknesses.

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See Will Forte test his beard for fecal matter on The Tonight Show

Will Forte is worried about his beard. He admitted on Thursday night’s episode of The Tonight Show that ever since he started reading articles about beards being “riddled with fecal matter” he became concerned for his own facial hair.

So the Last Man on Earth star got some help from a UCLA research scholar to help test his beard to see if his fears were based in reality, and to see if he would be called “poop beard” for the rest of his life.

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Harrison Ford on Star Wars: J.J. Abrams has 'made an incredible movie'

Harrison Ford didn’t want to reveal very much about the plot of Star Wars: The Force Awakens during his Thursday night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, but the actor did having something to say about the forthcoming film’s quality.

“I can tell you this. It’s really, really good,” Ford, who wore a hot-dog costume on Kimmel’s show, told the late-night host. (Kimmel himself was dressed as Princess Leia.)

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