Elementary school history lessons take a back seat in tonight's episode of Leno.
Battle of the YouTube All-Stars
Leno gathered a bunch of famous Internet celebrities in a pseudo-Jeopardy contest to see who knew the most (or the least) about American history. Within 10 minutes, Chicago is mistaken for a state, Oprah quotes Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Charlize Theron is called a "little tramp."
Talk Show Trending Topics
Talk Show Gags Gettin' Tired
Celebrity Top Ten (Letterman)
Most Side-Splitting Monologue Jokes:
Is That TNT In Your Pants?
"The first time it didn't work. And they busted up this guy. I think the only guy who's had any luck with exploding underpants is Anthony Weiner." (Late Show with David Letterman)
Sounds Like Her Friday Night
They're Job Creators!
Music Moment: Macy Gray
Macy Gray showed up on Letterman to promote her latest album, which is a collection of cover songs. Aptly titled Covered, she sang her version of the classic Radiohead song, Creep. Her distinct, raspy voice astonishingly captures the original, desperate yearning of Thom Yorke's vocals.
Coolest (or Worst) Parent Award
During his interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Johnny Depp revealed he recently jammed with Beatles alum Paul McCartney. Shortly afterwards, he said he had Marilyn Manson perform for his son's 10th birthday party.
If you could rock out with any legendary musician, who would it be? And would you have Marilyn Manson perform for your kid's birthday party?
Set your DVRs!
Eva Longoria on Late Show with David Letterman (5/9)
Howard Stern on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (5/9)