These are the top 10 reasons why 2019's "Cats" is the WORST. For this list, we’re taking a look at why the cinematic version of “Cats” is a shoddily made, borderline incoherent mess of a movie, and why "Cats" is the worst movie of 2019. We acknowledge that this is destined to become a “so bad, it’s good” cult classic, but that’s clearly not what the filmmakers or studio had intended. From its creepiness, to its annoying songs, to its complete absence of a plot, there are too many reasons to count why "Cats" is one of the worst movies of the year.
Jane and Lily talk about being arrested for non-violent disobedience as a part of Fire Drill Fridays to bring awareness to the climate crisis, what it was like in jail, Jane's famous mugshot from her 1970 arrest, other things they should have been arrested for, and the new season of 'Grace and Frankie' on Netflix.
We celebrate our 3,000th show, Jimmy reads terrible reviews of our first show ever, all one hundred United States Senators took an oath swearing 'impartial justice' in the impeachment trial, questions linger about whether the Senate will vote to call witnesses, a Conservative Political Action Committee called 'American Action Network' is running commercials with the same actress claiming to be a teacher in multiple states, Trump attended the world economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, and we went out on the street for a new impeachment edition of #LieWitnessNews.
Trump celebrated three years in office by paying tribute to himself and somehow brought Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into it, Trump has officially lied more than 16,241 times, put together an all-star defense team for his impeachment trial, and despite everyone in Trump's circle claiming they don't know Lev Parnas there seem to be a lot of photos of him with all of them. Meanwhile, the champagne drama continues on ABC's 'The Bachelor,' and we remember the highlights of the first three years under Donald Trump.
Michael talks about playing Mr. Roarke in the new Fantasy Island movie, growing up watching horror films, and his mom's superstitions to ward off bad spirits.
Once again, we've bleeped and blurred all the week's big TV moments whether they need it or not. This week we feature Tom Steyer, Pete Buttigieg, Donald Trump and more. #UnnecessaryCensorship
Trump's impeachment trial starts Tuesday so naturally he tweeted about it again today, Lev Parnas, one of Rudy Giuliani's associates, sat down with Rachel Maddow to spill some new details about the Ukraine situation, and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner made the cover of Time Magazine.
Florence talks about finding out she was nominated for an Oscar, letting her parents know, who she's planning to bring, acting with Meryl Streep, and growing up in Oxford.
In his first appearance on our show, Al talks about his many Oscar nominations over the years, sitting next to Jeff Bridges during his first time at the Academy Awards, making Godfather 2, being aged down for The Irishman, his new show 'Hunters' on Amazon Prime, and he takes questions from pedestrians on Hollywood Blvd.
Flu season is underway, so to raise awareness of flu prevention and to create some mischief too, we went over to the Loews Hollywood Hotel, and we cornered people in an elevator with a reporter pretending to be sick. #EyewitnessFlus
Charlize talks about winning an Oscar for Monster, her love of 'The Bachelor,' learning to sound like Megyn Kelly for her role in Bombshell, the start of the #MeToo movement, what her kids think about her award nominations, and she reveals what happened on the worst date she has ever been on.
The House officially handed over articles of impeachment, a new shady character Robert Hyde was introduced into the Trumperverse, Trump was in rare form at a campaign rally in Milwaukee, CNN released new audio of a confrontation between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, Bernie has an interesting new campaign ad, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders released the cover of her forthcoming book.
Trump is busy looking to add new countries to his travel ban. It's unclear which countries would be added to the ban, so we decided to have some fun with it. We went on the street and asked people what they thought of Trump's new ban on all foreigners with beards, which he hasn't asked for... yet. But will that stop folks from weighing in on it? We find out in a foreign facial hair edition of #LieWitnessNews.
In an effort to keep their cruises family-friendly, Carnival Cruise Line has enforced a dress code, which bans any clothing they deem to be offensive. This is a fine line, so we actually tracked down the Director of PR for Carnival, Gil Fredricks, to help us understand what's going on. #FredWillard
Six Democratic candidates debated in Des Moines, Iowa, Donald Trump and Melania attended the College Football National Championship, Odell Beckham Jr. gave out 'fake' money to LSU players after their win, the House is expected to hand articles of impeachment over to the Senate, the House Intelligence Committee released damning new evidence from one of Rudy Giuliani's Ukrainian dirt diggers, and Mike Pence swore in the new Space Force chief.
Tim talks about massages, 'The Bachelor,' watching 'Naked and Afraid,' working on Toy Story 4 with Keanu Reeves, feeding homeless people at The Laugh Factory, his show 'Last Man Standing,' and at long last he finally responds to a young man named Malcolm who has been posting videos trying to get Tim to grunt back at him for three years.
A Japanese billionaire is looking for a lady to go to the moon with him which sounds like the premise of a reality dating show. Back on Earth, the second episode of 'The Bachelor' aired tonight on ABC, and one of the important skills that the Bachelor needs is the ability to end a relationship at a moment's notice. So we decided to send Pilot Pete to a local mall, put him on an escalator, expose him to a stream of strangers and break up with them.
Jimmy breaks down the Oscar nominations, the White House lies about the weather, Donald Trump gets in front of friendly crowds at a pep rally in Toledo to once again claim he's better than Abraham Lincoln, and the Royal Family meets to discuss the future of Harry and Meghan.