There were lots of great moments on last night's talk shows. Seth Meyers had Donald Trump's former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway address yesterday's bombshell intelligence leak, while Fallon played a new game with his old pal Fred Armisen. Want to know more? Keep reading. And in the meantime, get all of your TV listings here: http://tv.twcc.com/listings
Kellyanne Conway Denies Trump Was Aware of Bombshell Intelligence Report
Trump's former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway walked into the lion's den last night (i.e. Late Night With Seth Meyers) just as news broke that the President-elect had been informed by the intelligence community last week about the Russian government discovering potentially devastating information on his personal life and finances. Meyers grilled Conway during the interview, but she remained steady in saying the reports were not sourced. However, as Meyers reminded her, an intelligence officer working for Britain sourced the reports. This won't be the last time we'll be hearing about this story.
Humannequins with Queen Latifah, Wayne Coyne and Fred Armisen
Fallon introduced a funny new game last night called Humannequins. The game is just like charades, but rather than act out the clues the contestants have to move each other around like mannequins. Get it? To play the game, Fallon enlisted SNL buddy Fred Armisen, Queen Latifah and The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne.
Anna Faris Gives Unqualified Dating Advice
Anna Faris has a popular podcast called Unqualified where she gives bad advice on stuff like dating. During her appearance on Conan's show last night Faris rattled off some of her unqualified advice, which was actually kind of spot on.
Generation Gap With Cousin Sal
Kimmel's Cousin Sal played a game called Generation Gap where a 92-year-old and 13-year-old faced off in a contest over who knew more about the other's generation. Seriously, the 92-year-old man doesn't look a day over 60. Talk about great genes!
Cartoon Trump Live Tweets President Obama's Farewell Speech
President Obama gave his farewell address to the nation last night in Chicago, so Colbert did a funny web-only bit that involved Cartoon Donald Trump live-tweeting it all. It's surprising the real Donald Trump wasn't live tweeting during the speech.
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