“Don Jr. couldn’t run a Dunkin’ Donuts," said the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host.
The long-time couple announced their breakup in a joint statement less than two weeks ago.
Stamos spoke about his complicated friendship with Saget and some uncharacteristic behavior he saw a month before the comedian died.
The hip-hop mogul claimed he retrieved a laptop with a video of his ex-wife having sex with her former boyfriend.
The "Bad Habits" singer developed some, well, bad habits with his mobile device.
The actor, who went to the event where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made wild claims about vaccines, said “nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything."
The actor admitted it was "very daunting" to meet fellow "Spider-Man" stars Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
"She’s a heavy smoker," Kidman said in the joint interview. "That was a huge key to it."
The socialite and TV personality revealed to Andy Cohen that she'd reached out to congratulate Lohan on her recent engagement: "We're grown-ups now."
The former NBA star claimed that at least 100 vaccinated pro athletes have died on the field.
"The Late Show" host turned the Donald Trump acolyte's comment about not looking after other people's children into a song.
The couple were first romantically linked in 2017 after meeting on a movie set.
"This changes everything, this changes everything!" Noah, host of "The Daily Show," mockingly responded to the podcaster's comments on race.
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson's disingenuous criticism of Joe Biden's hot mic moment got the treatment from the "Late Night" comedian.
The rapper revealed that the new record was produced by Future.
This 1967 footage from "American Bandstand" was recorded just two months before cofounder Syd Barrett's final appearance with the band.
"And of course, most of all, I want to thank Genevieve," the game show champion said.
The late night host took aim at the former president's son's widely criticized appearance on Fox News.
The "Late Show" host called out conservatives and right-wing media for embracing Vladimir Putin.
The iHeartRadio Music Awards will air live from Los Angeles on March 22.