Friday, May 22, 2015

Late Night Roundup: Capitol Hill Bathroom Training

Jimmy Kimmel looked at the latest problem on Capitol Hill: Police offers who have been leaving their guns in the public bathrooms.

Conan O’Brien went about the management task of giving staff performance reviews. But first, he would have to find out who actually works for him, and what they all do — and also look at his own performance.

Jimmy Fallon did a fun little feature: “Misheard Lyrics,” as submitted by viewers on Twitter.

Seth Meyers welcomed some special guests to his show: His mother, and his aunts.

‘Do Not Track’ Documentary Shows How You’re Watched Online

By Adrian McCoy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (TNS)

Most people who are setting up a social media account or downloading a new app hit the “Agree” button for the terms of service agreement without even reading it. They have a vague idea that they’re selling off parts of themselves. The illuminating Web documentary Do Not Track will give them a clear of idea of just how much they’re giving away — and to whom.

Do Not Track is an international effort, produced by the French production company Upian, the National Film Board of Canada, the French/German public broadcaster Arte and German public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk.…

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Farewell To Dave: 10 Of His Greatest TV Moments

It was the end of an era Wednesday night: The last episode for David Letterman, as he heads off into retirement after more than 30 years on the air.

There was a final, all-star celebrity “Top 10″ list: “Top 10 Things I’ve Always Wanted To Say To Dave.”

A special appearance by several U.S. presidents: “Our long national nightmare is over.”

A heartfelt, emotional goodbye from Dave, Paul, and the whole crew.

And a musical look back at the show over the decades, headlined by Dave’s good friends, The Foo Fighters.

David Letterman did something special: He brought weirdness to mainstream TV.…

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