Late Night Roundup: The Prize Is Right

Late Night Roundup: The Prize Is Right

Jimmy Kimmel hosted the woman who made news this week on the legendary game show The Price is Right, when she won a treadmill — which was a bit of an awkward moment, as she uses a wheelchair. But don’t worry, she’s been a great sport about all of it — and Kimmel ha another great prize for her.

The Nightly Show contributor Mike Yard welcomed Hillary Clinton’s campaign to the great borough of Brooklyn, to get some advice from the locals on how she can fit in: Clothes, hair, nails, food — and tattoos.

Jon Stewart highlighted all the wonderful corruption scandals going on in his home region, from Bridgegate in New Jersey to the indictments in the New York State Senate.

David Letterman marked a key milestone as he heads toward retirement: He officially gave his two weeks’ notice.

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