Milo Ventimiglia Blows It by Quoting Lady Gaga During James Corden’s Bruno Mars Soap Opera (Video)

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Damn: Bruno Mars lyrics are DRAMATIC y’all. On Thursday, James Corden and his late-night guests Kate Beckinsale and Milo Ventimiglia turned the “Uptown Funk” singer’s songs into a soap opera.

On the latest episode of “The Bold & The Lyrical,” Beckinsale is caught in a love triangle between the “Late Late Show” host and the “This Is Us” star. Corden may not have Ventimiglia’s looks, but the “Into the Woods” alum gets — or at least delivers — the best lines in the sketch.

Like, his interpretation of: “Today/ I swear/I’m not doing anything,” is a goodie.

As is this one: “So what?/We get drunk/So what?/We smoke weed.”

Plus, the coup de gras: “That’s ice cold/Michelle Pfeiffer/that white gold.”

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Meanwhile, Ventimiglia nearly ruins the whole thing by “accidentally” bringing in Lady Gaga’s “Shallow” lyrics. It’s OK dude, that song has been stuck in all of ours heads since her steamy duet with “A Star Is Born” director Bradley Cooper at the Oscars.

Watch the Corden skit via the video above.

As one might expect, the NBC actor — not the CBS host — gets the girl. Insert your own Pete Davidson joke or meme here if you’d like.

Along with the “W,” Milo gets a plug from us: Ventimiglia’s “This Is Us” airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on NBC.

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David Beckham Is Way Too Polite When James Corden Pranks Him With Fake LA Galaxy Statue (Video)

David Beckham Is Way Too Polite When James Corden Pranks Him With Fake LA Galaxy Statue (Video)

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James Corden’s epic prank of David Beckham is tough to watch and impossible to not crack up at.

On Monday, the CBS “Late Late Show” host rolled video of a killer practical joke he played on his buddy Beckham, who in the footage was presented with an awful-looking fake statue meant to permanently adorn the outside of the L.A. Galaxy stadium.

In addition, the Galaxy legend had to sit through a preview of a less-than flattering faux highlight reel, and mingle with some trying fans. Oh, they were fakes too — Corden employed all actors for this all-star setup.

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Through it all — or at least, through it most — Beckham remained perfectly polite. Some American pro athletes can certainly learn a thing or two about decorum here.

Here’s the background: Beckham, a Manchester United icon, came to the states as a member of the Los Angeles Galaxy. There, he became one of the most successful and celebrated Major League Soccer (MLS) players in history. As tribute, the Galaxy commissioned a full-body bronze statue in his likeness. Corden’s version was neither a tribute, nor a likeness.

Watch the video above. Yes, you may do so through very slightly spread fingers if you must.

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Jonas Brothers All Miserably Fail Lie Detector Tests on ‘Carpool Karaoke’ (Video)

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With an SUV full of Jonas Brothers, James Corden can definitely use the carpool lane.

On Thursday night’s “Carpool Karaoke,” Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas reunited in the “Late Late Show” Range Rover, where the boys — and Corden — sung their hits and shot the breeze.

At one point, the trio got wired up for lie detector tests. What came out is probably not going to help the band — or the family, for that matter.

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Apparently, Nick was definitely the one at fault for breaking up the group, and Kevin has really, really wanted to punch him over that. Oh, and at least one of their wives gets on Joe’s last nerve.

Easter is gonna be awesome.

A little later in the segment, Nick masterfully deflects the Disney Channel censorship question. Man that kid’s been coached up — the family friendly company’s current child stars could learn a thing or two from the “Jealous” singer.

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And yes, they got to the purity rings. Remember those? The Jonas Brothers have been trying to forget them since their teenage years.

Watch the video above.

The brothers have been taking up residence on the CBS late (late) night show all week to celebrate their reunion and promote their upcoming Amazon documentary.

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The Jonas Brothers are back together, but maybe not after Tuesday’s appearance on James Corden’s “Late Late Show,” when the band played “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” together.
The first food up was Beetle Marma…

Joe Jonas Needs a Teleprompter to Sing His Own Jonas Brothers Songs (Video)

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The Jonas Brothers are back, baby! And some are more prepared than others.

On Monday’s “Late Late Show,” where Nick, Kevin and Joe Jonas will be taking residence this week, the boys-turned-men shared the story of how the band got back together and how they kept it a secret — especially from will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas.

Nick and Kevin also ratted on Joe for being the Jonas who always forgets his lyrics. It’s so bad that Joe actually uses a teleprompter on stage — for real. To be fair, he’s also got that DNCE stuff bouncing around in his head.

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“It’s very helpful,” Joe told James Corden. We bet.

Watch the video above.

Check out Corden kidnapping the Jonas Brothers in another video we’ve posted below.



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Also on Monday, Amazon Studios and the Jonas Brothers unveiled their secret documentary project, which will catch fans up on the happenings of the reunited trio. In addition to those main partners, the film hails from Philymack and Federal Films, a division of Republic Records.

The doc will premiere exclusively on Amazon’s Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories. More details, including a premiere date, will be announced later.

Read more about the project here.

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‘Sleeping With the Enemy’ Remake Planned at Fox Searchlight

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Fox Searchlight is planning to remake “Sleeping With the Enemy,” the 1991 film starring Julia Roberts, as part of a new overall producer deal with Damian Jones and his DJ Films Limited, the company announced Tuesday.

Jones, who first partnered with Fox Searchlight in 2016, is developing a reimagining of “Sleeping With the Enemy” with writer and director Nia DaCosta (“Little Woods,” the upcoming horror film “Candyman”). The original film is about a woman (Roberts) who fakes her own death in an attempt to escape a nightmarish marriage, only to find she can’t evade her controlling husband.

Jones is also planning a film adaptation of “One Man, Two Guvnors,” the stage play starring James Corden. The play’s writer, Richard Bean, is executive producing the project along with Oli Refson and Nicholas Hytner. “One Man, Two Guvnors” is itself an English adaptation of “Servant of Two Masters,” an 18th-century Italian play. The play opened in the UK in 2011 and is about a man in 1963 who is separately employed by a gangster and an upper-class twit, all while desperately trying to prevent the two from meeting.

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Jones also has several other projects that he’s currently developing. The first is “President’s Astrologer,” with Samantha Strauss and John Madden, which is the story of Joan Quigley, the astrologer to the Reagan family that focuses on her relationship with Nancy Reagan. Additionally, Jones has an untitled murder mystery by Mark Chappell, as well as projects with Simon Farnaby and Roisin Conaty.

“I’m thrilled to continue my relationship with the marvelous team at Fox Searchlight and their commitment to UK production and distribution is unsurpassed,” Jones said in a statement. “We’re putting together a great slate that continues to grow, with a number of projects lining up for 2019.”

Jones produced “Goodbye Christopher Robin” for Fox Searchlight in 2017, the biopic of “Winnie the Pooh” author A.A. Milne, directed by Simon Curtis and starring Domhnall Gleeson. And in 2016 he produced “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”

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Aaron Sorkin Says He Has ‘No Plans’ to Revive ‘The Newsroom’ (Video)

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ACN is not coming back on the air, according to Aaron Sorkin.

The creator of HBO’s cable news drama “The Newsroom” said on Monday night that he has “no plans” to revive the series, a week after one of the show’s cast members, Olivia Munn, said she’s had conversations about bringing the series back. But Sorkin seemingly canceled those rumors on Monday’s “Late Late Show.”

“I wish the show was on the air now. I’d love to be writing it now. But there are other things coming up. I have no plans to return to any of that,” Sorkin told host James Corden.

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Last week, Munn spoke with Entertainment Tonight about the possibility of a “Newsroom” revival.

“Tom Sadoski and myself, we’ve actually been having conversations with Sorkin about that,” she told ET. “He’s very busy, but we have very high hopes that it would be able to come together, hopefully.”

“The Newsroom” ran on HBO for three seasons between 2012 and 2014, and starred Jeff Daniels as an anchor for the fictional Atlantis Cable News network. The cast included Munn, Sadowski, Emily Mortimer, Alison Pill, Dev Patel, John Gallagher Jr. and Sam Waterston.

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‘Yesterday’ Trailer: No One Remembers The Beatles in Danny Boyle’s Musical Comedy (Video)

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Universal has officially announced the title to “Slumdog Millionaire” director Danny Boyle’s musical comedy about The Beatles as “Yesterday.

The studio also released a trailer for the new film on Tuesday morning, confirming its release date as the previously announced June 28.

In “Yesterday,” Jack Malik (Himesh Patel from BBC’s “Eastenders”) is a struggling amateur musician  in England wakes up after a freak bus accident and mysterious global blackout to discover that The Beatles never existed, no one has ever heard their songs — and John, Paul, George and Ringo are nobodies.

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Even a Google search only reveals the bugs “beetles.” Apparently Coldplay are still really big, though.

Jack then sets out to replenish the world of Beatles songs, with the entire world believing that he wrote them and is now the greatest songwriter who ever lived. He’s even put on the spot by James Corden to “write” something completely new, so he “writes”… “Something.” But will he learn how to play bass left handed? And who’s his Yoko?

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“Yesterday” comes from Boyle and Richard Curtis, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of “Love, Actually” and “Notting Hill.” It also stars Lily James, Kate McKinnon and Ed Sheeran as Jack’s record producers, with the latter recommending that Jack call his magnum opus song, “Hey Dude.” Brilliant.

The film also naturally features covers of classic Beatles’ hits. It’s produced by Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner alongside Matthew James Wilkinson and Bernie Bellew. Curtis and Boyle also produce. Nick Angel and Lee Brazier serve as executive producers.

Watch the trailer for “Yesterday” above.

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New ABC Boss Karey Burke: ‘I Would Be Thrilled’ to Add Another Late-Night Show After ‘Kimmel’

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CBS has James Corden at 12:37 a.m., immediately following Stephen Colbert. NBC’s Seth Meyers starts two minutes earlier, just a commercial break after Jimmy Fallon calls it a night. ABC airs two 30-minute shows, news program “Nightline” and viral video show “Right This Minute,” across the same hour — is now the time for the Disney-owned broadcast net to add a second late-night comedy/variety show after “Jimmy Kimmel Live?”

We asked new ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke exactly that question today, roughly five hours or so after Jimmy Kimmel himself schlepped all the way out to Pasadena to introduce the former Freeform originals chief to the Television Critics Association during our winter press tour.

Kimmel did a masterful job roasting his new boss and longtime home network, and then Burke endeared herself to the reporters with her college graduation photo, a snapshot of “Bachelor” night at the Burke household, and generally just being refreshingly open and honest in answering our many, many questions.

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Readers can find Kimmel’s best jokes from the surprise appearance here, and the late-night snippet of our conversation with Burke below.

TheWrap: Jimmy Kimmel has some momentum going — is it time to launch a second late-night show after him to compete with James Corden and Seth Meyers?
Burke: I am interested in anything that Jimmy wants to do beyond his show. If he is interested in producing something else, I would be thrilled to enter that conversation.

So Kimmel would get right of first refusal on the 12:30 time slot?
KB: I actually don’t have any idea what our arrangement is with Jimmy, so I can’t speak to anything that’s legal or specific, but I can tell you, based on the relationship, we certainly would turn to him first for any conversation about expanding in the nighttime.

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TW: “Nightline” (the long-standing series currently at 12:37 a.m. on ABC) is an ABC News program — would the news division be grandfathered into the time slot?
KB: We are partners. We work very well with– no one owns any of the time periods. We work together to figure out where news programming is best deployed. “Nightline” is an institution that has done amazing work for this network for many, many years.

[At this point an ABC PR rep interjected to remind us this conversation of swapping “Nightline” for a second late-night show is all “speculative.” We know, we know.]

KB: Those thoughts are all pie in the sky, but we love Jimmy. Anything he’s interested in doing for ABC — primetime, daytime, morning — we would have those conversations with him.

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‘The World’s Best’ Debut Tops 22 Million Viewers Following Super Bowl LIII

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CBS’ answer to “America’s Got Talent,” new competition series “The World’s Best,” bowed to 22.22 million total viewers on Sunday, following Super Bowl LIII. That’s down 18 percent compared to last year’s post-Super Bowl show, “This Is Us.”

Last year, the NBC family drama scored 27 million total viewers and had a 9.3 rating among adults 18-49. Those were both way up from the prior year’s “24: Legacy” debut.

Meanwhile, CBS boasted big late-night numbers for its special Sunday episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” which posted 5.52 million viewers, the show’s third-highest viewer total ever.

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Read about the “World’s Best” overnight ratings here. And check out the metered market returns for the big game here.

More to come…

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When CBS debuts “The World’s Best” after Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night, the network is hoping the result is closer to “Undercover Boss” than “The Late Show.”

The massive audience that the Super Bowl garners — it’s drawn over 100 million for the past nine years — can provide a boost to an existing series or help launch a new one. Last year, NBC aired a highly-anticipated episode of “This is Us,” which ended up drawing 27 million viewers and a 9.3 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic.

CBS entertainment president Kelly Kahl, who used to run primetime scheduling for the network, has been through this many times. So has CBS: Super Bowl LIII marks the 20th time the network has aired the big game. “We’ve done this quite a few times and, seeing what works and what doesn’t, the question you tend to ask yourself is what show can be most helped?” Kahl said during a conversation at the television critics association press tour.

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The last time CBS aired the Super Bowl, in 2015, the network made the unconventional move of airing Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” directly after the big game, the first time a late-night series got the prized time slot. That special, live episode managed to draw just 20.6 million viewers, the third-lowest total for any show airing after the Super Bowl.

“The World’s Best” is from two reality TV heavyweights in Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell. The first-of-its-kind global talent competition features acts from every genre imaginable, from every corner of the planet, according to the show’s official logline. They not only have to impress American judges but will also need to break through the “wall of the world,” featuring 50 of the world’s most accomplished experts from every field of entertainment. Only one act will ultimately be crowned “The World’s Best.”

James Corden will host the competition. Faith Hill, Drew Barrymore and RuPaul are the American judges on the “AGT”-like property.

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“We know [World’s Best] has broad appeal,” Kahl continued. “The Super Bowl gets the broadest appeal and biggest audience all year. And here’s a show we saw that appeals to men, women, kinds, older adults.”

In 2010, CBS premiered “Undercover Boss” after Super Bowl XLIV to 38.7 million viewers, the third-highest of any post-Super Bowl show, behind only “Survivor” season 2 premiere (2001 – 45.4 million) and “Friends” (1996 – 52.9 million). Kahl sees a similarity between “World’s Best” and “Undercover Boss.”

“We went back to ‘Undercover Boss,’” he explained.”There was a tease that we were able to do. As we executed [that] throughout the game, people were like ‘Yea, I need to see how this goes.’ And we’re hoping for kind of a similar result.”

Super Bowl LIII kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on CBS, with “The World’s Best” airing around 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m PT.

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‘World’s Best’: CBS Unveils the ‘Wall of the World’ in First Trailer for Talent Competition Series (Video)

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Ahead of its debut after the Super Bowl, CBS released the first trailer for “The World’s Best,” its global talent competition series.

James Corden will host the competition. Faith Hill, Drew Barrymore and RuPaul are the American judges on the “AGT”-like property.

The series will get the best launch pad in TV, directly after the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battle it out in Super Bowl LIII on CBS, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on Sunday. “World’s Best” will air around 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, before it moves to its normal Wednesday timeslot from 8 to 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Each year, the Super Bowl is the most-watched show on television — so it provides a pretty good lead-in. “World’s Best” has a 10-episode order.

“The World’s Best” is produced by Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television and MGM Television and Fulwell 73 Productions. Mike Darnell, Mark Burnett, Corden, Ben Winston, Brooke Karzen, Dan Sacks, Alison Holloway, James Breen and Barry Poznick are executive producers.

The project from the two reality heavyweights is a first-of-its-kind global talent competition that features acts from every genre imaginable, from every corner of the planet, according to the show’s official logline. They not only have to impress American judges but will also need to break through the “wall of the world,” featuring 50 of the world’s most accomplished experts from every field of entertainment. Only one act will ultimately be crowned “The World’s Best.”

Watch the trailer above.

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James Corden and Ashley Graham Want You to Ditch Your New Year’s Diet Resolution (Video)

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‘Tis the season for the entire country to go on a health kick, embrace “Dry January,” quit carbs and dig out those old gym clothes.

But James Corden and Ashley Graham want to remind viewers not to diet just because it’s the new year, as they love everyone “Just the Way You Are.”

The “Late Late Show” host and the model joined forces to sing a duet Thursday night encouraging January dieters to be happy with their bodies and quit resolutions that make them miserable.

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“Don’t go dieting, because it’s new year. Don’t feel pressure to lose weight,” the pair sang to the tune of the Billy Joel hit song.

“Love your body, enjoy the food you eat, embrace the mirror – you look great!” they encourage, as Corden plays the piano.

“I’d never ask you to change your body, there’s other things you need to fix,” well, that’s not quite as positive … “like how you’re always late to dinner, when we say ‘six,’ show up at six.”

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Corden and Graham go on to criticize the subject of their ballad for always wearing the same two shirts and telling jokes worse than their dad.

Watch their entire performance in the video above.

Late-Night TV’s 12 Best and Biggest Viral Videos of 2018 (Photos)

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TheWrap has compiled a list of the 12 biggest and best viral videos from late-night TV in 2018. There were some superheroes, the best “Carpool Karaoke” segments of the year, plenty of Mean Tweets, and enough Trump commentary to last us a li…

Michael Buble, Ariana Grande, Paul McCartney Help Corden Wish You a Merry ‘Christmas Carpool Karaoke’ (Video)

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James Corden pulled one more “Carpool Karaoke” out of his (Santa’s) hat this year, with a little help from all the singers who filmed their version of the popular “Late Late Show” segment this year. And, as he decided to drop it Dec. 20, it was holiday mashup edition, obviously.

The CBS late-night host starts off the bit by sitting in his van, which is brimming with holiday decorations and goodies, wondering why he just doesn’t feel Christmasy yet. Enter Michael Buble.

As soon as the king of modern Christmas music arrives, Corden is feeling merry and bright and the two begin to sing Darlene Love’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” But that’s just where the Christmas magic begins.

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Then we hop through time, as the video cuts to Corden with all the different musicians he invited into the carpool lane this year, including Ariana Grande, Paul McCartney, Migos, Cardi B, Shawn Mendes, Barbra Streisand, Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera.

The scenes mesh together in perfect harmony, as everyone filmed a duet to Love’s holiday hit, and this group of impressive pipes can definitely carry a Christmas tune.

Watch the video above.

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Will Ferrell Eats Ant-Filled Yogurt to Avoid Naming His Worst Movie (Video)

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Will Ferrell did not spill his guts on Thursday’s “Late Late Show” episode, but James Corden sure did — all into a spittoon bucket.

The “Holmes & Watson” star played some “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” on the CBS (late) late-night program, and he ate everything in front of him — and then some.

“I love that there’s two, in case I really love the first one,” Ferrell joked of the smorgasbord setup.

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For starters, Ferrell downed a raw claw shooter with Vienna sausage juice to avoid naming the “most difficult” “SNL” host during his tenure.

Next course was ant yogurt, which he gobbled down to avoid naming his least-favorite Will Ferrell movies. Corden got that very same question next, but he was presented with a different delicacy.

“You’ve got to understand — this a turkey’s balls,” Corden said.

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“It’s OK, I’ll never come on your show again,” Ferrell countered.

So Corden tries to eat it and then pukes. He had already spit up the giant water scorpion.

“Stuff like squirts out in your mouth, and you know what that stuff is,” Corden explained of the fowl’s nuts.

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Lastly, Ferrell spoons out a fish eye to (probably) avoid hurting Mel Gibson’s feelings. You’ll see what we mean.

Watch the video above.

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