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After it was revealed that Sony's Amy Pascal would like to see Idris Elba play James Bond, Rush Limbaugh weighed in with his opinion.
From Chevy Chase to Zach Galifianakis, some celebrities always belong on the opposite side of the desk from the actual talk show talents.
Lewis Black responds in typical Lewis Black fashion to Rush Limbaugh's comments about Robin Williams' death.
Rush Limbaugh would like everyone to know that Robin Williams killed himself because he was a liberal. Or something.
Here's Rush Limbaugh's unpopular opinions, brought to you by this cardboard cutout of Rush Limbaugh next to an emergency exit.
Jon Stewart did not take kindly to Rush Limbaugh downplaying the effectiveness of #BringBackOurGirls.
Right-wing talk show host Rush Limbaugh weighed in CBS' decision to hire Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman this afternoon. He's not a fan.
Please be Vomiting Kermit, please be Vomiting Kermit, please be Vomiting Kermit...
Rush Limbaugh is about to be thrown off America's second largest broadcaster. But social media isn't as important as you might think in that.
All right, first thing is first – we ain’t getting political here.
Chris Nolan and Conan O'Brien have responded to Rush Limbaugh's theory that Batman villain Bane was named after Mitt Romney's Bain Capital.
This just in: Rush Limbaugh is an idiot, and political pundits make outrageous statements so that people will pay attention to them.
Here is a thing Rush Limbaugh actually said on the radio today, in all seriousness: "Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bane?" Um, yeah.
At 13 Jonathan Krohn was hailed as a future GOP leader. At 17 he now supports Obama and liberal social causes.
It's been a weird couple of weeks where comedy and politics intersect.
Last night on the Daily Show Jon Stewart waded back into the still simmering Rush Limbaugh controversy, specifically how Fox News is working diligently to restore Limbaugh's, ugh, good name by pointing out how Bill Maher once (Or was it more than once.
Patricia Heaton -- most famous for playing Ray Romano's wife on Everybody Loves Raymond -- is a rare bird: a right-leaning actress in Hollywood.