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Lady Gaga recalls some good advice she got from a stripper

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have a few things in common: musical talent, the album they just made together, and their appearance on The Tonight Show last night, to name a few. But there are other areas where the two of them are very different.

For example, when Jimmy Fallon brought up that one time Bennett took advice from a cab driver in New York, he then asked Gaga if she’d ever taken advice from a stranger. She had. Only she got her advice from an elderly stripper in Atlanta. As you do.

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Jimmy Fallon, Oprah Winfrey star in a soap opera (with vocal effects)

Many people don’t remember this, but back in the ’80s, Jimmy Fallon and Oprah Winfrey starred in a soap opera together. The two played a husband and wife on Midnight Meadows, which was almost as popular as Days of Our Lives.

To refresh everyone’s memory, Fallon played a clip from the ’80s hit when Winfrey stopped by the Tonight Show. Apparently, it wasn’t just a soap opera, but rather a soap opera with vocal effects.

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Steve Carell sings 'Sexual Healing' with Jimmy Fallon's barbershop quartet

In Hollywood, it’s rare that two ideas come together so perfectly that everyone’s happy. But that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday night’s Tonight Show.

The two ideas? Steve Carell singing with a barbershop quartet and a barbershop quartet singing Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing.” Last night, Carell joined Jimmy Fallon’s quartet, The Ragtime Gals, for a brief performance that’s sure to make the world a happier place.

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'Conan' is selling Nick Offerman's giant wooden emojis

Remember when Nick Offerman went on Conan and joked about how everyone should start communicating using emojis, even when they’re having a face-to-face discussion? Well, he was only partly joking.

Conan has teamed up with Tilt.com to actually create facsimiles of Offerman’s giant emojis. So far, 100 prototypes have been made, with proceeds going to the Children’s Defense Fund. The bad news? The first batch already sold out at $100 an emoji. The good news? There’s another batch on the way. You can find them here, and then quit emoting all together.

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Best of 2014: The year in meta, from 'Birdman' to 'Blank Space'

Time is a flat circle—and in 2014, so was entertainment. Sure, self-referential movies, TV shows, and plays are nothing new (see also: Singin’ in the RainThe Dick Van Dyke Show, Kiss Me Kate). But this year, it sure seemed like more and more stories—and music videos, and, in some cases, real-life events—were taking the möbius-strip route. Because we couldn’t figure out a way to write a list about being a list, we decided instead to pull together a chronology of meta-highlights: READ FULL STORY

Aaron Paul channels Jesse Pinkman in profane new 'YB' iPhone app

Breaking Bad might have ended more than a year ago, but Jesse Pinkman lives on in a new iPhone application. And no, he’s not selling drugs. Instead, he’s offering what the app describes as “colorful greetings for you and your friends.”

Basically, Aaron Paul is finally ready to call the entire world “bitch.” In the new app, appropriately titled “YB,” Paul spices up your conversations with phrases ranging from the classic, “Yo, bitch,” to “I love you, bitch.” So really, it works for all occasions.

Billy Eichner performs an original song he wrote for Taylor Swift

Billy Eichner really loves Taylor Swift, mostly because her music gets to the heart of the critical issue of our time: What to do when a boy doesn’t text you back.

So to honor Swift, Eichner wrote her a song that he’d like her to record. But for now, we’ll have to settle for his rendition, which he performed last night on Conan. The song is called “Glitter and Ribs,” and contains lyrics about making out in bibs and well, this: “You’ll never know my heart like my heart knows my heart.”

Your move, Taylor.

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Martin Short, Jerry Seinfeld, and Miranda Sings play Pictionary on 'Fallon'

What do you do when you have two comedians and a YouTube sensation on a talk show? You play Pictionary, obviously.

At least that was Jimmy Fallon’s answer when Martin Short appeared on The Tonight Show last night. For the game, Fallon brought out a little competition—key word being “little”—in Miranda Sings and Jerry Seinfeld. The result was a riveting game in which everyone sucked, but at least Sings was wearing pink Crocs.

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Mark Ruffalo, Stephen Merchant play 'Musical Beers' on 'Tonight'

Last night, The Tonight Show launched a new game. Everyone, meet “Musical Beers”—the perfect crossover between beer pong and musical chairs. And yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like.

To kick off the new game, Jimmy Fallon invited guest Mark Ruffalo, along with Stephen Merchant, out for some very messy fun before very quickly knocking Merchant out of the competition. Yeah, things get competitive.

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'Frozen' meets 'Breaking Bad' with 'Do You Want to Build a Meth Lab?'

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Breaking Bad never really had a full theme song, and now we know why: It was simply waiting for Frozen to come along so that it could find and borrow the right melody. Thanks to the folks at Animeme, the perfect collaboration has finally materialized in the form of “Do You Want to Build a Meth Lab?”

The Disney-esque mash-up serves as a quick recap of the series, from the RV days to Gus’ demise and every fly in between. Sure, there are minor details (and Nazis) missing, but can you really fault a video that works in Jane’s overdose?

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