Hillary Clinton Tells Jimmy Kimmel She’d Beat Bill Clinton in a Presidential Election

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Hillary Clinton tells Jimmy Kimmel she’d beat Bill Clinton in a presidential election

In a wide-ranging interview, Kimmel thanked Clinton for visiting his talk show last and got her to admit she might tune in when Donald Trump hosts SNL this weekend. They also discussed Jeb Bush’s woes and why Ben Carson is topping her in one poll. Clinton also surprised Kimmel’s kids focus group, in which the boys argued that women were “too girly” to be president.

Trevor Noah recalls his “crazy experience” checking into the hospital for an emergency appendectomy

The Daily Show host also thanked Comedy Central, jokingly, “for giving me one day off after surgery.”

John Leguizamo: “I won’t watch SNL anymore” because of Donald Trump

“I find it hurtful and insulting,” he says, “and you’re celebrating someone who has said some horrible things. I find it unacceptable. I will not watch… I won’t watch SNL anymore.” PLUS: Another member of Congress denounces SNL from the House floor.

’s Michael Che: I could make “a LOT” of money auctioning my tickets for Donald Trump’s episode

But, he adds, that he’d “of course” donate the money to charity.

Fargo’s Allison Tolman lands an ABC sitcom

She’ll star in Downward Dog, a comedy about a woman and her dog that will feature canine confessionals.

South Park is having one of its most ambitious seasons by revolving around a “PC” central storyline

The “PC Principal” theme of this season is a satirical masterstroke, but it hasn’t always been perfect.

Conan O’Brien denies lawsuit’s claim: We don’t steal jokes

In saying the jokes were “independently created,” Conan pointed out that jokes that Robert Kaseberg claim were stolen weren’t very original.

Watch Jimmy Fallon and Martin Short play a married couple, featuring a Steve Martin cameo

Check them out in ‘90s soap opera Tensions.

ABC Family greenlights Amanda Knox-inspired Guilt, plus supernatural drama Beyond

Guilt, about an American accused of a savage murder in London, and Tim Kring’s Beyond, about a man who wakes up from a coma after 12 years, will be part of ABC Family’s transition to Freeform network.

Meet The Vampire Diaries’ new vampire hunter

Leslie-Anne Huff will play Rayna, a vicious vampire hunter.

Supergirl casts an alien-hating senator

Unforgettable vet Tawny Cypress will play Miranda Crane.

Joshua Malina talks about his Scandal twist

When he first read the script, Malina says, “I’m sure I immediately started sweating.” PLUS: Watch the latest episode of Scandal High.

James Corden sings The Wizard of Oz-inspired “Somewhere after The Late Show

Watch Corden remind viewers that there’s another show after Stephen Colbert.

See more pics of Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco filming HBO ‘70s porn drama The Deuce

Gyllenhaal was spotted wearing a full prostitute getup for the David Simon series.

The Ben Stiller Show is now available for streaming on CW Seed

All 13 episodes of the 1992 Emmy-winning Fox sketch comedy show that launched the careers of Stiller, Judd Apatow, Andy Dick, Janeane Garofalo and Bob Odenkirk can now be watched for free.

What happened to the stars of Too Many Cooks?

It’s the one-year anniversary of the Adult Swim viral video.

Tig Notaro’s Amazon show One Mississippi could be the next Transparent

The comedy from Notaro, Louis CK and Diablo Cody is “a dark comedy; a bleak comedy,” says Pilot Viruet, “a comedy about declining health and death and feeling out of place and having your family almost literally dissolve. It’s funny, especially in a surrealistic way, but it’s not exactly guaranteed to make you laugh out loud.” PLUS: One Mississippi is more emotionally raw than Transparent.

Ex-Justified star Natalie Zea welcomes her first child

She and actor husband Travis Chuldt welcomed a daughter last week.

19 Kids and Counting’s Jessa Duggar Seewald welcomes her first child

Jessa’s well-documented pregnancy has ended with the birth of a baby boy.