It was another powerhouse show Thursday night. Late Night welcomed
Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann, Ronan Farrow and Gary Gulman.
Seth came out firing in the monologue, joking about Take Your Child to Work Day, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ronald McDonald's impending makeover. You can see the monologue here.
Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann came on together to talk about their new movie, The Other Woman, and share stories about pranking costar Kate Upton, giant dogs and Leslie's allergic reaction to kissing Game of Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Watch the interview here.
Want to know more about the guests? Cameron Diaz is revered for her roles in The Mask, There's Something About Mary and Charlie's Angels. She has received four Golden Globe nominations for her performances in Being John Malkovich, Gangs of New York and There's Something About Mary. Leslie Mann has been seen in The Cable Guy, Knocked Up and This Is 40. The Other Woman hits theaters worldwide April 25th.
Ronan Farrow stopped by to talk about his new show on MSNBC, which, coincidentally, debuted the same day as Seth's. The journalist, activist, lawyer and former U.S. government advisor talked about why he was drawn to host a show, involving the audience in story selection and his days in the State Department. Watch the interview here.
More on this guest: Ronan Farrow currently hosts an MSNBC show, Ronan Farrow Daily, which airs weekdays at 1:00 p.m. ET. Ronan recently received the third annual Cronkite Award for Excellence in Exploration and Journalism. He is the son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen.
Comedian Gary Gulman came by for a set, joking about Judaism and his friend's inability to find a synonym for the word atrocity. Watch the set here.
About the comic: Gary Gulman is a stand-up comedian, who was a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing. He has released four comedy albums, has guested on numerous late night talk shows, had a Comedy Central special and tours nationally; he can be seen in the recent movie Lucky Them.
Tune in at 12:35/11:35c!