Graham Norton

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Getting excited for Logan, which hits theaters this weekend? Have you already plowed through all 600 X-Men movies and crave more?

Well, you're in luck because Wolverine and Professor X were on The Graham Norton Show last weekend, and it was as exciting as any X-Man can be. They were talking about — what else — Patrick Stewart's penis. 

Watch Hugh Jackman lose it to this story about Patrick Stewart's penis and, more specifically, the time when Patrick Stewart discovered that he wasn't circumcised. 

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I said hot damn can McConaughey weave one hell of a tale. It's gotta be something with the delivery -- the cadence, the illustrative word choice...the authenticity.

Regardless of what it is that makes this southern gent so particularly gifted when it comes to the craft of storytelling, sit back and enjoy as he talks about that one time his old man pissed himself a shiny new bicycle.

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The personal favorite, obligatory shoutout immediately goes to my man Benedict Cumberbatch. The dude brings it home with his Jar Jar Binks impersonation at the beginning, and manages to set the stage for what's truly a kickass laugh riot. 

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For weeks, people have been debating one thing and one thing only: Is this a picture of Tom Hanks or Bill Murray?

With the picture’s subject’s rounded nose and toothless mouth, it can be hard to tell the difference between them. But Tom Hanks appeared on The Graham Norton Show to put the debate to rest.

After showing off the difference between the sides of his own face, Hanks, along with Gemma Arterton and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, recreates the picture of Bill Murray screaming with baby. It’s really something.

Also in this interview, Tom Hanks dusts off his Forrest Gump performance, and this baby still runs.

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Are you lonely? Do you feel like everyone's always swiping left? Why not take some dating advice from the one who knocks?

Appearing on The Graham Norton ShowBreaking Bad's Bryan Cranston revealed his secret past as the director of dating profile videos. Before Tinder, OkCupid, and Match.com, single people would record a short video of themselves as an introduction. Prospective daters would then watch and effectively swipe right or left on the person. Cranston's job, as he tells Norton, was to get these daters to loosen up a bit. 

In this clip, Cranston gives the tricks of the trade and even takes a stab at a video intro of his own with a little help from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them's Eddie Redmayne and Dr. Strange's Benedict Cumberbatch.

Try to contain yourselves.

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Look! It's your childhood! And for Americans who thought they were the only ones who remember this '90s television entertainment touchstone, Will Smith's recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show proves them wrong.