The last day of school — the excitement, the pranks, an entire summer ahead of you — unless you're English teacher Andy Campbell. Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Charlie Day plays Andy, a teacher just trying to make it through the last day of the year, when he unintentionally offends his colleague Ice Cube's Ron Strickland. Ron wants a piece of Andy, and won't take no for an answer — and word of the fight turns the last day of school into an epic day no one will forget. In theaters February 17, 2017.
By now, you know the drill. A new crop of A-listers face-off against the Twitter universe and get totally owned. But do we every get tired of it? Absolutely not. In this episode, Kate Hudson, Melissa McCarthy, Jane Lynch, Judd Apatow, and Bryan Cranston all get it handed to them in 140 characters or less.
Hillary Clinton found herself between Zach Galifianakis' two ferns and things got just as awkward as they usually do. In the midst of roasting her on her position as Secretary of State and a potential in-office pregnancy, the comedian actually threw in a question about her Trans Pacific Partnership flip. Although the Presidential hopeful looked pretty miserable from the start, the real regret starts to sink in about three minutes in.
Lots of famous, and some not as famous, people remind us how important it is to vote. Avengers director Joss Whedon got a bunch of his A-list friends together and returned to Twitter for the sole purpose of getting everyone out to the polls. Don't worry, you're going to be greatly compensated for doing your civil duty. Every vote comes with a complimentary Mark Ruffalo nude scene.