Late Late Show guest host Bryan Cranston reads off common side effects of things you may encounter in life, such as attacking your brother at the Christmas dinner table and walking Walter White's path in life.
James Corden and Reggie Watts wrap the 2017 year of Carpool Karaoke with a mashup of the Christmas classic "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town" with Harry Styles, Katy Perry, Usher, Bruno Mars, The Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus, P!nk, Sam Smith, Fifth Harmony, Ed Sheeran and Kelly Clarkson.
James asks his guests about the upcoming Christmas holiday and learns Christopher Meloni isn't very good at buying gifts, even when it's easy, and Matthew Broderick gets the most gifting mileage when it comes to the note with the gift.
When Bryan Cranston sends James a custom Elf of the Shelf for the holidays, the elf's omnipresence intended to keep James honest instead drives him crazy and desperate to eliminate the elf from his life.
Bryan Cranston talks about riding his motorcycle across the country in his early 20s and how a misunderstanding led to him being a murder suspect.
Kelly Clarkson hopped in the passenger seat of James Corden's SUV for an all-new installment of "Carpool Karaoke" on Wednesday's Late Late Show, and amid the musical road trip managed to find some time to share a romantic dinner with her hubby, Brandon Blackstock.
When James asks Debra Messing, Sam Rockwell and Taran Killam about early acting gigs, he learns Debra took matters into her own hands to get a part and Sam had to think quick when he showed up to set prepared to act addicted to the wrong kind of drug.
James surprises one his staff members by asking her to play a game of Live Tinder, where she must swipe right or left on guys until she chooses a suitor for a date down the hallway, complete with dinner and Heineken.
Chris Hardwick confesses that he and his wife, Lydia Heart, are Disney fanatics and explains why it's so dangerous to kiss on Disneyland's Space Mountain.
James and pizza delivery driver Tad head out for an evening of deliveries, with each customer having to choose between the pizza they ordered or whatever is in the mystery pizza box.
After James and Shemar Moore celebrate their appearances in this year's People's Sexiest Man Alive edition, Kate Bosworth talks about her pick for sexiest man, despite his awful haircut.
James and Kim Kardashian take turns asking each other very personal questions about Kim's siblings and James's guests, which they must answer or eat disgusting foods, like a scarab beetle.
James enlists some commuting help from P!nk, driving around Los Angeles singing her classics, and the two end upside down to prove once and for all you can sing better inverted.
James asks Jason Segel and Seth Rogen about meeting 20 years ago to make "Freaks & Geeks" and learns a trip to the movie theater to see "The Matrix" was the glue that created their bond of friendship.
James congratulates Jason Momoa on recently marrying Lisa Bonnet, and learns the pair started out enjoying some Guinness and grits and never looked back.
James and the young stars of "Stranger Things" - Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Noah Schnapp - reunite their Motown cover band The Upside Downs.
Celebrating tennis champion Novak Djokovic's appearance on The Late Late Show, James straps on some protective gear and places a water bottle on his helmet and challenges Novak, Rainn Wilson and Jack Whitehall to serve until they knocks the bottle down.
James and Hailey Baldwin team up against William H. Macy and Matt LeBlanc, and they take turns putting on blindfolds and identifying whatever is in front of them only using their sense of nuzzling.
James Corden enlists the cast of "Thor: Ragnarok" to crash a screening of the film and perform a live-action rendition starring Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Tessa Thompson, Mark Ruffalo and Jeff Goldblum.
James enlists Sam Smith to help him navigate the Los Angeles Carpool lane. During the ride, Sam shares that James was one of the first celebrities to notice and promote his music and Fifth Harmony jumps in the car for a surprise and song!
James and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi head to the pub for a very traditional British experience: Scotch eggs, fish and chips, pub games and talking politics - everything from the Trump Russia investigation to the political divide in America.
After learning Miles Teller has never gotten into online shopping, Whitney Cummings expresses her love for digital commerce and has James and Miles try on one of her recent purchases, the Ostrich pillow.
James and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour take turns choosing between answering very personal questions or eating items like deep-fried butter and bull penis.
When an office worker calls the IT department to solve a computer issue, confusion leads to Pennywise showing up when hearing a call for "It," and things don't make much more sense when information technology finally arrives.
After losing a 100m race and a Drop The Mic battle to Usain Bolt, James makes the fastest man on earth play him at basketball, Twister, chess, and much more.
After hearing some rumors, James asks Michael Fassbender about his desire to do a Carpool Karaoke and learns Michael has to learn a little more Rihanna before he's ready to get in the car.
James asks Rachel Bloom about the music on her show "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and what she has to fight for with standards and practices, and learns the show was *almost* the first to use a part of the female anatomy on a network show.
Late Late Show music guests and legends Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie perform "Lay Down for Free" for the Stage 56 audience.
While James is lamenting over the lack of soul and sexiness from modern male vocalists, Usher and Luke Evans crash the show to take exception and settle the dispute with a riff-off of songs from Marvin Gaye, K-Ci & Jojo and Foreigner.
James invites his guests Charlie Puth, Josh Gad, Michelle Dockery and Rachel Bloom to play a game of Spill Your Guts, where you must either answer a tough question or eat something disgusting, like a cow's tongue.
After past flings with Salt Bae, Young Joe Biden and others, James has a new muse, and this time it's Austin Rogers' massive Jeopardy champion brain that has James singing his praises.
James and Miley Cyrus drive to work while singing her biggest hits, playing High or Not High, and trying to make themselves cry.
When James shows up to work and notices his usual billboard on the side of CBS has been replaced with a billboard for SEAL Team, the new CBS show starring David Boreanaz. [To view video on YouTube, Click Here.] Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights on CBS 8 at 12:37 a.m.
Animal expert Jack Hanna returns to the Late Late Show with a handful of animals for James, Ana de Armas and Michael Fassbender to meet, including an African crown crane.
When Julia Roberts explains to James her brain's overload with all the scripts and projects she's worked on over her career, Ben Schwartz offers up a few of her classic lines that are rather uncanny.
After learning the news of a mass shooting in Las Vegas, the deadliest in United States history, James wonders what is keeping America from taking actual steps towards gun control and catching up with the rest of the developed world.
James welcomes the world's greatest mentalist, Lior Suchard, to perform with America Ferrara, Jeremy Piven and The Late Late Show audiences. From glow sticks to predicting time, Lior stole the show, blowing everyone's minds more than once.
After James learns Susan Kelechi Watson's deep passion for a karaoke night with her friends, Mayim Bialik talks about her history heading up quartets dating back to college.
When James hears about the new "Tomb Raider" film coming out March 16, 2018, he takes exception to not auditioning for the role of Lara Croft - a part made for him, and not Alicia Vikander.
James asks Sonequa Martin-Green about the upcoming "Star Trek: Discovery" and learns the background of her character, First Officer Michael Burnham.
When James discovers his new intern has forgotten to fill his mug again, Nick Jonas arrives to clean up his mess and rectifies the situation with a massage for his boss.
James Corden heads to an Old Navy to give one of their employees a break, and learns the ropes of helping customers become rockstars, gift wrapping and keeping the store in order.
James invites the women of Fifth Harmony to play a game of Flinch. Who can keep the most in their martini glass as fruit is launched at them at unbelievable speeds?
When James gets to joking on the new "Goop" magazine in his monologue, founder and cover model Gwyneth Paltrow shows up to prove how helpful her brand is for all sorts of people at The Late Late Show.
When James shares that Carpool Karaoke guests often ask for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" it always makes him think of the classic "Wayne's World" scene and learns Dana Carvey hadn't quite memorized the lyrics and had Garth wing it.