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.
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Ice Cube recalls his first car, an old Volkswagen bug with a broken gasoline gauge, and recalls the day it ran out of fuel before prom - the same prom he was forced to bring his ex-girlfriend as his date.
James asks Tracee Ellis Ross about stealing stuff from her mother, Diana Ross, and Tracee talks about her mom once chasing her down the driveway in her pajamas carrying a rug.
James welcomes Victoria Beckham and Shaquille O'Neal to the show and the two recall the time Shaq found David Beckham's wallet on the street before James quickly turns the conversation to Prince Harry and Meghan's upcoming wedding.
With "A Quiet Place" dominating the box offices, James shares the original project that inspired John Krasinski's film: the story of a lame boss who shows up any time a sound is made.
James asks country music legend Reba McEntire about her hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards for the 15th time this weekend and learns that her competitive fire comes directly from her father: a 3-time world champion steer roper.
Zach Woods plays the only game in Hollywood where an actor tries to remember all of his characters' names from all of his movies and TV shows.
Late Late Show music guest Shawn Mendes debuts his new single "In My Blood" for a rather excited Stage 56 audience.
James asks "Pacific Rim Uprising" star John Boyega about the film and learns one of the scenes is inspired by London's Notting Hill Carnival, and John gives everyone an example of how to throw down at the annual event.
James welcomes Gavin Free and Daniel Charles Gruchy, the duo known as The Slow Mo Guys, and the two run James through a series of scenarios slowed down for dramatic effect.