The actor said he “had no idea” he was attending a taping, and was “not equipped mentally to deal with” sitting in the front row.
Just watch the "Late Show" host's face during this moment.
The "Santa Inc." star just gifted the internet with his pot-loving genius.
Judge Christopher R. Cooper said that he appreciated Eduardo Gonzalez's "desire to broaden his horizons" by traveling to London, but denied the request.
People have hilariously responded to the couple’s bizarre first encounter they described to British GQ.
“It clears the path for them to find jobs, housing and other services that previously were denied to them because of unjust cannabis laws," District Attorney George Gascón said.
"Dad was obviously excited to be taking his offspring to one of his favorite places."
As Senate Democrats introduced a bill to decriminalize marijuana, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said there was no need to lock people up for marijuana use.
Senate Democrats last week introduced legislation that would decriminalize it at the federal level.
The "Borat" actor and his California-based company, Please You Can Touch LLC, are seeking $9 million in damages.
President Joe Biden has long opposed marijuana legalization.
It was the largest illegal pot bust in Los Angeles County history.
"We did what parents who love their children, who have resources, do. We sought out experts: behavioral pediatricians, naturopaths, herbalists, allergists."
Sports stars, elected officials and celebrities have thrown their support behind the athlete who'll now miss the 100-meter sprint at the Tokyo Olympics.
“That awkward moment when ‘The Onion’ is the voice of reason,” one user said of the satire publication’s poignant headline.
Sha’Carri Richardson’s Tokyo dreams are in doubt after she tested positive for marijuana at the U.S. track and field Olympic trials.
But the star athlete could still compete in certain events after her suspension expires.
The musician, asked what his celebrity buddies were like when they lit up, had a funny tidbit about the "SNL" comedian.
It's the 19th state in the union to allow recreational cannabis use for those who are of legal drinking age.
The Evergreen State is allowing cannabis retailers to offer a free joint to people getting their coronavirus shot in an effort to increase vaccinations.