READ about Piers Morgan's long career in journalism here.
On Monday, funny-man, actor, and standup comedian Lewis Black visited "Piers Morgan Tonight," offering his unique brand of humor and perspective.
As the subject turned to Kirk Cameron's recent remarks, during which the actor-turned-evangelist called homosexuality "unnatural," Black insisted such views are outdated, and suggest an aversion to science:
"We're in the future now. This is the 21st Century," declared Lewis to Piers Morgan. "Were they beaten by nerds in chemistry classes? Did they burn their hands on Bunsen burners?"
Currently gearing up for his brand new comedy show, "Running on Empty!," Black later went on to detail his opinion of this year's race for the GOP presidential nomination:
"I think it's one of the most-spectacular races I've ever watched, if it was like, maybe 1958. If I was watching this in black and white, I would be really thrilled about it."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Lewis Black holds nothing back in his take on society, politics, religion, and culture.
» Follow Piers Morgan Tonight on Twitter