On Thursday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" continued it's Guest Host Week theme, as comedian, actress, and television personality Rosie O'Donnell took her place in Piers Morgan's chair.
The host of "The Rosie Show" on the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, O'Donnell welcomed actors Anjelica Huston and Joel McHale for a pair of entertaining and engaging interviews.
Within the context of the recent deaths of horses during the filming of HBO's now-cancelled series "Luck," Huston shared her feelings on the use of animals in Hollywood: "You have to really, really extra careful in my opinion...there should be a checklist on that, because I've seen some bad behavior," shared Huston. "But if I see bad behavior, I don't go to work. I simply will not work."
Meanwhile, the choice to work was nearly made for McHale, as his NBC program "Community" flirted with cancellation, before being brought back from hiatus. The 40-year-old comedian and actor credits the shows loyal fans for its return:
"They are organized, young, and know how to use a computer. If they were all my father's age, there would be a lot of letters written," suggested McHale. "They got on Twitter, there were flash mobs outside of 30 Rock, and in Burbank outside of NBC."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as McHale discusses a pledge to "French kiss" all his fans, on the one-time only edition of "Rosie Tonight."