Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino has everyone talking.

The heavily-hyped drink is only available for a limited time, but it's made quite an impact, as Jimmy Kimmel Live! pointed out on his show Thursday night. If you're not able to get your hands on the drink, don't sweat -- a much more potent, foul-mouthed offering from Starbucks is coming soon.

The Tonight Show, meanwhile, got into the spirit of 420 Day, with the help of Brad Paisley, who sang tweets about the stoner's monumental holiday to the tune of popular songs, in a segment called "#420Songs."

James Corden also kept the focus on musical comedy on The Late Late Show. Anne Hathaway, who went musical earlier this week on The Tonight Show, showed off her pipes again in "Soundtrack to a Rom Com," which documents what goes down in a romantic comedy.

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