The Late Late Show with James Corden is really finding it's feet.

Carpool Karaoke is hilarious and Tom Hanks' film re-enactment was brilliant.

On Tuesday night, Jon Cryer was joined by Corden to recreate the best lip sync ever from his classic performance in Pretty In Pink.

They both got their groove on in full Duckie gear and sang along to Otis Redding's Try A Little Tenderness because 'the '80's will never die'.

Check out the video and see if you agree with us—we think Corden outdid Cryer!

It’s been 17 years since Teri Hatcher played Lois Lane in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, but the actress proved she’s still more than capable of running rings around even the best superhero, when she competed in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon Sunday.

The 49-year-old Desperate Housewives beauty joined Two and a Half Men star, Jon Cryer and 5,000 participants, to dare the freezing Pacific for the swim, run, bike ride combo presented by Equinox Fitness, which raised over $1.35 million for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Pediatric Cancer Research Program.

Other famous contestants included Max Greenfield, Mark Feuerstein, Michael Weatherly, Jason Kennedy, Rob Riggle and Colin Egglesfield, who won the celebrity male division.

Hatcher was spotted in skin-tight lycra and florescent trainers as she ran across the finish line, while Cryer smiled through his pain dressed in bright orange.

The annual race involves a half-mile swim, 18-mile bike course and a four-mile run and has been on the actress’ “bucket list” for five years.

“I want to learn to play a couple of songs on the guitar. I want to learn a few of those fancy dances from one of those Dancing with the Stars teachers. And I want to run a triathlon,” she told People in 2009 after completing her first triathlon.

While Hatcher's competitors tweeted about doing ocean swims the day before, the mom-of-one confessed she had “been out getting a massage!”

"Usually I do the whole race but this year I didn’t have time to train,” said former Pretty in Pink star Cryer on Sunday, but instead of just diving in like he has in years past, the 49-year-old admitted he’s too old to do that anymore, “so I will never do that again. The race is really fun and it’s a great lifestyle,” he added.

Meanwhile, three-time triathlon veteran New Girl star Greenfield called it one of his favorite days of the year, “I’d never think of missing it,” he said, but revealed that filming the Fox show has made it tough to train this time around.

Funny man Riggle wasn’t laughing for once after he cramped up on the last leg of the run, but vowed he was going to come back and do better next year. “My late night fast food run probably wasn’t a good idea,” he admitted sheepishly.

When it was all over, Hatcher posted a photo on her Twitter page, proudly brandishing her medal, asking, “can you wear silver while cleaning?”