CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert took his show live Wednesday night to denounce the shocking catastrophe on Capitol Hill earlier that day. “Remind me… are we great again yet?” seethed an angry Colbert, back doing his show from home as California surges through a record number of COVID-19-related deaths. Colbert’s 14-minute opening rant spoke
Two things: after Trump’s sore loser rant Thursday at suppertime in the White House briefing room, CNN’s Anderson Cooper compared the president of the United States to “an obese turtle on his back flailing in the hot sun.” We watched it live and will always remember where we were when he said it. The second
Talk about making lemonade out of coronavirus. The late night talk show hosts have all been working from home lately, setting examples as comedians in isolation getting their own coffee. Miss Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon’s act? Now you can see him at home with his kids crawling all over his head. Wondering what Seth
Not since the finale of The Sopranos has there been such reaction to a TV show fading to black. I’m taking about Sunday’s barely lit Battle of Winterfell episode of Game of Thrones. Here’s how it played in late night: It was like listening to a very violent podcast. There were so many blacked out
It pleases the Strangers with Candy fan in me that Stephen Colbert still stoops to low comedy. Here he is making bite-sized snacks out of Sunday’s Super Bowl party rituals.
From Tuesday night’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: “Everyday, tensions are rising between the United States and our sworn enemy, Canada. Cold Mexico. The Great White North Korea…The President announced that we’re going to be putting a 20% tax on softwood lumber coming into the United States from Canada. As far as I know,
The new James Bond flick “Spectre” opens today. The Late Show’s Stephen Colbert had Daniel Craig on Wednesday and hilarity ensued. See the video evidence above, a sketch so brazenly “Two Ronnies” it rocks.
If you were waiting for the real Stephen Colbert to show up on The Late Show, he was there Thursday night. The interview with U.S. vice president Joe Biden (above) was electric, emotional, compassionate and very deeply moving. Colbert, who has settled down remarkably fast after his nervous start Tuesday, did not waste a second