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How Stephen Colbert Became Gen X’s Late-Night Spokesperson

Despite having some big shoes to fill with David Letterman's departure, Stephen Colbert has successfully kept "The Late Show" a forum for smart adult entertainment. The post How Stephen Colbert Became Gen X’s Late-Night Spokesperson appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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