Larry Wilmore will host the 2016 White House Correspondents' Dinner. The comedian and host of Comedy Central's The Nightly Show will emcee the annual event — nicknamed Nerd Prom — which will take place on April 30. “Larry's edgy, even...Show More Summary
Remember how I promised some cool surprises? Well, today I bring you FREE STUFF! To celebrate Nerd Prom, Nobrow has offered a free copy of their new comic Fantasy Sports for TR readers. This bo...
Cherry blossoms have withered, Nerd Prom laughter has faded, and if you think taking a photo pinching the Washington Monument from afar is original, then I’ve got some bad news for you: it’s been done. But there are still plenty of reasons to check out Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Love him or hate him, you have to respect Jon Stewart. The stand-up comedian turned late night voice for a political generation is known for calling out news organizations, political leaders and celebrities on Comedy Central's The Daily Show. Show More Summary
"For God sake's, Donald Trump's probably got more hidden than that in his hair!"
Over the weekend, the "nerd prom," a.k.a. the White House Correspondents' Dinner, took place in Washington, D.C. and fun was had by all. However, social media was abuzz about how the political bigwigs and Hollywood elite were winingShow More Summary
Jon Stewart has a priceless take on the White House Correspondents’ Dinner:
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For better or for worse, another “Nerd Prom” has come and gone. And whether it was Grover Norquist serving whiskey at IJReview’s “Speakeasy” party or Keegan-Michael Key crashing the dinner as Obama’s anger translator, it was a weekend...Show More Summary
Like a Stefon party update, everybody seemed to be at Nerd Prom
Saturday night was Nerd Prom again, the annual gathering of Republican and Democratic politicians and the Very Serious Journalists who are supposed to be fourth estating them, all dressed up fancy-like and putting aside their conflicts...Show More Summary
Not since Colbert's roast of GWB in 2006 has a comedian's Nerd Prom monologue been so outrageously funny. Obama's bit was pretty awesome, too.
Two secretaries of state, Tea Leoni and Madeleine Albright, arrived arm in arm as a wide mix of Hollywood and Washington players gathered for the national "Nerd Prom." The White House Correspondents' Association dinner has become a celebrity...Show More Summary
Dud, thud, mud
The White House Correspondents' Assn. dinner, nicknamed the "nerd prom," had social media users buzzing over Cecily Strong's jokes, Keegan-Michael Key's "anger translator" bit and more.
Last night was the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (or if you prefer, “nerd prom"). Which is, as the president said in his remarks, “the...
Obama nailed it at “Nerd Prom.” At the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday night, the president perfectly delivered a string of jokes poking fun at his administration, Republicans and of course the media in the audience including CNN, MSNBC and Fox News. Show More Summary
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Washington feted itself last night with the annual exercise known alternately as the White House Correspondents Dinner or "Nerd Prom," with Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong getting in some of the strongest zingers. "Your hair is so white now," she told President Obama, "it can talk back to police." Further,...
President Barack Obama delivered a series of comedic jabs and self-mocking jokes at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner Sunday night, the "nerd prom" where politicians, the media and celebrities gather each year in D.C. "It is no wonder that people keep pointing out how the presidency has aged me," Obama quipped. Show More Summary