Stephen Colbert's Olympics correspondent Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson) penetrated Sochi's gay underground to pay a visit to Mayak, the city's gay nightclub and have a talk with his owner. After a brief discussion about Putin's non-traditional relationships with animals and...
If you haven’t been following along, Stephen Colbert sent Buddy Cole (aka Kids In The Hall‘s Scott Thompson) to Russia to investigate the Winter Olympics and find evidence of homosexual propaganda. While he was there, he managed to teach the U.S. speedskating team how look straight and piss off local police by trying to protest in a protest zone.
When The Colbert Report first introduced Scott Thompson as his classic Kids in the Hall character Buddy Cole, I thought, “This is going to be absolutely fantastic,” thinking that he would be dropped into Sochi and ready to stick it to Russia over the anti-gay laws. Show More Summary
The Colbert Report's Sochi correspondent Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson), who interviewed U.S. Ambassador Daniel Baer Monday night, headed to Salt Lake City to groom the U.S. men's speedskating team and school them on how to not get arrested under Russia's...
Finally, a reason to actually care about the Olympics! Kids in the Hall‘s Buddy Cole has returned to cover the sporting, or whatever, for The Colbert Report. In part one, he ran circles around U.S. Ambassador Dan Baer, giving PR handlers everywhere heart palpitations with a well-timed length/thickness joke. And now here’s part two, featuring a […]
On Monday's "Colbert Report", Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson) learned all about Russia's anti-gay laws and how not to run afoul of them in Sochi. He returned on Tuesday to file a report about using his new-found knowledge to groom the U.S. Show More Summary
"Kids in the Hall" star Scott Thompson is covering the 2014 Winter Olympics as his gay socialite character Buddy Cole for "The Colbert Report."
Appearing in character on The Colbert Report, actor Scott Thompson spoke with gay U.S. ambassador Dan Baer about the infamous statute. Featured Image: read more
"Kids In The Hall" fans, REJOICE! Buddy Cole, Scott Thompson's inspired character from his "KITH" days, has returned to television, this time helping "The Colbert Report" understand Russia's anti-gay laws. In the first installment of "From Russia With Love (But No Gay Stuff)", Cole prepares for a visit to the Sochi Olympics by sitting down with U.S. Show More Summary
Scott Thompson, the CEO of ShopRunner and one-time CEO of Yahoo, has joined the board of directors of Radius, a startup that helps salespeople build targeted lists of prospective small-business customers. Radius started off as Fwix, an aggregator of so-called "hyperlocal content," and has raised more than $30 million from BlueRun Ventures, Comcast Ventures and American Express.
Shares of fiber-optic networking equipment vendor Ciena (CIEN) are higher by 99 cents, or almost 5%, at $22.41, after FBR Capital’s Scott Thompson this morning reiterated an Outperform rating on the shares, and a $30 price target, in advance of the company’s fiscal Q4 earnings release, expected tomorrow morning, before the market opens. Thompson thinks [...]
Scott Thompson (Minturn Anglers guide) with a mini-steel grip and grin from a recent trip to Western NY. Upon photo review, a more powerful message from above far outweighs the grip and grin. Right place. Right time.
With his wild and curly red hair, comedian Carrot Top (whose real name is Scott Thompson) is known for his distinct look. But has he had any "help"? Carrot Top has been accused of undergoing plastic surgery and abusing steroids, both of which he denies. Show More Summary
In today's Urban Planner: Remembrance Day is here again, a basketball-themed fundraiser for the 6th Man Collective, and a night of storytelling with Scott Thompson and others. History: With Remembrance Day falling on a Monday in 2013, many services are taking place over the weekend. Show More Summary
Shares of BlackBerry (BBRY) are down 11 cents, or 1.5%, at $7.81, after FBR Capital Markets’s Scott Thompson today reiterated an Underperform rating on the shares, and cut his price target to $6.50 from $8, writing that chances seem to be dimming for a deal to take the company private, or for an acquirer to [...]
What exactly is ShopRunner building and why does it need $200 million in cash?
FBR Capital networking equipment analyst Scott Thompson this afternoon writes that vendors such as F5 Networks (FFIV) that are “virtualizing” their equipment are succeeding for the moment in delaying the erosion of their position by commodity hardware. Show More Summary
Time to give credit where credit is due.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group, which is preparing for an initial public offering in Hong Kong, has bought a minority stake in online shopping company ShopRunner, the Financial Times reported on Friday....Show More Summary
It’s a gloomy Tuesday morning, but we’re not letting that get to us! There are some killer shows happening tonight in our beautiful city. Check it out! Michael Mango, Pete Lim, Scott Thompson and Brian Wiltsey @ Eddie’s Attic Spoon-fed his musicality from radio-loving parents, Michael wrote his first song at 14 and has [...]