Late-night comedy will be dominated by white men for the foreseeable future. But achieving diversity among guests can be solved much more quickly.
Joining the ranks of other esteemed public figures like Stephen Colbert and Barack Obama, Anderson Cooper is going to be
“The Colbert Report” is on a summer break, but here’s a great clip you may have missed about women on U.S. currency.
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Not long after CBS revealed that Stephen Colbert—the man, not the character—would be taking over for David Lettermen, Craig Ferguson announced that he would not be renewing his contract with the network to continue hosting his Late Late Show. Show More Summary
Everyone's favorite "entitled, sheltered, but well-intentioned white woman" is back with another episode of "Kate The Wasp." This time around, Kate takes the ice bucket challenge and, in turn, challenges her three favorite conservative pundits: Stephen Colbert, Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly. Let's hope they have a little more luck with the "ice" part.
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Although a lot of late night show hosts are on vacation/in reruns this week (namely Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, David Letterman, and Jimmy Kimmel), Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien and Seth Meyers are all on air this week—and they all paid emotional tribute last night to Robin Williams a day after he was found dead at 63. [ more › ]
This is a quiet week in late-night TV, with a bunch of the shows (David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert) in reruns. So the few shows on the air took an opportunity Tuesday to pay tribute to Robin Williams, particularly since two of then were taped on Monday before they learned of Williams’s death. Read full article >>
This is a quiet week in late-night TV, with a bunch of the shows (David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert) in reruns. So the few shows on the air took an opportunity Tuesday to pay tribute to Robin Williams, particularly since two of then were taped on Monday before they learned of Williams’s […]
( Edan Lepucki will be in conversation with Sherman Alexie at the Central Library tonight at 7 pm. The reading is free. ) Back in June, Stranger Genius of literature Sherman Alexie appeared as a guest on The Colbert Report to discuss Amazon's contract dispute with publisher Hachette. Show More Summary
During an appearance on The Colbert Report, many shenanigans were exchanged between the host and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In the clip embedded above, Stephen Colbert criticized Clinton’s new book, Hard Choices, for excessive “name dropping.” Clinton then came on stage and the two engaged in a “name drop” battle. Show More Summary
A speech pro explains how to establish gravitas using six key communication skills. On the very first episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert satirized the concept of "gravitas," saying, "If you have sufficient gravitas, what you say doesn't have to mean anything at all." Read Full Story
Last night, Stephen Colbert introduced the world to the latest diet craze: The Rand Paul-eo Diet. Head below the fold for the video:
Stephen Colbert did a very fine job of taking both Donald Trump and Fox's favorite wingnut Dr. Ben Carson to task for their fearmongering over the Ebola virus this Thursday. For anyone who needs a reminder or just missed it earlier this...Show More Summary
If this is a small preview of what’s to come on The Late Show, then sign me up. The post Stephen Colbert Breaks Character to Offer Advice to Teen Girls appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Last night, Stephen Colbert had an epic takedown of the media's ebola panic (and Donald Trump too, for good measure). Video after the jump.
The sharing economy is a complicated concept. The idea that Uber, Airbnb, TaskRabbit and countless others are running with is that anyone can contribute to society and make money doing it. Of course, with tricky legislation stoppingShow More Summary
Prolonging the Internet’s often fickle, fleeting love for Noah Ritter, the “Apparently” kid, Stephen Colbert spent part of Wednesday’s Colbert Report comparing the 5-year-old newsman to Sean Hannity, based on a shared affinity for repeating meaningless adverbs and making every news story all about him. Show More Summary
File this under TIL: Airbnb gets its name from the air mattresses founders Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia used when they were renting out their San Francisco digs during a design conference. "We realized it wasn't a bed and breakfast, but an air bed and breakfast," Chesky told Stephen Colbert during an appearance on The Colbert Report last night. Show More Summary