If you're like me, you've been a little disappointed with the new incarnation of Stephen Colbert on The Late Show. Don't get me wrong, he's always funny, but the fire, well, it just hasn't been at the same level as it used to be. But now we can thank Alex Jones for one thing -- he's helping Stephen get his groove back. Show More Summary
Can you believe it’s been 20 years since Sigourney Weaver played Ellen Ripley in an Alien film (Alien: Resurrection)?! While we (probably) won’t see here in Ridley Scott’s upcoming Alien: Covenant (but do we hear here?), she’s reprised her role in this hilarious spoof that aired during “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”. Colbert plays […]
Rolling Stone reports: Stephen Colbert continued to mock “conspiracy radio host and furious hard-boiled egg” Alex Jones Friday as the Late Show host offered more updates from Jones’ legal battle with is ex-wife, who argues that the Infowars yeller is “too unstable” to have custody of their children. Show More Summary
Alex Jones’s batshit crazy Infowars persona is allegedly nothing but a character, and what do you know, Stephen Colbert of all people understands (and even emphasizes with) what that feels like more than anyone else. You see, Colbert used to have a recurring far-right crazed character named Tuck Buckford who ... More »
Alex Jones called out Stephen Colbert during his testimony in divorce court this week, claiming Colbert “was making fun of me the other day, but he doesn’t take that home to his kids.” Jones was talking about the allegation that his “character” he plays as part of his...
Stephen Colbert hate-tastes Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino on Friday’s Late Show. “It's called Unicorn Frappuccino because ‘Sugary Affront To God’ was taken,” Colbert explained. “I have no idea how many unicorns they're grinding up for...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert deleved into the question of what Bill O’Reilly will do next on CBS’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” examining clues found in the fallen Fox News host’s 1998 novel “Those Who Trespass: A Novel of Television and Murder.” Here’s the...
Elisabeth Moss went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to talk about vacations, growing up with musician parents, and how the adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel has some uncanny resemblance.
Stephen Colbert emerged onstage Thursday night a little distressed. “I need something to hold me together,” he explained, “because I’m still reeling from the loss of Bill O’Reilly.” The Fox News icon’s shocking, overdue, and expensive...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert said he was "still reeling," but his footwork says otherwise.
Anthony Atamanuik, star of Comedy Central’s new late night The President Show debuting next week, explained to Stephen Colbert how he plays Donald Trump: “Trump pitches forward when he stands; he has no center of gravity,” Atamanuik...Show More Summary
A good Trump impression is hard to find, and The Late Show has aired the trade secrets to perfecting it. Alec Baldwin revealed his tips a few nights ago, and now Anthony Atamanuik has joined Stephen Colbert to give his how-to. The star of Comedy Central’s upcoming The President Show ... More »
Stephen Colbert made his name playing “Stephen Colbert” on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report. Watch him pass the torch to a new Comedy Central satirist as Anthony Atamanuik stopped by The Late Show to show off his great impersonation of Donald Trump. Atamanuik will star in The President Show, a weekly satire debuting next Thursday […]
On Thursday night's "The Late Show," host Stephen Colbert continued to rip into Bill O'Reilly, who was dropped by Fox News following sexual-harassment accusations against the conservative host. O'Reilly could get a payout from the cable...Show More Summary
Colbert welcomed "orphan O'Reilly viewers" to tune into his show instead.
Last night, despite all of our warnings, Stephen Colbert tasted Starbucks new Unicorn Frappuccino live on air. (#Brave!) "Oh, I wish I was dead," Colbert immediately declared after the frothy melted crayon drink hit his lips. "Tastes like I french kissed Tinkerbell." [ more › ]
"My support Bill O'Reilly was wrong. Insensitive and totally stupid."
On Thursday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert did a bit of digging into Bill O'Reilly's past following news that the television host is out at Fox News. Naturally, Colbert turned to O'Reilly's 1998 novel Those Who Trespass — as did the New...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly’s 1998 novel about a “brash TV journalist” fired from his network news job has some eerie predictions.
Stephen Colbert wasn’t about to let go of the Booting Bill O’Reilly story on Thursday’s Late Show. “I need a little something to hold me together,” Colbert began. “I’m still reeling from the loss of Bill O’Reilly.” By “reeling” Colbert...Show More Summary