Stephen Colbert laid down beside Ryan Reynolds under the night sky to ponder some of life’s deepest mysteries in “Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars” on an episode of The Late Show. Ryan also interrupted Stephen’s opening monologue by abruptly time traveling onto the set. Related Laughing Squid PostsStephen Colbert Gets Deeps With Samuel L. […]
With Congress voting imminently to repeal Obamacare, Late Show host Stephen Colbert decided to help his audience understand just what could be coming down the pipeline should lawmakers to overturn the existing health care law. “For weeks now, Republicans have been pushing their Obamacare replacement plan. But the bill has a pre-existing condition. Everybody hates…
Stephen Colbert’s CBS late-night show has been beating Jimmy Fallon’s NBC show in total viewers, but The New York Post’s Page Six reports that Colbert also has his sights set on being No. 1 in the 18-49 demo, where Fallon’s...
The late-night host has a major crush on the Barefoot Contessa Last week, Late Show host Stephen Colbert revealed his obsession with Hamptons-based cookbook author/lifestyle guru/real American hero Ina Garten via a series of hilarious tweets. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert cited a report that President Donald Trump needed some cheering up and wanted to help. In the midst of the Republican healthcare plan facing an uphill climb in the House, and many concerns over his wiretapping claims, Politico reported that the judicial blocking of his revised travel ban broke Trump's spirits. Show More Summary
"If positive coverage helps calm down the big angry man with the launch codes, I say, do it"
According to Stephen Colbert, the "Trumpcare" bill, which would leave 24 million people without insurance, "has a preexisting condition. Everyone hates it." So, the GOP is attempting to salvage the bill's reputation by insisting it's just one part of a "three-bucket strategy" to overhaul American healthcare. Show More Summary
The “Late Show” host fretted on Wednesday that he was spending so much time focusing on President Trump, he didn’t have time for the most obvious material.
Just how are White House staffers keeping President Donald Trump’s spirits up? “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert lightheartedly suggested Wednesday that it involves the repeated screening of Disney’s “Frozen.” Referencing reports that...Show More Summary
The Late Show has been experiencing some great numbers in recent weeks, and the question has been if they can possibly stay high moving forward. Now, new numbers are in that give an idea.
Right now, Stephen Colbert is killing it as far as dethroning the former reigning late night king, Jimmy Fallon. His recent success is largely due to Colbert's techniques in which he address Trump and his three ring circus administration while...
“Hey, Triple-R! Yeah, S to the C? Do you think there’s such a thing as a dumb question? That’s a stupid thing to ask.” Stephen Colbert and Ryan Reynolds hang out under the stars and contemplate some of the universe’s most ponderable imponderables.
They're the Twitter duo we didn't know we needed.
Hey @inagarten - you said you & Jeffrey were having a quiet night in, but I saw that your table is set for six. What's that about? https://t.co/tfDaGIgXnE - Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) March 15, 2017 Stephen Colbert recently tweeted at Ina Garten, joking that a "quiet night in" for the Barefoot Contessa is a dinner for six. Show More Summary
Reynolds admits that the Green Lantern might just have dumb superpowers
Broken Social Scene will perform on the 3/30 episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. A new BSS album is expected to come out later this year, so does that mean we're getting new music in advance of the late-night appearance? Maybe? Seems likely? Exciting! Last year, they debuted a new track and earlier…
“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” has announced that Broken Social Scene will be the musical guest for its March 30 episode. Actors Marisa Tomei and Hugh Dancy will also appear on the episode. Broken Social Scene is getting ready to release their first new album since 2010’s Forgiveness Rock Record later this year. Show More Summary
It's good to stop every once in a while, and truly ponder some of the bigger, scarier, existential questions in life. That's what Stephen Colbert did on Tuesday night's Late Show but unlike us, he did it laying on a flannel blanket with Ryan Reynolds. Show More Summary
We'll let you in on a little secret about late-night TV: Almost all of it is pre-taped. Yes, there's a studio audience and and the host's jokes are timely so it looks like it's all happening as you're watching, but the fact is almost all the shows are taped in the afternoon before airing. Show More Summary