On tonight’s Colbert Report, Stephen broke character to deliver a heartfelt tribute to his mother, Lorna Tuck Colbert, who passed
On Wednesday night's Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert paid tribute to his mother, Lorna Colbert, who died last week at the age of 92. Colbert opens the show with the tribute, explaining why he's been out for the past week, and, in a rare...Show More Summary
Recently, Comedy Central's other flagship program, The Colbert Report opted to take a break, as well, in response to the death of host Stephen Colbert?s mother. However, reports indicate that The Colbert Report will return to its scheduled programming tonight.
The Comedy Central show has been in repeats since last Thursday. read more
Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello will bring The Postal Service to Comedy Central’s Colbert Report on Wednesday. The duo is in the midst of a reunion tour and also released a new single this year titled A Tattered Line of String as part of the 10th Anniversary edition of their album Give Up. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert's mother, Lorna Colbert, has died at the age of 92. Her son had given her a shout-out on a February episode of "The Colbert Report," when she became ill.
Lorna Elizabeth Tuck Colbert, the mother of The Colbert Report's Stephen Colbert, died Wednesday, according to The Post and Courier. She was 92. See who else we've lost this year Last February... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Colbert Report Stephen Colbert
Despite his massive popularity with the Beatles, Sir Paul McCartney and his Wings bandmates worked incredibly hard to find the right intimate gigs to play in Britain. McCartney appeared on The Colbert Report this week and he told host Stephen Colbert that he would drive up and down British streets in search of colleges where his new [...]Show More Summary
It marks the band's television debut.
Legendary songwriter Paul McCartney joined Stephen Colbert for an hour-long Colbert Report.
Last night, Paul McCartney more or less took over The Colbert Report for a special hour-long episode, which focused on a Wings reunion and featured a whopping six performances. In a 12-minute interview, McCartney hung with Colbert comedically, perhaps because Colbert wasn’t going to absolutely skewer a fucking Beatle. And over the course of the [...]
An interview + a five-song performance = an hour worth of Macca!
The Colbert Report (Comedy Central, 11:30 p.m.) – Paul McCartney appears on this special hour-long episode. Wanna have some fun? Try to convince someone that you’ve never heard of the Beatles. You need to be young and very willing to commit to a bit to pull it off, but I imagine the other person’s increasing level of frustration would be delicious.
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Here’s something my mother would almost certainly have been proud of if she had been alive to see it; she loved the Beatles, she loved the Colbert Report, and now, it looks like on Wednesday, June 12, Paul McCartney will guest on the Colbert Report. Usually, the show airs live on Monday to Thursday from [...]Show More Summary
Dan Savage really is a disgusting human being. On Comedy Central’s Colbert Report Monday, the anti-bullying advocate said that Vatican City’s healthcare plan doesn’t include birth control “because altar boys can’t get pregnant” (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
Living legend Paul McCartney will participate in a special hour-long edition of the Colbert Report on Wednesday night. Macca, who is in the midst of a world tour, will chat with the host and also perform in his first visit to the show since...Show More Summary
Photos by Greg Cristman Sir Paul McCartney, who we also recently caught in Austin, came to Brooklyn for the first of his two shows at the new Barclays Center on Saturday night (5/8). The three hour gig, which will be...
Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert looks at the National Security Agency decision to collect the telephone records of millions of Americans. The Colbert Report host actually said, “Obama is a tyrannical despot who ignores all the rules.” “Yes,...Show More Summary
On the day Barack Obama lost the New York Times, it appears he also lost Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert. On Thursday’s Colbert Report, the host actually said, “Obama is a tyrannical despot who ignores all the rules” (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary): read more