“Do you have any regrets?” “Oh absolutely. Wait! I wish I’d said ‘no.'” The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert and Samuel “Samuel L. Jackson” L. Jackson ponder some of life’s biggest questions. Props to the writers for that capital joke.
Flipping water bottles is the best sport in the world, and that is a fact. Back in May, a high schooler blew minds with his talent show flip. Before that, a kid proved that long range and short range bottle flips were very differentShow More Summary
Earlier this year, Sturgill Simpson appeared as a musical guest on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where he performed "Brace for Impact (Live a Little)" from his new album A Sailor's Guide to Earth. During that same show, he and Colbert pitched an original song to be played at Waffle House's jukebox. Show More Summary
Back in April, Sturgill Simpson made an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where he teamed up with the host to sing about Waffle House etiquette in the song "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Knuckleheads." Last night, Simpson and Colbert embarked on a mission: to have the greasy-spoon anthem...
On Thursday's "Late Show," Stephen Colbert presented results of a PPP poll showing that 13 percent of voters, when given a choice of president between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, would instead prefer a giant meteor to strike the...Show More Summary
WaPo reports on a preliminary injunction issued late last night. “The State has put its thumb on the scale to favor some religious beliefs over others. Showing such favor tells ‘nonadherents that they are outsiders, not full members of the political community, and... Show More Summary
Bang and Olufsen was late to the neckbud game, but it doesn't show. The post B&O's First Wireless Earphones Are Clever Little Devils appeared first on WIRED.
We’ve been getting excited for Bryan Fuller’s new Starz series, American Gods, for a while now. Fuller’s track record—which includes cult favorite Pushing Daisies and the late, still-lamented Hannibal—speaks for itself, the casting has...Show More Summary
College football's top division split into two in the late 1970s, and ever since it's been the drive of FCS teams to show they can still compete with the big boys. They don't happen often, but whenever a lower-division team is able to knock off an FBS opponent, it's cause for celebration. Last year saw FCS teams go 9-96 against the FBS. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Hundred Waters appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” alongside Skrillex and Chance the Rapper. Together, they performed their remix to “Show Me Love.” Today, they have shared a behind-the-scenes video detailing...Show More Summary
Bill Callahan (aka Smog) performed an impressive six shows in three nights at Baby's All Right Sunday-Tuesday (26-28), with early and late shows each night...plus a quick stop at the Other Music Forever farewell show... Continue reading…
I kind of like James Corden, and I really like his Late Late Show "Carpool Karaoke" segments — they're cute, cleverly edited, and they almost make me want to watch the rest of the show. I was watching the Iggy Azalea segment again the other day, however, when I caught something I must have missed... Continue reading
ScHoolBoy Q was in NYC yesterday to host a listening session for the Blank Face album and during his visit he stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a Kanye-less performance of “THat Part.” Blank Face arrives July 8th. Previously: ScHoolboy Q – By Any Means (Pt. 1)
Samuel L. Jackson appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday night to promote The Legend of Tarzan, where he plays a former soldier turned humanitarian. In a segment called "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars," Colbert and Jackson lay side-by-side on a picnic blanket under the stars, volleying deep questions...
Cannot remember ever seeing a late-night TV writing job actually posted in the wild like a regular job opening -- and definitely don't recall ever seeing an industry site grabbing and posting the entire submission packet instructions before. But that's what happened this past week. The official CBS job posting for "Comedy Writer" appeared earlier […]
Last night on “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert addressed the suicide bombing at Ataturk International Airport that left more than 40 dead in Istanbul. He lamented the fact that we have to keep revisiting the same sad stories again and again. But he also had a message to those reporting on the attack. “Just an […]
In scarcely more than a week, Schoolboy Q will release the new album Blank Face LP, and everything I’ve heard leads me to believe it’ll be great. Last night, Q was the musical guest on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and he performed the hard, slithery single “THat Part.” Q didn’t have Kanye West […]
Before it adjourned for the summer in late June, the Supreme Court issued a series of important decisions, or non-decisions, on affirmative action, immigration, abortion, and other subjects. As with the Court’s actions since last October,...Show More Summary
The former mayor of London and a major proponent of Brexit, Boris Johnson won’t be Britain’s next Prime Minister. Johnson, who is also an author and sometime late night talk show guest, has long had his eye on the position and was considered the leading candidate to assume leadership of the Conservative party as David Cameron is due to exit. Show More Summary
Schoolboy Q was the musical guest on last night’s “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” He performed “THat Part” from his forthcoming album Blank Face, out July 8 via Top Dawg Entertainment. Watch the performance below.