“The Colbert Report” may be over for good, but there are still plenty of holiday clips to enjoy from earlier this year.
James Halcomb says good-bye to two staples of his television viewing. The Late Late Show has said farewell to Craig Ferguson and Stephen Colbert has left Comedy Central. The post A Final Farewell to Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A fantastic comic by Australian artist Ria Rosa based on the recent video featuring Stephen Colbert interviewing Smaug. [Source: Ria Rosa – Only Fools Rush In | Ria Rosa on Deviantart.com] The post A Smaug and Toothless Sass-Off! [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Rush attacked my Salon piece, dismissed me as "professorette" -- and got facts so wrong, he made my point stronger
A hilarious skit from the underappreciated 1996 Dana Carvey Show, in which up-and-coming stars Stephen Colbert and Steve Carrell portray waiters who cannot bear to describe of any of the items being served at their restaurant.
Yesterday on WHYY's "Radio Times" I heard an all "White Liberal Panel" do a fawing tribute to comedian Stephen Colbert.AUDIO: "Saying Goodbye To The 'Colbert Report'"When the host Marty Moss-Cohane asked one final question: "So whatShow More Summary
Last week America bid a fond farewell to "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert's masterful pièce de résistance... or so we thought. The Comedy Central show's finale aired on December 18, yet for those who rightfully pledge their allegiance...Show More Summary
Stewart and Colbert are passing the torch to John Oliver and Larry Wilmore. Where is the right's breakout star?
In a 1996 sketch from the the short-lived Dana Carvey Show, comedians Stephen Colbert and Steve Carrell brilliantly play a couple of waiters who are extremely nauseated by food and do their best to contain themselves when reading the day’s specials to a customer. In 2008, Daily Show co-creator Madeleine Smithberg said that it was […]
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re picking our favorite Christmas songs about mind-altering substances. Stephen Colbert and Willie Nelson, “Little Dealer Boy” (2008) I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Willie Nelson has leant his voice to a song about every single slightly taboo topic. Show More Summary
Henry Kissinger is not a cute pop-culture prop. He's got more blood on his hands than perhaps any other American
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If you were following politics over the last few election cycles, you were most likely getting some of your information from satire. In fact, research has shown that in today’s political climate, satire has become one of the most influential sources of public discourse in our nation – especially...
“We’ll Meet Again” was picked as Stephen Colbert’s farewell song for The Colbert Report, and while the star-studded performance featured people like George Lucas and Bill Clinton to name a few, it seems they’re one person short. An audio...Show More Summary
The Colbert Report catapulted Stephen Colbert to international fame—but as its nine-year run drew to a close, lots of people
It’s not only Stephen Colbert who’s moving on. The stubbornly weird, flirty and poetic Craig Ferguson also ended his 9-year stint at CBS’ late-night talk show this month. The show ended with a parody of three classic TV finales.
Satirist Stephen Colbert wrapped up The Colbert Report with a heart-warming farewell. Over the past nine years, Stephen Colbert hosted The Colbert Report claiming more than a handful of awards for his sharp wit and humour throughout the series. Show More Summary
The Colbert Report signed off this week after ten seasons and nearly 1,500 episodes and it seemed as if nearly every guest that has graced the Report stage returned to sing host Stephen Colbert into immortality. Entertainment Tonight’s...Show More Summary
"Stephen Colbert" rode off into the sunset this week after nine dedicated years of mercilessly witty satire of right wing blowhards. Like many people, we found ourselves asking: who will fill the Colbert-sized hole in our hearts? But that person was here all along, scrawling on chalkboards, warning of dystopian futures, and going on crying jags. Show More Summary