“Anyone who thinks they can sum up the last eight years in a few minutes would have to be a delusional egomaniac,” Stephen Colbert said on tonight’s Late Show, by way of bringing back his much loved conservative gasbag caricature, also...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert took a teeny little break from bashing Donald Trump to covering his predecessor's final press conference. But Barack Obama's message of hope, that America is "gonna be OK," was no solace for Stephen. Related: Kanye West Isn't 'Traditionally American' Enough For Trump's Inauguration! Why so sad? Oh right. Because Obama's successor is already showing what an [...]
Stephen Colbert has the scoop on the (spoof) back-up slogans that Donald Trump may yet use for his future re-election campaign. Following Wednesday’s news that the president-elect plans to replace “Make America Great Again” with “Keep...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, Late Show host Stephen Colbert ended his opening monologue by pointing out that Republican-elect Donald Trump has already chosen his campaign slogan for 2020. “You can’t start campaigning for re-election two days before you start the job you just campaigned...
CBS late-night host Stephen Colbert mined President-elect Donald Trump for monologue material on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” mocking Trump’s plans for “Day One” of his presidency along with his low approval rating. Colbert also had fun at the...
It's been over two months since John Oliver was last on air, parsing the results of the election and the coronation of President Wombat. Since then, he's kept himself busy sharing his anxieties with Stephen Colbert and learning that gay New Yorkers care more about Wendy Williams than him. Show More Summary
"Any bad news for Trump is rigged"
How is the next leader of the free world spending his first few days in office? By going on vacation, of course! While there are countless things to be outraged about, Stephen Colbert took the President-elect to task for this particular...Show More Summary
"Instead of ‘Hail to the Chief,’ it’s going to be ‘Everybody’s working for the weekend.'"
Mel B, a.k.a. Scary Spice, appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, and finally explained how the Spice Girls were given their iconic monikers. Although many have speculated that the girl group was built and branded by a record label, Mel B. Show More Summary
As Stephen Colbert discussed on the Late Show last night, Donald Trump has wisely decided to start doing presidential things next Monday, rather than leap right into his White House itinerary, say, Friday night during one of the inaugural balls. "I don’t want to be signing and get it mixed ... More »
When President-elect Donald Trump told the Times of London that his first day as president wouldn't be until Monday after being sworn in as president on Friday, you just knew it would be the latest material for the late-night shows to hammer Trump. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert isn’t happy about Donald Trump’s plans to take off his first weekend as POTUS. In an interview with the Times of London on Sunday, the president-elect reportedly said he’d get to work on making America great again onShow More Summary
Stephen Colbert hilariously mocked Donald Trump on “The Late Show” last night for a recent interview in which the president-elect confessed that he won’t actually be working on “day one.” Trump has previously made a lot of promises about what he’ll do on his...
Movies that show struggles against prejudice, poverty, ignorance, oppression and fear reflect liberal values only in the sense that “reality has a well-known liberal bias”, said Marty Kaplan, quoting Stephen Colbert. “If there were big...Show More Summary
Don't laugh too hard or you'll bust a gut! (Note: Gut bust is considered a pre-existing condition and after the ACA is repealed, you may be denied coverage at the discretion of your insurance company.) So maybe just chortle to yourself at Stephen Colbert's grimly peppy summary of the latest ... More »
Stephen Colbert used his opening of Monday's "The Late Show" to look back on the busy Martin Luther King Jr. weekend President-elect Donald Trump had. It originally was to include Trump visiting the National Museum of African-American History on Monday, but those plans were changed due to "scheduling issues." “In a way that might be good. Show More Summary
In the last couple weeks, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert have REALLY stepped up their coverage and criticism of Donald Trump! And on Monday night, the Trump trashing train didn't slow down! Last night, Seth took a moment to do his "A Closer Look" segment in which he analyzed Donald's most recent tweets about John Lewis, and [...]
Donald Trump's shocking and hypocritical attacks on Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis got the late night talk show treatment yesterday. Stephen Colbert mocked Trump's Tweet calling Lewis "all talk, talk talk - no action" on The Late Show by saying, "Yes, well said. Show More Summary
On Monday night, late-night comics finally had their chance to respond to president-elect Donald Trump’s MLK weekend crusade against civil rights hero John Lewis. After Lewis explained his plans to not attend Trump’s inauguration byShow More Summary