(Credit: Kevin Burkett) "The Colbert Report" star discusses his new role as Paul Peterson in "Mr. Peabody and Sherman."
Stephen Colbert made his second appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (after his cameo on Fallon's debut episode) Friday night, and opened up about his time at the White House state dinner last month.
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Stephen Colbert stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" for the second time on Friday — the first time being during the premiere episode when he dumped $100 in pennies on the host's desk — and it was a much more civil discussion. Show More Summary
Late-night competitor Stephen Colbert stopped by Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, discussed playing Paul Peterson in Mr. Peabody and Sherman, and tried to get Fallon to plug his Comedy Central show during a round of Truth or Truth. Watch here:
Last night on The Colbert Report, host and self-professed feminist Stephen Colbert recognized — in honor of Women's History Month —"that society has intrinsically linked a woman's value to her outward appearance and thereby undermining...Show More Summary
Everyone talks about how "Happy Birthday to You" is heavily copyrighted, but no one talks about how it sucks. It's lyrically and melodically repetitive, and undeniably hack. Don’t worry, as is often the case, Stephen Colbert is here to save the day. After being forbidden from singing "Happy Birthday to... More »
After so many art fairs, we feel woozy. Just like this Garfield. [Imgur] “My guest tonight is an activist working to transform poor neighborhoods with art,” said Stephen Colbert, introducing last night’s talk show guest Theaster Gates. Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly put his foot so far down his throat with misogynistic statements that not even other Fox News commentators could agree with him.
"How is she going to press the nuclear launch button? Everything in the oval office is penis-activated, been that way since the Kennedy administration," says Stephen Colbert.
Hillary Clinton's potential run in the 2016 presidential election has raised questions about her ability to lead. Fox News' Bill O'Reilly said in an interview that "there's got to be a downside" to having a female president because they...Show More Summary
Last night comedian Stephen Colbert gave a Tip of the Hat to the "good guys" at Chevron who offered Pennsylvania residents coupons for a free large pizza and soda after a gas well exploded. Saying "it's the least they...
Over the past month, Iowa Rep. Steve King has been one of the most vocal supporters of SB102, the controversial Arizona bill (recently vetoed by AZ Governor Jan Brewer) that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against and refuse service to gay people on religious grounds. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert wants homosexual viewers of his show to send Steve King, the Republican congressman for Iowa, pictures of themselves that prove they’re gay. On Tuesday, Colbert confronted the furore that has risen after King criticised...Show More Summary
Mediaite recaps last night's Stephen Colbert show: This past weekend, King told local TV station WHO-TV that these “self-professed” gays could just as easily be straight people “setting up a case” against a business that tries to discriminate them. Show More Summary
Via valued commenter OzarkHillbilly, Stephen Colbert, national treasure, encourages people to send evidence of their gayness to Rep. Steve King: The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Video Archive Colbert also encouraged...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert gives out the address of Rep. Steve King, who argues that LGBT equality is not a civil rights issue. Featured Image: read more
Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert took a look at some recent comments by Rep. Steve King (R-IA) about the Arizona bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on the basis of religious freedom, until Republican Governor Jan Brewer decided to veto it. Show More Summary
Crimea is “The most important place you don’t know jack about” right now so Stephen Colbert opened his show last night with and important installment of his “Better Know” public service segment entitled “Better Know a Geopolitical Flashpoint...Show More Summary