There are only three weeks left of "The Colbert Report," so today we take stock of what we'll miss the most
We won't have Stephen Colbert's conservative persona during the next election, but we'll always have these clips
Here is a look at 9 years of one-sided admiration
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Stephen Colbert takes the Polar Plunge here, highlighting the dim lights who don't understand how global warming can create both extremely cold and hot weather. The new...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert showed off his interviewing skills Friday night at a fundraiser for the Montclair Film Festival. He interviewed his old friend and fellow comedic actor Steve Carell, who offered up some tidbits about their history together at Second City and The Daily Show. Show More Summary
Television talk-show host Stephen Colbert is not surprised by actor Steve Carell’s dramatic portrayal of millionaire John du Pont in the new movie “Foxcatcher.”
On his umpteenth stop of his press tour for "Rosewater," Jon Stewart, the person, sat down with Stephen Colbert, the character, for an endearing meeting of the old friends/nemeses. In part one of the Thursday night interview, Colbert...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have enjoyed a highly successful symbiotic relationship for over a decade now, alternating between being friends, colleagues, collaborators, and joint party-throwers. But in all the years that the TheShow More Summary
Toni Morrison has a way with words, on and off the page. The Nobel Prize winning author joined Stephen Colbert for an interview Wednesday night to discuss her legendary body of work and the reality of race in American society. With the ease and grace of a seasoned comedian, Morrison hit Colbert with a series of jokes in his own studio. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert only has 12 shows left before the Colbert Report comes to an end. But he is going out with a bang: Thursday night, he invited his former boss and “voice of the left,” as he calls him, Jon Stewart for his first-ever interview on the show. Show More Summary
Time for one more Jon Stewart-Stephen Colbert lovefest before Colbert goes to host “The Late Show” — very specially timed to the fact that Jon Stewart has a movie to promote. “My guest tonight is the host of the liberal, elitist ‘The Daily Show’ and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning ‘Colbert Report,’” Colbert announced […]
It's like Old Home Week for Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, who paid a visit to his former correspondent and now "Colbert Report" host Stephen Colbert.
This may be hard to believe, but Jon Stewart has never appeared as a proper guest on The Colbert Report. It’s… Read More
In what is surely one of Colbert's last "Threat Down" segments, he worries about chocolate, sexiness and Columbus
"Folks, my great grandfather did not come here from Ireland to see this country overrun by immigrants."
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are close friends who've collaborated on everything from the Daily Show to the Rally to Restore Sanity to a nerdy-as-hell lightsaber battle, but Stewart had never been a guest on the Colbert Report until last night. Read more...
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With only a few weeks of shows left, Stephen Colbert begrudgingly invited one final “liberal lion” guest onto his show
Stewart, meanwhile, seems exhausted with interviews.
"I'm here with my old friend and nemesis, one old piece of humanity, Mr. Jon Stewart"