He says the president stole his "anti-intellectual property."
“You better lawyer up, buddy," Colbert warns. "And somebody better than Rudy Giuliani, too.”Read More
Alexandria Osasio-Cortez went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where the host asked if she'd be "nicer, and more respectful" to Trump than Crowley.Read More
And yes, the Porgs are woke AF!
Stephen Colbert added himself to the growing list of celebrities speaking out against online harassment. On Late Night with Stephen Colbert, the host debuted a new recut trailer designed to piss off the fanboys, and it's delightful. Colbert said, "They attacked this beautiful, talented young actress for her ethnicity, her appearance and her sex. And may I remind you, Kelly Marie Tran is the first lead woman in a Star Wars movie who is not white."Read More
While the media continues to have a navel-gazing performative freakout over Michelle Wolf's honest monologue about the Trump administration, Stephen Colbert presents us with an alternate reality where the President isn't such a thin-skinned coward and actually goes to the dinner himself.Read More
Cynthia Nixon Is 100% Running for Office, and Shows Exactly How Qualified She Is on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Nixon knocks each and every single question out of the park with humor, precise and informed answers, and cutting comments on Andrew Cuomo.Read More
Or as I like to call it, Friday night.
Former FBI director James Comey visited The Late Show to remind us that we can't just 'shrug' Trump away.Read More
The two talking about Netflix's upcoming new season Jessica Jones which has all-female directors.Read More
J.J. Abrams Announces Completed Episode IX Script and Reveals He Really Needed a Drink Before Force Awakens
The process of making a Star War can sometimes be a little hectic. For Episode IX, however, things seem to be going a bit more smoothly. Director, producer, and co-writer of the film, J.J. Abrams, was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about how, and also about the difference between approaching Star Wars for the first time on The Force Awakens and now. You can watch the full segment after the jump!Read More
"It's hard not to be inspired by these kids, but some people have managed to do it."Read More
Dear Trump, We’d Like to Submit The Mary Sue for Your Consideration for Those Pointless Fake Media Awards
Sure, we're a relatively small outlet, but we've got some great qualifications.Read More
"Try the fried porg, it's amazing!"
Colbert was living every Star Wars fan's dream when he cooked up a "lost scene" from the movies starring Luke Skywalker himself.Read More
Spoiler: groping women "isn't."
Franken is accused of all sorts of sexual assault. The latest instance involves attempting to forcibly kiss a congressional aide, allegedly claiming such contact is "his right as an entertainer."Read More
"I just really hope people will not drop the ball."
The two talked about a plot line in One Mississippi that involves a predatory man in power.Read More
"Donald Trump ... is not a cannibal."Read More
Host John Oliver has some suggestions for replacing Confederate monuments and Stephen Colbert lends a hand.Read More
Stephen Colbert and Nick Kroll’s #PuberMe Raised $1,000,000 for Puerto Rico With a Final Lin-Manuel Miranda Video
The campaign for Puerto Rico hurricane relief raised $1,000,00 with a grand finale from Lin-Manuel Miranda who shared a perfectly awkward teenage video.Read More
Will Trump ever learn how to word properly? On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Colbert talked about Trump's recent preoccupation with NFL protests in the face of actually, you know, solving problems and being a president.Read More
On The Tonight Show, Colbert teased O'Donnell that he was showing "solidarity" by leaking his own outtakes, which are predictably hilarious.Read More
One of the most random moments of Emmys 2017 was definitely Actual Sean Spicer coming out on stage a la Melissa McCarthy, complete with rolling podium, and being the punchline to a joke set up by Stephen Colbert. This moment definitely elicited some mixed reactions, both from the audience in the auditorium, and the viewing audience at home.Read More
Stephen Colbert did a passable, if sometimes slightly uncomfortable musical number to open Emmys 2017, followed by an increasingly political opening monologue. It got so political, in fact, that a very "popular" participant in recent political goings-on actually made an appearance. No, not Melissa McCarthy playing him, but the man himself. That's right! Spicey took to the Emmys stage! And it was weird and kinda awesome.Read More