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Donald Trump Came for Stephen Colbert, and Wow Did He Miss

About a year ago, Stephen Colbert had some choice insults for—what? Oh, I'm hearing that was only last week, and news about FBI Director Comey's firing has rendered time meaningless—Donald Trump. He got a bit on the vulgar side, which got him into some trouble, but in trying to join the pile on, Donald Trump himself will probably not achieve the affect he desired.

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Things We Saw Today: Watch a Pikachu Get Dragged Off By Secret Government Agents (Sort Of)

I've never seen a Pikachu in this intense of a situation before, and I've seen them fight Onix! But here we have a Pikachu dancer whose costume begins to deflate and...well...I mean, I feel like this response is just a leeeetle bit overblown, wouldn't you say?

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Colbert #SorryNotSorry in Response to Hypocritical “Homophobia” Accusations From Trump Supporters

A couple of days ago, Stephen Colbert let loose on a series of Trump insults on the Late Show after Trump weakly insulted Face the Nation’s John Dickerson during an interview over the weekend. The results were damn near magical. However, Colbert felt the need to address it last night in light of a #FireColbert campaign and charges of homophobia.

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Stephen Colbert Has Lost All Patience for Trump’s Weak Insults to the Press

Over the weekend, Donald Trump gave a series of interviews and, as usual, they were all bizarre. From his musings of who knew the Presidency could be so hard? to who even knows why the Civil War happened? Sad!—I'm paraphrasing—there was a lot to take in (or block out).

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Watch Stephen Colbert Pretend to Mourn His “Papa Bear” Bill O’Reilly

Turns out that Bill O'Reilly's banishment from Fox News is such sweet sorrow for at least one person—fake Stephen Colbert, the assumed persona the comedian played for a decade on the Colbert Report. On The Late Show, Colbert gets to be himself, but last night he brought us a very special message from his conservative commentator character, who was inspired by O'Reilly.

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Stephen Colbert Mocks the Hell out of Alex Jones and His Alleged “Performance Art”

Stephen Colbert was born to play Alex Jones. The comedian, who spent ten years on The Colbert Report as a faux conservative commentator, nailed the hate-spewing far-Right provocateur to the wall in a sketch on The Late Show.

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Stephen Colbert Skewers Trump’s Environmental Order, With Help From Woodsy Owl

"I know clean coal sounds like an oxymoron, but so does President Trump."

Stephen Colbert continues to bring the comedic fire to The Late Show, and last night, he roasted Trump's executive order that rolls back President Obama's environmental protections. We often use hyperbole about Trump destroying the world but this time he's actively working to destroy the world. Luckily we have Stephen Colbert on our side.

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Stephen Colbert Brings Back “Stephen Colbert” to Explain Trump’s Budget as Only He Can

With a truth-averse narcissist in the White House, Stephen Colbert's conservative pundit character has never felt more accurate or relevant—and has never been more useful for understanding Republican politics. Of course, due to Very Reasonable Contractual Concerns, this is not the same conservative pundit Stephen Colbert from the Colbert Report. He has a different favorite sandwich!

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Patrick Stewart and Stephen Colbert in “Waiting for Godot’s Obamacare Replacement”

Samuel Beckett's never-before-seen masterpiece.

Patrick Stewart and Stephen Colbert team up on The Late Show for a sketch that ribs Beckett and skewers Trump's healthcare promises. And was that Star Trek reference?! *grabby hands*

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Things We Saw Today: Directors Damien Chazelle and Barry Jenkins Sharing the Cover of Variety

Variety has released its post-Oscar issue featuring both Best Director Oscar winner, Damien Chazelle, and the director of the Best Picture Oscar winner, Moonlight, Barry Jenkins.

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Jon Stewart Returns to Colbert’s Late Show With an Important Message for the Media on Dealing With Donald Trump

Jon Stewart has spent the last few months just like the rest of us: walking around unable to contain outbursts in the face of the absolute farce happening in our government right now. Unlike the rest of us, he still has access to a platform to turn those ravings into something useful through Stephen Colbert's Late Show.

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Yvette Nicole Brown Has No Patience For Donald Trump’s Use of Civil Rights Icons as Props

Yvette Nicole Brown was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where she expressed absolutely no patience for President Trump's use of civil rights icons as props during his visit to the National Museum of African-American History.

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Things We Saw Today: Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel Star in Absurd Trailer for Teenage War

Stephen Colbert, inspired by Monster Trucks, takes the ideas of eight children to create a dramatic story of two teenagers named Bob with an A-list cast.

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Will Arnett and Stephen Colbert Talk LEGO Batman, the Women’s March, and LEGO Kissing

The actor attended the Women's March in London, which he calls a "life changing experience."

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Liberal “Snowflakes” Stephen Colbert and Billy Eichner Ask New Yorkers About Their Bubble-Dwelling Ways

Ever since November's election wound up in a huge disparity between the popular vote and Electoral College totals, we've heard a lot of talk about why the Electoral College is outdated, as well as arguments from the other side that the popular vote totals are unfairly inflated by "liberal coastal elites" and people who live in liberal "bubbles." Billy Eichner and Stephen Colbert decided to interview some of those bubble dwellers.

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Adam Driver Remembers Carrie Fisher: “She Burns Very Bright”

Adam Driver, who plays Kylo Ren, took a moment on his The Late Show with Stephen Colbert appearance to talk about his space mom.

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James Marsden Talks About How Being a Westworld Host Is a Lot Like Being an Actor

James Marsden and Evan Rachel Wood discovered it's not too hard to play a robot when you realize how similar it is to acting.

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Carrie Fisher on Women Jedi and Her Desire for Leia to Have a Purple Lightsaber

There are few things that we can rely on in this cold and dark world, but Carrie Fisher's charm is one of them.

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Westworld‘s Thandie Newton Dissects How She Sees Fear Working Now and During Brexit

The British actress had some words for Americans about parallels she sees between this moment and Brexit.

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Stephen Colbert Employs Only Acceptable Use of the Word “P***y” In Relation to Our President-Elect

Normally I'm not a fan of the word 'pussy' being used to denote weakness. After all, pussies can push out small people, bleed every month, and survive. Not exactly weaksauce. Meanwhile, you breathe on someone's balls wrong, and it could send them crumpling to the floor in agony. And yet, just this once, I damn near stood up and cheered when it was used that way. Thank you, Stephen Colbert.

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