On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver showed commercials starring "the Catheter Cowboy" that he plans to air on "Fox and Friends."
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver asked "This Is Us" to help increase the USPS's popularity with educational messages in storylines.
On "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Kim was struggling with overeating, so she hired a bodybuilder to help her diet and exercise.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver discussed the opioid crisis, saying Trump's plan to use an advertising campaign to help addicts isn't really a plan at all.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host thought it was absurd that there are a reported 1,500 Confederate memorials in the U.S, including more than 700 statues and 10 military bases.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host discussed how small businesses are being crushed or swallowed up by big ones. He pointed out that some small-sounding companies actually aren’t and even brought his own show into it.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host was more than skeptical of Trump’s consistent promises of happiness about government policy. It was something that Trump promised reporter Chuck Todd when Todd asked him about the details on rolling back the immigration program DACA.
"Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" tackled the terrifying reality that there is more than 71,000 tons of nuclear waste just sitting around the nation's 104 nuclear reactors.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host addressed the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Va., and President Trump's response.
On “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver,” Oliver discussed President Trump's plan to increase the number of Border Patrol agents by 25 percent. Oliver says hiring 5,000 agents quickly would hurt the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency.
Rather than go after Alex Jones for his far-right rhetoric, John Oliver went after him for profiting from fearmongering.
As Stephen Colbert grilled his friend, John Oliver squirmed in his chair, saying things like, "You're torturing me" and "I'm in Hell." Oliver wanted to joke about it all, saying, "All I have is a sequence of thoughts in my head — 'Oh, this would be funny to say, this would be funny, this would be interesting.' And then another thing going, 'You're dead if it happens.'"
On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver had some choice words for the media’s coverage of Saturday night’s tragic attacks in London, in which seven people were killed and many more injured. The media repeatedly said that the U.K. was “under siege” or that it was “reeling” from the attacks, but Oliver contended, “To say it’s under siege and its people are reeling is to imply that it’s weak enough to be brought to its knees by three monumental a**holes.”
Oliver started questioning the integrity of the White House based on the conflicting reasons they initially gave for the firing.
This week, late-night hosts from Conan to Colbert ripped Donald Trump on Health Care, Cinco de Mayo, and firing James Comey,
On Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert is going to celebrate his 20th year in late-night television, and he plans to turn The Late Show into a reunion of The Daily Show: Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Ed Helms, and Rob Corddry are scheduled to appear. The present-day atmosphere is too grim to allow Colbert to simply hug some old friends and pat himself on the back for surviving (and thriving) for two decades of topical TV.
John Oliver questions how much positive influence Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have on Donald Trump, for example,Trump's policies on climate change.
Politics continue to dominate the late night TV landscape, particularly in the hosts’ monologues. Here are the best late night jokes about Donald Trump this week.
The dropping of the big bomb in Afghanistan led John Oliver into a clash with "Fox and Friends" contributors, especially Geraldo Rivera.
The German chancellor leans over and asks Trump if he wants to comply with reporters' request to shake hands. Trump just stares forward, ignoring everyone.
On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver looked into Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia and his friendly view of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Oliver joked, “I’m saying it’s a bit weird that you’ve been objectively nicer to Vladimir Putin than you have to Meryl Streep, who I’m pretty sure is not an infamous autocrat. Oliver played a popular Russian pop song that features a female musical group singing about how they would love a strong man like Putin.
On Tuesday’s "The Late Show," John Oliver visited his friend Stephen Colbert and expressed his concern about Donald Trump’s immigration ban. The host of "Last Week Tonight" has been an outspoken critic of Donald Trump, and though he’s a green card holder with a family, he shared that he’s concerned about his future.
On Tuesday, This is Us showed us Jack and Rebecca’s wedding, and it solidified the overwhelming feeling that Jack is probably the perfect husband. Rebecca even exclaimed during the episode, “My husband’s a freaking superhero.”
On Sunday’s "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver took on Donald Trump’s unwillingness to accept election results by dangling something Trumps wants but cannot have.