Rep. Devin Nunes has filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit calling out two parody accounts that mock him.
Following the terrorist attack that left 50 people dead, Stephen Colbert felt compelled to cancel a secret trip to New Zealand to film "The Late Show."
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Stephen Colbert kicked off Tuesday’s episode of “The Late Show” with a discussion of the college admission bribery scandal — and in the process briefly revived one of the most memorable jokes from his “The Colbert Report” days.“You know how conspiracy theorists say everything is rigged for the wealthy and famous?” Colbert began. “Well, as a wealthy, famous person, let me just respond by saying you’re absolutely right.”Colbert broke down the scandal — in which 46 individuals, including Felicity Huffman and “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin, were charged with paying bribes of up to $6 million to get their children into top universities.Also Read: 'Today' Digs Up 2017 Interview With Lori Loughlin and Her College-Bound Daughter“The FBI was tipped off by the essay question on this year’s common application: ‘Reflect on an accomplishment that sparked your personal growth and/or list your parents’ credit card number,” Colbert cracked.Colbert then talked about other aspects of the case, including the involvement of “actress Felicity Huffman, who is married to William H. Macy, celebrity nickname ‘Filliam H. Muffman.'”That gag about Huffman and Macy originated on “The Colbert Report” all the way back in 2006, during a bit about what people can learn from celebrities about making relationships last. And to be honest, it’s almost as funny now as it was 13 years ago.Also Read: Tucker Carlson's Ratings Dip in 1st Show Since Resurfaced Comments About Rape, WomenWatch “The Late Show” bit below:TONIGHT: If you think America has a system that heavily favors the rich and famous…well you'd be right. LSSC pic.twitter.com/MApFzo63mR— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) March 13, 2019And check out the original here:Read original story Stephen Colbert Breaks Down the College Admissions Bribery Scandal – and Brings Back ‘Filliam H Muffman’ (Video) At TheWrap
After Fox News host Jesse Watters mistook Gayle King for Robin Roberts, King asked one of his co-hosts, Dana Perino, to remind her colleagues that "all black people do not look alike."
In a recent interview, Ellen Page said she is "not afraid to say the truth" — and Thursday she served up a truth bomb directed at Chris Pratt on Twitter.
Ellen Page blamed Mike Pence's history of anti-LGBTQ rhetoric for the reported attack on Jussie Smollett and made an impassioned plea for an end to hateful sentiment in our government.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier, 48, was involved in a nasty car crash on Monday while traveling with his family in Montana.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the historic government shutdown has given her the time to do things like search for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all over Capitol Hill.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced her candidacy for president, so Stephen Colbert gave her a plane ticket to Michigan to ensure that she campaigned there.
Leslie Moonves was known to take an active dislike of David Letterman making fun of him during that host’s tenure on CBS’ “The Late Show.” He probably isn’t enjoying being mentioned by Stephen Colbert either. Colbert used his monologue on Tuesday’s broadcast to poke fun at the former CBS Corp. CEO, who yesterday learned that […]
Julia Roberts had "Ben Is Back" co-star Lucas Hedges over for Thanksgiving dinner, but after what he said about her turkey, that might not happen again.
The character Stephen Colbert played on his previous show might be flattered at the president's stealing his idea, but the real one — not so much.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel joined other in saying White House press secretary Sarah Sanders should be fired for promoting an altered video to defend revoking the press credentials of CNN's Jim Acosta.
The United States may remain divided, but Jimmy Kimmel won Tuesday’s late-night war with ease.
On "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the host said he was going after whoever created a copycat of "Whose Boat Is This Boat?"