Jimmy Kimmel decided to poll New Yorkers on the most insane things they'd ever seen on the subway, and the results were a trip.
"Trump can't be faulted for not being articulate but he can be blamed for making an unnecessary problem worse."
We want these bartenders to be our bartenders. We promise we won't order a daiquiri.
The representative from California sat down with comedian Jim Jeffries to discuss the best ways to stand your ground in the face of a president who systematically attacks all the institutions and principles you stand for — with jokes.
"The Opposition" reporter Laura Grey headed down to Oklahoma to see the school supplies and books the oil industry has been sending to elementary schools — purely out of the goodness of their own hearts, of course.
A very bearded Letterman stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night and told a story about sending his fellow late-night host a horse as a gag — only to discover that O'Brien sincerely loved the gift.
If you don't fit into your jeans, that's whatever. If you don't you don't fit into your winter coat? You've got a problem...
Chicago does have a concerning murder rate, but the finger pointing feels disproportionate to reality. Perhaps there is some kind of political motivation involved...
If you haven't kept up with the avalanche of mistakes big and small that followed the Equifax breach, John Oliver has you covered. No, he can't get you a new social security number though, stop asking.
Show this to your friends who want to convince you some pumpkin spice-flavored monstrosity is "actually really good."
Billy Murray ambushed the Ed Sullivan theater last night to shoot free t-shirts at Colbert's audience, dip tobacco "Swedish-style" and sip whiskey — because he's Bill mothafuckin' Murray.
"This horrifying story reveals, yet again, a culture of systemic misogyny that exists at the highest levels of society. In the last year and a half, the most powerful man in news, the most powerful man in politics and the most powerful man in Hollywood have been accused of serial sexual predation. This should not be a partisan issue."
Rachel Feinstein is really funny, but we sort of think she should put the comedy thing on hold for a minute to devote one hundred percent of her time teaching her parents how not to harass people on Facebook.
Does the world need movie stars? We're not sure, but this sure is a pretty heavy conversation to kick off a talk show segment, but we like listening to these two dudes talk, so it's all good.
The Harvey Weinstein story that's broken over the past week has been a horrific one. But Weinstein isn't the only guy out there who's hurting people, and Sam Bee wants those other creeps to know they're bad too.
"It's not Mark Zuckerberg's fault he's misinformed. He gets his news from Facebook."
Fred met Seth Meyers in the studio to record some possible voiceover tracks for "Middle-earth: Shadow of War."
It's her party she can do what she wants.
Donald Trump took to Twitter to complain about his late night critics, asking if his agenda could get "equal time" on their shows. To satiate the President, Colbert asked his old friend Jon to provide positive commentary on Trump to make things more "balanced."
And the director is a broken, broken woman.
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