Colbert Reveals Trump’s ‘Central Governing Philosophy’ In A Single Word

The “Late Show” host tries to figure out what the heck Trump just said.
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Colbert Taunts Trump With Visual Evidence Of How Obama Really Treated Children

The “Late Show” host has a fact-check for the president.
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Stephen Colbert Nails The Irony Of Donald Trump’s Obsession With Being Liked

“The Late Show” host poked fun at the president’s recent popularity ratings.
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Colbert Mocks Giuliani’s Bonkers Fox News Interview: ‘Rudy, You’re Not Helping!’

Today’s “Stormy Watch” finds Hurricane Rudy “making landfall on Fox News.”
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Stephen Colbert Reveals Evil Genius Plan To Avoid ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Spoilers

Bwahaha!
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Colbert Is Stunned Speechless By Trump’s Terrible ‘Birthday Present’ For Melania

“Late Show” host tells the president what he really should’ve given his wife.
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Colbert Nails Exactly Why Trump Is Sticking With His ‘Candyman’ White House Doc

“Late Show” host thinks they might have something in common.
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Colbert Mocks ‘Kellyanne Kanye’ For His Bizarre Pro-Trump Tweetstorm

“Late Show” host tries to make sense of Kanye’s pro-Trump tweets.
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Colbert Has A Fiendish Idea To Keep Michael Cohen From Turning On Trump

It’s a foolproof plan. Or is it?
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Stephen Colbert Pokes Holes In Trump’s Abstinence-Only Sex Education Agenda

“How do you spend that much money on not giving away condoms?”
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Stephen Colbert Repeats A ‘Fun Fact’ About Women, Just For Donald Trump

“Not all women are under legally binding agreements about what they can say.”
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Stephen Colbert Has A Golden Response To Latest Trump ‘Pee Tape’ Claims

Wild new claims lead to a flood of “Late Show” jokes.
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Stephen Colbert Shows How Trump’s Own Words Just Came Back To Bite Him In The Butt

“Late Show” host returns from break with the latest on the FBI raid on Trump attorney Michael Cohen.
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Stephen Colbert Taunts ‘Pimp’ Facebook And Its CEO Mark ‘Suckerberg’

“You know nothing about me.”
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Colbert Delivers Hardest Hitting Fake Interview With President Trump

Fake, but it feels real tbh.
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Stephen Colbert Has A Brutal Response To Trump’s Latest Corker Insult

Ouch.
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Stephen Colbert Has A Brutal Response To Trump’s Latest Corker Insult

Ouch.
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Stephen Colbert ‘Reveals’ Donald Trump’s Other Cringeworthy Pick-Up Lines

“How would you like to add a little marmalade to the mix?”
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Stephen Colbert To North Korea: ‘Knock It Off’ With The Sick Trump Burns

“I’m not gonna stand here as an American and let somebody from another country talk smack about our president.”
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Stephen Colbert Has A Field Day With Donald Trump’s ‘Nambia’ Screw-Up

“Late Show” host lists some other fake Trump countries.
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What The Heck Did Stephen Colbert Just Show Hillary Clinton?

“Late Show” host shared his unused Election Night jokes with the former presidential candidate.
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Jordan Klepper Wants to Be a Colbert for the Breitbart Era

A former correspondent for “The Daily Show” plays an incendiary fringe pundit on his new Comedy Central series, “The Opposition With Jordan Klepper.”
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Stephen Colbert Shares ‘Exclusive Look’ At Steve Bannon’s ’60 Minutes’ Interview

(Spoof) spoiler alert.
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Stephen Colbert Discovers Donald Trump’s Secret White House Nickname

The president may have accidentally let it slip out.
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Stephen Colbert Is Back With 11 Brutal Words For Donald Trump

The “Late Show” host has a biting message for the president.
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Stephen Colbert Just Figured Out The Worst Thing Trump Could Do To North Korea

Yes, worse than “fire and fury.”
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Stephen Colbert Relishes Hitting Fox News’ Eric Bolling Below The Belt

His takedown of the accused lewd images sender is just savage.
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Stephen Colbert Has Beef With Lara Trump’s ‘Real News’ Broadcast

“Wait a second.”
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Stephen Colbert: ‘It’s Official, Donald Trump Is A Dictator’

“Technically.”
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Stephen Colbert Gives ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ A Hilarious Update In Farewell To The Mooch

“Late Show” host gives Anthony Scaramucci a musical sendoff.
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Stephen Colbert Has Figured Out Why We Don’t See Steve Bannon Anymore

“Late Show” host goes full “Mooch” in bleep-filled monologue.
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Stephen Colbert Likens Donald Trump’s Administration To This Classic ’90s Mob Movie

But with several hilarious differences.
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Stephen Colbert Brings Down The House With A 2-Word Response To Trump

“Late Show” host tells the president exactly what he thinks about transgender military ban.
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Stephen Colbert Gives The Boy Scout Oath A Hilarious New Makeover For The Trump Era

The “Late Show” host brings the Boy Scouts in line with the president’s ideals.
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Stephen Colbert Just Earned His Biggest Ratings Win Over Jimmy Fallon

His “Russia Week” was a success.
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Stephen Colbert Debuts Hilarious Impression Of Anthony Scaramucci

Uncanny.
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Stephen Colbert Likens Donald Trump Jr.’s Meeting With Russians To ‘Ocean’s Eleven’

“They got the whole rag-tag team.”
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The Great Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream War Between Jimmy Fallon And Stephen Colbert

The popularity of their ice cream flavors is strangely as “neck and neck” as their late night shows.
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Stephen Colbert Just Rented Out Trump’s Alleged ‘Pee Pee Tape’ Suite In Moscow

The history “just washes over you.”
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Trevor Noah One-Ups Stephen Colbert In Battle For Best Trump Mockery

Both hosts seem to be trying hard to outdo one another.
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Stephen Colbert Trolls Donald Trump Jr. With Murky ‘Russia Week’ Intro

“I just want to get out ahead of the story here.”
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Stephen Colbert Channels Kellyanne Conway, Has His Own ‘Fun With Words’

The “Late Show” host put his spin on the spin.
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Stephen Colbert Shreds Jeff Sessions For Meeting With Anti-LGBTQ Group

“A closed-door speech? Come on guys, it’s 2017, it’s OK to come out!”
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Stephen Colbert Explains Donald Trump Jr.-Russia Collusion Claims In 1 Handy Diagram

The “Late Show” host is connecting the dots.
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Stephen Colbert Brutally Dissects The Donald Trump Jr.-Russia Collusion Claims

“It’s not a smoking gun, but it is a gun meeting with a Russian bullet about their mutual desire to smoke.”
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Stephen Colbert Goes Undercover As The Kookiest Tax Preparer Ever

Many happy returns.
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Stephen Colbert Knows Why Your Dog Is Really Afraid Of Fireworks

Happy 4th!
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Stephen Colbert Made John McEnroe Answer for His Idiotic Comments About Serena Williams

“You topped yourself, sir.”

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Stephen Colbert Actually Just Congratulated Donald Trump For Something

Kind of.
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Stephen Colbert ‘Reveals’ The New Ground Rules For White House Press Briefings

Reporters should probably brush up on their ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics right now.
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Stephen Colbert: Russian Agents ‘Followed Me Everywhere’ In Russia

“Hardcore fans evidently.”
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Seth Rogen and Stephen Colbert have joined forces online, asking Donald Trump Jr to persuade his father to resign.
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Stephen Colbert Explains Donald Trump’s Most Frustrating Contradiction

Much of America watched former FBI Director James Comey testify in front of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday. Nielsen Media reported around 19.5 million watched on television, but millions more streamed the testimony online since it took place during the typical work day.

President Donald Trump was among those watching ― and he soon publicly addressed the various accusations Comey leveled against him.

“Comey was pretty rough on the president,” Stephen Colbert said “The Late Show” Friday night. “But right after the testimony, Trump sent his longtime personal lawyer and devil who has a thing he wants you to sign, Marc Kasowitz to respond.”

The host played a clip of the lawyer claiming that Comey’s testimony vindicated Trump, because in Kasowitz’s words, the former FBI director confirmed publicly what he had told Trump privately. This referred to Trump’s insistence that Comey had told him that he was not under investigation by the FBI.

As a quick refresher into this confusing mess: It is true that when Trump asked Comey whether he was personally under investigation, he was not. But Trump associates were under investigation and Comey’s testimony on Thursday indicated that Trump may be facing an investigation into whether the president obstructed justice.

This is where Kasowitz began an extremely frustrating contradiction, as Colbert explained.

But even though, everything Comey said proved Trump wasn’t guilty, he was also a liar?
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“But even though, everything Comey said proved Trump wasn’t guilty, he was also a liar?” Colbert said.

He then played another part of the Kasowitz clip where the lawyer detailed the various ways Comey had allegedly lied during the testimony. 

This bizarre argument tracked with what the president later tweeted.

During his testimony, Comey also called Trump a liar on multiple occasions.

It’s a classic he said, he said (American politics still being dominated by men, of course).

Now you’ve got to choose whether to believe the “Twin Peaks” character Agent Dale Cooper incarnate in Comey or… well… the apparent “liar in chief.”

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Stephen Colbert Is Beyond Happy That Donald Trump Is Out Of The Country

Late Show” host Stephen Colbert couldn’t contain his glee at the fact that President Donald Trump is abroad on Friday.

With Trump away on a nine-day jaunt to the Middle East and Western Europe, Colbert said it meant “we have the whole country to ourselves for the weekend.”

And that meant one thing — a “party at the White House.”

“You know (Mike) Pence is throwing a rager this weekend,” Colbert joked.

The host went on to dissect just some of the challenges Trump may face on his trip, during which he is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican, and attend a G7 meeting in Sicily and a NATO summit in Belgium.

Check out the full segment above.

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Brad Pitt Gets Philosophical With Stephen Colbert

The actor shows off a lighter side on "The Late Show"–but did viewers deserve a live interview? "Live From E!" debates!
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Stephen Colbert To Face FCC Investigation Over ‘Homophobic’ Donald Trump Joke

Stephen Colbert pissed off lots of people this week with a controversial rant against President Donald Trump on “The Late Show” and now he might have to pay for it ― literally.

Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai revealed that the agency would investigate the comedian’s reference to Trump on Monday’s show as Russian President Vladamir Putin’s “cock holster.” Many called the comment “homophobic.”

“I have had a chance to see the clip now and so, as we get complaints, and we’ve gotten a number of them, we are going to take the facts that we find and we are going to apply the law as it’s been set out by the Supreme Court and other courts and we’ll take the appropriate action,” Pai said on The Rich Zeoli Show on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT on Friday.

Pai added the FCC would follow the standard operating procedures and “make sure we evaluate what the facts are and apply the law fairly and fully.”

Colbert’s fiery two-minute routine, titled “Stephen says everything journalists wish they could,” included jokes about Trump’s tiny hands and missing tax returns. But it was the “cock holster” line that drew the most ire and subsequently inspired a #FireColbert hashtag on Twitter.

The late night show host responded to the controversy on Wednesday night, telling viewers he didn’t regret what he said because he believes the president “can take care of himself.” But Colbert did note if he were to do it again, he would “change a few words that were cruder than they needed to be.”

Addressing the claims of homophobia, he added, “I just want to say for the record, life is short, and anyone who expresses their love for another person, in their own way, is to me, an American hero.”

Variety reported that Pai’s response to Colbert’s monologue is “surprising” as “’The Late Show’ airs outside the FCC’s long-established ‘safe harbor’ time frame of 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. in which the commission has the authority to police allegations of indecent and obscene material on the airwaves.”

Pai told The Rich Zeoli Show that if the commission finds Colbert violated FCC regulations he would most likely face a fine. 

Still, Colbert probably isn’t sweating the investigation too much. “The Late Show” drew its best ratings on Thursday night since its premiere week in 2015.

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Don Rickles Was Roasting Presidents When Colbert Was Still In College

Legendary comedian Don Rickles died Thursday at the age of 90. He may not have invented insult comedy, but he certainly was closer to perfecting it than anyone.

Here’s a video of Rickles performing at Ronald Reagan’s second inaugural celebration in 1985. It’s wonderful for a few reasons. 

Rickles is a lifelong Democrat, but shows a incredible amount of class considering the venue and his style of comedy.

He also roasts a president of the United States and the celebrities of the day pretty harshly, something we sort of take for granted these days, where the line between entertainment and politics continues to blur.

It’s a lesson to human beings in general: you may be able to dish it out, but it’s almost as important to be able to take it.

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Stephen Colbert Has Some NSFW Ideas About Mike Pence

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Stephen Colbert Happily Takes Trump’s Challenge To ‘Say It To My Face’

President Donald Trump recently expressed frustration about media outlets that quote anonymous sources in negative stories about his job performance. During his Feb. 24 speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Trump dared these negative sources — if they’d like to say “Donald Trump is a horrible, horrible human being” — to “say it to my face.”

Well, Stephen Colbert is happy to take on that challenge.

“Sir …” he said after the clip played, to applause from the crowd. “It would be my honor to say it to your face.” He beckoned the camera closer, smashing his face against the glass to make sure his message was crystal clear.

Just before that, Colbert had a very simple, but poignant, line about the president during his opening monologue.

After spending part of this monologue responding to the borderline unbelievable ending to the Oscars on Sunday ― where “La La Land” erroneously won Best Picture until it was announced that “Moonlight” was the true winner ― Colbert transitioned to Trump.

“Speaking of heartbreaking mistakes,” Colbert said, followed by a slight pause. “Donald Trump … “ he continued, to the crowd’s applause.

When the audience finally settled down, Colbert began to talk about Trump’s upcoming address to a joint session of Congress, where the president is expected to present a plan for the nation’s healthcare.

Yet earlier on Monday at the White House, Trump had said the mystifying line “Nobody knew that healthcare could be so complicated.”

After showing the clip of the president’s quote, Colbert followed up his “heartbreaking” comment with a more poignant response to Trump.

“It’s just that you didn’t know,” Colbert said, “That’s like if I performed open-heart surgery tomorrow and said, ‘Wow, nobody said it’d be so wet in here.’”

Heartbreaking for sure.

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Stephen Colbert Called Out the White House’s Cowardly Transgender Decision

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Stephen Colbert Begins The Donald Trump Era With A Yuuuge New Look

Stephen Colbert switched up his outfit in honor of new President Donald Trump on Friday.

After poking fun at the super long red tie that Trump wore during his inauguration, “The Late Show” host paid tribute by revealing his own yellow version.

Colbert also predicted that the extended necktie may now become all the rage, claiming that whatever the president wears at the inaugural “tends to set the fashion trend for men for the next four years.”

“It’s very handy,” Colbert commented about his new tie. “You can use it for all sorts of things, for hiding an erection for instance, which I will not have for four years now.”

Check out the full clip above, and see the show’s opening segment below:

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Stephen Colbert Is Thankful For Donald Trump

Stephen Colbert has a lot look forward to in the new year.

In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” the comedian said he wants to lose some weight (same) and be surprised “every day” in 2017. Most of all, he’s thankful and excited for a Donald Trump presidency ― if only because the president-elect is full of surprises.

What I’m looking forward to? I’m looking forward to being surprised because that’s what you want every day. I want to be surprised. And that’s the great thing about Donald Trump, is that, boy, he did surprise a lot of people, didn’t he?” Colbert told host John Dickerson.

Mr. Trump is such a large figure, that he will continue to be, I think, the story that we can tell with jokes on a daily basis because he keeps breaking rules ― or norms. Not rules. He keeps on breaking norms. And the breaking of those norms is such a surprising thing that it’s, like, a firecracker every day. And you get to report on the sound of that firecracker every day.

Colbert never expected a Trump presidency, and he admitted that a lot of his programming on election night had to be ad-libbed due to the unexpected outcome. But it’s more important than ever to stay focused on what we have: Trump is more than just a comedy opportunity, Colbert said. He’s our future, love it or hate it.

“Now, I have no choice but to actually enjoy this incredible gift every day that Mr. Trump will be,” Colbert said.

Colbert added that he wouldn’t deny Trump a chance to appear on his show. And he could probably use the jump in viewers Trump would provide: Colbert’s ratings haven’t gone his way in the “Late Show’s” first year.

Colbert’s interview with Dickerson will air on “Face the Nation” this Sunday.

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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Donald Trump Just Won’t Give Up His Birther Fantasy In Colbert Interview

Donald Trump has been coming under fire for refusing to distance himself from the “birther” movement he helped fuel, which claims President Barack Obama wasn’t born in the United States.  On Tuesday night’s “Late Show,” host Stephen Colbert offered the GOP frontrunner a chance to put the question behind him once and for all. 

“I’m going to throw you a big fat meatball for you to hit out of the park right now,” Colbert said. “This is the last time you’ll ever have to address this question if you hit the ball.” 

“I want to hear this one,” Trump said.

“Barack Obama, born in the United States?” Colbert asked.

When Trump hesitated, Colbert tempted him with the “meatball.”

“It’s a meatball, it’s hanging out there,” Colbert said, mimicking a batter’s home-run swing. “Right there — c’mon.”

But for Trump, it was a swing and a miss. 

“I don’t talk about that anymore,” he said.

“You don’t talk about it?” Colbert asked.  

Trump said he would rather talk about jobs and veterans, but Colbert cut him off. 

“The meatball is now being dragged down subway steps by a rat,” Colbert said, referring to the now-famous pizza-stealing rat. “You missed the meatball.”

The response is in line with what Trump offered on Sunday to a similar question on “Meet the Press.”

“I just don’t want to discuss it,” Trump told host Chuck Todd, calling it a “long, complex issue.”

After taping his Colbert appearance, Trump tweeted that the birther movement began with Hillary Clinton: 

FactCheck.org reports that while the issue was raised by diehard Clinton supporters in 2008, there is nothing to link Clinton, her campaign or her staff to the issue.

Trump is set to appear on national TV again on Sunday on “60 Minutes.”

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Joe Biden Speaks Candidly About Grief, Loss And Faith In Revealing Stephen Colbert Interview

In an emotional interview, Vice President Joe Biden spoke candidly on Thursday about the recent death of his son Beau, extensively discussing his grief and how it has made it difficult for him to commit to a potential presidential bid in 2016 despite growing calls for him to run.

“I don’t think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president; and two, they can look at folks out there and say, ‘I promise you have my whole heart, my whole soul, my energy and my passion,'” he told comedian Stephen Colbert in an interview that will air Thursday night on CBS’ “The Late Show.” 

“I’d be lying if I said that I knew I was there. I’m being completely honest,” Biden continued. “Nobody has a right in my view to seek that office unless they are willing to give it 110 percent of who they are.”

Biden has repeatedly indicated that his family is the primary factor in his decision whether or not to run and has said that he is unsure if he possesses the “emotional energy” to run.

He spoke at length about his grief on Thursday, recounting memories of Beau and frequently appearing close to tears.

“I was a hell of a success. My son was better than me. He was better than me in every way,” he said of Beau, who died in May after battling brain cancer.

The vice president also spoke about how his Catholic faith has helped him cope with Beau’s death, saying that religion gives him “enormous sense of solace.”

“I go to mass and I’m able to be just alone, even in a crowd,” he said. “It’s just a place you can go.” 

He revealed that he feels “self-conscious” about the outpouring of support he received, noting that “so many people who have losses as severe or maybe worse than mine and don’t have the support I have.”

“No one owes you anything,” he said. “You gotta get up. And I feel like I was letting down Beau, letting down my parents, letting down my family if I didn’t just get up. I marvel at the ability of people who absorb hurt and just get back up.”

 

Colbert eventually asked Biden about the mounting rumors that he may pursue a presidential bid.

“I want to talk about the elephant in the room, which in this case is a donkey. Do you have anything to tell us about your plans?” he asked.

“I think you should run for president again, and I’ll be your vice president,” Biden quipped, referencing the time Colbert briefly was a presidential candidate in 2008.

Biden also joked about his tendency to speak out of turn as vice president when his microphone suddenly shut off at the beginning of the interview.

“By the way, they do this to me at the White House all the time — shut my mic off,” Biden said.

But most of the interview covered serious matters. Colbert, who himself has experienced immense loss, losing his father and two brothers in plane crash when he was just 10 years old, seemed to support a Biden candidacy, arguing that Biden’s experiences would give him a unique perspective.

“It’s going to be emotional for a lot of people if you don’t run,” he told Biden. “Your example of suffering and service is something that would be sorely missed in the race.”

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Stephen Colbert ‘Prays’ Trump Stays In Presidential Race

Stephen Colbert on Monday joked that he “prays” Donald Trump stays in the presidential race so Colbert can make jokes about him when “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” debuts on CBS Sept. 8.

“I just want to say that every little boy grows up believing they could be president of the United States, and I’m so happy that little boy turned out to be Donald Trump,” Colbert said at the Television Critics Association press tour. “I just hope he’s taking his vitamins. Please stay healthy until I get on the air. Don’t do anything dangerous, don’t ride any motorcycles. Every night I light a candle and pray that he stays in the race and I also hope that no one puts that candle anywhere near his hair.”

Until he gets on the air, all his jabs amount to “dry Trumping,” Colbert said, pulling out his phone so he could live-tweet that joke from the stage. 

Though he’s still prepping for his “Late Show” debut, Colbert appeared on camera for the final “Daily Show” episode last week, and he revealed something that the audience wasn’t aware of: He and the other former correspondents chanted, “Made him cry! Made him cry!” when retiring host Jon Stewart teared up during the last tribute to him. 

“That might be my favorite thing I ever did on ‘The Daily Show,’” Colbert said. “He never let you thank him.”

When he was asked to do that final tribute to his former boss, Colbert said he knew it would be a major challenge to keep Stewart on stage as it happened. Colbert said he thought, “He’s going to flop on the dock like a fish — he’s not going to want me to do that. I was like a rodeo clown. I honestly thought he was going to leave.” 

What came through during the 40-minute press conference on Monday was Colbert’s eagerness to get on the air and his relief at having dropped the lovable blowhard persona he refined during his time on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.” Having come from an improvisational background, he said he looked forward to performing and interviewing as himself, not as “Colbert.”

“Not having to run everything I say through the character in my head is really lovely,” Colbert said. “I felt I did everything I could with him and everything I could do with that show, other than [showcase] my honest interest in my guest, which is almost constant. Now I feel almost more freed up.

 “When you’re interviewing people, you don’t know what’s going to happen. That’s much closer to how I learned my craft,” Colbert said. “All I really want from a guest is someone who has something to say, so I can play with them.”

That said, he hopes to have serious conversations not just with actors and singers, but with authors, politicians and other kinds of public figures, as well. 

“The audience followed us” during those kinds of conversations on “The Colbert Report,” he said, “and I don’t see any reason why it should stop.” (Among the news sources he reads daily: Reddit’s political subreddits, the Drudge Report and The Huffington Post.)

Colbert said he spent time with David Letterman before he left the show to ask him about hosting, and to thank him for being a role models. Colbert said he “stole” from Letterman, especially when he read letters from lawyers that specifically stated they should not be read on the air.

“That idea of not being bound by authority and not thinking anyone’s too good to be made fun of — including myself,” all comes from the Letterman model, Colbert said. 

The last musical guest on “The Colbert Report” was Kendrick Lamar, who will be Colbert’s first musical guest on “The Late Show,” Colbert revealed Monday. News broke recently that his first guest will be George Clooney. 

 ”I wish I could have done better than George Clooney,” he deadpanned. 

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Stephen Colbert Destroys Dissenting Justices In Same-Sex Marriage Decision

We have a feeling his monologues are going to be pretty great.

Not even into his “Late Show” tenure yet, new host Stephen Colbert can’t wait to dig into the current events and find the funny.

With the landmark 5-4 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday allowing same-sex couples to legally marry in all 50 states, Colbert justifiably tore into the four dissenting justices.

As for which of the judges wrote the dissenting opinion, Colbert said, “I’ll let you guess which ones.” He then broke into a Frankenstein monster impression with an “ARGH, GAY BAD!” thrown in for good measure.

The four judges voting against legalization were Justice Antonin Scalia (gasp!), Chief Justice John Roberts (no!), Justice Clarence Thomas (shock!) and Justice Samuel Alito (what?!).

But Colbert insists the ruling is not great for everyone: “My condolences to gays with commitment issues who are asking their partner IF WE CAN JUST PLEASE TALK ABOUT THIS WHEN I GET HOME FROM WORK TODAY.”

In the end though, it’s great news, even if it took longer than it should have.

“It’s hard to believe that gay Americans achieved full constitutional personhood just five years after corporations did,” said Colbert.

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Stephen Colbert Shaves His Beard In First ‘Late Show’ Promo

What was Stephen Colbert hiding all these years under his “Colbert Report” character? Apparently, a giant grey beard.

In the first promo for CBS’ “Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” the host introduces us to his beard, but then decides it’s time to get rid of it. Colbert tries on a handful of characters with different facial hair, like “the un-Hitler” ‘stache, the half Wolverine and lastly, the fresh-faced, hairless Colbert.

Watch Colbert eat a hot dog with a fork and knife and give his beard a musical goodbye. Follow the show’s new Twitter account and Colbr app for more updates. “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” debuts on Sept. 8.

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9 Tidbits From George Lucas’ Chat With Stephen Colbert At The Tribeca Film Festival

The chance to see George Lucas discuss his career ranked fairly high in our Tribeca Film Festival priorities, especially with Stephen Colbert conducting the interview. Apparently we weren’t alone: The festival sold out one of its largest flagship auditoriums for Friday’s hour-long panel, part of the Tribeca Talks series, and spectators lined up with posters and DVDs for the “Star Wars” overlord to autograph. Inside, it took no time at all to realize there is very little the 70-year-old Lucas hasn’t already been asked about his well-documented career.

Even an adept moderator (and “Star Wars” obsessive) like Colbert couldn’t squeeze out many fresh tidbits from the talkative director, though he did display his signature wit throughout, particularly when Lucas sneezed and Colbert responded by saying, “May The Force be with you.” These guys! So silly!

But even the nerdiest of “Star Wars” fans can stand to revisit morsels about the iconic franchise — and hey, maybe there’s even something in here that you didn’t already know. Here are nine quickies from Friday’s conversation:

1. George Lucas is not a fan of being a celebrity. He’s happy to wear sneakers and avoid Hollywood galas, which has prompted some in the industry to liken him to the reclusive Howard Hughes.

2. There’s at least one downside to directing “Star Wars.” “The one thing I regret about doing ‘Star Wars’ is I never got to see it,” Lucas said when asked whether he’s anticipating “The Force Awakens,” which opens in December. “I never got that thrill.”

3. “American Graffiti” started as a dare from Francis Ford Coppola. The duo became pals after Lucas won a scholarship in film school that allowed him to work on a Warner Bros. project of his choosing. He selected “Finian’s Rainbow,” Coppola’s 1968 musical starring Fred Astaire and Petula Clark. (Coppola was 29 when “Rainbow” opened; Lucas was 24.)

In 1969, the directors opened their own studio, American Zoetrope, which released Lucas’ infamous 1971 sci-fi flop “THX 1138.” (It was a joint venture with Warner Bros., which “told Francis Ford Coppola and me, ‘We want our money back,'” Lucas said. In order to pay off that $ 350,000, Coppola made a little film called “The Godfather.”) Coppola then told Lucas to lay off the experimental “robot” stuff, daring him to write a comedy instead. Confident he could do it, Lucas channeled his California youth to write “American Graffiti,” which went on to earn five Oscar nominations and become 1973’s third-highest grossing movie across North America.

4. Lucas is fully aware of what you think about his most recent “Star Wars” scripts. “I’m notorious for wooden dialogue,” Lucas said, presumably referring to criticism that defined the franchise’s second trilogy. Frankly, he doesn’t care, largely because dialogue, in his mind, is secondary to visuals and sound. In keeping, he considers “Star Wars” a silent film that generates meaning from its movement. “You could be 2 years old and not understand what anyone’s saying, but still understand the movie,” he said.

5. The only one of Lucas’ director friends who supported “Star Wars” was Steven Spielberg. Lucas’ posse includes Brian De Palma and Martin Scorsese, but Spielberg was the only one who said “Star Wars” would be a hit after Lucas screened it for his buddies. De Palma, who released “Carrie” a year before 1977’s “A New Hope” opened, instead asked, “What the hell is The Force?”

6. Lucas learned of the “Star Wars” momentum from a news report. Alan Ladd Jr. was the producer who gave “Star Wars” the green light, and he remained Lucas’ only supporter when 20th Century Fox wanted to nix production due to escalating budgets and location snafus. Lucas insisted Ladd wait a few weeks after “A New Hope” opened to gauge its performance, once the movie could transcend the fanatics who will show up for any sci-fi flick. A week after the movie hit theaters, Lucas was on vacation in Hawaii when he saw a CBS news story showcasing the fandom that had already erupted — it was then that he grasped its proliferating impact.

7. But Lucas never wanted to make Hollywood blockbusters. He was interested in experimental films, à la “THX 1138.” Today, he says he’s retired and tinkering around with the type of movies that studios didn’t want him to make. “They’ll probably never get released,” he joked. “I’m just screwing around in my garage.” He can afford to screw around because he worked to secure “Star Wars” sequel rights from 20th Century Fox after “A New Hope” became a hit. “That’s how I got to be rich,” he said, smiling.

8. As of Friday, Lucas hadn’t seen the latest “Force Awakens” trailer. And he has no idea what the new movie is about, despite receiving a “creative consultant” credit. (He didn’t watch the first teaser until almost two months after it debuted.) “I’m excited, I have no idea what they’re doing,” he said. The original, however, remains a family saga — his intent was to make a movie about “the father, the children, the grandchildren.”

9. Lucas thinks Colbert should replace Jon Stewart. “Don’t you think the perfect choice to replace that Jon Stewart fella would have been you? And now you’re working at ‘Late Show,’ where nobody sees you,” Lucas quipped, to which Colbert responded by saying that he was previously on at 11:30 p.m. and will now be on at 11:35. He never wanted to take Stewart’s gig because he would forever live “underneath his shadow.”

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Stephen Colbert’s Final Colbert Report: The Good, The Weird, and The Great

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Watch President Barack Obama Take Over Hosting Duties on The Colbert Report

President Barack Obama went from sitting behind his desk in the Oval Office to sitting behind Stephen Colbert’s desk on The Colbert Report. The President was a guest on the comedy-news show on Monday, but before his interview with Colbert, Obama temporarily took over hosting duties and delivered the fan-favorite Report segment “The Word.” Or as he renamed […]
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Stephen Colbert Calls Jon Stewart A ‘Liberal Lion,’ Praises ‘Rosewater’ And Gives Him A Kiss

On his umpteenth stop of his press tour for “Rosewater,” Jon Stewart, the person, sat down with Stephen Colbert, the character, for an endearing meeting of the old friends/nemeses.

In part one of the Thursday night interview, Colbert reminded Stewart to soak up his “Colbert Report” experience because there are only 12 episodes left, then chided him for being the “voice of the left” but failing to increase the youth voter turnout during the midterm elections.

“How does it feel to know that your entire career could have just as well been shouted into a sock and thrown off an overpass?” Colbert asked.

In part two, Colbert put his politics aside and praised Stewart for his directorial debut, even going so far as to say he should “stay in his lane” instead of doing both TV and film so well. Stewart opened up about the inspiration for “Rosewater,” showed a clip and told the story of Jason Jones being mistaken for an actual U.S. spy.

But the best part of the interview has to be the ending, in which Stewart shows how exhausted he is from doing interviews and receives a hug and a kiss from Colbert in return.

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Bill O’Reilly Is Just So Mad At Stephen Colbert These Days

Despite just about everyone telling him that his plan to defeat ISIS using a vast mercenary army is really, really terrible, Bill O’Reilly is not backing down. (Surprised?)

On Monday, O’Reilly lashed out at frequent foe Stephen Colbert, who had devoted a segment to ridiculing his scheme.

Colbert, O’Reilly groused, was a “dumb” person with “no bleeping clue” (he actually said “bleeping”) about what to do in the Middle East — unlike O’Reilly, whose plan has the support of 70 percent of respondents in a poll on www.billoreilly.com.

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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Welcomed By Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey & Basically Everyone Else

For Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” inauguration, over a dozen A-list celebrities showed up to pay homage to the newly minted host. And pay homage they did, with each giving him $ 100 — the sum that Fallon’s friends wagered that he would never host “The Tonight Show.”

Apparently, he had quite a number of “friends” who made that bet.

Robert De Niro threw down a bill, followed by a parade of celebrities, including of Fallon’s former Weekend Update co-anchor Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Giuliani, Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Tyson, Lady Gaga and finally Fallon’s former Best Friend Forever For Six Months — and now timeslot rival — Stephen Colbert.

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Stephen Colbert Reveals His Role In ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug’

Fans of “The Colbert Report” know that Stephen Colbert is one of the most devoted and knowledgeable fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth. He geeked out about “The Lord of the Rings,” and has continued his fan obsession into the new “The Hobbit” trilogy. On “Late Show with David Letterman,” he revealed that he scored a role in “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.”

At first, Letterman didn’t believe Colbert’s claim that he was in the film. “I’m kind of the breakout star of ‘The Hobbit,’ Dave,” Colbert insisted. “I don’t want to tell anybody where I am, but I am in it.” He even encouraged Letterman to check out the IMDb page for the film if he didn’t believe him.

After some prodding, Colbert provided a few details of how it happened, as well as a tease where fans can look for him. “I and my wife and my two boys were invited down to New Zealand to play around with the folks in ‘The Hobbit’ by Peter Jackson,” he said. “We went down there, and we’re in a scene in Laketown. I don’t want to say where in the movie. It’s kind of a ‘Where’s Waldo?'”

Fans can look for Stephen Colbert and his family in “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” when the film opens nationwide on December 13. “The Colbert Report” airs Monday through Thursday at 11:30 p.m. EST on Comedy Central, while “Late Show with David Letterman” airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. EST on CBS.

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15 Things You Might Not Know About ‘The Colbert Report’

As part of the 2013 New York Comedy Festival, Stephen Colbert and 17 members of his writing and production staff offered a rare look behind the scenes of “The Colbert Report.” Here are 15 things we learned.

1. They’ve done over 1,200 episodes. And it’s a grueling process.

“We’re all going to die young,” Colbert joked after hearing co-Executive Producer Rich Dahm say they’ve done 1,273 shows as of that night (1,267 according to Wikipedia). And, after hearing Colbert and his staff walk through a day in the life of a “Report” writer, one can imagine why. Each writer begins his or her day by “cramming” the news for topical content and, after a series of pitch meetings, teams up with another writer to write scripts for the day’s selected ideas in just a couple of hours.

Colbert said he has to hear or say the writers’ pitches out loud because, “What’s funny on paper isn’t always funny in your mouth” (and yeah, the audience chuckled at that one).

“It’s like having to pee,” and “Feels like writing a term paper,” are a few of the ways the writers summed up the tight writing deadlines. After finishing scripts, the writers only have one hour to go over the entire half-hour episode in a “small, red, poorly ventilated room” with a ticking clock that “feels like a beating heart.”

The writers reminisced about how they used to do “The Word” on every show, often times writing it in the rewrite meeting at 3:00, right before air. “It was no way to live,” Colbert joked.

There was a consensus among the staff that despite the taxing schedule, having to “do it all again” the next day is more of a comfort than a curse. Even if they’re not happy with how an episode turned out, “There’s always another Kleenex in the box.”

2. The writers are predominantly white men. And Colbert doesn’t know why.

As each of Colbert’s writers took their seat on stage, it was hard to ignore the, as one audience member put it, “common denominator” among them. Colbert joked, “What, that we’re white? No, actually, some of us are Jewish.” But with the exception of Sam Kim and Meredith Scardino (the latter of whom received as much applause as Colbert upon taking the stage) the panel was a sea of white, male faces.

“I don’t know why that is. I don’t say ‘Bring me men,'” Colbert joked, adding that he doesn’t look at the name on writing packets so he won’t consider anything other than the writing when looking to hire someone.

3. Writing for Colbert (The Character) is “Like driving a truck backwards down the highway.”

Head writer Opus Moreschi said his job is to “Sit in a room full of incredibly talented, funny people and make sure they don’t have too much fun.” That said, jokes that make the room laugh aren’t used unless they fit Colbert The Character’s point of view, which is usually the inverse of what Colbert (or any logical person) feels. The writers’ main focus is the backwards emotional response Colbert The Character has to a news story. “Facts are not important,” Colbert said. Media figures and politicians are seen as “Good guys” and “Bad Guys” to him (“Are you helping America or are you part of the problem?”) and consistency of character is key. “You can’t break your own rules,” Colbert said.

Colbert The Character wants you to see the world in the ridiculous way that he does. It’s like he’s presenting a philosophical argument to the audience each and every night. So, how do they choose what does and doesn’t belong on the show? Anything fits as long as it’s important to Colbert The Character, which is why they’ve been able to do so many varied things like sponsor an Olympic speedskating team and run a political campaign. “Did I laugh? Then I don’t really care if you laugh,” Colbert said.

Although no topic is off limits, the writers have one rule: never punch down. Colbert “is really interested in high status people and low status people, and the dynamics between them,” writer Rob Dubbin explained, so one thing that doesn’t work is when the “victim” is the punchline.

4. He agrees with his character about 13.4 percent of the time.

One of the night’s best questions came from a 13-year-old (he had his mom step up to ask it) and it was, “What percentage of your character is actually you?”

“I sometimes agree with my character, and it’s really important that you don’t know when that is,” Colbert answered. “So I don’t know… 13.4 percent?”

But the more interesting answer came from Colbert’s reaction to a study done at the University of Ohio that asked liberals and conservatives with which political party they think Colbert identifies. He was amused when the conservative fans suggested he is actually a, “Conservative playing a liberal playing a conservative.”

“I’m happy with that answer,” Colbert said.

5. Satirizing the news everyday is cathartic, but can also be super depressing.

While they do not have a political axe to grind, the writers’ emotional reactions to politics does fuel a lot of the humor. On one hand they have the perfect outlet for their honest, visceral reactions toward politicians and media figures, but on the other, it’s hard to be angry all the time. One writer even had to leave the show because mocking the news had become too depressing for him. For Colbert, however, it’s actually very cathartic.

“It’s a release for me to dance while the world burns,” Colbert joked.

6. He’s not here to change minds.

How much does Colbert think about how he influences the young people who get all their news from he and Jon Stewart? As he demonstrated physically on stage, a big, ol’ donut. Zero. A.K.A., not at all.

“I’m not here to change minds. I’m here to confuse you in an amusing way,” Colbert said, going on to mock the idea that they’d put influence over comedy: “Hey, you know what, this script wasn’t funny, but I think it’s going to influence some voters. Good job, guys. We do work for Influence Central.”

7. They have to do about four ‘Intrusive Sponsorships’ per year, but they do it like no one else.

The way Colbert and his writers handle product placement on the show is all their own. “We want to hug the bear,” Colbert joked, referring to the glorious Wheat Thins “Sponsortunity” segment that was so much more than a simple “Brought to you by” credit (which is all the network requests). His decision to read the company’s ridiculous memo aloud on the air and blow the entire thing so hilariously out of proportion not only served the purpose of comedy, but even won the cracker brand a marketing award (yes, they loved it).

8. “Jimmy” is a real person.

When Colbert asks “Jimmy” to roll that clip, he’s referring to his real-life director Jim Hoskinson.

9. The guests in Colbert’s field segments “Have no idea what’s going on.”

Despite the fact that a staff member sends each guest featured in segments such as, “Better Know A District,” all the information they need including videos of previous interviews, they tend to take themselves so seriously that they don’t see the interview as comedy. Colbert admits, “I’m not Borat,” in that the interviewees know (or should know) what they are getting into when they meet him, but they often forget because they simply aren’t self-aware enough to see themselves as the subject of a joke. Not to mention, speaking with Colbert The Character is a bit of a whirlwind experience that often leaves the guest unaware of what just happened. Long story short, “The Colbert Report” has never had to rely on editing tricks to make people look stupid.

10. Colbert’s favorite recurring segment is…

“Cheating Death with Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, D.F.A.”

But, his favorite joke that didn’t make it to air was inspired by the infamous Daft Punk mishap. Before they canceled their appearance, the group had said they would appear on the show but not perform or speak. Colbert wrote a bit for he and the group’s manager to do where he’d ask how he knew it was really Daft Punk under the helmets if they wouldn’t perform. The manager would have said, “If it wasn’t Daft Punk, they’d be doing the show.”

One more joke that never made it to air: Head writer Opus thought Paul Ryan looked a lot like “that guy from the game Guess Who?” I’m not sure if he meant George or Bernard, but it’s a funny visual either way (R.I.P. 2012 election jokes).

11. Colbert has some very young fans (and does a great Henry Kissinger impression for them).

Another young fan, a 12-year-old, asked what has been the craziest segment they’ve ever done. Right away, Colbert cited the “Guitarmageddon” episode in which he faced off with The Decemberists’ Chris Funk in a guitar solo competition judged by Henry Kissinger and Eliot Spitzer. We’re not sure if the child asking the question even knows who Henry Kissinger is, but he seemed to enjoy Colbert’s impression of the former Secretary Of State rehearsing a joke that he wouldn’t say on air: “Where are my pancakes? I was promised pancakes.”

12. The record number of people under Colbert’s desk is…

About four. That doesn’t count, however, writers who have had to sit under the desk with live animals or buckets of chicken. There are trap doors underneath the desk that allow for so much stowing away.

13. The best part of the Maurice Sendak interview was actually a phone call before it was shot.

Colbert and the staff agreed that their 2012 interview with Maurice Sendak was one of the most memorable, in part because he was the only person who could really get Colbert The Character’s goat. But the highlight of their conversation might have occurred during a phone call before they shot the segment. At the beginning of the call, Sendak was fiddling with the phone, saying he couldn’t figure out which button to press, as Colbert patiently waited on the line. When Colbert told him “No rush,” Sendak simply replied: “I’m 83 years old. Death looms.”

“I think that might be the greatest phone call I’ve ever had in my life,” Colbert said. “I hope the interview that we did was as good as the 20 minutes I had with him over the phone, because I got off the phone and I said, I think that’s what humans are like… He really just didn’t care what people thought of him.”

14. He still takes cues from his old pal Amy Sedaris.

Have you ever noticed how Colbert doesn’t seem to know how to operate a calculator? That bit of physical humor stems all the way back from the pilot episode of “Strangers With Candy.” It was Amy’s idea to have Colbert smash the keys with his knuckles and he still does it to this day. He admitted that he likes to keep “Strangers” close to his heart, with his old co-star Paul Dinello currently serving on his writing staff.

15. The secret to getting a job as a writer on “The Colbert Report” is…

Write well. There is no other way.
Arts – The Huffington Post
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