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Stephen Colbert has made it clear that when he takes over The Late Show from David Letterman next year, it will be himself, not Stephen Colbert , sitting behind the desk. In an interview with The New York Times , Mr. Colbert , 49, said he would not
V When Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert was announced as the replacement for David Letterman on CBS' Late Night, progressives celebrated while conservatives retched. But few questioned the assumption that a white male would succeed Letterman. The
Gearing up to pass the baton, Stephen Colbert will appear on the "Late Show with David Letterman " on Tuesday (April 22). The "Colbert Report" host isn't taking over until next year and this will give Dave's audience a taste of what's to come.
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly appeared on ABC's The View on Wednesday April 16 and had some harsh words for incoming CBS late night host Stephen Colbert. O'Reilly began his analysis by arguing that Colbert is More than a comedian. He's a mouthpiece for
I feel like I'm in some weird post-apocalyptic world after waking up to snow on the ground...Stephen Colbert will appear on Letterman next week. - Don't forget Record Store Day is Saturday. - Nominees for the Eisner Awards (aka "the Oscars of comics")
Before getting selected as David Letterman 's Late Show replacement, Stephen Colbert was called an "ideological fanatical" and a "deceiver" by Bill!...Now, Bill has since calmed down his rhetoric and called Stephen an "interesting choice," but has
Strahan pays visit to GMA co-workers Michael Strahan has made good on reports that he's joining Good Morning America by paying a visit to the ABC breakfast show Tuesday...The network said Tuesday that Colbert will be a guest on Late Show with
Lifetime has released a new teaser for its docu-series "True Tori," starring Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, and it's a far cry from their previous show "Tori and Dean." Netflix finally has given a Season 2 premiere date to its original series "
Days after labeling comedian Stephen Colbert a "darling of the far left" and "ideological fanatic," on Monday, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly again called out the David Letterman replacement: "Colbert has built an entire career on pleasing the left. And
One of the tender mercies of Stephen Colbert's ascension to the "Late Show" set at CBS is his shedding of the faux-conservative "high-status idiot" character. To conservatives, this "Colbert" has never seemed authentic or sustained cleverness -- how