Tags » John Oliver

Progressive's Babyman: What Do You Think?

Progressive’s “Babyman” rides in the shopping cart seat, knocks boxes off grocery store shelves, spills candy everywhere, drinks milk straight out of the carton, and is in daycare despite being an adult. 74 more words

Week 11

—Watch this segment about online journalism from John Oliver
–Make your blog beautiful!
–Bring camera, video recording device, connection cords and headphones to class Tuesday Nov. 72 more words


John Oliver Probes Shady Past Of Donald Trump's Acting Attorney General Pick

After recapping a “whirlwind” week that included mass shooting and wildfires in California, CNN’s Jim Acosta being banned from the White House, and Trump skipping a commemoration for World War I soldiers because it was raining, John Oliver spent some time looking at Trump’s reax to the midterm elections. 706 more words

Breaking News

Late-Night Hosts Keep Tackling Their Own Parent Companies. Good. (Column)

Typically, a tossed off joke about how slow an internet provider is wouldn’t make much of a ripple. But when “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver used that punchline on Sunday, he wasn’t just poking fun at AT&T; he was taking the company to task, fully knowing that AT&T’s merger with HBO means he was speaking out against his parent company. 634 more words


Two Quick Things

Hello, people. Thank you, thank you, no, you can stop clapping. I’m only writing the most influential television column probably ever. Anyway, today’s TV column is technically not about TV: I’m gonna talk about two Netflix shows. 423 more words


John Oliver Blasts HBO Boss AT&T's Support of "White Nationalist" Steve King; Rips NBC's Megyn Kelly Mess

John Oliver on HBO’s Last Week Tonight gleefully pummeled HBO’s parent company AT&T over its prior support of controversial Iowa Rep. Steve King, and mocked NBC’s handling of former… 572 more words

Breaking News

Consequences of a Brexit

Here at 8:48, Oliver makes a good point that a Brexit could result in a higher tension between the North and Republic of Ireland.

John Oliver