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Stephen Colbert Gives A Friendly Reminder About An Offer He Made Trump On 'The Colbert Report'

Monday was the night of lava-hot reactions to Donald Trump’s infomercial from Friday that included his “major” revelation on birtherism. If there was a topic that was going to set people off, it seems that the long-running rumors about President Obama’s birth would be the issue. 204 more words

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Talk about politics and brain damage!

I would like to thank Stephen Colbert for reminding me of this turn-of-the-century video:

Since the mango tango combover and former mayor bald spot are encouraging people to go on the Internet for proof that Hillary Clinton is too frail to be president, it’s only fair for others to encourage people to go on the Internet for proof that these guys shouldn’t be within a five Zip code range of the White House. 46 more words

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Glenn Eichler & Nick Bertozzi--Stuffed! (2009)

SOUNDTRACK: BIO RITMO-Tiny Desk Concert #392 (September 29, 2014).

Bio Ritmo is a nine-piece band that has played salsa music for 23 years (as of 2014).  905 more words

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Saying goodbye to The Nightly Show 

Larry Wilmore’s Comedy Central talk show might not have found a lot of viewers. It might’ve been a bit odd; a meandering change of pace compared to the quick zingers that flew from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report for all those years. 407 more words

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Comedy Central cancels "The Nightly Show"

After a year and a half of not-so-great ratings, Comedy Central has announced the cancellation of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. The show will end this Thursday. 221 more words

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Notable Spin Off Shows

Spin Off shows get a bad rep. A lot of us remember the failures, and have decided that it’s a format that simply doesn’t work. While spin offs can be formulaic- or just plain bad- there are a number of really great ones out there. 705 more words

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How Stephen Colbert came back to life, thanks to live television and spectacle politics

This year, the political conventions pulled off an amazing feat: they rebooted a familiar figure, someone who spent years in the public eye going through chameleon-like shifts, and who emerged from the quadrennial partisan ritual reintroduced and reinvigorated. 1,055 more words

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