By Zach Buckner | May 15, 2013 at 1:35 pm | No comments | Audio/Video, TV/Movies | Tags: colbert report, Comedy Central, Maxim, stephen colbert
Who’s not honoring Stephen Colbert — and unfortunately everyone on the Laughspin staff and all of you reading this — now? I’m sorry to break the news to all of you, but none of us (including Colbert) made this year’s Maxim’s Hot 100. I know, I know, heartbreaking. But last night Colbert makes peace with it– sort of. Watch as he traverses through a...Read Full Story
Has anyone ever seen these two in the same place at the same time?
Just look at them!
Too Andy Kaufmanesque? Let's try a less weird theory...
Perhaps Colbert is just Koch's long lost son.
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In his ThreatDown segment, Stephen Colbert warns of the creeping epidemic of gay marriage, which has just taken over Delaware, Rhode Island, and France (and now, of course, Minnesota).
Other things to be concerned about: over-the-internet Viagra, and jet fuel-sniffing bears.
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Wednesday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert discussed a recent report by the United Nations that said humans will be turning to bugs as a source of food in the future.
People who watch the show each night, Colbert said, will know that he is “un-fond” of the United Nations. The relief organization, he explained is “hell-bent on taking our guns and making us speak Esperanto.”
And now, he said, “The U.N. bullies want to make us eat a bug.”
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Twitter handles are hard to come by these days, which may be why former President Bill Clinton has avoided the social messaging site. If you can't have something dignified with @PresidentClinton, @BillClinton, or @WilliamJeffersonClinton, what's the point, right?Luckily, Stephen Colbert found a Twitter handle our 42nd president can be proud of:And if that wasn't enough, Colbert forced Clinton to come up with his first tweet on-air. Now, it's the only post on the account, but for a while there...Read Full Story
Colbert is a deadpan comedian and former cast member on The Daily Show. He is also the star of The Colbert Report. Stephen Colbert has been in the news recently because of a controversial appearance at the 2006 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, and because he was banned from Wikipedia.