Despite having some big shoes to fill with David Letterman’s departure, Stephen Colbert has successfully kept “The Late Show” a forum for smart adult entertainment.
If Shakespeare wasn’t Shakespeare, would it matter?
In the current media climate, sometimes you’ve got to get Trump-esque in order to get your voice heard.
What made Jon Stewart, and moreover The Daily Show, trustworthy and compelling to young adults?
This silly Throwback Thursday from The Daily Show of three of the funniest men alive had women fanning themselves and swooning… Are brains the biggest ignitor of female gaze?
James Halcomb says good-bye to two staples of his television viewing. The Late Late Show has said farewell to Craig Ferguson and Stephen Colbert has left Comedy Central.
If this is a small preview of what’s to come on The Late Show, then sign me up.
Does Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman mean that the networks are still afraid to diversify late night?
Reynard Faber, chief of the Jicarilla Apache Nation, speaks for himself.
Kenny Neal Shults wants to take “An un-serious look at a the serious subject of why we circumcise our kids with two short comic films that poke fun at American secular circumcision.”
Can George W. Bush’s presidency be redeemed? Greg Olear takes a closer look.
“Dr. Bill” Johnson II on institutionalized racism, and what it is—and isn’t—to be racist.
Sean Beaudoin compiles the dozen best people of the year—drawn from the avalanche of overall excellence we experienced as a culture. Also, their less impressive counterparts.
Talk show host Stephen Colbert donates almost $800,000 to Sandy relief, and others.
Iconic magazine still relevant as it makes fun of itself and sixty years of pop culture