12:03 pm, February 18th | by Kady Ruth Ashcraft
In the immortal words of Stephen Colbert: “Welcome to 11:30, bitch!”
11:39 am, February 5th | by Kady Ruth Ashcraft
The radical feminist Russian punk band stopped by The Colbert Report.
2:47 pm, January 27th | by Colette McIntyre
No word yet on whether she sent an apology text to Kendrick Lamar.
1:45 pm, June 20th | by Colette McIntyre
Pull down the shades, dim the lights, and break out the tissues because this clip is a doozy.
6:30 pm, January 25th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, I recognize that while I’ve been on some bad online dates (a guy once brought me to the restaurant his ex-girlfriend worked at because he wanted her to see us), they pale in comparison to Mary Kay Beckman’s experience: the 50-year-old’s date, Wade Ridley, broke into her house and tried to kill her. Beckman is now suing Match.com for $10 million.
10:00 am, June 20th | by Amy Tennery
If it’s possible, Stephen Colbert may be even more excited about Ann Romney’s Olympic dressage horse than we are.
11:15 am, May 1st | by Amy Tennery
What is it about Diane Keaton that makes me think she’d be a great drinking buddy?
2:29 pm, May 12th | by Amy Tennery
Political Action Committees can be a tricky business for television pundits. PACs, a fancy term for a group of people who spend more than a thousand bucks in support of a political cause or election, have generally been something of a no-no for people who get to talk on camera. That is, until the rise of the Super PAC, which I’m embarrassed to admit I briefly thought was a made up term when Stephen Colbert said it on last night’s show. See these Super PACs, which first entered the political arena last year, allow a news exemption for people like Colbert (and, as this video shows, Fox News pundits) to avoid the wrath of their parent networks (among other things).
Unfortunately, Colbert didn’t think of this until last night and was sent a scathing letter from Sumner Redstone’s henchmen over at Viacom.