You probably didn't realize you needed to watch Stephen Colbert dance to the entirety of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky,' but you do. It certainly doesn't hurt that some of his friends show up, especially when his friends include Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Bryan Cranston.
Last week, Stephen Colbert's mother passed away. On last night's episode of 'The Colbert Report,' the host offered a loving tribute to her in a rare out-of-character moment. You will probably need tissues. There is a strong chance that you will cry...
Thanks to YouTube, commencement addresses are no longer just for the assembled graduates.
Stephen Colbert delivered the keynote speech at the University of Virginia's graduation ceremony on Saturday, and the Comedy Central star's blunt and self-effacing words have quickly gone viral.
Okay, then. It's settled. James Franco is a fraud. Sure, he was joking when he admitted it on 'The Colbert Report,' but ... was he?
Also, Stephen Colbert is probably unbeatable in a challenge of Tolkein trivia. Bonus: game of "Marry, Hit That, Throw a Pail of Water on Her...
Superstar and all around super guy Stephen Colbert is also a super nerd when it comes to the fantasy works of J.R.R. Tolkien. He doesn't just love 'The Lord of the Rings' books. He's a walking almanac of the series.
So it's probably no surprise to the "Colbert Nation" that Comedy Central's 'The Colbert Report' will dedicate an entire week of shows to 'The Hobbit,' the new movie based on
And now a lighthearted moment from Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert -- no politics, no poking fun, not even any satire. Just two dudes playing the best round of the Alphabet game we've probably ever seen. With the exception of 'X,' but 'X' doesn't count...
The members of the US women's gymnastics team have become huge celebrities, thanks to their gold-winning performance at the Olympics. But they're still teenagers, which means it's time for them to get summer internships. (After all, you can only pad your resume so much with Olympic medals.)
Most vegetarians are just people who don't eat meat. Sometimes it's a medical concern, sometimes they're just grossed out by slaughterhouses, sometimes it's a religious requirement.
Then there are the vegetarians that make these vegetarians wince, the ones who are all about vegetarianism because they want to tell you how much better they are than you.
The ones Stephen Colbert is sticking it to
One of the last media appearances legendary author and illustrator Maurice Sendak did was a two-part interview with faux-talk show host Stephen Colbert.
During their discussion, Colbert read Sendak some of a children's book he was working on. "The sad thing is, I liked it," Sendak had admitted, in his delightfully curmudgeonly way.
Bob Lutz is the former Vice Chairman at General Motors, and probably the man most associated with the automotive giant. At 80, Lutz no longer has an official role at GM, but he remains a vocal advocate for the company. So during his appearance on 'The Colbert Report,' he discussed topics relating to GM, such as the auto bailout and the eco-friendly Chevy Volt. It was all fairly uneventful-- until
We don't often get into politics here on theFW, mostly because those guys don't need us to make fun of them; they do a great job of that on their own. That, however, will not stop Stephen Colbert from asking everybody on his show about the current political situation. Even if they're Kermit the Frog.