It’s great that he’s on board, but we still have a long way to go.
And he’s got a couple of questions he wants to ask you about Beyoncé.
Also, it’s not soccer – it’s football.
“I just like being yelled at… it was so exciting!”
Late night stays white because it’s taken everything it needs from black pioneers like Arsenio Hall. Comedian W. Kamau Bell weighs in on why that matters.
“I wish she were here right now because if she was here right now, she would make a joke about how she just passed away — and she would get away with it because it would be really funny.”
“Beyond being a very talented man and a good friend and a gentleman, I am sorry, like everybody else, I had no idea that the man was in pain, that the man was suffering.”
Equal parts funny, sweet, and totally heartbreaking.
“If you don’t want to see it, don’t follow me on Instagram!”
Cleveland is the reason I’m cool.
And he reveals a top 10 list he submitted 17 years ago.
Comedy Central has an opportunity to change the late-night game where CBS opted for a safe choice. This is why hiring a woman or person of color would change the late-night landscape for the better.
Plus the secret that helped one celeb trainer lose 30 pounds without going to extremes, 21 pics of people being weirdos on public transportation, and 10 tips to avoid major moving mistakes.
“Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go grind a gap in my front teeth,” the Colbert Report host said.
Eric Garcetti asked the CEO of CBS to consider relocating The Late Show following news of David Letterman’s retirement.
In honor of his retirement in 2015.
UPDATE: After more than 20 years as host, Letterman said at Thursday’s taping that he is retiring in 2015.
Plus Amy Schumer on David Letterman, an alternate “How I Met Your Mother” ending, and a Georgia high school has its first integrated prom ever (!!!!).
“My goal is to just make you laugh so you go to sleep with a smile on your face.”
So like Spider-Man teams up with the cast of…Saturday Night Live? WTF?!
I think we all owe it to Bill Murray to let him star in NBC’s reboot.
In the style of a Ken Burns documentary, because why not. Also starring Vince Vaughn and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Most host-celebrity exchanges follow a pretty tight script. These did not.
Fulcer = fake ulcer, apparently. A TMI story ahead!
And OF COURSE, he was joking.
The gigantic cost of running an Emmy campaign, the biggest losers and more!
On Thursday night, Bill Murray graced the 20th anniversary episode of The Late Show with Dave Letterman — and to celebrate (or just because we felt like it) we rounded up the greatest Bill Murray moments of all time.
The legend donned the jumpsuit and cape to help David Letterman celebrate his 20th anniversary on The Late Show. Watch out, Michael Douglas.