“The Celebrity Apprentice puts the defibrillator paddles to Donald Trump's dying reality franchise.” —Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 2007
Thank you, Colbert Report archives. **kisses fingers**
They both appeared in the first of a special series of live episodes of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night.
It's the first time he's reprised the character of "Stephen Colbert" since The Colbert Report.
Colbert is the truest American hero.
The Colbert Report will broadcast for the last time on December 18th. And it will be greatly missed.
"So she's tight with the Prime Minister of Tanzania. Well, I happen to be e-mail pen pals with the Prince of Nigeria."
"Almost nine years ago I promised to change the world, and together, I did it."
The Colbert Report is on a week's hiatus, but Colbert Nation has been posting supercuts to keep fans satiated. Via uproxx.com.
JGL dropped some absolute truth on The Colbert Report. And there's proof.
In response to Daft Punk canceling their appearance on the The Colbert Report, Colbert got Hugh Laurie, Bryan Cranston, Jeff Bridges and so, so many more to participate in this beautiful dance montage.
After a week off the air, the Comedy Central star began his show with a stirring remembrance of his mom, Lorna Colbert, who died at the age of 92 last week.
I wonder what Brad Paisley and LL Cool J think of "Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe"?
After almost a month of not mentioning his sister's bid for Tim Scott's House seat in South Carolina, the Colbert Report host unleashes the "Colbert Bump."
The NFL's most outspoken punter...uh...speaks out.
Can this be a real show?
Check out some of Stephen's best musical guests and get ready for Colbchella '012!
In regards to his number on the list, 69, Colbert responded, "That is hot! ...As long as the 6 and the 9 got married first."
Kermit visits Stephen Colbert to try to discuss upcoming Republic Southern primaries. Kermit channels his former reporter career on Sesame Street and does some political analysis.
Stephen Colbert finds nothing inconsistent about Herman Cain endorsing The People, Gingrich, and everyone in between.
Hot on the heels of Herman Cain's strangest campaign ad, Stephen Colbert offers some (very similar) homages of his own. Then he challenges Cain to a slow smile contest.
Stephen Colbert pays a sincere tribute to Steve Jobs by reliving his history of begging for (and receiving) Apple products.
After Hank Williams Jr. compared Obama to Hitler, both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert find appropriate replacements for his iconic "Are You Ready For Some Football?" Monday Night theme song.
After he performed a track from his new album on The Colbert Report, Jeff Bridges gave Stephen Colbert an exclusive audition for Summer's Eve. (via Gotcha Media)
If anyone can teach Jack White how to hawk yogurt, it's Stephen Colbert.
Keith Olbermann appeared on The Colbert Report for some good-natured sparring with Stephen, verbally jousting over Olbermann's reboot of Countdown on Current TV. And Stephen isn't wearing any pants. Because.
A subliminal anarcho-Easter Egg from The Colbert Report. PH for Phendetta.
46 years of pure red-blooded American spirit, distilled into one man.
Stephen Colbert recommended the Republicans rebrand themselves with a new logo - the cockroach (or as Tony from Scarface would say, "Cock-a-roach").
Create your very own Steven Colbert "ThreatDown!" with this handy generator.
Let the Colbert Report writers whisk you away on a magical journey of forbidden vampire love, in this clever little spoof of True Blood and Twilight.
The mock conservative says he endorses Obama, but that doesn't mean he'll vote for him.