• Stephen Colbert on House of Cards, Reprises ‘Stephen Colbert’ Character

    [Warning: season 3 spoilers ahead] With the premiere of its third season on February 27, Netflix’s uber-popular original series House of Cards has likely been responsible for more than a few sleepless weekends. To all you blurry-eyed binge-watchers out there, we feel compelled to let you know that, no, you weren’t hallucinating: that really was Stephen Colbert grilling President Underwood in the first episode, and yes, he was doing the

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    Stephen Colbert says the Pope is living a Batman secret life (Video)

    Is Pope Francis living a secret life at night? Stephen Colbert pondered the reports that the high pontiff sneaks out at night to help the homeless on last night’s Colbert Report. Holy smokes! It’s BatPope! “It all makes so much sense now! He’s just like Bruce Wayne: he’s a wealthy bachelor who lives alone in a giant mansion!” See below how Colbert fits the other pieces of the puzzle together

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    Stephen Colbert’s new board game explains the government shutdown (Video)

    If you’re frustrated because you still don’t understand how the government shutdown works, there is finally a simple explanation offered from none other than serious political expert Stephen Colbert. The right-wing fake-news pundit has released a board game that explains the situation happening in Washington. Check out the video below and keep your eyes out for the “Not A Game: The Government Shutdown Home Game” at a Toys R’ Us

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    Stephen Colbert calls out Fox News for ‘singing like a canary’ (Video)

    Every right-wing pundit on television is shocked, disturbed, and enraged that Boston bomber, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, has finally been read his rights. According to Fox News anchors (no really, like every anchor on that program), Dzhokar was “singing like a canary” before the big, bad judge strolled in with his gavel and the Constitution and read Tsarnaev his rights. That was pretty fucked up by the judge, wouldn’t you say? Treating

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    The Laughspin interview with Lizz Winstead

    If Jon Stewart could be called the Ben Franklin of modern American satire, Lizz Winstead is certainly its Betsy Ross. Okay, sure, it’s been a little while here since ninth grade Civics class, but see if you can’t follow the logic train: while Stewart may be responsible for ushering in a new era of brilliantly barbed politic-wit – at this point, he’s probably dropped enough knowledge to fill several more

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    Michelle Obama talks Joining Forces on The Colbert Report

    Last night, the First Lady herself, Michelle Obama appeared on The Colbert Report to bring awareness to Joining Forces, the national initiative she and Jill Biden (the Second Lady; is that a thing?) started a year ago. The organization helps returning soldiers transition into the private sector workforce. “These people are bringing in skills that would help the bottom line for companies,” Obama told Stephen Colbert. The interview itself was

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    Stephen Colbert announces Super PAC television commercial; will be “chock-full of messages”

    If you’re not a member of Stephen Colbert’s Super PAC, you best fix that now. The organization recently fired off the first newsletter to all members who are “the heroes with the balls” to join up and fight the good fight. What’s the PAC up to? According to the newsletter, they’ll be releasing their very first television commercial, a 30-second spot “chock-full of other messages” beyond the message that his

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