This is a round up of the previous night’s late night talk show host’s opening monologues and highlight segments, because we need a good laugh to get through the rest of the day.
In his Quarantinewhile segment, Stephen Colbert chats with Jon Baptiste and examines the other news.
New Yorkers Have Two Famous Owls To Obsess Over
Amber Ruffin discusses handling those obnoxious relatives that show up to mess with your holiday spirit
Why You Don’t Need to Be Nice to Your Racist Uncle
ver since the election, there’s been a lot of talk in the media, online, and maybe even in your white family’s group chat about how now is a time to reach out to Republicans who are upset about the election. About how it’s important to build bridges to Trump supporters, and to find common ground with them. And Amber just wanted to let each and every person out there know that you 100%, absolutely do not have to do that. In all honesty, she would suggest you don’t.
Jimmy Kimmel Live takes a humorous look at the Squatter-in-Chief’s day, Rudy Guiliani’s bizarre new conference and chats with the guy in charge of the future Trump Library.
Trump & Giuliani’s Vomitous Attack on Democracy
Day 16 of #Squattergate is upon us, and Trump has no public events on his schedule again as he attempts to steal the election he claims has been stolen from him, asserts that the Republican Secretary of State from Georgia is obstructing after not overturning Biden’s win, Rudy Giuliani gave another doozy of a press conference, and Jimmy chats with the man in charge of designing Trump’s “Libary,” Scott McDougall
In his last opening monologue for this season, Bill Maher has a new label for this time in our history.
2020: The F**kening | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)