It’s only Tuesday and it feel like a month. With the brouhaha over the Squatter’s latest criminal threats to the Georgia Secretary of State, the double Senate run-off with control of that body on the line and rumors of violence by MAGAts for delusions too many to enumerate, we need a laugh as we wait for the election results in Georgia. Our Late Night host have returned from Winter vacation to keep our spirits up.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert opened with a parody song.
In his now-infamous call with Georgia election officials, the president went for the high notes to make his case.
Of course Stephen’s first monologue after his vacation focused on the Squatter’s weekend phone call.
We welcome back Late Night with Seth Meyers who takes a Closer Look at the purpose of that infamous phone call.
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump trying his hardest to get impeached again and prosecuted after he pressured the Georgia secretary of state to overturn election results.
On a serious note, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah gives us primer on mental health in the Black community.
Why does the Black community have limited access to mental health resources? And why isn’t therapy more like Black church? If you don’t know, now you know.
Jimmy Kimmel Live based in Los Angeles where the CoVid-19 pandemic has once again spiked forcing everyone to hunker down at home.
Jimmy talks about doing the show at his house again due to the virus taking up permanent residence in Los Angeles, the New Year’s Eve bash at Mar-A-Lago with Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani & Vanilla Ice, Donald Trump’s pathetic phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State, a new show on NBC starring our dear misleader, the premiere episode of “The Bachelor,” and Jimmy’s wife Molly gives her Bachelor picks with help from their six-year-old daughter Jane.
As with Jimmy, The Late Late Show with James Corden is based in LA which has James, once again, doing his show from his garage.
James Corden kicks off 2021 back in his garage as a safety precaution with COVID-19 cases surging in Los Angeles and he dives into the recording of President Donald Trump and Georgia election officials, in which Trump pressures them to change the outcome of the election. And James finds his limit with the inclusion of “Amen and A woman” at the end of an opening prayer to swear in the new Congress.