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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert:
If ONLY he could have been in “The Queen’s Gambit.”
The price tag for President Biden’s pandemic rescue plan has a bipartisan group of Senators including Maine’s Angus King expressing concern, while Republican Senators like Marco Rubio have signaled they’ll vote for acquittal when the previous president’s impeachment trial begins in that chamber
The NFL playoffs are over, the lineup for Super Bowl LV is set, and it features a quarterback matchup fans are comparing to LeBron and Jordan facing off in the NBA Finals. The only thing more exciting than the upcoming game is the fact that Stephen Colbert will host “The Late Show: Super Bowl Edition” later that night, Sunday, February 7th, only on CBS!
Stephen launches his newest segment at a time when some of the world’s major problems are eclipsed by larger problems, and that’s a problem. Tonight on “Uh-Oh,” Stephen examines a troubling sign that water scarcity may be here to stay.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah:
Senator Chuck Schumer accidentally says “erection” instead of “insurrection,” GOP leaders avoid impeachment questions, and Donald Trump threatens to form his own political party.
Tom Brady heads to the Super Bowl (again), protests erupt across Russia in the wake of Alexei Navalny’s arrest, and the Biden administration imposes new COVID travel restrictions.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans signaling their intent to stonewall President Biden’s agenda and dismissing the need for an impeachment trial for former President Trump.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy makes his return to the studio after doing the show alone in his house for three weeks, Tom Brady is headed to his 10th Super Bowl despite being so OLD, Jimmy recounts his arduous experience trying to make vaccination appointments for his in-laws over the weekend and has ideas for how they can improve the system, Rudy Giuliani is being sued for $1.3 billion by the folks that make Dominion voting machines, Joe Biden’s dogs have officially moved into the White House, Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced her campaign for Governor of Arkansas, Jimmy’s wife Molly has a fashion dilemma, and Jimmy calls a family meeting to teach his youngest kids how to behave in the workplace.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden recaps the headlines after a cold and wet weekend in Los Angeles, including Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani being sued for $1.3B by Dominion Voting Systems after Giuliani’s relentless accusations against the company for its role in non-existant election rigging. And James looks at reports of more republican senators deciding it’s unlikely they vote to convict Donald Trump in his impeachment trial. And James recognizes the unusual way Burns Night is being celebrated this year.