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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Who knew Martians had such good rhythm
According to the experts at CNN, it’s perfectly normal to be feeling a little paranoid after 11 months of pandemic lockdown. So to whomever at NASA decided to embed secret messages inside the Mars rover’s parachute, you’re not helping! We have enough conspiracy theories flying around here on Earth.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
The FBI reportedly emailed Capitol police to warn them of possible violence ahead of the January 6 insurrection, Mike Pence says he still speaks to Trump, and the NYPD unveils a robot dog.
Why are vaccination rates for Black Americans falling behind white Americans? Here’s a look at the systemic inequalities that got us here and how churches are trying to help.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at some glimmers of hope on the horizon nearly one year after the COVID-19 pandemic radically changed our lives
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy talks about his kids Jane & Billy not wanting to eat the pancakes he made this morning and the battle that ensued, the new Amazon Echo Show Ten that swivels a screen in your direction wherever you go, the U.S. Postal Services new fleet of high-tech delivery trucks, a six-legged dog born in Oklahoma, Mike Pence patching things up with his former owner, Trump begging Facebook to take him back, “This Week in COVID History,” a list of phrases the Biden Administration is putting to rest, and we take to the street to see how many people can identity Vice President Kamala Harris’ husband and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the show very excited to have Stanley Tucci on the show, and after Ian Karmel finds his true calling as an ad man, show guitarist Tim Young levels the studio with the truth: if you shoot for the moon, you likely won’t land amongst the stars. And after looking at the headlines, including good news about a new COVID-19 vaccine and a new look for USPS trucks, James wonders what is happening on TikTok.