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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
hey all took two shots of Moderna and they’re ready to party.
It’s time for another edition of everyone’s favorite criminal justice segment, A Late Show’s Seditionist Round-up Roundup. This week, Stephen looks at the cases of MAGA realtor Jenna Ryan, “moron” ex-boyfriend Richard Michetti, and former bartender Eric Munchel, each of whom now face jail time for their alleged participation in the deadly January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Quarantinewhile… It’s best to look away, and not think too much about what this image of a half-rotted yet still lifelike animatronic Chuck E. Cheese character says about our modern condition.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
America’s electrical grid is under threat from climate change, hackers and even rogue squirrels. If you don’t know, now you know.
Two strangers take in a stranded delivery driver in Texas, an Ohio bomb squad discovers newborn kittens in a suspicious bag, and an Australian sheep gets a long overdue haircut.
A woman on TikTok reveals her regrettable tattoo choice, and Desi Lydic shares some questionable tattoos of her own
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans continuing to rally around former President Donald Trump as he prepares to deliver his first speech since leaving office.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy apologizes for setting off Alexa in a lot of people’s houses after telling a story about pancakes, and since he has this newfound power, encourages everyone to try out an idea he has. Jimmy also talks about the common flu virtually disappearing, new mutations of the COVID virus spreading around the world and China developing an anal test, a school band in Washington practicing in individual tents, a shortage of monkeys to test the vaccine on, a major announcement from Hasbro about Mr. Potato Head, Marjorie Taylor Greene continuing her campaign as frontrunner for worst human of 2021 by working to defeat the “Equality Act,” Donald Trump’s tax returns being officially handed over to the Manhattan District Attorney, and This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
Now that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are settled into Southern California, James Corden thought it was time to show his friend Prince Harry the sights. From tea on an open top bus to visiting the “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” mansion, Prince Harry gets the tour he never dreamed of. Special thanks to Spartan for providing an incredible Spartan Race Obstacle Course to run. Learn more: spartan.com