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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
They’ll never take… our tickets… TO CANCUN!!!
CPAC Worships A Golden Idol While Gov. Cuomo Faces Calls To Resign
Description: It was a big weekend for politicians on both sides of the aisle, as the former president spoke to a gathering of ultra-conservative Republicans in Florida and New York’s governor Andrew Cuomo faced calls for his resignation after two former staffers leveled allegations of sexual harassment against him.
If you feel like sucking down a cold healthy brew, Stephen Colbert takes a look at several new beers that should appeal to the active drinker.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
No one at CPAC wants to wear a mask, Ted Cruz screams “freedom,” a golden statue of Trump is on display, and Trump is back on his bulls**t.
The Golden Globes calls out the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the lack of Black members, another aide accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, President Biden bombs Syria, and the U.S. won’t punish the Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi’s death
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at former President Donald Trump making his first post-presidency public appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he and his fellow Republicans continued to repeat their deranged lies.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy talks about the mysterious creature known as Donald Trump returning to the stage for CPAC this weekend to talk about Biden’s first month in office and tease a potential 2024 run, the crazy merchandise sold for the event, all the laughs everyone there had, newscasters once again can’t believe that we’ve started a new month, Jodie Foster thanking Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in her Golden Globes acceptance speech, Cousin Sal winning his first award, the end of Black History Month, and we give “The Bachelor: Women Tell All” the toddler treatment.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
After Gen Z declared the side part a thing of the past, a brutal blow for the ancient Millennials limping amongst us, James decides The Late Late Show is adopting the middle part. We’re all Gen Z at The Late Late Show now.
James Corden kicks off the show with a pledge to go all-in to celebrate both of Ian Karmel’s parents’ birthdays this week. And James catches up on the headlines, including Donald Trump taking the stage at CPAC and beginning with a line usually reserved for movie villains. After, James, Ian and Reggie Watts tackle the French accent and James longs to bring the show to Australia.