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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
It is absolutely the hottest ticket in town.
Stephen Colbert watched every minute of President Biden’s address to Congress tonight, so in case you forgot to tune in, here’s everything that happened plus an update on the legal troubles facing former presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani
Quarantinewhile… Stephen and Evie Colbert don’t like to brag, but there’s a lot for the executive producers of “In & Of Itself” to be proud of, including the film’s perfect rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
After President George W. Bush’s 2002 joint address warning about an “axis of evil”, a talent booker invites him on network TV 19 years later to rehabilitate his image.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Fox News stirs outrage about President Biden threatening American’s red meat consumption and Vice President Kamala Harris’s children’s book being handed out at the border, and Biden wears a mask while on a Zoom call
Health officials in the United States are coming up with creative ways to convince hesitant Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine.
“Paddington 2” beats out “Citizen Kane” for greatest film of all time, the FBI raids Rudy Giuliani’s office, a woman was charged with a felony for not returning a VHS tape, and a Japanese man is arrested for simultaneously dating 35 women to get more birthday gifts.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
,center>Rudy Giuliani’s Apartment Raided by Federal Agents
Seth takes a closer look at one of the signature scams of the Trump era falling apart and revealing the GOP’s brand of pro-worker populism is a giant fraud.
Ari Melber talks about the FBI raid of Rudy Giuliani’s home, explains how the White House has changed under the Biden administration and shares his thoughts on the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The Feds raided the New York City apartment and office of Rudy Giuliani, President Biden gave his first address to Congress and it was much different than Trump’s last address, we celebrated “Ed Balls Day” on Twitter, an elected official in Orange County questioned whether there is a tracking device in the vaccine, and Jimmy chats with prominent conspiracy theorist/pillow salesman Mike Lindell (James Adomian).
,center>Jimmy Kimmel’s Interview with Mike Lindell
Mike talks about recovering from his addiction to crack and gambling, not getting vaccinated, going into hiding after getting many threats, coming to our show in 2014, Rudy Giuliani’s apartment being raided, meeting with Donald Trump in 2016 and being photographed with papers that said “Martial Law,” and Jimmy pushes him on his Dominion Voting Systems conspiracy, donating $50,000 to help bail out Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse, and the interview is interrupted by the other Mike Lindell (James Adomian).
The Late Late Show with James Corden
The night kicks off with some big energy and James debates which music talent competition franchise is superior: American Idol or The Voice. After, James gets into the headlines including a raid of Rudy Giuliani’s home and office, and Randy Quaid flirting with a run for California governor.