Late Night Today is for our readers who can’t stay awake to watch the shows. Everyone deserves a good laugh.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Dr. Fauci if you’re reading this, get in touch with Bane.
Republicans from Washington D.C. to Maricopa County to the ranks of retired military leaders would like Americans to forget about the insurrection on January 6th, and focus instead on a tired list of debunked election conspiracy theories
Quarantinewhile… Scientists successfully used artificial insemination to bring 97 baby sharks to life.
Huge Dumbass Detective backs up Sen. Tom Cotton’s wild speculation that the Associated Press may have colluded with Hamas.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Restaurants struggle to re-staff post-pandemic, and while Republican pundits posit that more generous unemployment benefits are to blame, workers are taking a stand and demanding jobs that provide more than just enough pay – or often not enough pay – to make ends meet.
Roy Wood Jr. looks at Black labor unions and the leaders who spearheaded the movements: A. Philip Randolph, Dorothy Bolden, Hattie Canty and Curt Flood.
Police unions shift their stance on protecting errant officers, Andrew Giuliani is running for governor of New York, and people are giving up pets they got during the pandemic.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
There are some jokes that just sound wrong coming from Seth, like the one about New York’s oldest lesbian bar undergoing
What Are We Even Allowed to Talk About Now?
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The state of California is not planning to lift the mask mandate until June 15th, people have forgotten how to drive during the pandemic, a new vaccination pop up site is opening this week in Las Vegas, a new line of lunacy from the anti-vax nation called “the magnet challenge” is making waves on social media with claims that people got vaccinated and their arm now has magnetic properties, Andrew Giuliani (son of Rudy Giuliani) is running for Governor of New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio showed up for a press conference dressed in Brooklyn Nets apparel, Twitter is exploring the possibility of offering a subscription service, Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy MGM, one of our writers shows off some strange items he bought to make sure they’re tax deductible, and we head out to Hollywood Blvd for a round of “On the Money!”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the show and can’t help but notice a low energy in the room: is it the hangover from former president Barack Obama’s appearance, or is it because the big network brass gave us a stern talking to? And after James looks at President Joe Biden’s joyride in an EV truck, he wonders what we should do first once California’s mask restrictions are lifted.