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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
If you still can’t name any after this, you need to look within yourself.
The Wuhan Lab theory is back in the media spotlight, but don’t look for answers on cable news. Meanwhile in the Senate, Republicans look poised to block the Jan 6th commission and a leak about the outrageous hotel demands of rock star Senator Bernie Sanders lit up social media.
Quarantinewhile… Stephen loves the idea of Timothee Chalamet portraying Willy Wonka, but wonders if anyone cares about the character’s life before the chocolate factory.
When Sen. Ted Cruz defends the AR-15 in a Senate hearing, a deliveryman gives him a box of muscles so he can feel like a big strong man without a gun.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like accidentally saying a crocodile “smoked” a vape pen.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
It’s “Friends” reunion night in America and we welcome our one in person audience member of the week (Governor of California Gavin Newsom), Trump posted a Memorial Day message on his website, 34 million Americans are expected to hit the road this weekend, the Knicks won their first playoff game since 2013, Russell Westbrook had a bag of popcorn dumped on his head during a game, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp got stroked by Fox News for deciding to not take a hard stance in support of vaccines, and since MyPillow Mike Lindell got kicked out of a GOP conference for the Republican Governors Association we got in touch with him to share his side of the story.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the last show before Memorial Day Weekend and he wants to know what the gang is up to. After, we jump into the news about the back-and-forth about the 2022 federal budget a discussion breaks out about what is the superior pig-in-a-blanket.