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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Wonder Woman may just switch sides.
New York and California announced the end of virtually all pandemic restrictions after both states achieved 70% vaccination, while businesses nationwide continue to drop performative sanitation measures like excessive disinfecting of surfaces
Meanwhile… Everyone’s favorite pre-pandemic segment is back! Let’s hope we never need another edition of Stephen Colbert’s “Meanwhile” sub-segment, “Quarantinewhile.”
Marjorie Taylor Greene tried to show remorse for comparing mask mandates to the policies of Nazi Germany by visiting the Holocaust Museum, but her microphone is not convinced.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
The Girl Scouts have 15 million unsold boxes of cookies because of the pandemic, and the Tokyo Olympics wants athletes to wait to use their official Olympic condoms until they get home
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Late Night writers Matt Goldich and Sal Gentile interrupt Seth to provide new perspectives to the show.
Seth reminisces about a simpler – albeit recent – time when Jeff Bezos wasn’t going to space.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
California is open for business, the Dodgers hosted their first full capacity game and fans at Wrigley Field are back to creating “beer snakes,” Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene did something unusual and apologized for her Holocaust comments after a visit to the museum in Washington D.C., Melania was absent from Donald’s 75th birthday, Batman was trending after reports that a sex scene got axed from an upcoming season of “Harley Quinn,” and in honor of the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo we took to the street and asked people to give their thoughts on something that hasn’t even happened yet in a new “Lie Witness News.”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
As COVID-19 statistics improve thanks to vaccination efforts, Ariana Grande, Marissa Jaret Winokur and James Corden celebrate the end of mass lockdowns in this “Good Morning Baltimore” parody from “Hairspray.”
James kicks off the show some with tough questions for CBS Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming (West Coast) Nick Bernstein about why we’re all in masks and staying socially distant when the state of California has opened up and Stephen Colbert is now recording in front of a full studio audience. What gives, Nick?! And are we all excited for the Biden-Putin meeting?