There were two main stories that dominated the late night shows this week: Mitt Romney's choice of Paul Ryan to be, in his words, "the next President ...
Why Stop Now boasts such a diverse cast of recognizable faces that you have to wonder where it all went wrong.
Have you ever even heard of Why Stop Now? There are three decent names above the title and I had no awareness of it until browsing the On Demand menu.
Mitt Romney launched his major general election ad campaign this week and the late night hosts (minus the still on vacation Stewart and Colbert) were there to brutally make fun of him.
Ravi's Twitter posts, webcam spying, and homophobic attitude were stigmatizing, and it is possible that these pushed Clementi to a tipping point. But Clementi's suicide did not happen in a bubble with only him and Ravi; it took place in a society in which homophobia is still rampant.
Jeremy Lin is much more than a fortune cookie. Treat him as such.
The first week of 2012 was all about Iowa. Mitt Romney's barely-a-victory over Rick Santorum drove the news cycle for days, while the candidates and m...
2011 was a huge year for comedy. That statement is only true if you focus on the exception, Louis C.K. and not the rule, Ricky Gervais.
Last night's SNL wasn't listed as an official reunion show of the 2002-2003 season, but, yeah, that was a reunion show.
While I applaud Issa Rae's individuality and dedication to Awkward Black Girl, the phenomenon she fought so diligently to create, she may be slightly confused on what being "politically correct" means.
This week, the New York Comedy Festival takes over NYC with everything from small shows in the back of Brooklyn bars to headlining double-header sets at large theaters.
This week's news provided ample material for the late night shows. Below are my favorite late night clips of the week. What were yours?
This week Rick Perry found himself in a battle with Hank Williams Jr. for who could be more bizarrely offensive. Then came the prolonged ending of Ch...
The tragic reality is that some parents actually react like Tracy promised he would -- by physically hurting, threatening and even trying to kill children they merely think might be gay.
The real problem is that Morgan's diatribe distilled into one vile outburst every fear, frustration and challenge facing LGBT Americans today. He unleashed the homophobic id.
Tracy Morgan made a comment within the context of his stand-up routine for an audience which paid to see him. Now we have a slew of groups who never should have heard the joke anyway up in arms about it.