Stephen Colbert

  1. Entertainment

    Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Crash Conan O’Brien’s Show, Get Shot by Andy Richter

    As many know, Conan O'Brien is finishing up his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour before his fall stint on TBS starts up.  Last night, he swung through his hometown, New York City, to play a night on the NBC campus, presumably just to tell them they can suck it one last time.

    Well, New York happens to be the home of a couple of other pretty funny guys, and they put in a "shockingly under-rehearsed" appearance. Blurry video below (it fares better in 480p and full screen).

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  2. Entertainment

    Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert Sign Through 2012 At Comedy Central

    Things you will still be able to count on, for at least a few more years anyway: death, taxes, and The Daily Show covering a presidential election.

    After a fairly tumultuous first half of 2010 in the late night world, one short week after Conan O’Brien announced he will be taking the helm of a cable late night show, Comedy Central’s parent MTV Networks made a move to secure its highest profile talent for another few years. Both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will continue hosting their current shows through 2012.

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  3. Entertainment

    The Onion Coming to Comedy Central with Sports Show

    Potentially good news for sports and comedy fanatics: Comedy Central just announced they're picking up the pilot for The Onion Sports Network for a ten-episode run. The series is named after, and based on, the sports section of fake news pioneer The Onion.

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  4. Entertainment

    Stephen Colbert Gets Serious with WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

    Last night Stephen Colbert interviewed Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, which the other week published video of the US military killing 12 individuals in Iraq, two of whom were later revealed to be staff members of the Reuters.

    After a sort of jokey opening in which he had his face pixelated and voice altered, Colbert got down to business:

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  5. Entertainment

    An Invitation: Go Forth and Geek up Time’s ‘Most Influential People of 2010′ Poll

    When someone puts a general poll on the internet, we get Lara Croft Way and Computer Engineer Barbie; in other words, wonderful things happen. In this spirit, we'd like to give you some links to the more than 2 dozen geeky and geek beloved people on this year's list of 200 vying for a spot in an issue of Time through open internet poll. If it's going to be mostly unscientific anyway, let's tilt it in our favor!

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  6. Tech

    Stephen Colbert Uses iPad As A Vegetable Chopper

    Amidst the breathless hype surrounding Apple's latest next big thing - the iPad - one recalls the breathless promotions from yesteryear, specifically Ron Popeil's various life changing products. People of a certain age are sure to recall the phrase "It slices, it dices, it even makes julienne potatoes." Well, on last night's Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert made that very comparison quite literally, when he used the iPad to slice and dice vegetables. Video below:

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    The Internet has collectively decided that the above video of Russian singer Edward Anatolevich Hill performing a song called "I am very glad, because I’m finally back home" on a Soviet TV show in the '70s is something that you are obligated to watch, so: you may as well. Know Your Meme calls it "The Russian Rickroll." Even early adopter Stephen Colbert is in on it! In conclusion, resistance is futile.

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  8. Entertainment

    Stephen Colbert Whips Out iPad at the Grammys

    At tonight's Grammys, Stephen Colbert whipped out a functioning iPad -- yes, we are talking portrait to landscape flippage -- when he presented the award for Song of the Year, and thereby asserted his dominance over Jay-Z once and for all.

    Video after the jump:

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