“You hear that Census Bureau. Only population count, you don’t have the right to my personal information that belongs to Facebook,” said a mockingly emotional Stephen Colbert.
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Stephen Colbert highlighted his sister, Democratic House candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch, on his show. Though he did it in his usual funny way on the pretext of threatening to reveal secrets from her middle-school diary and letting the world know her girlhood nickname was ‘Lulu,’ the intent of promotion was pretty clear.
In this awesomely hilarious video below, Stephen Colbert finds and exploits the greatest weakness of one Anderson Cooper (hint, it has to do with his giggles and uncontrollable laughter recently on his RidicuList segment on Gerard Depardieu).
Stephen Colbert has been known to put other talk show hosts in their place, but he’s always had a tough time with Anderson Cooper. The two have had “a long time beef” according to Colbert, who also notes Cooper’s calmness under pressure as a journalist. In the video below, however, Colbert says he may have found Cooper’s ultimate weakness: “Celebrity poop puns.” MORE
Apparently, Standard and Poor forgot to carry the Christ when they did their Math. This revelation according to Stephen Colbert during Monday night’s Colbert Report. He then proceeded to discuss the impending candidacy of Texas Governor Rick Perry who’s the latest figure in evangelical politics who reached out for God’s forgiveness because that’s what we need – or we need at least China’s forgiveness in Stephen’s opinion. And he has a message for the Super PACs: “Back off, bitches. I saw him first.” After laying claim to Perry, Colbert went on to preview a teaser commercial that will begin running in Iowa on Wednesday, just in time for the upcoming straw polls. MORE
On Monday, the Department of Health and Human Services announced that health insurance companies must fully cover birth control for women beginning next August. And that’s all great and – what? Yeah, Stephen. Well Stephen Colbert would like to enlighten us to the dangers of the government taking over the personal life of a woman on the Colbert Report, which is a matter between her and her husband and, of course, the priest. “The health Nazis are up to something!” MORE