On The Late Show, Dwayne Johnson sings, does shots, eyebrow wrestles, and talks Rock 2020

Attempting to pin his guest, former wrestler an current international move idol Dwayne Johnson, concerning the long-gestating rumors of his political aspirations, Stephen Colbert asked point-blank, “Do you actually take that possibility seriously.” “I absolutely do,” replied the former The Rock, once again raising the…

Bobcat Goldthwait confesses the really inappropriate New Year's Eve prank he played on Jimmy Kimmel

Bobcat Goldthwait started out as a sweat-drenched, yowling standup comic, but he’s forged a legitimately impressive second career as a writer-director of thoughtfully provocative, darkly comic indie films (with the occasional Bigfoot flick thrown in). It’s not that surprising, really—Goldthwait’s standup was always a…

Stephen Colbert bids an appropriately toxic Hunger Games farewell to corrupt plutocrat Scott Pruitt

It’s been a long week without TV comedians lobbing brickbats at the daily conveyor belt of Trump administration targets, as literally every late-night host took the July 4 holiday as a patriotic excuse to refresh, and reload. Stephen Colbert had plenty of bad news from our long national nightmare to catch up on in his…

Seth Rogen regales The Late Show with his adventures in Trumpland, hotboxes Stephen Colbert

Calling stoner giggle-bear Seth Rogen “an avatar of ‘what’s the big deal?,’” Stephen Colbert congratulated first guest and Canadian ambassador of garrulous good will Seth Rogen on his home country’s recent decision to legalize recreational marijuana on Friday’s Late Show. “Now that marijuana’s legalized, is your work…

"Lucky motherfucker" Pete Davidson confirms his engagement and plugs someone else's movie on The Tonight Show

Saturday Night Live star, standup, and, as he confirmed on Wednesday’s Tonight Show, Arianna Grande’s forever “plus-one,” Pete Davidson brought the traditional late-night movie clip to promote. Except the first clip he brought wasn’t for the new Netflix comedy Set It Up (which Davidson claimed he’s in for “like, ten…

On The Late Show, charming goofball Josh Brolin gives Trump's tweets the Thanos treatment

With his granite face and signature drill sergeant haircut, Josh Brolin has the market cornered at this point in his career (he’s 50, somehow) on grim-voiced, badass action types. Stephen Colbert noted that calling this “the summer of Brolin” wouldn’t be out of line, considering the actor’s villainous, anti-heroic,…