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Fallon has found his groove during quarantine, Colbert interviews Bernie Sanders, Conan interviews Colbert, and more late night clips worth watching.
“It’s okay, these feelings are perfectly natural. Many Americans experience moments of being at least Andrew-curious, if not fully Cuomo-sexual."
Dr. Fauci had particularly pointed advice for younger people who have been cavalier about the spread of the virus.
"If there's one good thing that might come out of this crisis, I think it's that in this seemingly divided nation, people are doing their best to protect the country's collective well-being."
Colbert's show last night before a mostly empty audience was a little unsettling and a lot of silly, and both reflected the nation's mood and helped lighten it, if only for a few minutes.
Bake Sale BK operates out of the Brooklyn Kolache kitchen, where they're also making and delivery pepperoni rolls.
Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and his female writers react to 'bad person' Harvey Weinstein.
Here's Coney Island just before sunrise, when things appear a little more dystopian.
Stephen Colbert sang a version of "Bohemian Rhapsody" while Seth Meyers took a "Closer Look."
In what has become a sadly familiar ritual, last night's late-night hosts kicked off their broadcasts by addressing Sunday's mass-shooting in Orlando.
Plus the correct way to drink beer: straight from the growler!
Colbert tweeted out the director's cut of his intro, which is 2.5 minutes of glorious tilt shift action taken around NYC.
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