Once upon a time, Stephen Colbert, the lovely and hilarious host of our favorite political talk show, The Colbert Report, graciously invited our bosstone to be on his show. During their interview, he asked Tavi if we might maybe think about considering having him do an Ask a Grown sometime. Our answer, of course, was, “Hell yes, you wonderful man!!”
Now, we’ve cashed in on that generous offer to bring you this video containing SC’s wise advice about misogynist jokes, boyfriend-based dilemmas, and how to tell if someone thinks you’re cool. And, Stephen, we’ll make that last one easy for you: WE THINK YOU’RE *EXTRAORDINARILY* COOL.
Stephen Colbert recently interviewed Neil Patrick Harris for Issue #7 of Flatt Magazine, where the Broadway star reveals that “The next big thing I want to do is a big variety show. I want to be the next Ed Sullivan. That’s my game plan.” The multi-talented actor also spoke about his Tony Award winning role in the Broadway revival of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”, and reflects back on his time in “How I Met Your Mother”.
Stephen Colbert shares emotional story of his uncle, Fox Company’s 1st Lt. Andrew Edward Tuck III, who parachuted behind enemy line on D-Day with ‘The Lead’s’ Jake Tapper.
In his October 2012 interview with ‘Playboy Magazine’, Stephen speaks about going skiing with the same pair of goggles Uncle Eddie wore on D-Day. He also speaks about Uncle Eddie’s military services in Austria following the signing of the armistice during an interview with Tom Hanks on ‘The Colbert Report’.
Earlier this month ‘The Colbert Reports’ co-executive producer Meredith Bennett and head writer Opus Moreschi traveled to Norway to participate in ‘Rapport fra The Colbert Report’, moderated by Anders Giæver at the Nordic Media Festival, where they spoke about “how they create the satire which has become a political power factor in American society, what the DNA of the show is, and why the basic strategy of ‘The Colbert Report’ is always: ‘Make sure the money goes into the funny’”.
Last night, the present and future met when Stephen Colbert stopped by ‘The Late Show’ for his first appearance since it was announced that he would take over hosting duties from David Letterman some time in 2015. “You look right at home,” David Letterman joked before Stephen revealed that he almost twice worked for Letterman in the past, after being offered an internship in 1986, and in 1997 after he and writing partner Paul Dinello got a call back, but decline as work had already started on ‘Strangers with Candy’. After taking a quick selfie with Dave, Stephen read the Top 10 he submitted back in 1997, entitled ‘The Top 10 Cocktails for Santa’. The two also discussed pets, families, vacations and building a boat with a broken wrist.
Stephen Colbert talks to TIME.com about his role in DreamWorks new animated movie ‘Mr. Peabody and Sherman’, which topped the weekend box office, beating out ‘Need for Speed’. Thus far, the film has grossed approximately $150 million world wide, and is still to be released in some countries.