In this month’s catch up we have new music from Bryan Dinello, interviews with Jon Stewart, Elliott Kalan, Jessica Williams, Lewis Black, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Steve Carell, humour pieces from Amy and David Sedaris, and John Oliver’s new HBO series gets a premiere date.
Hello Hubsters! Once again, we present the latest buzz regarding Stephen, Jon and everyone in their circle. Well, the Superb Owl is over and it’s that time of year when sports fans are dying for oxygen. There’s no more football until September and MLB spring training is just around the corner, but hey at least there’s the Olympics, right? The Luge is just as good as Peyton Manning blowing the snap.
In this edition we have lots about Stephen’s Wonderful Pistachios ads and and a whole swath of late night stuff.
Congratulations to the Producer’s of “The Colbert Report” who have been awarded the 25th Annual Producers Guild Award for “Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment & Talk Television”. This is the seventh year in a row that “The Colbert Report” have been honoured with this award.
In the last catch up for 2013 Maron discusses his awkward history with Jon Stewart, Amy Sedaris joins the cast of a new animated series and gives her take on the latest fashions, Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses his favourite books, Steve Carell has a new hip, Peter Grosz is back on late night, and Tim Carvell joins John Oliver’s new HBO show.
As this year comes to a close, I have to wonder the same thing I always wonder at this time of year, what is “auld lang syne”? I also wonder what is to come next year. 2014 is a midterm election year so let’s all strap in and hold on. It should be good.
Here is the final “ITP” for 2013. There are transvestites and bitcoin and Israel, oh my!
Wake up! Hasn’t that tryptophan worn off yet? Turn off the football games and find out what’s going on in the world of our boys, Jon and Stephen. Wait, our nation doesn’t watch football do we? Do we?
This edition is somewhat Stephen-less. I guess you could call it Jon-heavy. Stephen is accused of sexism, Jon is accused of being a real pundit and Late Night TV is saturated.