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Dec 03 2020

Last Night Today

This is a round up of the previous night’s late night talk show host’s opening monologues and highlight segments, because we need a good laugh to get through the rest of the evening.

The Late Night with Seth Meyers is off this week. He returns on Monday night.

WE once again go down the long “Road from the White House” with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show.

President Vents His Election Grievances In Conspiracy Theory Fueled Facebook Rant

The president brought along props for his 46-minute ramble of a speech posted to Facebook, but even he seemed to understand how poorly his lies would be received.

With Jimmy Kimmel Live examines, vaccines, pardons and White House superspreaders parties.

Trump Superspreads Christmas Cheer at White House Party

Jimmy reveals his top Spotify song and artist of the year, the Trump administration reveals the roll out plan for the vaccine, Jimmy has an idea to help keep the vaccine cold enough during distribution, the McRib makes its glorious return, Donald and Melania host a superspreader Christmas party at the White House, the Pences unveil their holiday decorations, and Trump considers a long list of pardons including a very interesting one for the Tiger King himself, and a battle of the ages where we pit 87-year-old Bobbe against 15-year-old Asiyah in a new Generation Gap with special guest George Clooney!

The Late, Late Show with James Corden looks at the day’s headlines.

‘Tis the Season for Presidential Pardons

James Corden looks at the headlines, including reports of an investigation into a possible pay-for-presidential pardon scheme, and reports that President Donald Trump is considering pardons for most of his children. And James admits he’s not cut out for the swingers lifestyle.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah reviews what the Grifter in the Oval Office is up to and President-Elect Biden diverse cabinet choices.

Joe Biden selects a diverse group for positions in his cabinet, Arizona’s governor ignores a call from the White House, and President Trump racks up more than $170 million in donations to his Election Defense Fund.