Aziz Ansari's Master Of None has been a HUGE success since its debut last week!
However, it appears the thing that shocked the comedian the most from this whole experience is the new found respect he's discovered for his father Shoukath Ansari.
In case you forgot, the 32-year-old had his own parents play his fictional parents for his semi-autobiographical Netflix show — and it was actually perfect!
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On Wednesday, the Parks and Recreation alum took to Instagram to post a touching tribute to his father after the two appeared on Stephen Colbert's The Late Show.
The new Starbucks holiday cup has everyone talking — but probably not for the reasons they hoped!
After a former pastor put out a video condemning the coffee company for its simple design being against Christmas and God, Donald Trump jumped on the bandwagon and called for a boycott.
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Well, Stephen Colbert has his own opinions about what Starbucks should replace their cup with.
Wait until you see what The Late Show host's idea of a "Christmas cup" looks like — complete with tinsel, a manger scene, and singing dogs!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Got a sweet tooth?
Tuesday night on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert addressed the recent news that King Digital Entertainment — the creator of Candy Crush — was bought for $5.9 billion last week by Activision Blizzard.
Yes, you read that number right!
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As the late night host HIGHlariously pointed out:
"That's even more than Disney paid for Star Wars or approximately how much I would pay to see the next Star Wars movie right now!"
In light of this news, Colbert announced it won't be long before we see a Candy Crush movie. Stephen went on to say that even though the film doesn't exist yet, he has a clip form the flick — starring Liam Neeson as Mr. Toffee!
Ch-ch-check out the crazy and wild sketch (below) and let us know what you think of the idea of a Candy Crush movie!