If you're ever caught in a life and death situation, you better hope a Hollywood movie star is around to save you!
That's what Stephen Colbert was hoping for after featuring a segment on his show last night about celebrities who have been in the right place at the right time to rescue those in need.
But as big a star as Matt Damon is, he had no interest in helping Stephen escape from a tipped over soda machine! All he wanted to do was talk about his new movie Elysium!
Damon must have been the guest that Colbert was just DYING to get…because he died while interviewing him!
OK, not really. But the Comedy Central props department definitely ran out of fake blood after this bit!
Ch-ch-check out Matty D doing what he does best - roughing up late night talk show hosts! Press PLAY below!
Don't cross Stephen Colbert!
The satirist extraordinaire had booked a rare TV performance by Daft Punk for his StePhest Colbchella music festival, but the band had to pull out at the last minute.
According to Stephen, the electronica duo aren't allowed to perform anywhere other than MTV because they're booked for a surprise performance at the VMAs!
Stephen got his revenge on Tuesday night's Colbert Report by revealing MTV's "deeply guarded secret" and bitterly naming names of network honchos that cost him his guest.
Watch the whole boozy confession …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
In case you were curious as to what Stephen Colbert thought about Kanye West’s latest foray into fashion, you're about to find out!
The comedic mastermind discussed Yeezy's highly popular A.P.C. collaboration on Wednesday's The Colbert Report, and basically said what everyone else was thinking, but in a funnier way.
Watch the HIGHlarity above!
P.S. We're still LOLing over the Nine West comment! Ha!
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The saddest part of life is that we all must face death, as everyone around us is on the same path, with the same end. From enemies to those closest to us, nobody can escape it — and yet this unavoidable and universal constant remains one of the toughest experiences for us all. We feel for those who have lost loved ones, because someday we will too.
Stephen Colbert has just lost his mother, who he touchingly honored last night on The Colbert Report. Through his emotion and his stories, we get a sense of just not only how profound her passing was to those closest to her, but also how profound her 90+ years of life were as well.
Stephen might play a caricature on his show, but for the first few minutes of his returning episode he was as real as our closest friends. Watch a good man talk about his wonderful mother, and what she meant to everyone around her (above).
Things like these are always worth our time. Our hearts go out to Stephen and his family.
Stephen Colbert has gotten to meet some pretty big stars in his years of doing The Colbert Report!
But possibly none bigger to the Beatles fan than Sir Paul McCartney!
And now Sir Paul is coming back for a second British Invasion! Only this time, the knight is bringing his ax!
That's right, Stephen has announced a super-sized one-hour Colbert Report special featuring Sir Paul's second interview and first ever musical performance!
Sir Paul better get ready for the Colbert bump! Stephen says:
"I think this McCartney kid’s got something special and I’m gonna put him on the map!"
The special won't air until June 12, but you can see Stephen's awkward first meeting with the rock legend …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
That Stephen Colbert is always up to no good, and that's why we LOVE him!
Recently, country music star Brad Paisley has been under fire for his controversial collaboration with LL Cool J on Accidental Racist, so naturally the comedian had to throw in his two cents!
After dissecting the lyrics for analysis, Stephen concluded that the tune had done its job by getting people of all races to agree on one thing:
"This song sucks!"
He sure has a way with words!
And the jokes didn't end there, as he decided to
Monday’s Boston bombings marked yet another horrible day in this country’s history. What’s more, it’s two days later, and we’re still not in the clear.
But despite the tragedy and chaos, Bostonians’ resilience is unyielding. It’s no wonder Stephen Colbert dedicated the opening of The Colbert Report to them.
Ch-ch-check out the his heartfelt and inspiring tribute (above)!
In the meantime, here are just a few of his quotes worth mentioning more than once:
"Whoever did this obviously did not know about the people of Boston. Nothing these terrorists do is going to shake them… For Pete's sake, Boston was founded by the Pilgrims, a people so tough, they had to buckle their goddamn hats on."
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