Stephen Colbert Spoofs Alex Jones, Gets Into A Sticky Situation




“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert’s spoof Alex Jones-esque character got himself into quite the mess on Tuesday.


In his parody segment “Brain Fight,” Colbert’s ranting host Tuck Buckford grabbed a big tub of Chobani yogurt ― in an apparent reference to the yogurt company that’s suing conspiracy theorist Jones and his site, InfoWars, for allegedly posting vicious fake news stories.


“Buckford” then smeared the yogurt all over his head for the most bizarre reason, before dealing with his unconventional shampoo in an equally strange way.





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Sean Spicer Is Surprisingly Candid In Seth Meyers’ Spoof Press Briefing






On Tuesday night's "Late Night With Seth Meyers," White House press secretary Sean Spicer gave answers to the questions that everyone’s been dying to ask.


Well, kind of.


Via some crafty editing, Meyers joined a fake press pool to ask Spicer such humdingers as: “Where did you find Steve Bannon?” and “How long until President (Donald) Trump causes the end of the world?”


Spicer replied in a surprisingly candid fashion.





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Google Searches For ‘World War 3’ And ‘Trump War’ Hit All Time High

More people are using Google to look up the phrase “World War 3” than ever before, according to data released by the online giant.


Searches for the terms “Trump War” and “Nuclear War” have also soared during the last few weeks as global concern appears to rise over Syria, North Korea and Afghanistan.


Google began tracking enquiries on its search engine in 2004. The graph below demonstrates how the above mentioned phrases have fared since then:



It’s a similar story with terms such as “Syria World War 3,” “Going To War” and “Russia US War.”



The escalation in war-related searches comes just weeks after President Donald Trump took office, and follows several developments in American foreign policy.
On April 6, the U.S. launched 59 missiles toward a Syrian airfield in response to a chemical attack allegedly carried out by Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime. Two days later, a Continue reading "Google Searches For ‘World War 3’ And ‘Trump War’ Hit All Time High"

Kids Tell Jimmy Kimmel Their Own Adorable Versions Of The Easter Story






So Jesus was a contemporary of the Easter bunny?


On Thursday, a bunch of kids shared their own interpretation of the Easter story on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” ― and their adorable versions were as sweet as chocolate eggs themselves. (Apart from the bit where Jesus died from drugs.)





Check out the full segment above.
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Samantha Bee’s Show Suggests 9 Ways Sean Spicer Could Quit (That Don’t Involve Hitler)






Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” has White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s back, should he feel the need to quit any time soon.


Following what can only be described as a nightmare week for President Donald Trump’s spokesman, the satirical late night show’s staff have helpfully suggested nine ways in which he could leave his role in “a blaze of glory.”


From pulling a “Mary Poppins” (in which Spicer would pull a giant umbrella from his suit to float away) to using “The Up” (where he would similarly attach 100 balloons to his podium to be whisked up into the sky), the fantastical methods are detailed in a new Medium post.



Jimmy Kimmel Suggests The Perfect Vacation Spots For Bill O’Reilly




Jimmy Kimmel had a good go at guessing just where Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is vacationing on Wednesday.


Amid sexual harassment allegations that prompted advertisers to ditch his show, O’Reilly announced Tuesday that he was taking a long-planned break


He didn’t reveal his destination. Instead, he asked his viewers to try to figure it out.


Kimmel gleefully joined in with the contest, suggesting a bunch of places where O’Reilly may be found over the next few days. “To hell, maybe? Is it hell?” guessed Kimmel, before dreaming up a few alternative locations. 


Check out the full segment above.





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Jimmy Kimmel Rips Sean Spicer For Breaking Key Rule Of ‘Press Secretary School’




Jimmy Kimmel unleashed Sean Spicer’s inner monologue on Tuesday.


After the White House press secretary falsely claimed during a press briefing that Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons, Kimmel imagined just what was going through Spicer’s mind as he was saying it.


“Did I just defend Hitler?” said the spoof voice inside Spicer’s head. “At press secretary school, the one rule was ‘never defend Hitler.’”


Kimmel later quipped that Spicer, who later walked back his comments, may soon become “the only press secretary who needs a press secretary.” 


 Check out the full segment above.


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