On last night’s Colbert Report, Stephen Better Know’d Wisconsin’s 4th district with openly black Congresswoman Gwen Moore.
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Look who joined Twitter.
I spoke with the “Veep” star about the new season, her favorite “Veep” lines and getting a call from the real veep, but we also talked about Tumblr.
In some of the Season 2 episodes that were sent out to the press, both Tumblr and Reddit come up. I know “Veep” and Elaine Benes are both big on Tumblr. Do you ever poke around on that blogging platform?
You know, I don’t. I guess I should, but I probably would be frightened if I did. I don’t know, but I don’t do it a lot … should I? Or would it be a huge mistake? [Laughs.]
I think it’s fun. There are all these GIFs of great Selina insults and moments. Right after the trailer for Season 2 came out, there were a bunch from there.
No shit! I gotta go on that and check it out. We have this meeting with HBO, sort of a social media meeting, and we were talking about going to all these places and … I can’t get over what people are putting out there. It’s pretty cool. Some of it’s cool, I guess some of it’s scary, but some of it’s cool.
The role of female talk show hosts in late-night TV broadcast network history, all 50-plus years of it, can be summed up in two words: Joan Rivers. It takes just another two — Arsenio Hall — to do the same for minorities.
John Ziegler, maker of the controversial documentary The Framing of Joe Paterno just said that to Piers Morgan on CNN.
He was dead serious and that is hysterical.
[T]he town, formerly known as Clark, agreed in 2005 to change its name as part of a deal with the Dish Network satellite TV service. In exchange, existing and new residents can receive basic service… for free.
10 P.M. (HBO) REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER
The interview guest is controversial former D.C. public school chancellor Michelle Rhee. At the table will be MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, economist Jared Bernstein and former Va. Rep. Tom Davis. Later they will be joined by reality TV Chef Tom Colicchio.