Battleground Texas on The Colbert Report.
I think in a few years Texas will be an entirely different political piece of geography, for example, as a result of the Latino vote that comes across the border and the way that they’re beginning to spread out in the state and other congressional districts.
"How is that possible that Texas, Texas - six shooters, conservatives, George Bush, Rick Perry - how is Houston electing a gay mayor?”
Just getting around to watching Houston Mayor Annise Parker’s appearance on Colbert. I should be shamed, I know, but observe: woman, lesbian, mayor of fourth largest city in the country, first openly gay mayor of a major city in America, Texan. TEXAN. Fuck your stereotypes.
Stephen Colbert interviews Maurice Sendak, author of “Where The Wild Things Are,” on January 25, 2012. Sendak passed away Tuesday morning at age 83. Colbert appeared on ‘Live With Kelly’ today to promote his new children’s book and address Sendak’s role in its creation, “I didn’t think it was very good, but Maurice said, ‘The sad thing is that I like it.’”
The epic speech that marked the beginning of the end of Newt Gingrich’s campaign read by John Lithgow on the Colbert Report, May 11, 2011.
The first time you were on my show you were not the first lady. Now you are, that’s called the Colbert Bump.
Stephen, I love you. “Can I get college credit for this?”