Feb 022014
Stephen Colbert Wonderful Pistachios Super Bowl Commercial

The Internet loves Stephen Colbert so it’s no surprise this Wonderful Pistachios‘ Super Bowl commercial starring the Colbert Report favorite is so popular. 

Colbert cracking his own head open can’t hurt either. 


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Aug 072013

NSFW language 

The four big broadcast networks are arguing to the FCC that cable is stealing their thunder as cable has more leeway with profanity, and, put simply, that’s not fair. 

To demonstrate how ridiculous all this corporate and government censorship is, Stephen Colbert invited House famous Hugh Laurie to recite a list of Viacom approved vulgar words and obscenities on his Colbert Report show.

Naturally, the web is loving the new clip posted by Stephen’s sister show, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart


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May 202013

It’s that time of year again. Every year when the weather begins to warm countless prestigious institutions rally famous celebrities and comedians to speak at their commencement or graduation. Naturally, the speeches are extremely popular.

This year, students at University of Virginia  lucked out as web favorite Stephen Colbert was recruited to deliver the 2013 Valedictory Address at the school

He’s had practice, as the Comedy Central star went viral in 2011 after giving a speech at Northwestern

Already, the video is trending as the new week begins, and has appeared on TheStir, DailyOfTheDay, UpRoxx, NowMSN, and LaughingSquid


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Nov 132011

YouTuber  said he was spring cleaning and found a VHS with this fantasticly cheesy commercial starring a very young Steven Colbert. The commercial is for FirstTier Bank in Nebraska and just screams of the 80′s. Could this be Colbert’s first debut on television?


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Jun 172011

June is a time of ice cold drinks, parties, graduations, and, most importantly, celebrity commencement speech speakers. NorthWestern was lucky enough to have the hilarious Stephen Colbert of the Colber Report speak at their graduation. He makes going to NorthWestern worth it.


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