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'D***head,' 'Demon,' The Worst Moments From 20 Years Of Jimmy Kimmel
On January 26, 2023, Jimmy Kimmel Live! debuted on ABC and 20 years later, Kimmel will celebrate with a special edition of his late night talk show. It has been 20 years of reliable liberalism, but is has gotten worse in recent years.
Fonda to Kimmel: Climate Protest Arrest Put 'Our Bodies on the Line'
The fake bravery of left-wing political activism was on display on Thursday’s edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC as actresses Jane Fonda and Sally Field patting themselves on their back for getting arrested a climate change protest with the former claiming they were “putting our bodies on the line.”
Kimmel Praises Garland, Tells Gay Sex Joke About Barr Amid Doc Scandal
ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel reacted on Thursday to day three of President Biden’s document scandal, in part, by declaring that the appointment of a special counsel by Attorney General Merrick Garland shows how great Garland is and by making gay sex jokes about former Attorney General Bill Barr. Also on Thursday, NBC Late Night host Seth Meyers continued to insist comparisons with the former…
Meyers: GOP Criticizing Biden In 'The Dumbest Way Possible' On Scandal
All of the late night comedy hosts discussed day one of the Biden document scandal on their Tuesday shows to differing degrees of hackery. When Wednesday brought revelations of a second batch of documents, only three could manage to discuss with NBC’s Seth Meyers and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel main takeaway being how terrible Republicans are.
Meyers Targets Tucker as Late Night Reacts to Biden Document Scandal
NBC Late Night host Seth Meyers reacted on Tuesday to the revelations that classified materials were found at The Penn Biden Center from President Biden’s tenure as vice president with a random shot at Fox News host Tucker Carlson photoshopped The Joker. Beyond Meyers, the men of late night varied greatly in their response to the news, but all managed to cover it.
TOP 10: The Worst Of Late Night For 2022
Between calls for gun control, the demise of Roe v. Wade, and the regular news cycle, it was a year where the hosts of late night traded in their jokes for liberal rants, lectures, and other wandering pontifications. So, without further ado, here are the top -- or maybe bottom 10 -- moments of late night 2022.
Sexist Kimmel Attacks GOP Rep's Looks, Says She Looks Like A Lesbian
GOP Rep. Vicky Hartzler opposed Congress’s same-sex marriage bill which led ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel to attack her looks, specifically claiming she looks like a lesbian, while also telling to “get over” her religious beliefs.
Kimmel Thinks Gay Jokes Are a Riot As Long as Conservatives Are Target
On Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel used his mundane monologue to mock some prominent right-wingers in a strikingly intolerant manner.
Meyers, Handler Express Thanks For Their 'Platform' To Push Abortion
NBC Late Night host Seth Meyers and guest Chelsea Handler admitted on Monday that they view their comedy routines as less of a chance to make people laugh, but to use their “platform” to push left-wing policy, particularly when it comes to abortion.
STUDY: 47 Liberals, 0 Conservatives on Late Night During Fall Campaign
The late-night comedy scene has been reliably liberal for a long time, but the 2022 midterm election was a regular messaging machine for the Democrats, a NewsBusters study has revealed.
MRC analysts found that during the fall campaign, from Labor Day through the Monday night before Election Day, liberal guests outnumbered conservative guests 46 to 0.
Kimmel and Gospel Choir Use Election Day To Blast SCOTUS, Walker
With the results of the midterm election still unknown, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel was forced to recycle some of his standard material during his live Tuesday show. With the help of a Gospel choir called “The Silver Lining Singers,” Kimmel blasted the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision and attacked Herschel Walker as “really dumb.”
Late Night Hosts Sound the Literal Alarm in Final Election Pitches
From literal alarms over abortion to satirical Christmas songs to the typical anti-Republican diatribe, the men of the late night comedy shows used their Monday programs to deliver one last pitch to voters on why they should vote Democrat.
Colbert, Meyers Tell Same Anti-Walker Joke, Kimmel Warns of Pro-Lifers
As campaign season enters the home stretch, the hosts of late night have gone into full DNC TV mode. On Thursday, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert managed to tell the exact same anti-Herschel Walker joke while Jimmy Kimmel fear-mongered over what might happen to women if Republicans win by introducing the Birth Con Troll.
Franken Warns Of 'Existential Threats' Including Cruz Being 'A D***'
Former Democratic senator and Saturday Night Live cast member Al Franken guest hosted ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday and it went about as well as anyone could predict. During his opening monologue, Franken rattled off a list of supposed threats to democracy including “just how big a dick Ted Cruz is” while later he turned the show into a Democratic commercial during an…