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    The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    It was just announced--he was my first choice--even if I will miss the ego maniac right wing blow hard he plays on The Colbert Report---he's a great guy and genius comedian.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I like him, but tbh, I just can't picture him in that role. he doesn't have the same bland/generic appeal as a Fallon.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I dont know enough about him. I think there were other people more mainstream to 'fill' Dave's shoes.

    Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman on The Late Show
    http://arts.nationalpost.com/2014/04...the-late-show/




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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Is he going to be himself or play to the caricature he's been known for at Comedy Central? Jon Stewart would have been far better...... an out there choice but I don't expect a very good choice for CBS. Who pushed it? Colbert is great as the faux Bill O'Reilly type, but I just think he's not really the kind of material to host that important a time slot late night, against accomplished people who've played themselves all their careers in Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel and not became best known playing a comedic, satirical right wing persona.

    I don't know if she would have been interested with her young kids but Tina Fey would have been a great choice, certainly Jon Stewart if he were willing to leave the Daily Show.
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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Chelsea Handler must be pissed.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I disliked Letterman so I never watched his nighttime show and I don't care who replaces him. I like Fallon though...and I liked Jay...and I like Seth Myers and I also like Last Call with Carson Daly so I am happy with the NBC lineup. I have not watched the others at any time for more than 5 minutes.

    The only one I would pick on that list is Chris Rock...I LOVED his show on HBO but I can't see him being watered down for network TV. I also love Jon Stewart but the show he has now rocks and there is NO WAY CBS is gonna hire him. Part of their core audience that drives their ratings is Tea Party and Conservatives...they like all those crime shows.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Stephen was my first choice as well i enjoy watching his show i hope he makes the show into a Late Night show/News show Hybrid. Jimmy Fallon show is corny hes not really good at his monologue and he seems to kiss up way too much to the guests and i don't really care for the Game show Music routines he often has. Seth Meyers no hope for him hes just plan corny i hate his fake banter with Fred and Fred is so weird

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I tend to like Graham Norton and Alan Carr Chatty Man way better than the hosts we have here in North America. I tend to avoid the late night talk shows, with the exception of watching George Stroumboulopoulos's show on occasion. Though I think George S. has lost some of his mojo as he transitions to a Hockey Commentator/Host.

    As for Stephen Colbert the only time I have liked him is when he was in the movie "The Love Guru". I think Russell Howard trumps anything that The Daily Show or The Colbert Show can come up with.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I seriously doubt that he will play the character he plays on his show---he can be funny and smart as himself as is evident on his show when he interviews---some of the questions are the character but the serious questions are him---I love Graham Norton too and the format of his show is brilliant in that he brings out all the guests which US chat shows rarely do. Hate Chelsea Handler and someone said who was in the know that Tina Fey who I love would not take a gig like this--she has so much going on with film and TV.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I really don't want him to take it because I don't want the Colbert Report to end, and he's not really replaceable in that role(unlike The Daily Show, where I don't even REMEMBER who did it before John Stewart, but I know that John Oliver could definitely take the reigns).

    So, as much as I love Colbert, I have mixed feelings on this news - happy for him, sad for the show he MAY leave behind.
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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

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    I seriously doubt that he will play the character he plays on his show---he can be funny and smart as himself as is evident on his show when he interviews---some of the questions are the character but the serious questions are him---I love Graham Norton too and the format of his show is brilliant in that he brings out all the guests which US chat shows rarely do. Hate Chelsea Handler and someone said who was in the know that Tina Fey who I love would not take a gig like this--she has so much going on with film and TV.
    I find that Graham Norton has clued into the fact that research is the key to get stuff out of celebrities that others don't. He also has clued into the fact that it helps in great magnitude to have a comedian down the end of the couch to keep things bubbling along in case there is a lull. Graham Norton is talented himself but I think the formula I referred keeps the show upbeat. I think the guests have a good time on his show and even though they are promoting their latest projects, the show is much more than that. What I miss on GNS is the audience participation that he had in the earlier seasons. Some of the audience members were quite entertaining in their own right, almost overshadowing the guests.

    The North American shows are just bland and I just don't find the hosts likable. I will admit to finding Johnny Carson likable. Alan Carr is a naughty pleasure because he pushes the envelope the way Graham Norton used to.
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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    All I keep thinking is what happens to the Colbert Report?

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Not too happy about this. I only started watching his show in the last couple years and will really miss it. I'm happy that he is getting a more high profile show and getting paid but I've grown tired of the typical late night talk show format. I'll give his new show a chance but he really had a great thing going with the Colbert Report.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Quote Originally Posted by SordidPro View Post
    All I keep thinking is what happens to the Colbert Report?
    I wonder if this is the end of the fictional Colbert? I hope not but I would understand if he got tired of the role and felt like moving on.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    must be a good choice as big fat billionaire shock jock --rush limbaugh says this choice is an attack on america --and all but calling for his road kill ditto heads to boycott CBS. The Colbert Report does an amazing job of showing what morons guys like rush really are--it must get to fatso.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I like him - I think he will do fine. He may have to tone it down a bit but I have confidence in the guy.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Stephen Colbert did say he will no longer do the Colbert Report after he starts sometime next year or on his show come off as his satiric persona but will be himself. May be brilliant as some of those praising his selection say but he's been the faux Bill Reilly persona for so long can CBS really gamble on him especially if the early returns aren't favorable ratings wise to Letterman? I'm not a huge fan of his overall politics but find it extremely silly for Rush Limbaugh to take such a conniption to it, so laughable that gasbag has to weigh in.
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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    He is going to be himself.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Maybe Stewart will get Colbert's half hour to become a full hour of The Daily Show.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I have been a Letterman fan since he had his daytime talk show in the 1970s.
    I lost many a night's sleep watching him on Late Night, and was thrilled when he moved to 11:30 on CBS in 1993.
    He can be smug, (which turns some people off), but he is one hell of a great interviewer.
    And I am a "Top Ten List" junkie!

    I have seen Colbert, but I don't know if he can sell his "edgier" style on network TV. I'll give him a try when the time comes.
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    I think many are weary that CBS water him down to a "Michelob Ultra" and be barely palpable. If CBS lets him have nearly free-range than it may be a great summoning.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    When I first heard about this, I was guessing it would be some unfunny, washed up former Saturday Night Live cast member...

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    When he started Colbert Report, it was to a riot of silence. Oh, ha ha, a fake conservative talk show - how long will this be worth watching? Ends up the damn thing had a lot more miles in it than we thought. He's certainly not a one-note comedian, so it will be interesting to see if he can pull it off.

    Graham Norton used to be pretty bad as a host. It semmed he spent about half the time mocking the guests, and half the time involving the audience in lame-brain stunts somehow tangentially related to the guest's career. Now, his shows are almost like a fun night out with friends, chatting about the funny stuff that has happened to everybody over the years. It's a stunning transformation, really.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    I'm disappointed.

    The Colbert Report has been a mainstay of our television viewing since the beginning.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Quote Originally Posted by Zaphod View Post
    He is going to be himself.
    Who is that?

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

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    Who is that?
    He's a Renaissance man, embodying the many in the nexus of many currents of modern America. His many dimensions clearly mark him as his own man, unwilling to be defined by any one subgroup to which he belongs.

    He wasn't born in an American state, but was raised in Charleston, SC. He was so keenly aware of anti-Southerner bias that he learned to alter his speech to avoid the inherent deduction of intelligence points that many in power assign to Southerners.

    His father was a doctor, so one has to believe that in some ways influenced his interest in science. He was to pursue marine biology until a damaged ear drum blocked his ability to scuba dive. His father and two brothers died in an air crash when Colbert was only 10, so he knows something of what an orphan experiences.

    He is Irish, and a devout Catholic from a large family, so he knows what it means to live within a large family and within the context of a strongly defined ethnic and religious community. But, his parents were wise proponents of being thinking critics of the Church and from that he learned how to be simultaneously a reformer and loyal, not an easy balance. While a biting satirist, he is also a Sunday School teacher and actively attends mass.



    He is brave. His White House monologue was gutsy.



    He pursued philosophy as an undergrad, which indicates his intellectual bent and his spiritual side.

    Handsome, witty, and heterosexual, he would have made a celebrity among gays, but he is straight. That hasn't stopped him from being an avid ally of gays and other underdogs in our world.

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    He is a reader and broadly knowledgeable.

    It is obvious from his interviews on his own show that he really likes people. He is enthusiastically engaged, aggressively gregarious, and obviously gracious. His quick smile and laser wit remind his guests to bring their A-game.

    His role as a satirist has been hugely successful, but it reached its limits in his run for office and at his age, he has two to three decades ahead of him on camera before moving on. He has the personality, wit, charm, and looks to reach a large audience, and many of his erstwhile political enemies will have to give him his due once they see him able in a more centrist role.

    He is genuinely good-natured and one of us, whoever we are. His visit to Iraq, a war he surely opposed, demonstrated his patriotism and love of his countrymen in the tradition of USO tours of the past. His willingness to get a buzz cut there, on stage, was a clear example of why he is beloved. The military is hugely conservative as a group, so it was a bona fide coup.



    Although many of us, even those like me without cable and averse to watching TV online, will miss his cheer and encouragement as the point man on the Left, his brilliant wit will grow CBS's audience at that hour and remain a comfort to us who are his devoted fans. I, for one, will finally have a reason to watch anything after 10:00 on broadcast TV.

    They could not have made a better choice.
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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    He wasn't born in an American state, but was raised in Charleston, SC.
    At the risk of appearing pedantic...a frightening thought....and while not wishing to under estimate the quality of your contribution nor, question your subtle modus operandi it might well be appropriate to state that Stephen Colbert was born in Washington, District of Columbia which I appreciate is not a state, as we understand states per the United States of America, or so I'm led to believe.


    I apologise for being exceedingly...wordy..which I promise not to repeat.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    The reference was an insider joke. As an obvious Colbert devotee, I fell in behind him in calling the District not a state.

    Colbert has famously hosted US Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton multiple times. He has been a loyal son in aiding her to promote the DC Voting Rights campaign.

    It has been one of his finest running gags.

    http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/video...-holmes-norton

    If you stick with the video, Rep. Norton skewers him for pronouncing his Irish name with the French pronunciation, a change he made when moving to Northwestern University, starting his self-identity anew.

    As for being wordy, I can offer you no solace or succor. Bendy and Palbert will have you for breakfast soon.
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    ^I've read the history of his name which I rather believe is more French, than Irish while also recognising that the Normans invaded and conquered Ireland after conquering England, and Wales.....Scotland was spared Norman conquest...no MacColberts to worry over pronounciation.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Mr. Colbert's family did not pronounce it with the French for the several generations they had lived in America, nor in Ireland.

    The alternative was initially offered by his father to his children, for whatever reason, but he himself never used the French inflection.

    It is an interesting footnote to Stephen Colbert's history.

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    How is this considered a promotion worth celebrating?

    He's trading an audience of young and middle-aged progressives for a bunch of retirees who typically watch 60 minutes and the CBS evening news. And when you examine the comedy formula for ALL of the late night hosts, it all the same canned jokes with zero personality or edginess. I think his exposure will be diminished by leaving Comedy Central.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Wow. Someone on a late night show who is actually funny.

    I'm happy for him. I stopped watching Colbert Report a while ago because of time. But he is so much funnier than Jon Stewart and his personality will be perfect.

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    Re: The Great Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman

    Quote Originally Posted by m1thousand View Post
    David-Letterman: 10-possible-replacements. (too late but here was a list)
    Louis CK - PFFFFFFFTTT HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA no.
    Jerry Seinfeld - He's not funny. There, I said it.
    Craig Ferguson - Did he turn the job down or something? I instantly thought it'd be him.
    John Oliver - Not a bad choice, but I think he's already on the way to replace Jon Stewart.
    Paul F Tompkins - Don't know him.
    Jon Stewart - Not a bad choice, but I'm pretty sure TDS gets higher ratings. Even if it didn't, I think he'd still be the most expensive candidate on this list by quite a bit.
    Chris Rock - If it was on HBO and he could swear and use edgy material, sure. CBS? No, just no.
    Chelsea Handler - Don't know her.
    Tina Fey - Eh, she's a better comedian and writer than an actual host.
    Ricky Gervais - Same as Tina, I'd rather just see him do comedy than hosting.

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