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Conan
Thursday Night, November 2

President Trump tweeted that our criminal justice system is a “joke.” He then tweeted, “I mean, how is my entire family not in prison?”

The Republican tax plan came out today and President Trump announced that it will bring trillions of dollars to the U.S. He then said, “Specifically, to three members of my Cabinet.”

President Trump tweeted congratulations to the Houston Astros for winning the World Series. Trump said he’s so happy for the Astros, he’s only going to deport some of the players.

A gambler won $14 million on last night’s World Series game. Here’s what’s suspicious — turns out it was some guy named Yu Darvish. Amazon has unveiled a new way to view its products in 3-D.

Amazon is calling its new invention “a store.”

 In an interview, “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek revealed that he once tripped hard on hash brownies. Apparently, Trebek spent hours saying “What is, ‘my hand’ for 800?”


The Late Late Show With James Corden
Tuesday Night, November 14

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified for hours on Capitol Hill today regarding the Trump campaign’s connections with Russia. During his testimony, it seemed Jeff Sessions had a bit of a memory problem.

At one point, he was called out for saying “I don’t recall” multiple times. He said he doesn’t recall how many times he said “I don’t recall.” I don’t recall the last time I saw someone who didn’t recall how many times they didn’t recall. At one point Jeff Sessions regained his memory and said that the Trump campaign couldn’t collude with the Russians because it was a “form of chaos, every day from day one.” I believe him. That’s such a great alibi. “That campaign was such a turbulent crap storm, there’s no way we could’ve planned anything like that. We were far too disorganized to be evil.”

 In the world of healthcare, the FDA has approved the first pill with a digital sensor that signals doctors when patients have taken their medicine. When she heard about this digital pill, even Alexa was like, “Are you sure that’s not invading your privacy?”

The doctors say they invented the pill to make sure that their patients are taking their medication. I still think it would be more effective if they went with my plan of making all pills taste like Cool Ranch Doritos.

Two photographs that went missing from the Museum of a Modern Art in New York were mailed back to the museum just a few days later by the alleged thief. Which is, you know, great for the museum. Got to be a bit of a blow to the ego of the artist. “Your photographs were so popular they were stolen! No, wait, they sent them back.”



 
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Tuesday Night, November 14

A lot of Donald Trump fans here tonight. You know what they say: “While the cat’s away, the mice have to testify before Congress.”

In this case, it was Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions’ testimony to the House Judiciary Committee covered a wide range of issues, and Sessions had the same answer for a lot of them: “I don’t recall.”

Not a great memory. In fact, just to remember those answers, he had to write them on his hand.

President Trump is finally back from his 12-day trip to Asia, and according to him, the trip was a huge success, bragging to reporters, “A lot of people said it’s almost physically impossible for someone to go through 12 days.” Really? You know there are people who live in Asia forever, right?

And Trump isn’t the only one giving him rave reviews. So is his staff, noting that the president remained attentive during lengthy diplomatic rituals, including an hour-plus tour of a museum in Beijing’s Forbidden City. Yes, our president successfully completed the rigors of a fourth-grade field trip.

 
 
 

The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon
  Tuesday Night, November 14

President Trump is headed home after his trip to Asia. And I saw that at one point, 2,000 protesters in the Philippines were shouting, “Go home!” — while back in America, 60 million people were shouting, “Stay there!”

Trump just went on Twitter and bragged about a poll showing that he has a 46 percent approval rating. Really? That’s like posting a math quiz on the fridge where you got a D+. “I spelled my name right!”

Jeff Sessions testified again as part of the Russia investigation. And at one point, he was questioned about his stance on marijuana. You know, cuz it’s a little odd when a guy’s anti-weed, but seems to “forget” every conversation he’s ever had.

Another big story right now is this Roy Moore scandal. And get this — there’s apparently a “creep list” of men in Congress known for inappropriate sexual behavior. And if you’re a congressman who has to ask if you’re on it — you’re on it.


Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Tuesday Night, November 14

President Trump is home. He returned home tonight after a 12-day trip to Asia. He had such a good time, he already made a dinner reservation for tomorrow night at Panda Express.

The president was very impressed with himself. He said the treatment he got in Asia was red carpet. He knows they put a red carpet out for the puppy bowl, right?

 Donald Trump is back in Washington, where he has a lot of “Fox & Friends” to catch up on his DVR.

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee had a hearing to discussion whether President Trump should continue to have the sole authority to launch a nuclear weapon, or whether his iPad should have some parental controls put on it.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee on the subject of collusion with Russia. He was not forthcoming. Not since “Finding Dory” have I seen a character have this much trouble with their memory.

 
                                
 
    Late Night With Seth Meyers
  Tuesday Night, November 14

According to a national poll, only 16 percent of Americans believe that Republican Alabama candidate Roy Moore should stay in the Senate race following allegations of sexual misconduct with teenagers. 16 percent, or as Moore calls it, “old enough percent.”

A Florida man is refusing to give up his “emotional support squirrel” even though his condo association is threatening to evict him. Of course it’s stressful times like these when the comforting embrace of a squirrel helps the most.

Nestle is recalling its Hot Pockets Four Cheese Pizza Snack Bites due to misbranding. They’ll be re-released with the corrected name, Scalding Hot Yet Somehow Still Frozen in the Middle Pockets.

 


 
 




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