John Oliver: How I'm Hosting "Last Week Tonight" In Isolation

The host of “Last Week Tonight” on HBO checks in with Stephen Colbert to share some tips he’s learned after two weeks of working from home, like how it’s OK to wear stained sweatpants. #Colbert #StephenAtHome #JohnOliver

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43 thoughts on “John Oliver: How I'm Hosting "Last Week Tonight" In Isolation

  1. re-watching this after over a year of "Late Night at home" and similar shows without an audience, it's amazing how awkward Steven was in the beginning. He's gotten SO good with it later on.

  2. Bill Maher did not handle having no audience…very difficult for him. Stephen didn’t handle it well in the beginning but got better. Bill never did. But John was fine from the beginning. When he was in the studio, I always thought he did not have patience for the applause that interrupted him. So I think he prefers this.

  3. I live in Japan (not ethnically Japanese but I've lived here about 1/4 of my life and studied Japanese back home for another 1/4, hoping to be a naturalized citizen one day), and honestly the part of this video that most offended me was not the part Stephen and John probably think, but rather the implication at 5:20 that not wearing shoes in the house is not the norm 😉

  4. As a British person I found the threats of physical violence at a gig the funniest. The free fringe festival in Edinburgh has truly mad shit occur during it that is for certain

  5. Cold Bear is worth over 75 million dollars. His yearly take is 15 million. He has no idea how the average American lives and struggles. He has no idea how important it is for the average American to have a strong country where we can work and be safe. He, and those like him, sow division and hatred further damaging the world we live in. His world remains safe, rich and protected.

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