Jimmy Kimmel’s bread-and-butter segment, Lie Witness News, is at its best during presidential campaigns, when there are lots of “serious” “issues” to discuss and no shortage of people who are uninformed about them. Kimmel sent his crew out to Hollywood Boulevard again this week and discovered that Donald Trump’s new pseudo-populist tax plan has a lot of support amongst Hillary-leaning, anti-Trump voters.
South Park delivered its highly anticipated episode addressing the Donald Trump “candidacy” for the “Republican” presidential nomination last night, and it was everything you thought it would be. Especially: violent.
Stephen Colbert and Donald Trump have both enjoyed successful careers playing exaggerated parodies of conservatives, so it makes sense that when they met on the Late Show Tuesday, this was the challenge: Who said it? Trump or Colbert?
On Wednesday’s Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and guest Hillary Clinton both got to try out their impressions, the former impersonating melted candle impersonator Donald Trump and the later pretending to be someone who tells jokes.
On last night's season premiere of the Celebrity Apprentice, Keshia Knight Pulliam (aka Rudy Hutxable on The Cosby Show), was the first contestant to be "fired" by Donald Trump in part because she refused to call up her 'ol TV dad for a charity donation.