- What is the TikTok drink and can you still get it? Thursday 9:27 PM
- “Party, Party, Party” TikTok meme grapples with party culture Thursday 8:43 PM
- Baby Yoda was just added to Sims 4 Thursday 7:54 PM
- Religious conservatives petition Netflix to pull ‘gay Jesus’ Christmas comedy Thursday 7:19 PM
- Kylie Jenner criticized for yet another expensive car post Thursday 5:57 PM
- Apex Legends became a major Pornhub search in 2019 Thursday 5:15 PM
- CBS accidentally interviewed InfoWars host as regular Trump supporter Thursday 4:31 PM
- TLC accused of fatphobia, fetishization with show about ‘mixed-weight’ couples Thursday 3:41 PM
- Betting odds show KSI could fight FaZe Sensei, Jake Paul, or Justin Bieber next Thursday 3:20 PM
- Nick Cannon releases another thirsty Eminem diss track Thursday 2:59 PM
- Dogs at polling stations are helping bark out the vote in the U.K. Thursday 1:00 PM
- Streamers dominated Pornhub searches in 2019 Thursday 12:59 PM
- Pro and anti-boot factions emerge in wake of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer Thursday 12:31 PM
- The ‘Rise of Skywalker’ press tour has turned into a rehash of ‘The Last Jedi’ Thursday 12:18 PM
- What’s in a TikTok username? Thursday 12:00 PM
Stephen Colbert shells out great advice on ‘Ask a Grown Man’ series
There’s not a hint of truthiness to be seen.
We’re going to miss Stephen Colbert‘s over-the-top character when he ends The Colbert Report at the end of the year, but as we found out, Stephen Colbert the person is proving to be pretty awesome too.
He recently appeared on Rookie’s “Ask a Grown Man” series, something he’s wanted to do for awhile, and he’s surprisingly insightful as he takes questions from teen girls with not a hint of truthiness to be seen.
The girls throw out tough questions about teenage boys making rape jokes and how to tell when someone likes you. While nothing Colbert says with is particularly ground-breaking, his dorky manner and common sense answers are almost refreshing, even if you don’t agree with some of them.
“One nice definition of love, I think, is that another person’s happiness is more important than your own,” he said. “And some early signs of that is that they want to make your day better.”
If this is a small preview of what’s to come on The Late Show, then sign me up.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.