‘Orange Is The New Black’: Watch The First Scene From Season 2

Look who’s gone crazy.

“Orange Is The New Black” is set to premiere in June and by the look of the first scene from Season 2, our favorite female inmates might be slowly losing their minds. After last year’s finale ended with Piper’s bloody beat down of Pennsatucky during the Christmas pageant, it’s clear that our main convict is serving out her punishment in a decidedly solitary way. And all that alone time has helped Piper unearth her artistic side.



Stephen Colbert’s Latest ‘Better Know A District’ Gets A Little Uncomfortably Porny

After watching Stephen Colbert’s latest edition of “Better Know A District,” there’s really only one thing you can say about Congressman Tony Cárdenas of California’s 29th: he’s an extremely good sport.

Watch the ridiculous segment above where Colbert questions Cárdenas on everything from immigration to chicken to porn, and keep a sharp eye out for when the congressman can’t hold in his laughter anymore, because it’s adorable.



Chris Christie Slams David Letterman, Gives A Shout-Out To Stephen Colbert

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) slammed “Late Show” host David Letterman Wednesday, pledging his allegiance to Letterman’s successor, Stephen Colbert.

The jab came after Letterman made another fat joke about Christie, mocking him for being named Father of the Year by the National Father’s Day/Mother’s Day Council.

(See a clip from Letterman above.)

Christie tweeted he wouldn’t miss Letterman’s jokes, and included the hashtag #ColbertNation:

Oh @letterman, I’m really gonna miss your fat jokes. Wait, no I’m not. #ColbertNation pic.twitter.com/oRZIhMg7ig

— Governor Christie (@GovChristie) April 23, 2014

But Colbert, currently the host of the Comedy Central show “The Colbert Report,” hasn’t been so friendly to Christie in the past. He recently criticized the governor over the Bridgegate scandal, and in November 2013, Colbert called out Christie for staying coy about a presidential run.

Colbert appeared on the “Late Show” Tuesday for the first time since CBS announced that he’d take over hosting duties from David Letterman next year.




Colbert Mocks Fox News Host’s Ridiculous Earth Day Comments

Stephen Colbert learned his lesson from Fox News’ coverage of Earth Day.

The host played clips of Fox News pundits reporting on a study that found ethanol could be worse for the environment in the short-term than burning gasoline, and mocked their apparent gloating at the news.

“We already know that wind power separates migrating geese into bird pepperoni,” Colbert joked. “So it’s only a matter of time now before we learn that solar power relies on clubbing baby seals — those shiny panels are made from the gleam in their eyes.”

He said the ethanol study was the latest evidence that people should “forget planting trees and picking up litter. We should all celebrate like Fox News’ Eric Bolling.” Bolling said Monday that he celebrates Earth Day by “[turning] up the heat or the air conditioning… and I spark up the 90000 BTU barbecue and cook up some steaks.”

“Way to stick it to the greenies, Eric,” Colbert concluded. “I would hate to be the dumba-s who has to pay this guy’s utilities bills.”