Late Night TV Shows Take Aim At Trump, Score Well In Ratings

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Host Alex Trebek Raps 'Jeopardy!' Category

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Hampton University President Says 'The Quad' Doesn't Correctly Represent HBCUs

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'The Good Fight' Offers Edgier Version of 'The Good Wife' In Series Debut

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Judd Apatow On His Characters: 'If Everyone Is Mature, There Is No Comedy'

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A red-eyed tree frog found in the jungle in Costa Rica. Emma Napper/BBC America hide caption

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Nature's Ready For Her Close-Up: 'Planet Earth II' Returns In Ultra High-Def

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Galifianakis' character, Chip Baskets, has moved back home to Bakersfield, Calif., after dropping out of clown school. Frank Ockenfels/FX hide caption

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Zach Galifianakis Says 'Baskets' Isn't For Everyone, 'And That Was The Point'

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Rachel and Nick smooch in a highly realistic, tooooootally normal romantic situation on The Bachelor. Spoiler alert: He isn't going to pick her, because she's the next Bachelorette. Mark Coffey/ABC hide caption

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The Purely Accidental Lessons Of The First Black 'Bachelorette'

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This is not a photo of Stephen Colbert answering the questions we planned to ask Lena Dunham, but rather, testifying before the House Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security and International Law subcommittee in September 2010. His face kind of looked the same, though. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Not My Job: We Ask Stephen Colbert 3 Questions Meant For Lena Dunham

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Tom and Dick Smothers battled with CBS censors over the content of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. AP hide caption

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50 Years Later, The Biting Satire Of 'The Smothers Brothers' Still Resonates

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John Oliver speaks at Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs" in New York in 2015. Charles Sykes/AP hide caption

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John Oliver On Facts, Donald Trump And The Supreme Court For Dogs

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Syd (Rachel Keller) and David (Dan Stevens) find themselves at the end of their tether in Legion. Chris Large/FX hide caption

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The Stylish FX Series 'Legion' Suffers From A Split Personality

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