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There's nothing like asking a big question as you stare up at the stars. Truth is, the only thing better than that is when you can ask a big question with an even bigger star. 

If you agree, then has Stephen Colbert have a segment for you. It's called "Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars." 

On this installment, Stephen sits down with Deadpool himself and discusses Green LanternAvatar, and peeing in a public urinal.

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Donald Trump managed to make another splash on the hysterical Twitter scene yesterday after a couple weeks of surprising silence, by butchering an attempt at paying homage to the Irish in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Naturally, Stephen Colbert capitalized on the slip-up by reading more of the President's favorite (not so) Irish proverbs.

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Trumpcare isn't really going that well for the GOP. In addition to comparing health care and buying a cellphone, that reality-TV gameshow host asking everyone not to call it "Trumpcare." If that guy doesn't like it, I don't know what to say. 

Stephen Colbert broke it all down last night on The Late Show, and it all does kind of sound very Game of Thrones-y. 

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The Trump-Russia connection seems to get more complicated everyday, and with his recent go-nowhere distraction of Obama's wiretaps, it's going o be a while before we get to the bottom of it. 

Luckily, Stephen Colbert doesn't have to go through the same vetting process that our legal system does. He can just look at the situation and connect the dots as they fall. 

Where do they land? With a whole bunch of P on top of Trump. But I guess that should shock no one. 

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It's been a rough, I don't know, eternity since that reality-TV gameshow host became president. And in that time, we've seen an uptick in hatecrimes, a bunch of unanswered questions about Russia, and a president who thinks "fake news" means "I disagree." 

That's why, last night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Jon Stewart emerged from his home beneath Colbert's desk to deliver a message to the media on how to deal with all this: Do your jobs. 

It's good to have the old boy back. 

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I don't know about you, but I love Bryan Singer's The Usual Suspects. Easily one of his best films, if not one of the best movies of the 90s — and Gremlins 2: The New Batch came out in the 90s. 

Ok. So it isn't as good as Gremlins 2, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy this quick parody of the movie from Stephen Colbert. 

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