As the scattered landscape has us increasingly clustered in niches, even institutions like late-night are becoming platforms for some rather than all.
Jay Leno theorized on Wednesday that viewers in the Trump era seem to want politics from late-night television.
This country needs someone like him, not in a political office or to hang our hopes on, but to relax with, share a laugh with, and be reminded of the common humanity and strength of our culture.
Jimmy Kimmel’s interview will not make the point that we should all expect better of the president, or hold up fidelity as an expected norm in marriage.
Late night hosts like Jimmy Kimmel are substituting political diatribes for monologues. In totally unrelated news, their viewership is steadily declining.
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