This is the list of episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that aired in 2016.

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  • This is the list of episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that aired in 2016. (en)
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  • Offerman discusses Good Clean Fun. Gretzky discusses 99: Stories of the Game and his career. Spurlock discusses Rats NYC.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Hayes discusses An Act of God. Decker discusses Grace and Frankie and her modelling career. Black discusses his comedy career.
  • Hiddleston discusses I Saw the Light and his education, in addition to performing a duet of "I Saw the Light" with Colbert. Benanti discusses She Loves Me and Supergirl. Frightened Rabbit performed "Get Out" from their album Painting of a Panic Attack.
  • Strahan discusses football and his clothing line. Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Bee discusses Full Frontal. Wilco performed "Random Name Generator" from their album Star Wars.
  • Second live episode during the RNC. A cameo appearance by Laura Benanti as Melania Trump. Key discusses Don't Think Twice and the presidential race. Hahn discusses Bad Moms. Nice As Fuck performed a medley from their album Nice as F*#k.
  • Wheel of News . Paulson discusses The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Maslany discusses Orphan Black. Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, Jared Grimes gave a Jazz-tap-jookin' performance, with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Jon Batiste and Stay Human providing accompaniment.
  • Another football-based sketch with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. O'Reilly discusses the presidential race and Killing Reagan. George discusses Chicago. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performed "White Privilege II" from their album This Unruly Mess I've Made.
  • Nile Rodgers provided musical accompaniment. Hawke discusses The Magnificent Seven. Meadows discusses Son of Zorn. Wilco performed "Someone to Lose" from their album Schmilco.
  • Wednesday Night Thursday Night Football Promo. Noah discusses Born a Crime. Iverson discusses his induction into the Hall of Fame. Gethard discusses The Chris Gethard Show.
  • Kaling discusses The Mindy Project and takes a shopping stroll. Owen discusses The Gary Owen Show and his life in the Navy. Sum 41 performed "Fake My Own Death" from their album 13 Voices.
  • A cameo appearance from Pedro Martínez. George Clinton, Bootsy Collins and Bernie Worrell provided musical accompaniment. Perry discusses The Odd Couple. Offerman discusses Gumption. Community Calendar: Minooka, Illinois with Nick Offerman. Explosions in the Sky performed "Disintegration Anxiety" from their album The Wilderness.
  • The Big Furry Hat Speaks. Rose, King and O'Donnell discuss the upcoming Republican and Democratic national conventions. Mckesson discusses the Black Lives Matter movement. McFarlane gave a stand-up performance.
  • Skarsgård discusses The Legend of Tarzan and his Swedish heritage. Leggero discusses Another Period. Ziggy Marley performed "Weekend's Long" from his album Ziggy Marley.
  • Bomer discusses The Nice Guys. Woods discusses Silicon Valley, in addition to playing the trumpet with Colbert. Friday Night Fights featuring Keith Olbermann. Griffin gave a stand-up performance.
  • Paula Robison provided musical accompaniment. Linney discusses Genius. Leguizamo discusses Bloodline. Piano One-O-Fun with Jon Batiste. Gary Clark, Jr. performed "Cold Blooded" from his album The Story of Sonny Boy Slim, with Jon Batiste and Stay Human providing accompaniment.
  • Stephen Colbert Takes the Gloves Off. Cranston discusses The Infiltrator. The Late Show Presents: Too Much Exposition Theatre with Bryan Cranston. Phillips discusses Vice Principals. Blink-182 performed "Bored to Death" from their album California.
  • Pratt discusses The Magnificent Seven and his early life as a salesman. Bakula discusses NCIS: New Orleans and his career, in addition to giving a musical performance with Jon Batiste and Stay Human. Frederik the Great, the World's Most Beautiful Horse, makes an appearance.
  • Monologue Remix with Skrillex and Chance the Rapper. Law discusses Genius. Ping Pong Eyeball Acting with Jude Law. Reedus discusses Ride with Norman Reedus. Hundred Waters performed "Show Me Love", featuring Skrillex and Chance the Rapper.
  • First Drafts. Quinto discusses Star Trek Beyond. Lyonne discusses Orange Is the New Black. 2 Chainz discusses Most Expensivest Shit. The Late Show Three Legged Race with MitchFlowerPower, Stephen Colbert and the Columbia University Men's 4 × 400 Metres Relay Team.
  • The Road to the White House: Kids Edition. Gad discusses The Angry Birds Movie and his Floridian heritage. Jacobs discusses Love and Don't Think Twice. Band of Horses performed "Casual Party" from their album Why Are You OK.
  • The Road to the White House. Cuoco discusses The Big Bang Theory. Savage discusses Savage Love. Stephen Colbert's Star Signs. The National performed "Morning Dew" from their album Day of the Dead.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Bee discusses Full Frontal and the presidential race. Elliott discusses Better Off Single and receives/destroys her wedding gift. Butterfield discusses Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
  • Stephen draws diagrams. Radcliffe discusses Swiss Army Man. Lopez discusses Lopez. A conversation about net neutrality with Tim Wu on a roller coaster. Hinds performed "Garden" from their album Leave Me Alone.
  • James discusses The Divergent Series: Allegiant. Smollett discusses Empire and his career stories. An appearance from T. J. Miller. Anderson discusses Heart of a Dog, in addition to performing a composition for dogs.
  • A new intro by Jonze. The Road to the White House. Jonze discusses Viceland. Morgan discusses The Good Wife and his personal pursuits. Jack Garratt performed "Worry" from his album Phase.
  • A sketch with Scott Bakula . Hemsworth discusses Independence Day: Resurgence. Stephen Colbert's Beast Reality. Gasteyer discusses Lady Dynamite. Mecurio gave a stand-up performance.
  • Springsteen discusses his life stories, his autobiography Born to Run, and its companion album Chapter and Verse. The Late Show celebrates Springsteen's 67th birthday.
  • First Drafts. Grammer discusses Finding Neverland. Armisen discusses Portlandia and reviews Foghat wine with Colbert. McDaniel discusses her cover role on the first non-nude issue of Playboy. Ty Segall and The Muggers performed "Candy Sam" from their album Emotional Mugger.
  • Special live episode focusing on the 2016 Republican National Convention. "Christmas in July". Stephen travels into the woods to meet up with Jon Stewart and inform him that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee. Stephen Colbert, former host of The Colbert Report, returns to television to do a special segment of "The Wørd" with "Trumpiness". Saldana discusses Star Trek Beyond. The Hungry for Power Games: Republican National Convention Edition. An Important Lookback with Sam Waterston from the Hall of Importance.
  • First Drafts. Tomlin discusses Grace and Frankie. Late Show Blanket Fort with Lily Tomlin. Nanjiani discusses Silicon Valley. Friday Night Fights . Hamilton gave a stand-up performance.
  • Slater discusses Mr. Robot. Geere discusses You're the Worst. Lewis discusses March. All three guests participate in crowd surfing with Colbert at the conclusion of their interviews.
  • The Road to the White House. Brody discusses Backtrack and art. Gurira discusses The Walking Dead, Familiar and Eclipsed. Greene discusses the first observation of gravitational waves.
  • A tribute to Muhammad Ali . Corden discusses his hosting duties at the 70th Tony Awards. Speedman discusses Animal Kingdom. Death Cab for Cutie performed "No Room in Frame" from their album Kintsugi.
  • Krasinski discusses 13 Hours. Killer Mike discusses social activism. Church discusses genetic engineering. Foals performed "Mountain at My Gates" from their album What Went Down.
  • Freeman discusses Madam Secretary. Light discusses Transparent. Jimmy Eat World performed "Sure and Certain" from their album Integrity Blues.
  • The Road to the White House. Meloni discusses Underground and his personal pursuits. Piano One-O-Fun with Jon Batiste. Byers discusses his Medal of Honor action. Ray LaMontagne performed "Hey, No Pressure" from his album Ouroboros.
  • Heaton discusses The Middle and Catholicism. Jones discusses his youth. Mckesson discusses activism and race issues. Grace performed "You Don't Own Me" from her EP Memo.
  • The O'Jays provided musical accompaniment. A performance by the USA Freedom Grown-ups. Dornan discusses Anthropoid. Muñoz discusses Hamilton. Gladwell discusses Revisionist History.
  • Third live episode during the RNC. Wyclef Jean provided musical accompaniment. Mark Cuban Takes the Gloves Off and joins the Stop Trump movement. Late Show Trump or False. Goldwyn discusses Scandal. Cuban discusses Shark Tank. Black discusses the presidential race.
  • Connick Jr. discusses his New Orleans heritage and musical career. DuVernay discusses Queen Sugar. Grouplove performed "Welcome to Your Life" from their album Big Mess.
  • Munn discusses Ride Along 2. Piano One-O-Fun with Jon Batiste. Miller plays skeleton hands with Colbert. Father John Misty performed "Holy ***" from his album I Love You, Honeybear.
  • Ahmed discusses The Night Of. Pascal discusses Narcos. Angel Olsen performed "Shut Up Kiss Me" from her album My Woman.
  • The Werd: "What The F". Davis discusses Suicide Squad. Helberg discusses Florence Foster Jenkins, in addition to giving a piano performance with Jon Batiste. Declan McKenna performed "Brazil".
  • A musical number from On Your Feet!. Rogen discusses Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, in addition to playing the didgeridoo with Colbert. Not at the Movies with Gil Peaches. Ritter discusses Jessica Jones. Wolf Parade performed a medley from their eponymous EP.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Maher discusses the presidential race and the shooting of Dallas police officers. Williams discusses Black Market. Parquet Courts performed "Captive of the Sun" from their album Human Performance.
  • Midnight Confessions: Twitter Edition. Kruger discusses Disorder. Muhammad discusses her fencing career, in addition to fencing with Colbert. Normand gave a stand-up performance.
  • A few musical numbers from Fiddler on the Roof. The Road to the White House. Teigen discusses Cravings and demonstrates one of her recipes. Birbiglia discusses Thank God for Jokes. Savage discusses MythBusters and busts a myth with Colbert.
  • Stephen Colbert's Tinfoil Hat. Cooper discusses his coverage of the Olympics and the presidential race. Ramírez discusses Hands of Stone. Kip Moore performed "Wild Ones" from his album of the same name.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions: Twitter Edition. Sanders discusses his ongoing presidential campaign. Dano discusses Swiss Army Man. Rascal Flatts performed "I Like the Sound of That" from their album Rewind.
  • Alba discusses The Honest Company. Whitford discusses Other People. Takei discusses the Star Trek franchise.
  • Special live episode after the vice presidential debate. Melissa Etheridge provided musical accompaniment. Leguizamo discusses the presidential race and his Latin American heritage. Oteri discusses Those Who Can't and the presidential race. Tompkins discusses Bajillion Dollar Propertie$.
  • Stephen Colbert Takes the Gloves Off. Plaza discusses Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. Not at the Movies with Gil Peaches. Dancy discusses The Path. Zimmern and Colbert enjoy regional cuisine.
  • Bernie Sanders Promposals. Pine discusses The Finest Hours. Brooks discusses The Color Purple. Reider discusses his restaurant. Baauer performed "Day Ones" from his album Aa.
  • Jackson discusses The Hateful Eight. Stephen Joins the League of Kitchens. Hallisey demonstrates her invention.
  • Special live episode focusing on the 2016 Democratic National Convention. "Death, Taxes, Hillary". The Hungry for Power Games: Democratic National Convention Edition. Janney discusses Tallulah. Weiner discusses the presidential race. Ryan Adams performed "Oh My Sweet Carolina" from his album Heartbreaker.
  • The Late Show Thing-O-Meter. Malek discusses Mr. Robot. Sumpter and Sawyers discuss Southside with You. Diana Gordon performed "Woman".
  • Wilde discusses Vinyl and her other projects. Amanpour discusses her career in journalism. A special rendition of "Blackbird" by Jon Batiste.
  • The Late Show Blanket Fort with the First Lady. Obama discusses her life in the White House and the "Let Girls Learn" initiative. Ferrera discusses Superstore.
  • Stephen Colbert's Just the Tip. Margulies, Baranski and Czuchry discuss The Good Wife. Azaria discusses Dry Powder and his voice work. Late Show In or Out with Isaac Mizrahi. Knight discusses Shoe Dog and Nike.
  • The Big Furry Hat Hath Spoken. Ferguson discusses his American identity and Join or Die. Clauson & Graham discuss their cover roles on the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Booker discusses United. Waites plays darts with Colbert and Ferguson.
  • The Road to the White House. Johnson discusses A Bigger Splash. Stan discusses Captain America: Civil War. Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real performed "Something Real" from their eponymous album.
  • Stephen Colbert's Digital Doo. Driver discusses Midnight Special. Bloom discusses Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The Big Furry Hat Speaks Again. Savages performed "Adore" from their album Adore Life.
  • Hammer discusses The Birth of a Nation. Vonn discusses Strong Is the New Beautiful. Gustavo Dudamel with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra gave an orchestral performance.
  • Highlights of The Late Shows DNC coverage in the past week.
  • Wilmore discusses The Nightly Show and his performance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Noth discusses White Girl, his career and his mother. Sampha performed "Blood on Me" from his album Process.
  • Fourth live episode during the RNC. Jon Stewart briefly takes over the hosting duty. Warren discusses the presidential race. Eichner discusses Difficult People and the convention.
  • Sudeikis discusses The Angry Birds Movie. The Late Show Interview Pit with Jason Sudeikis. Weatherly discusses NCIS. Kelly discusses Megyn Kelly Presents.
  • Wayne Shorter provided musical accompaniment. A segment with Clinton. The Road to the White House. Ferguson discusses Fully Committed. McPhee discusses Scorpion. Simpson and Colbert performed a song for the Waffle House jukebox. Simpson also performed "Brace for Impact " from his album A Sailor's Guide to Earth.
  • Wheel of News. Kendrick discusses her career, in addition to performing "They Say It's Wonderful" with Colbert. They also discuss DonorsChoose, with appearances from Charles Best, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jack Dorsey, Tim Ferriss, Craig Newmark, John King, Jr., Torrey Smith, Russell Simmons and Dwight Howard. Lynch discusses the current state of law in the United States. Brian Fallon performed "A Wonderful Life" from his album Painkillers.
  • Friday Night Fights featuring John Hodgman. Handler discusses Chelsea Does. The Road to the White House. Mamet discusses Girls. The Lumineers performed "Ophelia" from their album Cleopatra.
  • Penn discusses Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff and sends his first tweet. Foster discusses Younger. Regina Spektor performed "Bleeding Heart" from her album Remember Us to Life.
  • Smith discusses Suicide Squad. Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars . Lerman discusses Indignation. Tony Bennett performed "This Is All I Ask". The Late Show celebrates Bennett's 90th birthday.
  • Hart discusses The Secret Life of Pets. The Late Show Maybe Coming Soon with Kevin Hart. Schilling discusses Orange Is the New Black. RuPaul discusses his life as a drag performer.
  • Life Hacked. Martin & Brickell discuss Bright Star. MacLaine discusses Above the Line, My 'Wild Oats' Adventure and her career stories. Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic gave an orchestral performance of Fanfare for the Common Man.
  • The Road to the White House. O'Reilly discusses the presidential race. Chestnut discusses Rosewood. Deerhunter performed "Living My Life" from their album Fading Frontier.
  • An interview with Cartoon Donald Trump. Stonestreet discusses Confirmation and Modern Family. Jones discusses The Detour. Warren discusses the presidential race.
  • The Road to the White House. Sarandon discusses The Meddler and the presidential race. Tennant discusses Richard II. Lesser Sponsors Roundup. Catfish and the Bottlemen performed "Soundcheck" from their album The Ride.
  • The Hungry for Power Games . McGraw discusses his series. The Duplasses discuss Togetherness. Dyson discusses The Black Presidency and the presidential race. Anderson Paak and The Free Nationals gave a performance from Paak's album Malibu.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. McCarthy and Falcone discuss The Boss and their life as a couple. Smooshed with Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone. Huffington discusses The Sleep Revolution. Babymetal performed "Gimme Chocolate!!" from their album Babymetal.
  • Lynch discusses Angel from Hell. Castro discusses his political career. EL VY performed "Return to the Moon" from their album of the same name and close the show by performing "Let's Dance" in tribute to David Bowie.
  • The Hungry for Power Games . Mirren discusses Eye in the Sky. Abrams discusses 10 Cloverfield Lane. DMA'S performed "Delete" from their album Hills End.
  • Kendrick and Rockwell discuss Mr. Right. Duchovny discusses Bucky F&%@cking Dent. Colbert takes another meeting. Unused Prop Theater. Autolux performed "Soft Scene" from their album Pussy's Dead.
  • Friday Night Fights featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson and Arianna Huffington. Cannavale discusses Vinyl. Deutsch discusses advertising. Charles Kelley performed the title track of his album The Driver.
  • Brokaw discusses his coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics, the Brexit referendum, and A Lucky Life Interrupted. The Late Show New York Tales with Paul F. Tompkins, Arianna Huffington and William H. Macy. Sara & Erin Foster discuss Barely Famous. Bibi Bourelly performed "Perfect" from her EP Free the Real, featuring Earl St. Clair.
  • Jones discusses Angie Tribeca. Diggs discusses Hamilton. Franklin gave a stand-up performance. The Struts performed "Kiss This" from their album Everybody Wants.
  • McAvoy discusses X-Men: Apocalypse and his Scottish heritage. Audience Mind Reading with James McAvoy. Swardson discusses The Do-Over. Greene discusses the hypernova.
  • Bill Walton was the announcer. Simmons discusses The Meddler. Stern Father Finally Praises You . Krakowski discusses Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Unsung Heroes . Wallace discusses Fox News Sunday and his career.
  • The Late Show Vice Presidential Draft Preview. Bratt discusses The Infiltrator. Corddry discusses Ballers. The Late Show Celebrity Pet Peeves. The Shelters performed "Rebel Heart" from their album The Shelters.
  • What Donald Trump Did On My Summer Vacation. Schumer discusses The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo. Hardwick discusses Power. Watkins discusses Casual.
  • Blunt discusses The Girl on the Train. García Bernal discusses Desierto. Phantogram performed "You Don't Get Me High Anymore" from their album Three.
  • The Hungry for Power Games . Hoult discusses Equals. Turturro discusses The Night Of. Baier discusses the upcoming Republican National Convention. Young Greatness performed "Moolah" from his album I Tried to Tell Em 2, featuring DJ Holiday, with Jon Batiste and Stay Human providing accompaniment.
  • The Late Show Dog Show. The Hungry for Power Games . Hudson discusses her kids and Pretty Happy and plays "Did You Mean" with Colbert. Kasich discusses his presidential campaign. Courtney Barnett performed "Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party" from her album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions: Twitter Edition. Louis-Dreyfus discusses Veep. Coster-Waldau discusses Game of Thrones. Friday Night Fights featuring Thomas Lennon. Sam Morril gave a stand-up performance.
  • Duchovny discusses Aquarius. Late Show Blanket Fort with David Duchovny. Tveit discusses BrainDead. Colbert sails with Oracle Team USA. Koblikov gave a juggling performance.
  • The Road to the White House. Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Messing discusses The Mysteries of Laura and her acting career. Quinto discusses Smokefall. Violent Femmes performed "Memory" from their album We Can Do Anything.
  • Seinfeld gave a stand-up performance. Paul discusses his presidential campaign. Andra Day performed "Rise Up" from her album Cheers to the Fall.
  • Ross discusses Black-ish. Late Show Polite Reminder. Rannells discusses his mid-western heritage. Mac Miller performed "Dang!" from his album The Divine Feminine, featuring Anderson Paak, with Jon Batiste and Stay Human providing musical accompaniment.
  • Brolin discusses Hail, Caesar!. Dickerson discusses Face the Nation. Brockovich discusses the Flint water crisis. Aubrie Sellers performed "Light of Day" from her album New City Blues.
  • Stephen Colbert's Hot Takes. Slater discusses Mr. Robot. Radnor discusses Mercy Street. Iggy Pop & Josh Homme performed "Gardenia" from their album Post Pop Depression.
  • Roy Haynes provided musical accompaniment. Colbert pays tribute to Prince. Hanks discusses A Hologram for the King. On Your Mark, Get Set, Act with Tom Hanks and Stephen Colbert. Odom discusses Hamilton. The Strumbellas performed "Spirits" from their album Hope.
  • The Werd: Double Vision. Krasinski discusses The Hollars, in addition to having a vomit-off with Colbert. Brody discusses StartUp. St. Paul & the Broken Bones performed "All I Ever Wonder" from their album Sea of Noise.
  • The Road to the White House. Kaling discusses The Mindy Project. Burgess discusses Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Burns discusses Jackie Robinson.
  • Second live episode during the DNC. On-air interview with Senator Cory Booker. An interview with Cartoon Hillary Clinton. Daniels discusses Godless. Youssef discusses Democracy Handbook and the presidential race. AURORA performed "I Went Too Far" from her album All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend.
  • Special live episode airing after Super Bowl 50. On-air interview with Jim Nantz and Super Bowl MVP Von Miller. Fey & Robbie discuss Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Ferrell discusses "rare animals". A football-based sketch with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Kelly discusses the presidential race and her feud with Donald Trump.
  • Friday Night Fights featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, who also discusses Planet Nine. Tyler discusses rock music, his new country album and his charity. Hoffmann discusses Transparent. Låpsley performed "Falling Short" from her album Long Way Home.
  • Fishburne discusses Black-ish. Laurence's Fish Burns. Life Hacked. Novacek discusses the titanosaur. Lake Street Dive performed "Call Off Your Dogs" from their album Side Pony.
  • Highlights of The Late Shows RNC coverage in the past week . Saunders discusses Absolutely Fabulous and the film based on the series. Kahaney gave a stand-up performance.
  • Late Show Secret Netflix Codes. Day discusses It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The Road to the SuperShow. Hanks discusses Life in Pieces. Margo Price performed "Hurtin' " from her album Midwest Farmer's Daughter.
  • Gosling & Crowe discuss The Nice Guys. Mueller discusses Waitress, in addition to performing "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" with Colbert. Animal Collective performed "FloriDada" from their album Painting With.
  • The Big Furry Hat Speaks. Lane discusses The Cherry Orchard. King discusses The Birth of a Nation. Mitra gave a stand-up performance.
  • The Road to the White House. Beckinsale discusses Love & Friendship. Novak discusses stories from his youth. Desiigner performed "Panda".
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Lovato & Jonas discuss the Future Now Tour. Ryan discusses Central Intelligence. Nick Jonas performed "Close" from his album Last Year Was Complicated.
  • Schwimmer discusses The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story and his friendship with Colbert. Osteen discusses The Power of I Am and Christianity. M. Ward performed "Confession" from his album More Rain.
  • Jon Batiste's PSA: Hey, White People! Nyong'o discusses Queen of Katwe and her African heritage. Wahlberg discusses Blue Bloods and goes crowd surfing with Colbert. John Prine performed "I'm Tellin' You" from his album For Better, or Worse, featuring Holly Williams.
  • The CBS Vault: The Twilight Zone – Just the Twists. Travolta and Vance discuss The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars . Cuddy discusses Presence and body language. John Moreland performed "Break My Heart Sweetly" from his album High on Tulsa Heat.
  • Field discusses Hello, My Name Is Doris and her career. Carmichael discusses The Carmichael Show. Esperanza Spalding performed "Good Lava" from her album Emily's D+Evolution.
  • Wheel of News. Daly discusses Madam Secretary. The CBS Vault: Sports. Nash discusses This Path Tonight and his musical career. Jason Isbell performed "If It Takes a Lifetime" from his album Something More Than Free.
  • Kaine discusses the presidential race. Hale discusses Veep. Car Seat Headrest performed "Fill in the Blank" from their album Teens of Denial.
  • Wheel of News. Cooper discusses Nothing Left Unsaid and the presidential race. Feuerstein discusses Royal Pains. Friday Night Fights . Gwen Stefani performed "Make Me Like You" from her album This Is What the Truth Feels Like.
  • The Hungry for Power Games . Mackie discusses Captain America: Civil War. Reiner discusses Being Charlie. Aldrin discusses No Dream is Too High. Buzz Aldrin's Moon Scoops. Maxwell performed "Lake by the Ocean" from his album blackSUMMERS'night.
  • Jimmy Heath and Tootie Heath provided musical accompaniment. Quaid discusses The Art of More. Walsh discusses Veep. Charles Bradley performed "Ain't It a Sin" from his album Changes.
  • Caplan discusses Now You See Me 2. Young discusses Earth and his view on genetically modified foods. Epps discusses Uncle Buck.
  • The Late Show Cultural Translations. Kemper discusses Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Fugit discusses Outcast. Trip to Waffle House with Sturgill Simpson.
  • O'Reilly discusses the Orlando nightclub shooting and Gun law in the United States. Stephen Colbert Takes the Gloves Off. Chlumsky discusses Veep. Aesop Rock performed "Dorks" from his album The Impossible Kid, featuring Yo La Tengo.
  • Byrne discusses Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Flay and Colbert cook chicken biscuits. Yankovic discusses his career, in addition to performing "Word Crimes" from his album Mandatory Fun. A tribute to Morley Safer.
  • Stephen Colbert's Just the Tip. Sheindlin discusses Judge Judy. Posen discusses the Met Gala. Bell discusses United Shades of America.
  • The Late Show 2016 Commencement Speech. Clarke discusses Game of Thrones and Me Before You. Appleby discusses Unreal. Cynthia Erivo performed musical numbers from The Color Purple.
  • Wheel of News. Leoni discusses Madam Secretary. Peet discusses Togetherness. Triumph discusses his new special and the presidential race.
  • Special live episode after the first presidential debate. Lowe discusses the presidential race. Penn discusses the presidential race and his career in the White House. Emma Willmann gave a stand-up performance.
  • Gordon-Levitt discusses Snowden. Brown discusses Stranger Things. The Head and the Heart performed "All We Ever Knew" from their album Signs of Light.
  • The Big Furry Hat. Weisz discusses Complete Unknown. Smith discusses Yoga Hosers. Feresten discusses Car Matchmaker.
  • Wilson discusses The Conjuring 2. King discusses CBS This Morning and her career. Johnson discusses his presidential campaign along with Weld, his running mate.
  • Donald Trump phones in from South Carolina. Longoria discusses Telenovela and acts out the presidential debate with Colbert. Jacobson & Glazer discuss Broad City and take Colbert to the "Happy Bagel Place". Lucinda Williams performed "Dust" from her album The Ghosts of Highway 20.
  • Oliver discusses his takes on Donald Trump and the FBI–Apple encryption dispute. Spieth discusses his golf season and teaches Colbert how to swing. New Order performed "Singularity" from their album Music Complete.
  • A special segment with President Obama. O'Reilly discusses the presidential race and Killing the Rising Sun. Park discusses Fresh Off the Boat. Bob Weir performed "Lay My Lily Down" from his album Blue Mountain.
  • Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Dr. Phil discusses his TV series. Cumming discusses You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams. Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam performed "A 1000 Times".
  • Aduba discusses Orange Is the New Black and her Nigerian heritage. Tyson discusses the strawberry moon. The Late Show Hollerin' Contest. Adia Victoria performed "Dead Eyes" from her album Beyond the Bloodhounds.
  • Arnett discusses Flaked. Late Show Blanket Fort . Barkley discusses golf and March Madness. Greenfield discusses Hello, My Name Is Doris.
  • Giamatti discusses Billions. The Big Furry Hat Speaks Again. Guerrilla Girls discuss feminism in the art world. Mauney gave a bull-riding performance.
  • The Big Furry Hat. Slattery discusses The Front Page. Stone discusses Snowden. Fisch gave a stand-up performance.
  • Cena discusses SummerSlam 2016. Late Show City Gym. Eastwood discusses Suicide Squad. Aaron Neville performed "Be Your Man" from his album Apache.
  • Third live episode during the DNC. D.M.C. provided musical accompaniment. The identical twin cousin of Stephen Colbert drops by. The Werd: "The Lesser of Two Evils". Oliver discusses the presidential race. Courtney discusses Suicide Squad. Charlamagne discusses the presidential race.
  • Stiller discusses Zoolander 2. Sanders discusses his presidential campaign. A performance by Drum Tao.
  • The Big Furry Hat: Father's Day Edition. Paul discusses The Path. Community Calendar: McCall, Idaho. Black discusses The Jim Gaffigan Show. Silversun Pickups performed "Circadian Rhythm" from their album Better Nature.
  • Stephen Colbert: White Mansplains. Williams discusses Blackbird. Huang discusses Huang's World. Bob Mould performed "The End of Things" from his album Patch the Sky.
  • The Late Show Money I've Already Spent Justification Theater. Burgess discusses Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Ross discusses Jeff Ross Roasts Cops. Richman discusses Secret Eats.
  • Fourth live episode during the DNC. Jacobson, Glazer and Goodwin discuss the presidential race. "The Last O'Malley Supporter" with Richard Kind. André discusses The Eric Andre Show and the presidential race. "What Is the Nicest Thing You Can Say About Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump?".
  • Lesser Pope-pologies. Love discusses the Cavaliers' championship season. Slate discusses The Secret Life of Pets. Dierks Bentley performed "Different for Girls" from his album Black, featuring Elle King.
  • Spader discusses The Blacklist and his eccentricity. Marshall discusses the postseason and his illness. Koenig discusses Serial. A kebab lesson with Rev. Run.
  • The Road to the White House. Spencer discusses The Divergent Series: Allegiant and her career. Stamos, Saget and Coulier discuss Fuller House, plus Full House Nights featuring Colbert. Lucius performed "Born Again Teen" from their album Good Grief.
  • Ronan discusses Brooklyn and accents. Stoppelman discusses Yelp. Ricciardi & Demos discuss Making a Murderer. James Bay performed "Let It Go" from his album Chaos and the Calm.
  • Goldberg discusses cannabis and Strut. Hall discusses When the Bough Breaks. Sullenberger discusses Sully and the "Miracle on the Hudson".
  • Stephen is upset about his BLT lacking tomatoes and goes to Rupert Jee to complain. This was Jee's first appearance on The Late Show following Letterman's retirement. Lewis discusses Billions. The Hungry for Power Games . Ferrerra discusses Superstore. The Floyd-Little Double Dutch Team gave a performance.
  • A special rendition of "Danny Boy". The Hungry for Power Games . Macy discusses Shameless and his career. Barely Restrained Sorrow Theater with William H. Macy. Rauch discusses The Bronze. Mizrahi discusses fashion designs.
  • Moretz discusses Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Couric discusses Under the Gun. The Big Furry Hat Speaks Again. Charlamagne discusses The Breakfast Club and his South Carolinian heritage.
  • "Friday Night Fights". Kelly discusses life in space. Wambach discusses soccer in America in addition to having a kick-off with Colbert. Bamford gave a stand-up performance.
  • Gunn discusses Equity. Lesser Sponsor Roundup. Dickerson discusses the presidential debates and Whistlestop. Giertz demonstrates her robots.
  • Jackson discusses The Legend of Tarzan. Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars . Klausner discusses Difficult People. Schoolboy Q performed "THat Part" from his album Blank Face LP.
  • First live episode. Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions. Broderick discusses his private life and his career, in addition to performing a duet of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" with Colbert. Parcak discusses space archaeology. Kacey Musgraves performed "Late to the Party" from her album Pageant Material.
  • Colbert visits Wrigley Field in support of the Chicago Cubs. Anderson discusses Black-ish and the Emmy Awards. Consuelos discusses Pitch and his life in New York City. The Kills performed "Impossible Tracks" from their album Ash & Ice.
  • The Road to the White House. The Hungry for Power Games . Affleck discusses Triple 9. Dreyfuss discusses Madoff and the Dreyfuss Initiative. Staples discusses her career, in addition to performing "Take Us Back" from her album Livin' on a High Note.
  • Arturo Sandoval provided musical accompaniment. An interview with Paul Ryan. Spacey discusses Elvis & Nixon. Middleditch discusses Silicon Valley. The Flaming Lips performed "Space Oddity".
  • The Road to the SuperShow. Rumfeld discusses his app and his politics. Westbrook discusses his game and his fashion. Jackson Browne performed "The Long Way Around" from his album Standing in the Breach.
  • An appearance from Bill Murray. Friday Night Fights featuring Paul F. Tompkins. Daniels discusses The Divergent Series: Allegiant and Blackbird. Community Calendar: Chelsea, Michigan with Colbert and Daniels. McDonald discusses Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill and Shuffle Along. Winstead discusses 10 Cloverfield Lane.
  • Friday Night Fights featuring Rob Riggle. Buscemi discusses Horace and Pete. John Kasich is upset by Fargo. Walker discusses his Southern roots and American Psycho. Walker and the cast of American Psycho performed "Selling Out".
  • Special live episode after the presidential debate. Laurie discusses Chance and the presidential race. Reiser discusses the presidential race. Silver discusses the presidential race.
  • Anderson discusses Black-ish. Levy & O'Hara discuss Schitt's Creek. Coldplay performed "Hymn for the Weekend" and "Up & Up" from their album A Head Full of Dreams.
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