In Stephen Colbert’s latest monologue, the comedian focuses on Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi fiasco, which was pulled by the company after a mere 24 hours. Colbert hilariously goes through scene-by-scene, pointing out each absurdity.
He begins, “It starts with a throng of beautiful, multi-ethnic people protesting in the streets of, I’m gonna guess Newport, Rhode Island. So far, we don’t know what has caused all of America’s hot extras to take to the streets."
The host then goes on to slam the ad's "Join the Conversation" protest signs, "the most corporate message ever," the cute boy who thinks its a good idea to bring a cello to a protest, and the moment that Kendall throws her wig at her assistant. Finally, Colbert finishes with an interpretation of Pepsi's "Live For Now" tagline.
Colbert also discusses both Trump and Bill O’Reilly’s sexual assault allegations, as well as Ivanka Trump’s personal definition of what it means to be complicit.
In other news, it’s now illegal in Russia to share this “gay clown” image of Vladimir Putin.