Every day under self-isolation and social distancing is starting to feel a bit like hump day—at least, that’s how Stephen Colbert feels. He said so during his at-home monologue on The Late Show on Wednesday, during which he tumbled down a manic rabbit hole about the origin of the word “quarantine” and how it relates to quarters also being called “bits.” (It’s a whole thing.) Anyway, on his 20th day of isolation, Colbert finally took heed to his followers’ request to ditch the suit. Dressed down in a blazer and an open-collared shirt, the late-night host said he was “gradually getting more casual.” “By May, I’ll be wearing nothing more than two band-aids and a grin,” he joked. All the other hosts have maintained a casual approach on their shows now that they’re all filming from the comforts of their homes. Even former Vice President Joe Biden went tie-less for his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday. Read on for more of the best moments of late night last night below. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Just days after appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live , Democratic hopeful Joe Biden kept up his 2020 election campaign… Read full this story
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