Last Week Tonight

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What if bread could fart? The answer is clear: It can. And it does. Every day, all day, at one of the many Subways near you. For more on farts, and answers to other burning questions like “why are there so many Subways near me?” watch last night’s segment.
Here’s last night’s segment about Subway sandwiches and, as you may have guessed, Korean dramas:
The show starts in one minute! You reading this, John? Only 60 seconds left of sitting alone in the studio, buddy, then we’ll turn the lights on and let you do your little show! Haha, just kidding, he's not reading this, we don’t let him have a phone.
Tonight’s episode starts at 11:06! Which is weird because everyone knows our favorite time to start the show is 11:07??? We don't know who's responsible for this, but we'll obviously be needing to take next week off to get to the bottom of it. 11:06! Unbelievable.
Here's our piece from last night about electric utility…
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RIP John Oliver. There’s a new host in town, and we must obey it or be struck down. Watch John’s last moments here:
Here’s last night’s segment about utility companies, corporate monopolies, and a little test to see how well you know the property brothers:
The show starts now! And in keeping with tradition, we are perfectly on time. Some of you might think we are “late” because it’s 11:05. But we said earlier that the show would start at 11:05, and now it’s 11:05. So here we are. Punctual, correct, and very likable.
A new episode of Last Week Tonight starts at 11:05pm! And we’re not trying to get anyone’s hopes up, but if everything goes according to plan, John will be there. Yep! Pretty hard to book celebrity guests, but somehow we do it, week after week.
Here's our other piece from last night about the election in the Philippines that's taking place right…
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Here's our piece from last night on how Roe v. Wade looks set to be overturned, and what comes…
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And abortion funds like The Brigid Alliance and the Lilith Fund and Yellowhammer Fund offer help for those who are struggling financially. For more information on how we got here, and where we may be headed, you can find our full segment on the draft Supreme Court ruling above.
In the meantime, websites like can help you find clinics and appropriate resources.
As we mention in the piece, there is clearly a lot of work to do at the state and federal level, right now — and we need elected officials to stop tiptoeing around abortion rights and start taking steps to safeguard them.
Here’s last night’s segment on the impending overturning of Roe v. Wade:
Here’s our segment on today’s election in The Philippines, and its direct ties to Michael Jordan:
You better buckle up, because the show starts now! Which we mean in a strictly metaphorical sense. You should not watch TV while driving.
Tonight’s episode starts at 11pm, and is 40 minutes long! Which some of you may think is too long. But we don’t make the last week, the last week makes us. And this last week? Was, in fact, too long.
Here's our piece from last night on environmental…
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And if you’re wondering how we got to this place, where the government isn’t reflecting its electorate, here’s our story from 2020:
And here’s our 2018 piece about crisis pregnancy centers:
We’ll obviously be discussing the week’s big news on Sunday, but in the meantime, here’s our 2016 piece on abortion laws:
And, as we also discussed in last night’s piece, federal law doesn’t require its agencies to tell tenants that a unit is located on a superfund site, which absolutely needs to change. In the meantime, you can check this website to see if you live near one:…
As we mentioned in last night’s piece, environmental racism goes hand in hand with a long history of redlining. Here’s our piece on housing discrimination, which explains redlining in more detail:
Here’s last night’s segment on environmental racism and, obviously, pandas falling off stuff:
The show starts now! As promised! Not to sound intimidatingly cool, but we're pretty reliable 😎
We’re back tonight at 11pm! And you might be thinking “it’s only been two weeks since we’ve seen you, calm down.” But to us? Two weeks? That’s a fortnight, baby! It’s romance! It’s passion! It’s cause for excitement! We’ll see you tonight!!! 🥰
Looks like another fine time to revisit this piece from last year.
We’re off this week, but we do have some important thoughts on 1997's Air Bud, so we figured a web exclusive would be the right forum in which to share them. Or not! Either way, here ya go!!!
Here's our piece from last night about police…
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Thank you to Tim Meadows, @TorpeyMichael and @connorratliff for starring in our piece on police interrogations! Here they are showing the classic bad cop/really bad cop interrogation tactic. And a huge thank you to Alexandra Dickson and Matt Pavich as well!!
Here’s our piece on wrongful convictions, which discusses Lucio’s case in more detail, and why it’s so difficult to be exonerated for a wrongful conviction, even when there’s compelling evidence to prove your innocence.
And, as we mentioned in last night’s piece, Melissa Lucio is still set to be executed in 9 days, and her case had all the hallmarks of a false confession. The Innocence Project has done great work to try to stay her case, and others like hers.…
Here’s last night’s segment on police interrogations:
The show starts now! That’s right, we’re telling you to stop reading and go watch TV. But, in our defense, Twitter only technically counts as reading.
Tonight’s show starts at 11pm, and we’re off next week! Yup, playing a little hard to get!!! Then we’ll be back on May 1st, at which point our hard-to-getness will conclude.
Gilbert Gottfried was the best. We once decided to punish UK audiences for their law prohibiting the use of parliamentary footage in comedy programs, by having him read Brexit legalese and Bigfoot erotica. Stick around till he gets to the erotica.…
Last week, we ran a series of advertisements in the Capitol Hill area, just to see who might click on them. And if you’re a legislator who clicked on one of these ads, we urge you to watch last night’s segment on data brokers. Sleep well!
Here’s last night’s segment about data brokers and the only good thing on the internet: Henry Winkler’s Twitter feed.
The show starts now! Although we’re sure you’re doing something very important right now, and we don’t want to disturb you!!!! Ha, no, we know you’re reading this tweet. But if we ever disturb you in some other way please let us know.
Tonight’s show starts at 11pm! That’s right, no weird minutes this week!!! Will we miss the thrill of starting at 11:03, or 11:07? Of course! So unpredictable! Makes us feel alive. But the silver lining is……...ok, honestly, we don't see one. We like the weird minutes.
Thank you to @robcorddry, @chrismcdonald50, @RobRiggle, P.L. Brown, Alex Knight and @murphyplease for helping us develop the History Channel’s most dangerous trucking show yet, Trucked Up!
Here’s last night’s segment about trucks and, crucially, TV shows about trucks:
The show starts now! Wow. Wow. Wow. Not sure if you heard, but we’ve been getting into poetry lately.
Tonight’s show starts at 11:05pm! That’s right, 5 minutes late! The greatest number of minutes late you can be without being considered “late-late”. What can we say? We like to live dangerously.
Here's our piece from last night on drug overdoses and harm…
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Marshmallow is back! And this time, he’s in Alaska!! That’s right, he went all the way to Nenana, Alaska to place our bet in the illustrious Nenana Ice Classic! To learn more about Marshmallow’s harrowing journey, watch last night’s segment and visit!
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