Stephen Takes On Kendall Jenner’s ‘Attractive Lives Matter’ Pepsi Ad

Stephen Takes On Kendall Jenner’s ‘Attractive Lives Matter’ Pepsi Ad

After puzzling over Trump’s take on Bill O’Reilly’s sexual harassment lawsuit, Stephen devotes his Wednesday monologue to that confounding Pepsi protest ad starring Kendall Jenner.

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20 Responses

  1. jinx5005 says:

    Yasssss I’ve been looking forward to this monologue the whole night.

    Let me go grab a snack, this should be good.

  2. R1 says:

    Attractive Lives Matter, hahahaha.

  3. animation Parmar says:

    who’s up so early and what’s the time at your place ?

  4. Aaron Fritsch says:

    Innocent until proven poor. American justice at its best. O’Reilly and Trump should seually assult each other.

  5. Ultra Puyol says:

    I really need to go to sleep! 🙂

  6. Cecilia Age of Aquarius says:

    ….. Republicans at their best.

  7. UpJohn 2.7 says:

    Trump and O`Reilly > birds of the same feather defend each other

  8. Real Native says:

    # Everylivematters

  9. Atmapalazzo says:

    I can’t stand ivanka trump and her good person act she uses to cover up the horrifying things the trumps do.

  10. Ry Sun says:

    Complicit – alternative definition : to be good and help others. #MAGA

  11. FlareKnight says:

    Live for now! Cause later you’ll be having some problems.

  12. CrimsonOfRose says:

    “I’m a huge nazi!” Colbert 2017. Eat it Cucks.

  13. Irie Jones says:

    7:01 I’m the assistant ?

  14. Ruby Doomsday says:

    Just when you thought nothing would top that 1984 Pepsi commercial where Michael Jackson was burned, Kendall Jenner’s like, “hold my wig”.

  15. Vagabond says:

    The pepsi commercial is genius. They got so much coverage, they couldnt buy that airtime. Negative publicity is still publicity.

  16. TheSilverstamp says:

    WSJ: Steven Colbert admitted to be a nazi.

  17. Colleen Flett says:

    Why do Americans always use young and beautiful but yet not the most intelligent women for ads and other media? Coming from a Canadian I just will never comprehend that. Whatever happened to smart is sexy?!

  18. Francesca says:

    Just figured out how she screwed that up. She thought complicit meant complaisant Lol!

  19. Blacksheep At Your Door says:

    Fuck pepsi, fuck kardashians, fuck police. Drink water, read books, love your neighbor.

  20. Yvonne Wabai says:

    Activism isn’t something to be trivialized. Pepsi, apparently, didn’t get that memo. And to the people bitching about #BLM, just so you know, in case you didn’t or you have forgotten, that’s not the only movement in place. Have you forgotten about the #noDAPL protestors and how horribly they were treated by the police? Tents were set on fire, 167 protestors were injured in altercations, someone’s arm was blown off, tanks and the military were sent in, people were arrested…and that’s not even the brunt of it. So yes, this is about #BLM and #noDAPL and all the other movements that have been belittled by this commercial. This is about all those people whose encounters with police brutality have been disparaged. If Pepsi really cared about ‘bringing people together’, they would’ve found a way to do it that actually honors these movements. But that’s not what it was about. It was a commercial. It was about making sales, raking in the money. Commercials are all about the profits. The bottom line is that no struggle should be exploited for profits.

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