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Another Perfect Call
The late-night hosts returned from vacation break on Monday, and the main subject was the recording of President Trump’s name with Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, in which the president pressed the official to “find” sufficient votes to overturn his loss in the state. The fallout put the hosts in thoughts of one other cellphone name that landed Mr. Trump in scorching water in 2019.
“Now, now, buckle up everybody, because this call is like if Watergate and the Ukraine scandal had a baby that they made on the ‘Access Hollywood’ bus,” Stephen Colbert mentioned. “When you’re a star, they let you do it.”
“He’s like a man with out a silver bullet brainstorming different methods to kill a werewolf. [As Trump] ‘What about two regular bullets? Is that something that might work?’” — SETH MEYERS
“What you heard is definitely the voice of a man who’s been in debt before. He sounds like he’s begging the waiter at a steakhouse to let him skate on the bill.” — SETH MEYERS
“It sounds like he’s trying to get someone to hook him up with a free refill of Dr Pepper, not a presidential election.” — JAMES CORDEN
The Bits Worth Watching
Jimmy Fallon spoofed Harry Styles’s newest music video, with Chloe Fineman of “Saturday Night Live” impersonating Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the creator and star of “Fleabag.”
What We’re Excited About on Tuesday Night
Elizabeth Olsen will promote her new Disney+ series, “WandaVision,” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”