Read the latest of Late night jokes with the famous comedians of the Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon, David Letterman and Craig Ferguson.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – Late Night Political Joke
The White House hosted its annual Hanukkah party and everything was going great until Biden pulled on a rabbi’s beard and said, “You’re not Santa.”
The U.S. is re-establishing relations with Cuba. But before President Obama can lift the embargo, it will need approval from the Republican-controlled Congress — or as Republicans who called Obama said, “Close, but no cigar.”
It is rumored that Kanye West spent $74,000 on Christmas presents for his little baby daughter, North. Then North said, “Somebody get a picture of his face when I just play with the boxes.”
Graceland is going to auction off Elvis Presley’s first-ever recordings from 1953 — or as people now coming to America from Cuba put it, “Whoa! What’s that hot new sound?”
Late Show with David Letterman – Late Night Political Joke
Do you remember when you found out there was no Santa Claus? I was so upset I didn’t think I’d be able to do the show.
Be very careful if you’re out shopping because of the sidewalk vendors. They’re selling inexpensive items — counterfeit watches, counterfeit handbags, actual Knicks tickets.
President Obama and his family are spending the holidays in Hawaii, and while they’re gone, they got a fence jumper to house sit. Tomorrow, he will be in Hawaii playing golf with Raul Castro and the Pope.
The Russian economy is tanking. It’s gotten so bad that today Vladimir Putin had to pawn his stolen Super Bowl ring. And Putin will finance his next invasion on Kickstarter.
Economists believe there are three reasons why the Russian economy is doing so poorly. One, economic sanctions are working. Number two, low-price oil. And number three, Lindsay Lohan has quit drinking vodka.
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson – Late Night Political Joke
This is the last show, of course, of “The late Late Show.” I really didn’t know what to do. I thought I’d do a monologue. Then I thought: Well why? I don’t have anything else left to say.
The people that made this show are you. You came to a show that — let’s be honest, a bit of a fixer-upper. And it kind of stayed that way.
I think that we’ve managed to do here is make something that wasn’t here before. So in that sense maybe it is a piece of art. It didn’t exist. Now it does and you’ll be able to find it forever on YouTube or wherever. No, sorry. What I meant to say is the CBS website.
I wanted to do this show and now we’ve done this show. And if you will indulge me in whatever I do next I’d be very grateful because my kids are still young.