When Late-Night TV Is the News
It’s been a particularly weird week for late-night television hosts. It is beyond old hat to say that the world feels fake right now. I’ve personally moved beyond the computer-simulation theory to being 99 percent sure we’re in the Seltzer-Freiberg parody movie of the real world. To wit, Trump’s IRS nominee was Girls Gone Wild auteur Joe Francis’s lawyer during his tax-evasion moment, and one of the strongest links in our diplomatic chain is Dennis Rodman — and that’s only because a Canadian hipster magazine bluffed its way into becoming a global news organization.