This week on The Collision, we talk about the changing face of late night television. Leading off with a discussion about Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman as a host of The Late Show, we then continue to look at how late night has changed over the decades, turned into “morning after” viewing with clips and sketches geared towards clicks on the internet, the attitude and personality of late night hosts, and more. As always, we finish up with our recommendations. Also, I apologize for some of the sniffling you’ll hear during this episode. I suffer from spring allergies.
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Adam’s Recommendation: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Matt’s Recommendation: Field of Dreams