Late Night Highlights: Stephen Colbert Doesn't Think Huck Finn Censorship Went Far Enough

LateNight010611.jpgLibrarians and literature critics may be furious about a new edition of Huckleberry Finn that is being censored, but not Stephen Colbert. The comic used his Comedy Central show to defend this decision, and subsequently made the best joke of the night. Elsewhere, Paul Shaffer explained the iPad to David Letterman, Jon Stewart talked Caddyshack theft and Snooki told Jimmy Kimmel about the next season of her apocalyptic non-fiction series Jersey Shore.

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  • Billy J says:

    Since when is the censorship of an American classic a good thing. These people will change history because younger Americans will never be able to enjoy the original versions of the classics and will lose the fundamental choice of comparing early America with the present. what is the saying"sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me".it is a shame you using this as a stage.......