"But we’re cool now, Mr. President. Even though you put my boss, my ace co-worker, and many of my pages through hell the one time I ever dared to ask for a vacation."
"We all love James Corden. He's an adorably charming talk show host who has won over our hearts with multiple karaoke sessions in cars. But yesterday he proudly proclaimed that he wanted to make the return of boy bands a priority on his talk show when he brought out the Backstreet Boys to perform on his stage.
Which would be great if we hadn't of started the trend first."
"Jimmy Kimmel is kind of an acquired taste. On the one hand, he's one of the few hosts to hold Hollywood's feet to the fire, often times acting like the snarky everyman who has some gripes about the way the show normally goes (not in the audience, we're giving the award to someone else!). And unlike the slew of his late night contemporaries, Kimmel does not seem obsessed with appearing likable at every second of the telecasst -- which can sometimes make his act gentle roast act appear a little fearless."
"However, the most specific of testimonial love was saved for Wilmore himself, as Stewart told Wilmore that "a wise man once told him that cancellation does not equal failure," reminding the host that comedic legacies have a way of outliving a show's expiration date.
A series of words that really seemed to touch Wilmore."