Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys Would Rather Flirt Than Talk About ‘The Americans’ (Video)

If you were hoping to get some serious scoop on final season of “The Americans” out of Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys when they appeared on “The Late Show” on Wednesday, you were probably disappointed.

But, if you love to see the on-screen and off-screen couple make googly eyes at each other, well then you got what you’re thirsty for.

To be fair, Colbert made a point of bringing up how the show can basically be “soft core porn” at times, with Rhys and Russell being put in comprising “sexy times” regularly. He also hasn’t even caught up on the show. So forgive the to actors for getting a little distracted.

Watch them flirt their way through the 9-minute interview in the video above.

The sixth and final season of “The Americans” premieres March 28 at 10 p.m. on FX.

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If you were hoping to get some serious scoop on final season of “The Americans” out of Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys when they appeared on “The Late Show” on Wednesday, you were probably disappointed.

But, if you love to see the on-screen and off-screen couple make googly eyes at each other, well then you got what you’re thirsty for.

To be fair, Colbert made a point of bringing up how the show can basically be “soft core porn” at times, with Rhys and Russell being put in comprising “sexy times” regularly. He also hasn’t even caught up on the show. So forgive the to actors for getting a little distracted.

Watch them flirt their way through the 9-minute interview in the video above.

The sixth and final season of “The Americans” premieres March 28 at 10 p.m. on FX.

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How Late-Night Hosts Handled Trump’s Latest S— Storm (Videos)

Late night hosts can always count on having more than enough President Trump material to fill their monologues on any given evening. But on Thursday, some hosts couldn’t handle the president’s “sh–hole” remarks, which were made during a meeting with lawmakers about protecting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries.

“Why are we having all these people from s—hole countries come here?” Trump said, according to a Washington Post report.

That was the final straw for hosts like Seth Meyers, who literally needed to introduce the segment, “Seth Has to Walk Away For a Minute,” in order to compose himself. “At what point do you just have some common decency, some human emotion?” he said offscreen.

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Stephen Colbert addressed Trump directly during his opening monologue for the “Late Show,” saying, “Sir, they are not s—hole countries. For one, Donald Trump isn’t their president.”

Noting the report’s mention that Trump expressed a preference for immigrants from Norway, Comedy Central’s “The Opposition” host Jordan Klepper said, “I know what you’re thinking: What do Norwegians have that Haitians and Africans don’t? It’s simple. They’re all white-knuckle enthusiasts about making America great again.”

Jimmy Kimmel was flabbergasted that POTUS would even say these words. “Before I share what he actually said,” Kimmel said while opening his show. “I want you to keep in mind this is an actual quote from the actual president of the United States.”

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After playing reports detailing Trump’s statements, Kimmel said, “Listen, I’m sure the fact that the countries he described as ‘s—holes’ are mostly populated by people of color and the immigrants he wants from Norway are not is a coincidence. Because if it wasn’t, it would mean we voted for a racist, like a real one. And we’d have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the White House.”

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, who is from South Africa, had a hot take on the issue. “Personally, as someone from South Sh–hole, I’m offended, Mr. President,” Noah said. “Because not only does he think brown countries are sh–holes, he thinks, what, we’re never going to know what he said? I mean, don’t get me wrong, it might take a few weeks, but once the news donkey reaches our village, we’ll be so mad.”

Watch late-night hosts address Trump’s comments in the videos above and below.

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“Why are we having all these people from s—hole countries come here?” Trump said, according to a Washington Post report.

That was the final straw for hosts like Seth Meyers, who literally needed to introduce the segment, “Seth Has to Walk Away For a Minute,” in order to compose himself. “At what point do you just have some common decency, some human emotion?” he said offscreen.

Stephen Colbert addressed Trump directly during his opening monologue for the “Late Show,” saying, “Sir, they are not s—hole countries. For one, Donald Trump isn’t their president.”

Noting the report’s mention that Trump expressed a preference for immigrants from Norway, Comedy Central’s “The Opposition” host Jordan Klepper said, “I know what you’re thinking: What do Norwegians have that Haitians and Africans don’t? It’s simple. They’re all white-knuckle enthusiasts about making America great again.”

Jimmy Kimmel was flabbergasted that POTUS would even say these words. “Before I share what he actually said,” Kimmel said while opening his show. “I want you to keep in mind this is an actual quote from the actual president of the United States.”

After playing reports detailing Trump’s statements, Kimmel said, “Listen, I’m sure the fact that the countries he described as ‘s—holes’ are mostly populated by people of color and the immigrants he wants from Norway are not is a coincidence. Because if it wasn’t, it would mean we voted for a racist, like a real one. And we’d have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the White House.”

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, who is from South Africa, had a hot take on the issue. “Personally, as someone from South Sh–hole, I’m offended, Mr. President,” Noah said. “Because not only does he think brown countries are sh–holes, he thinks, what, we’re never going to know what he said? I mean, don’t get me wrong, it might take a few weeks, but once the news donkey reaches our village, we’ll be so mad.”

Watch late-night hosts address Trump’s comments in the videos above and below.

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Watch Brad Pitt and Stephen Colbert Trade Nicknames Under the Stars (Video)

Ever fantasize about laying next to Brad Pitt, staring up at the stars and coming up with a dozen or so pet names for one another?

Stephen Colbert got to live that fantasy on Tuesday evening, when the actor graced his late now show in support of his upcoming Netflix feature film “War Machine.”

The sketch was a nimble exercise in wordplay, with Colbert calling the Academy Award nominee “Bradley Trooper,” “Pitty-Pat,” “Brad to the Bone” and — Pitt’s personal favorite, judging by that signature chuckle — “Bradimir Pittin.”

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CBS released the clip on Tuesday, so it wasn’t immediately clear if the men have a more substantive chat — thought we suspect Brad might be tapped out from his barn burner of a GQ Style cover story this month.

Pitt’s satire of General Stanley McChrystal, directed by David Michod and exclusive to the streaming giant, premieres on May 26. We can only hope he is credited by one of the many loving nicknames dreamt up by Colbert.

Tonight: Stephen’s new best friend Brad stops by to help him look for messages in the night sky. #LSSC #BradPitt pic.twitter.com/XvxJvl7cP8

— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) May 17, 2017

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Stephen Colbert got to live that fantasy on Tuesday evening, when the actor graced his late now show in support of his upcoming Netflix feature film “War Machine.”

The sketch was a nimble exercise in wordplay, with Colbert calling the Academy Award nominee “Bradley Trooper,” “Pitty-Pat,” “Brad to the Bone” and — Pitt’s personal favorite, judging by that signature chuckle — “Bradimir Pittin.”

CBS released the clip on Tuesday, so it wasn’t immediately clear if the men have a more substantive chat — thought we suspect Brad might be tapped out from his barn burner of a GQ Style cover story this month.

Pitt’s satire of General Stanley McChrystal, directed by David Michod and exclusive to the streaming giant, premieres on May 26. We can only hope he is credited by one of the many loving nicknames dreamt up by Colbert.

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