Hank Azaria Says He’s ‘Happy and Willing to Step Aside’ as Voice of Apu on ‘The Simpsons’ (Video)

Three weeks after an episode of “The Simpsons” tried — and failed — to quell criticism of the character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Hank Azaria, who voices Apu on the animated series, says he is willing to step down from the role to make things right.

Appearing on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” to promote his IFC series “Brockmire,” Azaria said he’s “given this a lot of thought, and as I say my eyes have been opened. I think the most important thing is we have to listen to South Asian people, Indian people in this country when they talk about what they feel, how they think about this character, and what their American experience of it [is].

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Azaria added that “listening to voices means inclusion in the writer’s room. I really want to see Indians, South Asian writers in the room. Not in a token way, but genuinely informing whatever new direction this character may take. Including how it is voiced, or not voiced.”

“I’m perfectly happy and willing to step aside,” Azaria continued. “or help transition it into something new. I really hope that’s what ‘The Simpsons’ does, it not only makes sense, it just feels like the right thing to do to me.”

Watch the clip below:

.@HankAzaria addresses the controversy surrounding the character ‘Apu’ from @TheSimpsons. #LSSC #Apu #TheSimpsons pic.twitter.com/pkmYgcX4Il

— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) April 25, 2018

Criticism of the character intensified in 2017 with the release of “The Problem With Apu” a documentary by filmmaker Hari Kondabolu that studied the effects of negative stereotypes perpetuated by the character.

On Twitter, Kondabolu thanked Azaria for his remarks.

Thank you, @HankAzaria. I appreciate what you said & how you said it. https://t.co/Otmxygf3DP

— Hari Kondabolu (@harikondabolu) April 25, 2018

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This isn’t Azaria’ first time addressing the criticism. Earlier this year at TCA’s winter conference, Azaria talked about having seen the documentary and said at the time “The idea that anybody, young or old, past or present, was bullied or teased or worse based on the character of Apu … it’s distressing.”

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Three weeks after an episode of “The Simpsons” tried — and failed — to quell criticism of the character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Hank Azaria, who voices Apu on the animated series, says he is willing to step down from the role to make things right.

Appearing on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” to promote his IFC series “Brockmire,” Azaria said he’s “given this a lot of thought, and as I say my eyes have been opened. I think the most important thing is we have to listen to South Asian people, Indian people in this country when they talk about what they feel, how they think about this character, and what their American experience of it [is].

Azaria added that “listening to voices means inclusion in the writer’s room. I really want to see Indians, South Asian writers in the room. Not in a token way, but genuinely informing whatever new direction this character may take. Including how it is voiced, or not voiced.”

“I’m perfectly happy and willing to step aside,” Azaria continued. “or help transition it into something new. I really hope that’s what ‘The Simpsons’ does, it not only makes sense, it just feels like the right thing to do to me.”

Watch the clip below:

Criticism of the character intensified in 2017 with the release of “The Problem With Apu” a documentary by filmmaker Hari Kondabolu that studied the effects of negative stereotypes perpetuated by the character.

On Twitter, Kondabolu thanked Azaria for his remarks.

This isn’t Azaria’ first time addressing the criticism. Earlier this year at TCA’s winter conference, Azaria talked about having seen the documentary and said at the time “The idea that anybody, young or old, past or present, was bullied or teased or worse based on the character of Apu … it’s distressing.”

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Hank Azaria Says He’d Be Willing to “Step Aside” From ‘Simpsons’ Apu Role Following Controversy

“The idea that anyone young or old, past or present, being bullied based on Apu really makes me sad,” the actor told Stephen Colbert on Tuesday’s ‘Late Show.’read more


"The idea that anyone young or old, past or present, being bullied based on Apu really makes me sad," the actor told Stephen Colbert on Tuesday's 'Late Show.'

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Colbert Has a Memo for Trump: ‘Just Because Somebody Is Talking on Your TV, It Doesn’t Mean They’re Talking to You!’ (Video)

Stephen Colbert’s monologue on “The Late Show” Monday night was, in standard fashion, full of zingers being fired off in Donald Trump’s general direction, what with the many weird Trump tweets from the weekend that needed commenting on.

Among the things Trump tweeted about that Colbert focused on were the Comey memos that leaked last week, which Colbert spent a solid five minutes on.

“Another big Trump story he tweeted about this weekend was the release of James Comey’s memos last Thursday about Comey’s meetings with Trump. After every meeting, Comey was so disturbed he would write down immediately what happened in a memorandum. There are some juicy details in these memos, like the February 2017 meeting in the oval office, in which Trump told Comey, ‘The hookers thing is nonsense,’ but added that Russia’s Vladimir Putin told him that Russia had ‘some of the most beautiful hookers in the world.’ That explains Russia’s latest tourist slogan: ‘Russia: come for the hookers, stay cuz you’ve been poisoned,’ ” Colbert joked.

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“But here’s the thing: when Trump said this, he actually had never met Putin. So how did he hear about this hooker thing? Putin had said they had the best hookers in the world on TV.”

you know, it’s hard for me to imagine that he went to a hotel to meet with women who are very liberal toward social responsibility… although ours are undoubtedly the best in the world.

“The Late Show” then played a clip of Putin expressing doubt that the situation involved in the alleged pee tape ever actually happened because he wouldn’t think Trump would “meet with women who are very liberal toward social responsibility,” before noting that Russia’s prostitutes are “undoubtedly the best in the world.” After playing the clip, Colbert had a message to deliver directly to Trump.

“Mr. President, just because somebody is talking on your TV, it doesn’t mean they’re talking to you! Unless it’s ‘Fox & Friends.’ Or me right now,” Colbert said, before moving on.

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“Comey also says in the memos that Trump joked about his plan to find White House leakers by putting reporters in jail. ‘They spend a couple of days in jail, make a new friend, and they are ready to talk.’ Well, it’s not the worst idea. with reporters in jail, at least Trump will have someone to dictate his memoirs to,” Colbert said, the joke being that Trump himself will be in prison soon.

Colbert then clowned Trump for his continued inability to correctly spell the word “counsel,” a mistake he has made repeatedly.

“Trump responded to the memos, tweeting, ‘James Comey illegally leaked classified documents to the press in order to generate a special council? Therefore, the special council was established based on an illegal act? Really, does everybody know what that means?’ I actually don’t know what that means, but I do know how to spell ‘counsel.’ And that ain’t it,” Colbert said before comparing Trump to a very dumb version of the Joker who can’t get Batman’s name right. “How can he not know how to spell the title of his arch-nemesis? That’s like the joker saying, ‘I’ll get you, Bamtan!’ “

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You can watch all of Colbert’s monologue from Monday’s edition of “The Late Show” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Stephen Colbert’s monologue on “The Late Show” Monday night was, in standard fashion, full of zingers being fired off in Donald Trump’s general direction, what with the many weird Trump tweets from the weekend that needed commenting on.

Among the things Trump tweeted about that Colbert focused on were the Comey memos that leaked last week, which Colbert spent a solid five minutes on.

“Another big Trump story he tweeted about this weekend was the release of James Comey’s memos last Thursday about Comey’s meetings with Trump. After every meeting, Comey was so disturbed he would write down immediately what happened in a memorandum. There are some juicy details in these memos, like the February 2017 meeting in the oval office, in which Trump told Comey, ‘The hookers thing is nonsense,’ but added that Russia’s Vladimir Putin told him that Russia had ‘some of the most beautiful hookers in the world.’ That explains Russia’s latest tourist slogan: ‘Russia: come for the hookers, stay cuz you’ve been poisoned,’ ” Colbert joked.

“But here’s the thing: when Trump said this, he actually had never met Putin. So how did he hear about this hooker thing? Putin had said they had the best hookers in the world on TV.”

you know, it’s hard for me to imagine that he went to a hotel to meet with women who are very liberal toward social responsibility… although ours are undoubtedly the best in the world.

“The Late Show” then played a clip of Putin expressing doubt that the situation involved in the alleged pee tape ever actually happened because he wouldn’t think Trump would “meet with women who are very liberal toward social responsibility,” before noting that Russia’s prostitutes are “undoubtedly the best in the world.” After playing the clip, Colbert had a message to deliver directly to Trump.

“Mr. President, just because somebody is talking on your TV, it doesn’t mean they’re talking to you! Unless it’s ‘Fox & Friends.’ Or me right now,” Colbert said, before moving on.

“Comey also says in the memos that Trump joked about his plan to find White House leakers by putting reporters in jail. ‘They spend a couple of days in jail, make a new friend, and they are ready to talk.’ Well, it’s not the worst idea. with reporters in jail, at least Trump will have someone to dictate his memoirs to,” Colbert said, the joke being that Trump himself will be in prison soon.

Colbert then clowned Trump for his continued inability to correctly spell the word “counsel,” a mistake he has made repeatedly.

“Trump responded to the memos, tweeting, ‘James Comey illegally leaked classified documents to the press in order to generate a special council? Therefore, the special council was established based on an illegal act? Really, does everybody know what that means?’ I actually don’t know what that means, but I do know how to spell ‘counsel.’ And that ain’t it,” Colbert said before comparing Trump to a very dumb version of the Joker who can’t get Batman’s name right. “How can he not know how to spell the title of his arch-nemesis? That’s like the joker saying, ‘I’ll get you, Bamtan!’ “

You can watch all of Colbert’s monologue from Monday’s edition of “The Late Show” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Colbert: Trump Should Change His 2020 Campaign Slogan to ‘I’ve Never Met Michael Cohen’ (Video)

It may seem hard to believe, but it’s only been 15 months since Donald Trump was inaugurated last year. We’re only 31 percent of the way through Trump’s first term, and re-election talk is already coming up rampantly. And on “The Late Show” Friday night, host Stephen Colbert had some jokes about that, the continuing legal drama surrounding Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen, and the fact that many Republicans in Congress seem reticent to endorse the re-election bid of their party’s sitting president.

“Speaking of days to look forward to: the 2020 election. It is still 200 years away, but Donald Trump has already declared that he’s running,” Colbert joked, referencing the perceived slowdown of time in Trump’s America. “He’s even revealed his 2020 slogan: ‘Keep America Great!’ Though if I were him, I’d update that to ‘I’ve Never Met Michael Cohen.’ “

Then “The Late Show” displayed this image of Trump’s signature red hat with that slogan emblazoned on it, as you can see at the top of this post.

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“Now, normally, normally, if the president declares he is running for re-election, Republicans would be lining up to endorse a Republican president for re-election. But nothing is normal anymore,” Colbert said before playing a series of clips of Republican members of Congress talking to TV news hosts, acting like they really, really just don’t want to talk about this — climaxing with Senator Bob Corker declaring on CNN: “I want to know who else is in the field.”

“Yeah. Yeah. That’s understandable. He just wants to know who else is in the field, because he’s heard a lot of good things about ‘Who Else.’ And that’s a pretty widespread feeling. Just ask Republican senator and leader of the congressional rhyming caucus, Ron Johnson from Wisconsin,” Colbert said.

In the clip that “The Late Show” played next, Johnson told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that “it’s way too early to be talking about that” because “it could be a completely different world by 2020.” A concept Colbert was very amused by, as he slipped into an impersonation of Senator Johnson elaborating on just how different the world could be by then.

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“It could be a completely different world by 2020,” Colbert said. “It could be a cybernetic cube, could be a series of scorched islands ruled by telepathic coral. We’ve all seen ‘Planet of the Apes.’ Before I endorse Trump, I’d like to take a look at the policies of Dr. Zaius. It could be anything. We could be living on spice mines on Corellian 4. All of this could be an illusion created by an evil genius to deceive us about the true nature of reality. And– i’m high.”

Colbert also got in a zinger implying that many congressional Republicans whose terms are up this year might be using opioids to cope with the pain.

“And senator Lamar Alexander’s response when asked if he backed the president? ‘Look, I’m focused on opioids.’ Oh, I bet a lot of Republicans facing re-election are focused on opioids right now,” Colbert said.

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It may seem hard to believe, but it’s only been 15 months since Donald Trump was inaugurated last year. We’re only 31 percent of the way through Trump’s first term, and re-election talk is already coming up rampantly. And on “The Late Show” Friday night, host Stephen Colbert had some jokes about that, the continuing legal drama surrounding Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen, and the fact that many Republicans in Congress seem reticent to endorse the re-election bid of their party’s sitting president.

“Speaking of days to look forward to: the 2020 election. It is still 200 years away, but Donald Trump has already declared that he’s running,” Colbert joked, referencing the perceived slowdown of time in Trump’s America. “He’s even revealed his 2020 slogan: ‘Keep America Great!’ Though if I were him, I’d update that to ‘I’ve Never Met Michael Cohen.’ “

Then “The Late Show” displayed this image of Trump’s signature red hat with that slogan emblazoned on it, as you can see at the top of this post.

“Now, normally, normally, if the president declares he is running for re-election, Republicans would be lining up to endorse a Republican president for re-election. But nothing is normal anymore,” Colbert said before playing a series of clips of Republican members of Congress talking to TV news hosts, acting like they really, really just don’t want to talk about this — climaxing with Senator Bob Corker declaring on CNN: “I want to know who else is in the field.”

“Yeah. Yeah. That’s understandable. He just wants to know who else is in the field, because he’s heard a lot of good things about ‘Who Else.’ And that’s a pretty widespread feeling. Just ask Republican senator and leader of the congressional rhyming caucus, Ron Johnson from Wisconsin,” Colbert said.

In the clip that “The Late Show” played next, Johnson told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that “it’s way too early to be talking about that” because “it could be a completely different world by 2020.” A concept Colbert was very amused by, as he slipped into an impersonation of Senator Johnson elaborating on just how different the world could be by then.

“It could be a completely different world by 2020,” Colbert said. “It could be a cybernetic cube, could be a series of scorched islands ruled by telepathic coral. We’ve all seen ‘Planet of the Apes.’ Before I endorse Trump, I’d like to take a look at the policies of Dr. Zaius. It could be anything. We could be living on spice mines on Corellian 4. All of this could be an illusion created by an evil genius to deceive us about the true nature of reality. And– i’m high.”

Colbert also got in a zinger implying that many congressional Republicans whose terms are up this year might be using opioids to cope with the pain.

“And senator Lamar Alexander’s response when asked if he backed the president? ‘Look, I’m focused on opioids.’ Oh, I bet a lot of Republicans facing re-election are focused on opioids right now,” Colbert said.

You can watch Colbert’s monologue from Friday night’s episode of “The Late Show” in the videos embedded below.

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It’s been a relatively quiet week in the world of Donald Trump, but “quiet” for Donald Trump isn’t actually all that quiet by normal standards. The last few days of jokes at his expense by late night hosts tells me that the big Trump stories of the moment that aren’t going anywhere no matter what Trump does at this point are the Michael Cohen situation and the sex stuff.

Colbert talked about both of those things in his “Late Show” monologue Thursday night, and for this post I’m choosing to focus on the sex stuff because it’s ultimately less depressing — it’s as close to comic relief as any Trump-related story can be these days. Also Colbert’s uncertain enthusiasm for the story is genuinely amusing.

As part of his discussion of Karen McDougal being freed from her NDA and now being legally allowed to say whatever she wants about her affair with Trump, Colbert interrupted his monologue to bring us a new segment, dubbed “What Have We Become?”

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“The women that Cohen worked so hard to keep quiet are now getting out of their agreements, like former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims to have had a ten-month affair with Donald Trump, has just settled a lawsuit with the owner of the National Enquirer to keep her from publicly discussing the relationship. Great! Now she can finally tell us more stories about Donald Trump doing sex? Yay? Which leads me to my new segment, ‘Stephen Colbert’s What Have We Become?’ ” Colbert said, as a graphic appeared on screen with the segment title and a bunch of question marks.

“Tonight on ‘What Have We Become?’ — if I had told you five years ago that we would be champing at the bit to get stories about Donald trump’s naked, sweaty body wreaking havoc on a hotel duvet, you would have said, ‘No way! Now let’s watch ‘Sharknado.’ They’re only going to make one of these!’ Yes, back then it was a time of primal innocence, and we took it for granted!” Colbert said.

“Now all of America lives behind the beaded curtain at a video store. And it don’t smell so good. All that being said, give me them stanky, stanky anecdotes! I’m a super freak, and it feels good to be bad!”

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You can watch all of Colbert’s monologue from Thursday’s episode of “The Late Show” in the videos embedded below. The part that I described above is in the second video.

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It’s been a relatively quiet week in the world of Donald Trump, but “quiet” for Donald Trump isn’t actually all that quiet by normal standards. The last few days of jokes at his expense by late night hosts tells me that the big Trump stories of the moment that aren’t going anywhere no matter what Trump does at this point are the Michael Cohen situation and the sex stuff.

Colbert talked about both of those things in his “Late Show” monologue Thursday night, and for this post I’m choosing to focus on the sex stuff because it’s ultimately less depressing — it’s as close to comic relief as any Trump-related story can be these days. Also Colbert’s uncertain enthusiasm for the story is genuinely amusing.

As part of his discussion of Karen McDougal being freed from her NDA and now being legally allowed to say whatever she wants about her affair with Trump, Colbert interrupted his monologue to bring us a new segment, dubbed “What Have We Become?”

“The women that Cohen worked so hard to keep quiet are now getting out of their agreements, like former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims to have had a ten-month affair with Donald Trump, has just settled a lawsuit with the owner of the National Enquirer to keep her from publicly discussing the relationship. Great! Now she can finally tell us more stories about Donald Trump doing sex? Yay? Which leads me to my new segment, ‘Stephen Colbert’s What Have We Become?’ ” Colbert said, as a graphic appeared on screen with the segment title and a bunch of question marks.

“Tonight on ‘What Have We Become?’ — if I had told you five years ago that we would be champing at the bit to get stories about Donald trump’s naked, sweaty body wreaking havoc on a hotel duvet, you would have said, ‘No way! Now let’s watch ‘Sharknado.’ They’re only going to make one of these!’ Yes, back then it was a time of primal innocence, and we took it for granted!” Colbert said.

“Now all of America lives behind the beaded curtain at a video store. And it don’t smell so good. All that being said, give me them stanky, stanky anecdotes! I’m a super freak, and it feels good to be bad!”

You can watch all of Colbert’s monologue from Thursday’s episode of “The Late Show” in the videos embedded below. The part that I described above is in the second video.

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