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Tom Brady Can Outdrink You, And It’s Not Even Close [WATCH]

Once upon a time, NFL MVP Tom Brady was a college student, and aside from forming an incredible football skillset at the University of Michigan, it seems he picked up an incredible drinking skillset, as well.

While on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Handsome Tom talked about his TB12 Method diet, and how he doesn’t consume certain things anymore, one of them being beer. Upon hearing this, Colbert magically pulled out a couple glasses of beer, challenging Tom on the spot to a chugging contest.

Despite the rarity of Brady even having a beer these days, it was no contest, as he took down the entire glass in one quick gulp.


Brady slammed down the glass, took an extra sip of the remnants, and just patiently waited for Colbert to finish his glass, making him look like an amateur.

You can tell Colbert was giving it a real effort, too, but as we all know by now, Brady is a beast at everything he does, and apparently that extends to frat boy drinking games.

Brady might be one of the most competitive humans on the planet, and if you want to come at him in a chugging contest, good luck. He’s got a championship pedigree and I  put money on him every time, no matter how good of a drinker you think you are.

Colbert looked like he was in pain after, while Brady just calmly sat there like chugging beer was a favorite pastime of his.

While it’s easy to hate on the football legend, you have to respect his lack of gag reflex.

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Stephen Colbert Loses His Mind During Brutal Hot Wing Challenge

The Late Show’s host Stephen Colbert is usually the one doing the interviewing, but the tables were turned Tuesday, as Colbert was the one answering questions, and doing it while trying to eat some of the hottest wings on Earth.

As his Late Show guest, Colbert had Sean Evans, the host of First We Feast’s Hot Ones web series, where celebrities try to answer questions while eating wings that get progressively, and eventually insanely hotter.

Evans took his wings, and questions to the Late Show, and Colbert tried his hand at ones covered in sauce called Da’ Bomb and Blair’s Mega Death Sauce With Liquid Rage. For a little perspective, the Mega Death sauce is 110 times hotter than a jalapeno.

The challenge usually requires 10 wings and 10 questions, but due to time constraints, Colbert only tried four. While it meant less wings, it also meant the Late Show host had to get to the hottest wings a lot quicker.

Colbert looked calm to start, and when asked about his preference between New York-style and Chicago-style pizza, he had the wherewithal to say, “I like the crispness of a New York slice. That’s pizza. Chicago deep dish is a baby pool filled with sauce and cheese.”

By the time they got to the third wing, which was Da’ Bomb and its 135,600 Scovilles, Colbert felt the heat, saying with a nervous chuckle, “This feeling I have in my mouth right now, is what I was afraid of from the beginning.”

The wing challenge even got Colbert to curse a couple times, which the network probably didn’t love, but was hilarious nonetheless. Stephen even jumped out of his chair, losing his mind, as the crowd just anxiously watched.

The entire interview was gold, and the courageous talk show host made it through the four wings, even if he did lose all sense of reality.

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Gordon Ramsay Hates These American Foods, And He’s Wrong AF

Gordon Ramsay is a legend in the food world, and his word is taken as gospel by many, so when Stephen Colbert asked Ramsay what American food he hates, the next words that came out of his mouth we’re going to be crucial.

Ramsay claimed on the Late Show that he’s not a fan of grits, which isn’t a big deal as it is a bit of an acquired taste, but then he went on to attack our American style sandwiches.

“You go to a deli, and the sandwich is like f*cking 12-feet tall,” Ramsay said, like that’s a bad thing. “You can’t eat it!”

Thankfully Colbert came to the defense of our beloved giant sandwiches, saying, “That’s the sandwich of a superpower, my friend. Back when you had an empire, your sandwiches were much larger.”

Yeah, you sometimes have squeeze the sandwich down a bit in order to get a good bite, but it is absolutely doable, and we’ve been doing it for years.

Then he had the nerve to diss deep-fried turkeys.

OK, he might have a point with the turkeys, making the argument against its dryness, but do it right so it’s not dry! Plus, this is ‘Murica, and absolutely everything must be deep fried. Colbert politely corrected him again, saying, “I’m from the south, everything is deep fried. We dip it in concrete, and then we deep fat fry it.”

If the great Gordon Ramsay really can’t handle a stacked pastrami sandwich from Katz’s Deli, or enjoy a nice deep fried turkey, I might have just lost a hero.


Watch Eddie Huang And Stephen Colbert Eat Baos Together


Eddie Huang is a well-spoken, well-fed and distinctly vibrant motherfucker within the food community. Seeing him on this week’s episode of Stephen Colbert’s late night show was a welcome treat. A sea of Eddie virgins likely sat in the audience (hopefully less so than I’d assume) getting treated to his culturally poetic answers regarding “rebellion” within food. “Absolutely” there’s rebellion within food he responds, and “there should be.”

Food certainly has a story, and the steamed bao buns appear to have two-fold meaning in Eddie’s lexicon. The buns are his big foray into entrepreneurship through his New York city-based Baohaus. The buns alternatively bring attention to baos as a product of China instead of getting chalked up as a product of a fancy NY chef, at least according to Eddie.


The rebellion essentially is a give-and-go of accolade back to his country of origin. In a New York city full of food trends, Eddie sees rebellion as finding the proper label and accolade for a country’s own cuisine. Citing where it came from, not who it came from.

If you haven’t read any of Eddie Huang’s books (get one), or caught him speak on one of his shows…watch him explain his Human Panda nickname to Stephen Colbert with a mouthful of Birdhaus, and you’ll get the rebellion he’s jiving with:


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Stephen Colbert Rocks a Suit Made of Doritos Wrappers

Inspired by show guest Morgan Spurlock’s recent press tour surrounding his film The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Stephen Colbert ended his latest taping of the Colbert Report with a hilarious sign-off wearing a suit made entirely of Doritos wrappers. Just moments prior to the plug, Colbert interviewed filmmaker Spurlock about his film, of which was entirely funded by brand names such as POM, jetblue, and Hyatt, to name a few.

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Stephen Colbert Talks McDonald’s McRib Sandwich [Video]

Straight from the mouth of Comedy Central personality Stephen Colbert, he describes the McDonald’s McRib sandwich as a “phoenix rising from the ashes! Then being deboned, mechanically separated, and reformed into a tasty sauce-slathered McPatty.” He even draws up conspiracy theories revolving around the sandwich’s November 2nd release date coinciding with the recent Election date. Have you had enough McRib news yet?

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Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Want a Tomato Picked by a Mexican

While there is little funny about the issue of migrant farm labor, Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert took his sarcastic brand of humor to Capitol Hill earlier this morning to make his points heard. The testimony can be viewed after the jump, but some highlights from his speech include him reiterating that, “this is America. I don’t want a tomato picked by a Mexican. I want it picked by an American, then sliced by a Guatemalan, and served by a Venezuelan in a spa where a Chilean gives me a Brazilian.”

Colbert wasn’t all jokes before the panel, he had suggestions too: “maybe the easier answer, scientists should develop fruit that picks themselves”. OK, so maybe he was all jokes. The question is, do you think Colbert’s appearance helps the situation? Was what he was saying important, defacing, or uplifting? Those he presented to were not necessarily impressed, but it’s no doubt that his celebrity is at the very least bringing light to the plight of migrant worker issues on American soil (one pun too many), but were any solutions really brought to light?