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Why Losing Late-Night Talk Shows to Coronavirus Feels Especially Bleak

On Mar 17, 2020
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“Outside the vortex of hysteria that is social media, there’s no more reliable gauge of the national mood at any given moment than late-night talk shows” https://t.co/O7Vt92eqiz
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There's no more reliable gauge of the national mood at any given moment. So what happens now that they're paused?

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On Mar 17, 2020
@TIME shared
“Outside the vortex of hysteria that is social media, there’s no more reliable gauge of the national mood at any given moment than late-night talk shows” https://t.co/O7Vt92eqiz
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Why Losing Late-Night Talk Shows to Coronavirus Feels Especially Bleak

There's no more reliable gauge of the national mood at any given moment. So what happens now that they're paused?

Stephen Colbert Makes a Surprise Return to Late Night

An unexpected episode on Monday included a segment that showed the host delivering a coronavirus-centered monologue from his bathtub.

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