So a few weeks ago, Last Week Tonight's John Oliver hit the headlines for buying a whole bunch of Russell Crowe memorabilia.
The auction of stuff included, of all things, the backs of seats sat on by famous people like Denzel Washington and Crowe, a
When faced with a "will he, won't he" question, Trump always picks the worst answer, and John Oliver is here to explain his next big mistake.
On Last Week Tonight last night, Oliver talked about Trump's upcoming Iran Deal decision, why Trump hates
So, John Oliver apparently just bought Russell Crowe's jockstrap to lend a hand to a video store. This is an actual thing.
Last week, Crowe put on a massive auction of his stuff called "The Art of the Divorce."
It managed to reap the Australian
John Oliver has tackled abortion in the past, but this time he had a very specific look at Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs).
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On Sunday's Last Week Tonight, John
The immigration courts in the US have some problems. A lot of problems, from the sounds of it.
In the video above for Last Week Tonight, John Oliver breaks them down one by one — everything from the massive discrepancy in the deportation rate
Charlotte Pence endorses John Oliver's gay bunny parody of her new book.
According to the Hill, the vice president's 24-year-old daughter is one of thousands of people who bought Oliver's sold-out picture book, which parodies the younger Pence
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Mike Pence may have his fans, but John Oliver is most definitely not one of them.
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