"I think we're going to be a different people," Michael Moore said on "The Late Show" on Tuesday. "We're never going to think that anybody should have to work for $7.25 an hour. I think that's gone."
"You know, Trump talks about cabin fever like it's an actual illness," Trevor Noah said before getting into his Trump impersonation: "'This cabin fever, one of the worst outbreaks we've ever had. Even worse than that disease from the '70s: disco fever.'"
The president told governors they could start reopening states by May 1 if they wanted to, but some late-night hosts (and health experts) thought that was too soon.
"Folks, if you watch the show you know I criticize Donald Trump a lot, but with this coronavirus gripping this nation, I realized I don't do it enough. And I blame myself—a sentence Donald Trump has never said," Colbert said during Wednesday's at-home edition of 'The Late Show.'
"He was almost foaming at the mouth. He was huffing and puffing so much you'd think he'd just done a sit up. He's very upset," Jimmy Kimmel said during his minilogue from home on Tuesday.
"So get ready for new director of allergy and infectious disease, Kid Rock," Stephen Colbert said on 'The Late Show' on Monday night.
"Yesterday Dr. [Anthony] Fauci said he doesn't think that we should ever shake hands again, which will be weird when every job interview starts with an awkward chest bump," Jimmy Fallon said on his show on Thursday.
In his first major interview since suspending his presidential campaign, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he hoped to work with former Vice President Joe Biden and "move him in a more progressive direction."
Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel berated the president for pushing "lupus pills and fishtanks chemicals" at every press conference he holds.
"Well, of course, Trump is the guy saying he doesn't want to wear protection," Stephen Colbert said of the president on "The Late Show" on Monday.
Plus Seth Meyers criticizes President Donald Trump for not using his power to invoke the Defense Production Act.
Stephen Colbert also pondered the newfound obsession some Americans are having with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Plus Demi Lovato and Jimmy Fallon painted portraits of each other while Elizabeth Warren tells Seth Meyers how she would have tackled coronavirus.
The former presidential hopeful is now campaigning for Jimmy's job.
The singer-songwriter performed his recent single, a rendition of the classic "Teach Me Tonight," during his Thursday appearance on the late-night talk show.
Moral of the story: Don't let your white parents spend the holidays watching Fox News.
"The Chris Gethard" goes live to air every Thursday. It's chaotic, funny, welcoming and perhaps the most honest show on television.
"I make the president feel good about himself," says a Trump lie come to life. "And sometimes I can even help him sell his policies to voters."
Late-night talk shows are slowly being phased out, replaced by weekly shows.
Late night is no longer an all-boys club.
"He was mind-blowingly talented, but in my experience he was also an incredibly nice person," said O'Brien.
The Atlanta native is so much more than just a rapper.
"If you are trying to keep people paying dues and supporting your organization, you want to keep them upset," Clinton said of the NRA.
The GOP front-runner dominates Clinton's appearance on 'The Tonight Show.'
James Corden singing karaoke with Stevie Wonder was great, but with only so many clicks to be had, late-late-night often gets left out in the cold when it comes to viral content.