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She Said, He Said
Elizabeth Warren said on Monday that Bernie Sanders, a rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, told her in 2018 that he did not believe a woman could win a presidential election. Sanders denied Warren’s claim during Tuesday’s debate, and suggested that recordings from years past contradicted her.
“And for a party that started out so diverse, nobody wanted to see this happen. The only person who was happy was Greta Thunberg. Yeah, because the stage was so white it reflected sunlight back into the atmosphere.” — TREVOR NOAH
“Apparently, caucus is short for Caucasian. What happened? The field of candidates went from looking like a diverse representation of the country to looking like the front row of a Jimmy Buffett concert.” — JAMES CORDEN
“Tonight’s debate was so white, people who turned on their TVs were like, ‘Wait, I thought the Oscars were next month?’” — JAMES CORDEN
“It’s so white it just got nominated for best picture.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Once again, JLo was robbed.” — STEPHEN COLBERT
The Bits Worth Watching
Jimmy Kimmel’s “Lie Witness News” asked a few random Americans about President Trump’s totally made-up beard ban.
What We’re Excited About on Wednesday Night
Aidy Bryant will talk with Jimmy Fallon about Season 2 of her Hulu series “Shrill.”