• http://www.brand.com/blog James R. Halloran

    Haha, wow! He really knows how to win controversies for the better! PR win all around! That’s so clever, funny and full of long-lasting impact.

  • http://blog.clayburngriffin.com/ Clayburn Griffin

    This was great. I had to go to bed early Monday, so I missed it. Great way to handle the situation. Hilarious and brave.

  • Hector Henry

    White Liberals just getting a taste of what is to come. They thought their little Brown companions would be happy to take orders from them forever.

  • Jason Luthor

    Racist.

  • Hector Henry

    Browns, Asians and Blacks want their OWN spokesmen, people who look like them. They don’t want White ones. Where will you traitors go when every group, including Whites, demand their own leaders who are loyal to them??

  • Ben Xianliang

    Biz Stone must have been rushed in to be part of the episode, he seemed a bit off que or just didn’t feel the type of Colbert’s humor.
    Other than that, the episode was unbelievably brilliant!

  • http://www.daechoongmama.com Daechoong Mama

    I’m glad he addressed the whole thing. The words and the caricature was going too
    far, especially because I’ve experienced racism, and Ching Chong Ding
    Dong was an all too familiar medium used to make me feel less. I know he
    didn’t mean it but nonetheless I was offended and affected by it. Then
    seeing how the whole thing played out compounded my feelings. Here is my
    take as an Asian American:

    http://www.daechoongmama.com/daechoongmamacom/2014/3/30/an-asian-americans-thoughts-on-cancelcolbert-and-suey-parks-hashtag-war#disqus_thread

  • http://www.eganmedical.com/ EGAN Medical

    The demographic that makes up Colbert’s audience is very easily offended. I’m surprised it took this long..