In his recent presidential announcement, Bobby Jindal willfully distanced himself from his Indian roots. “I’m done with all this talk about hyphenated Americans. We are not Indian-Americans … we are all Americans.” This didn’t sit well with Hari Kondabolu, so he gave Jindal the skewering he deserves.
John Oliver’s advice for those confused by what to call a transgender person: call them whatever they want to be called. After all, the American public did it for a number of celebrities, including Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Hear more from Oliver and the other late-night comics in today’s Punchlines.
It’s a Monday afternoon. For dinner last night, you had a burrito … followed by a dessert of ice cream and two frozen Indian meals that you found in the freezer while getting the ice cream … then for breakfast you had a pound of bran. You’ve just finished your second cup of coffee when you feel a familiar rumbling in your tummy.