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  • 12. apr. 2020

  • John Oliver discusses how Coronavirus is impacting the US workforce, from mass unemployment to the problems faced by essential workers. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once:


  • aneikrust
    aneikrust For 5 md. siden

    I am not from the USA. To me this pandemic is like a worldwide drop of a curtain that reveals what each country is about. And the curtain of the "American dream" has dropped to reveal just how elitist, arrogant, unequal and incompetent USA politics is. I am truly sorry for the people who have to suffer. The fact that they can be diagnosed with the virus and left on their own (to infect others and die) because their hospital stay will cost as much as a Caribbean cruise or a new car... it's insanity. No paid sick leaves, no universal healthcare, no loss of employment prevention. Trickle-down economics my ass.

  • E. Gordbort
    E. Gordbort For 5 md. siden

    That guy's wife is actually a really, really good painter. Those things look like photos almost.

  • Bernadette Mullins
    Bernadette Mullins For 5 md. siden

    I love how John has been getting gradually more angry with each of these Coronavirus episodes. It feeds me

  • LaserGadgets
    LaserGadgets For 4 md. siden

    Turn down your weapon developments and NASA and pay the regular of the richest countries in the world. I mean how??? Why? This is so embarrassing!

  • Krystal Myth
    Krystal Myth For 5 md. siden

    I know my wife can hear me, that's part of it.

  • charlotte darling
    charlotte darling For 5 md. siden

    Petition for John Oliver's wife to serve as the live audience

  • Rachel J
    Rachel J For 4 md. siden

    I'm an "essential worker", I just turned 18, and have been working during a pandemic, 30+ hours a week at Wendy's, because I can't afford to take time off or quit because I'm saving to leave a toxic household. I make shit money, while I wake up every morning at 6am to go to work, risking my health, to serve fucking frostys to people who just

  • Gottenhimfella
    Gottenhimfella For 4 md. siden

    Ah yes.

  • Pandaboi
    Pandaboi For 2 md. siden

    "there is no better argument for a permanent welfare state, than watching your government desperately try to build one when it's already too late"

  • Saturn Blue
    Saturn Blue For 5 md. siden

    John thirsting over Adam Driver is truly highlight of my quarantine omg

  • Alastor
    Alastor For 5 md. siden

    This reminds me of a joke my grandfather used to say:

  • Maya A
    Maya A For 5 md. siden


  • Atmospheric Press
    Atmospheric Press For 5 md. siden

    Just rewatched this for the fourth time to hear and see john‘s little Carole Baskin desk dance.

  • Electricz0
    Electricz0 For 4 md. siden

    I get the feeling John's writers love torturing him by making him say all kinds of ridiculous stuff...

  • MyQueenFreddieMercury
    MyQueenFreddieMercury For 4 md. siden

    John ~ I’m hearing impaired and use Bluetooth to listen to your videos while working (can’t use headphones). When using a medium or small speaker it cuts out when you talk (I’ve seen other comments regarding this as well). There are no issues with video clips you play. It started when you began working from home. Can you please check on this so we can continue listening to you? I’m a huge fan.

  • Genbrua Gamer
    Genbrua Gamer For 5 md. siden

    TBH, I actually like this show better without the audience laughter. It feels more severe and genuine this way, which is completely appropriate for the topics LWT shows.

  • Alex Franklin
    Alex Franklin For 5 md. siden

    "There is no better argument for a permanent welfare state than watching your government desperately try to build one when it's already too late."

  • The Bread
    The Bread For 4 md. siden


  • Ninja Wiz
    Ninja Wiz For 3 md. siden

    Why the hell were over half the coronavirus episodes unavailable in Canada for so long!?

  • Thanks Hermione
    Thanks Hermione For 5 md. siden (redigert)

    A doctor in Florida temporarily lost custody of her 4-year-old daughter. Her ex-husband and the judge were afraid that her career put her in danger of being exposed to Coronavirus despite her taking lots of precautions.