After the breaking news weekend, Stephen Colbert returned to The Late Show stage with Les Moonves' ousting on his mind.
The former CBS chairman and CEO resigned on Sunday, the same day Ronan Farrow published a second exposé on Moonves in The New Yorker, which described harassment and assault allegations from six additional women.
"Untrue allegations from decades ago are now being made against me that are not consistent with who I am. Effective immediately I will no longer be Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CBS," he said in part of a statement. "I am deeply saddened to be leaving the company. I wish nothing but the best for the organization, the newly comprised board of directors and all of its employees."
"Folks, if you watch the news you may have heard the head of this network, Leslie Moonves, was forced to step down yesterday," Colbert kicked off his cold open monologue. "This came after a second Ronan Farrow exposé, featured more women accusing him of sexual harassment and assault...It's never a good sign when you're the subject of a Ronan Farrow double dip."