John Oliver set his sights on the NCAA during Sunday night’s “Last Week Tonight.”
With a timely look at March Madness, which brands everything from the halftime show, to the ladders used for cutting down the nets, Oliver roasts the governing body of America’s most profitable sporting event.
There’s no new information here, but Oliver packages it all in his typically funny-and-informative way.
“The only other people who say, ‘they’re not employees,’ that much are people who run illegal sweatshops out of their basements,” Oliver says.
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