When dating gets serious

“We’d be able to laugh at the guy, and laugh at ourselves for letting this guy get this far and isn’t that crazy? They brought it.”The political climate hasn’t gotten clearer or calmer, and grinding out these programs night after night or, in some cases, week after week, hasn’t gotten easier.

The current late-night comedy landscape is dominated by alumni of “The Daily Show” who worked with Jon Stewart and “Saturday Night Live.” Baze was the head writer of “Weekend Update,” which Meyers co-hosted with Amy Poehler, the gig that led to his assumption of the “Late Night” throne on NBC.One insider close to the powerful leader tells Us Weekly the relationship is “serious.”The controversial Russian president, 63, was previously married to Lyudmila Putina for 30 years, with whom he shares daughters Maria, 30, and Yekaterina, 29. The politician rarely discusses his children, but during an annual news conference in December 2015, he boasted about his daughters to thousands of reporters, before shutting down more personal questions.“They studied only at Russian universities. One of them can even speak one or two Oriental languages.They are making their first steps and are successful,” he told the crowd during the rare moment, before stating: “I never discuss questions related to my family. They are not pushing for this.”Following Lyudmila and Putin’s split, the president was rumored to be dating Russian gymnast Alina Kabaeva.If he does not tell you about his aspirations, then he probably wants to keep things simple and does not see things lasting for a long time.Oftentimes, a guy will give you just enough information about himself to keep you guessing if he does not see a future with you.