Maher on the college scandal that's 'been very tough on the Hollywood community'

Eileen Rivers

The cheating scandal was dubbed "Operation Varsity Blues" and so far two actresses have been outed as alleged participants in it. Wealthy parents essentially used their money and connections to pay their kids' way into college. 

Late-night comic Bill Maher focuses on how hurt (insert sarcasm here) the moneyed Hollywood community must be after movie-star Felicity Huffman and television actress Lori Loughlin (best known for her role as Aunt Becky in the 1990s sitcom "Full House") became the public face of this scandal. He also calls it another version of affirmative action. Take a look at today's Best of Late Night, above, to see what he means. 

Comic John Oliver questions whether it's OK to publicly shame public figures. And he somehow works an O.J. Simpson reference into the mix.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Maher on the college scandal that's 'been very tough on the Hollywood community'