Vanity Fair says it talked to “all” of the “titans” of U.S. late-night TV for its October issue — including Trevor Noah, who hasn’t even debuted yet. Notice something missing?

Lisa DeMoraes TV badge verticalIn its piece, Vanity Fair explains, patronizingly, “What’s conspicuously missing from late-night, still, is women. How gobsmackingly insane is it that no TV network has had the common sense — and that’s all we’re talking about in 2015, not courage, bravery, or even decency — to hand over the reins of an existing late-night comedy program to a female person?”

VF notes “comedic redress is on its way, in the form of two new shows created from scratch, Samantha Bee’s for TBS and Chelsea Handler’s for Netflix. (Both shows are due in 2016.)”

It appears Vanity Fair used the women’s 2016 start date, and the “created from scratch” gag to explain away the absence in the image of Bee, The Daily Show’s longest-running correspondent who is joining Conan on TBS’ schedule, and Handler, who, apparently unbeknownst to VF, had an E! late-night show that ran from 2007-14. And, on the subject, neither Conan nor John Oliver was “handed over the reins of an existing late-night comedy program.” Oliver, for example, left The Daily Show to launch a new franchise on HBO — you know, like Bee is doing on TBS.

Anyway, Bee fixed it: