This should cure those post-Labor Day blues.
We’ve found our answer to just who Stephen Colbert really is, and it’s a guy who can’t help but giggle like a schoolgirl at man-on-koala fornication jokes.
The last ever episode of The Colbert Episode aired last night, which closed with host Stephen Colbert singing a tear-jerking rendition of “We’ll Meet Again,” accompanied by Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Bryan Cranston, Willie Nelson, Mandy Patinkin, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sam Waterston, Jeff Daniels, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird, Keith Olbermann, Andrew Sullivan, Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales, Ric Ocasek, Charlie Rose, Michael Stipe, James Franco, Cookie Monster, Toby Keith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Barry Manilow, David Gregory, Jeff Tweedy, Christiane Amanpour, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Arianna Huffington, Alan Alda, Cory Booker, George Lucas, Tim Meadows, Bob Costas, Elijah Wood, Henry Kissinger, Vince Gilligan, Bill Clinton, and a bunch of other people I didn’t recognize because they weren’t famous enough.
Not goodbye. “See you later.” *breaks down sobbing*
He’s gonna go backpacking through Europe and just write in his journal for a while.
Amateur hour is over.
And that date is…
Robert Duvall is WRONG.
Settle it in the octagon, fellas.
Even more so than Jon Stewart and The Daily Show, Stephen Colbert and The Colbert Report occupy this weird bit of space between parody and reality that makes them almost invincible to accountability.
Yes, but how much will they spend to acquire Carson Daly?
We’re just here for the laughs, Steve.
He didn’t take it.
This is a gutsy, awesome choice.
May he’ll play some cowardly liberal this time around.
He made a joke. It wasn’t very funny, and it was very tasteless out of context, and only slightly less so in context.
Why didn’t he host the ceremony?
I just call it “the sequel” because I don’t want to type “Smaug.”
Even though it totally was.
And that’s the truth(iness).
I would also like to pitch in.
I hope he fights a bear.
He’s the only man who could live up to the legend.
If Chris Rock can be president, so can he.
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