More Of Jon Stewart’s Interview With Stephen Colbert


>>SO I CALM UP IN STUP WHERE ST
WHERE YOU DELIVER IT AS YOURSELF AND AS AUTHENTIC AS YOU CAN CAN
BE TO YOURSELF IS HOW GOOD YOU WILL BECOME AS A STAND-UP. YOU CAME UP AS AN ACTOR AND
IMPROVISATIONAL GENIUS.>>Stephen: NOT GENIUS. NEVER DID STAND-UP.>>BUT ALWAYS WORE, EVEN ON “THE
DAILY SHOW” SOME SORT OF VERNEAR OF CHARACTER AND EFFECT.>>
>>Stephen: YEAH.>>DID THAT FAIR LONG TIME. NOBODY HAD EVER DONE IT.>>Stephen: 25 YEARS.>>AND ON “THE COLBERT REPORT”
RENDERING THAT CHARACTER IN REAL TIME, LIKE A SUPER COMPUTER. NOBODY COULD BELIEVE YOU WERE
ABLE TO PULL THAT OFF. WHAT WAS IT LIKE TO THEN PULL
OFF ALL OF THE CHARACTER, ALL OF THE FACADES, AND FEEL– DID YOU
FEEL VULNERABLE SHARING– ALL THE CHARACTERS YOU PLAYED WERE
INCREDIBLY OPINIONATED. WHEN YOU FIRST CAME OUT HERE,
THE VULNERABILITY YOU FELT EXPRESSING OPINIONS THAT PEOPLE
KNEW THAT THEY COULD PEG TO YOU. HOW HARD WAS THAT?>>Stephen: THAT WAS ONE OF
THE CHALLENGES. ONE OF THE CHALLENGES IS THAT
EOH, IF I SAY TIT’S REALLY ME SAYING IT, NOT A CHARACTER. YOU DON’T HAVE THE PROTECTION OF
THE MASK.>>YES.>>Stephen: WHICH I WORKED SO
HARD TO NEVER LET GO AT THE OLD SHOW. I THINK I TOLD YOU BEFORE, I
BEFORE I WALKED OUT ON STAGE EVERY NIGHT BEFORE OLD SHOW I’D
SLAP MYSELF ON THE FACE HARD, TWICE, AND THE RULE WAS I HAD TO
SLAP MYSELF HARD ENOUGH TO REGRET HAVING DONE IT. ( LAUGHTER )
BECAUSE I KNEW, LIKE, TONIGHT, DON’T DROP THE MASK! YOU’VE WORKED SO HARD! IT’S BEEN 10 YEARS! DON’T DROP IT TONIGHT. YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN? OKAY, GOT FOKAY. AND I WALKED OUT, BECAUSE
THERE’S NO OTHER TAKE ON IT, SO I WOULD GO DO IT. FIRST, COMING OUT HERE, “A,” I
DIDN’T KNOW WHO I WAS. I KNOW WHO I AM AS A HUMAN
BEING, MY WIFE, EVY, I WOULD HAVE HER SIT FIVE ROWS BACK IN
THE CHAIR FOR THE FIRST MONTH SHE SAPT THERE BECAUSE I WAS
LIKE, OH, OH, I’M MARRIED TO HER. BECAUSE MY CHARACTER WAS MARRIED
TO LORRAINE AND NOT A GREAT RELATIONSHIP.>>A LOT OF BREAKUP SONGS.>>Stephen: EXACTLY. I WOULD LOOK AT HER AND GO I’M
HER HUSBAND, I’M THEIR DAD, HER HUSBAND. BUT I WAS COMPLETELY
UNCOMFORTABLE STANDING OUT THERE DOING JOKES. WE DIDN’T DO A PROPER MONOLOGUE
FOR SIX MONTHS, SOMETHING LIKE THAT, FOR SIX MONTHS.>>DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT MOMENT
ALLOWED TO YOU CONFIDENTLY STEP INTO WHO YOU REALLY ARE HOSTING
SHOULD SHOW AND WHEN IT HAPPENED?>>Stephen: UH, THERE WERE
SEVERAL. BECAUSE THERE ARE DIFFERENT
ASPENTS OF THE SHOW. THERE ARE A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT
SHOWS HERE. I MEAN, THE MONOLOGUE IS ONE
THING. DESK IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT. AND THE INTERVIEWS A TOTALLY
DIFFERENT BEAST IN A WAY. FOR THE INTERVIEWS, I GOT THERE
A LITTLE BIT QUICKER, THOUGH NOT QUINTLY, WHEN JOE BIDEN WAS ON,
AND JOE BIDEN, REALLY ONLY I, MY REAL SELF, COULD HAVE RECEIVED
WHAT MR. BIDEN OF WILLING TO SHARE WITH ME AND THE AUDIENCE.>>TWO CATHOLICS THAT HAD DEALT
WITH TERRIBLY PAINFUL LOSSES.>>Stephen: EXACTLY. WHEN HE LEFT, I TURNED TO TOM
OVER THERE, AND I SAID, “THAT NICE OLD MAN JUST GAVE ME MY
SHOW.” BECAUSE I KNOW THERE ARE TIMES
WHEN I ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO BE MYSELF AND THAT WAS SOMETHING TO
HOLD ON TO FOR– WELL, FOR THE SIX MONTHS BEFORE WE FIGURED THE
(BLEEP) OUT.>>BY THE WAY, A BEAUTIFUL
NIGHT.>>Stephen: IT WAS LOVELY.>>IT WAS ONE OF THOSE THINGS
WHEREIS WAITING FOR THE TWO OF YOU TO COALESCE.>>Stephen: YEAH, IT WAS A
REAL PRIVILEGE. AND THEN… WELL, CERTAINLY,
CERTAINLY, WHEN CHRIS LICHT CAME ON. HE SAID, YOU GUYS ARE SO GOOD AT
RESPONDING SO QUICKLY TO WHAT JUST HAPPENED. WHAT IF YOU JUST DID A MONOLOGUE
THAT WAS ABOUT THAT EVERY NIGHT?”
AND I WENT–>>SATIRICAL NEWS!>>I SAID I’M NOT GOING TO DO A
MONOLOGUE WHERE I DO ONE SET-UP AND ONE PUNCH LINE, I’M NOT
GOING TO DO THAT. HE SAID DO THE THING YOU SEEM TO
LIKE THE MOST. AND I SAID THERE’S A CRAZY IDEA.>>ENJOY DOING THE SHOW.>>Stephen: HONEST TO GOD,
WHEN YOU FIRST COME TO DO A SHOW LIKE THIS YOU THINK I HAVE TO DO
IT DIFFERENTLY. I SAID TO YOU– WE WERE ABOUT TO
OPEN AND YOU CAME OVER AND YOU SAID, “SO HOW DO YOU FEEL?”
I SAID, WELL, MAN, GOOD, I FEEL GOOD. I LIKE WHAT WE’RE GOING TO DO.” “WHAT?”
YOU SAID? AND I SAID, “I HAVEN’T FOUND
SOMETHING TO REPLACE THE MONOLOGUE.” AND YOU SAID, “OH, SO AFTER 60
YEARS OF THERE BEING LATE SHOWS, IN THE SIX WEEKS YOU HAVE BEEN
THINKING ABOUT DOING THE SHOW, YOU HAVEN’T REPLACED THE MOST
RECOGNIZED FORM OF SNAG HAS AND EXISTED FOR 60 YEARS.”>>IN MY DEFENSE, I’M A BIT OF A
(BLEEP). GO ON.>>Stephen: AND I REALLY
THOUGHT, THE WHOLE OBJECTIVE– THEY’RE TOTALLY DIFFERENT
BEEFLTS. THE OLD SHOW WE WERE TRYING TO
DO SOMETHING THAT HADN’T BEEN DONE BEFORE. AND HERE WHAT I DISCOVERED IS, I
CAN HAVE SO MUCH FUN DOING AN OLD FORM–
>>YES!>>Stephen: BUT WITH OUR
FLAVOR. AND SO I REALIZED LIKE, OH, I’LL
JUST FIGURE OUT WHAT MY MONOLOGUE WAS. WHICH WAS A DIFFICULT TRIP FOR
ME BECAUSE I HAD NEVER DONE STAND-UP. I HAD TO GET USED TO STARING AT
THE CAMERA AND DOING JOKES MYSELF. THE LIVE SHOWS ARE WHAT DID IT
FOR US. WE STARTED DOING LIVE SHOWS. OUR SHIP SORT OF BATTENED DOWN
FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS. THEN WE STARTED DOING LIVE
SHOWS, AND LIVE SHOWS GAVE EVERYTHING IMMEDIACY. AND I SAID I KNOW HOW TO DO THE
SHOW NOW. YOU HAVE TO DO IT WITH IMMEDIATE
PEACE AND URGENCY, AND ALL THE THINGS WE DID THROUGH THE OLD
CHARACTER WORKAND THE CHARACTER. AND IT WAS TRUSTING TOM AND
TRUSTING THE WRITERS AND KNOWING I DIDN’T ACTUALLY HAVE TO STEERT
SHIP SO TIGHTLY. THEY KNOW WHAT THEY’RE DOING AND
THEY KNOW THE KIND OF COMEDY AND SATIRE I LIKE. AND THAT TRUST PAID OFF IN THE
SHOW WE’RE DOING NOW. ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).>>DWRRKS DID.>>Stephen: YEAH.>>WHEN WE COME BACK, MORE WITH
YOUNG STEPHEN COLBERT.>>Stephen: IT’S EXCITING.

100 thoughts on “More Of Jon Stewart’s Interview With Stephen Colbert

  1. Stephen looks like a gent who has soo many stories, has soo much to say, and is such a relatable guy. All you need is to start a conversation with him and he will direct the conversation by himself and make you feel comfortable talking to him. I really love Stephen Colbert, his show is how a get through my day, nowadays. If I was on the Late Show I would ask him, what made Stephen Colbert, Stephen Colbert? I read in an article long ago that he started his comedy 'career' after the passing of his father and brothers. I would really love to hear more about it, and how he was able to cope with this new sense of reality.

  2. Man oh man, do I miss Jon. He really grew to be one of the very best interviewers in the biz. I'm not sure there's anyone as good working right now. Probably Meyers, of the current crop of hosts, though Stephen has some great moments, particularly with people he knows well. Letterman and Stewart though… So great at not just getting the stories out, but getting the guests' real personality to come through.

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  6. It's pretty funny how Colbert can't get a million views with out Trump in the title…

  7. Even if it stayed liberal I would watch The Late Show if it was hosted by Jon Stewart, sometimes. He is so much better then Colbert will ever be!

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  9. the writers make this show, honestly, they are good, the research is on point…

    daily show tries that, but slips up on facts from time to time, like lazy writing…stuff you could google, given up for a cheap joke.

  10. Why does America think Stephen Colbert is funny.Hes got the wit of a priest trying to crack a joke.

  11. i feel like his character stuff reminded me of will ferrell, because he would show up to interviews sometimes in his character.
    Love that he had those personalities, and he is loved as the real stephen colbert !!!

  12. Wonderful interview! Stephen Colbert is the only person I've seen so far who is TRULY physically comfortable in that chair. Most of the guests tend to fidget to get comfortable πŸ™‚

  13. He’s still wearing the facade. CBS corporate masters are making their little white slave pump out Trump jokes 5 times a week, every week on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert!

  14. Funny how Obama demonizes Trump, but yet he's best buddies with George W Bush, the heinous baztard who started an illegal war based on lies that got a million innocent Iraqis killed and displaced millions more, creating a global refugee crisis that we're STILL struggling to deal with. "Trump bad, but Bush good!" Makes a lot of sense…wbwjxj

  15. Oh, my mistake, I watched because I thought John Stewart was coming back, and what’s his name was going to CNN.

  16. Nice Stephen… But I like the old show better. And I'm not joking, the Report and it's style is more needed than ever.

  17. Sorry but no, just no to Colbert.
    There’s basically nothing worth while on late night anymore.

  18. Jon Stewart dropped by again. Yeaaaaaahh!! πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ Greetings from East Turkistan πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹

  19. Colbert, when he did the Colbert Report, played a Republican was was a country mile away from his own political views. Famously, he actually gave evidence in the Senate for real, and remained in character throughout. It's here on YT – quite a watch. I always thought it remarkable that he used his own name to play a character (and was never interviewed out of character at the time, as far as I know). Remarkable talent. His shows here, are inescapably part of the History of the Trump Presidency now. Kids, 50 years from now learning about these bonkers times in history class, will be watching them.

  20. "I'm not going to do a monologue where I do one set-up and one punchline. I hate that. I'm not going to do that."

    That's exactly what my feelings on monologues are. And for you to feel how I do about that, means that you know your audience.

  21. jon stewart is an excellent interviewer! with him you actually want to listen to the conversation and learn more! i am striving to bring this sort of mastery to my own videos one day…

  22. It is silly talking about Stephens mask, who ever thought that they did not see him under the mask. Maybe the faschist m]part of the mask is more him than I realised.

  23. WIth his mask on i thought he liked homosexuals! Catholics, through their parishoners, harrass homosexuals so hard that you cannot be super catholic without really being guilty of messing around an awful lot with this group and their psychic health. He did not really defend Jamie Rodermayer, femine maybe gay child, whose funeral was a wake, so catholic, who got so badly harrassed at school that he hung himself.
    Colbert also in supporting the church supports the that group that much as it pretends to be horrified by the Holocaust has done little, nothing to re-educate its followers in such a way as to make them understand jewish goodness, the many positive sides of Judaism. Jews, like others, sometimes have faults and tha tis all catholics know of them, cahtolics dont admire or talk of the many positive sides of judaism, and it was peoples ignorance of judaism that made it possible for some germans to blacken them.
    I,a catholic, was taught not to be anti semitic but not taught anything, hardly, that made me admire jews as they should be admired and I was taught things that made them sound bad. In all truth it is time that protestants too admitted their part in blackening jews and making the holocaust happen.
    Colbert says he likes Jews. how could he support the church at least without changing it and changing the church from within does not work, they take a blind bit of notice of laymens criticismms, they have to be shamed from without if we are to have the smallest hope stopping them from their faschist tendencies and during my life they have gone back to being their old faschist self who blackens jews not only that their followers are as active as the Koch brothers in workng against the well fare state, in indoctirnating their followers to vote for the right, while they get films made of nice preists who help the poor and who arent involved in the brutal repression of new heresies of anachrism and communism while the cupula of hte church give communion to Pinochet. Now the y are indoctrinatin ghteir own to vote for the right including Trump who hates nuns it seems they are going for the throat of the well fare state calling all countries which had it materialists as another of their ployd when i was young it was clear that any country which took up the well afare state was lifted out of poverty so to give them the mname materialists is to make them look bad when they were great they were the places were the poor ere not so very poor. He, the real Colbert, is the most faschist part of his old mask.
    Colbert talks of his being taught to change the church from within or be a questioning catholic, as if his family were special in having received such ideas. Such ideas are part of Catholic teaching, we all receive such ideas.

  24. when are you two scumfucks going to stop calling anyone whose not a democrat a Nazi when in fact- there is a perfectly good middle ground between the two called the green party

  25. Well, the guy wasn't wrong though. The Colbert Report was much better than TLSwSC.

  26. I cant remember you ever being unhappy with your fake wife.SHe was quite new and i remember you being extrodinarily nice aobu ther. there was a person who had an order not to come near you you kept warning off which seemed a bit unhappy. MInd you you were also gay, have you forgotten that? I am not sure you seemed opinionated you did not to me, mostly you often seemed wonderfully vunerable. Do you remember you sitting on somones knee sucking a branch, that was about your gay side. You are begining to seem to be an awfully strange character, a damaged person who expressed himself through a whole lot of alter egos. I remember you told a story about you making stuff up when you talked to people in aeroplanes when you were young and, asked if you got I dont remember what out of this, you replied laughing, I got a lot more than that.

  27. Y usoued to face up to Catholics. I remember a sketch in which you were facing dark Vader which seemed ot me I was also under attack from catholic extremism, to be a way of talking about their attacks, a way of turning down their importunities.

  28. We are all vunerable but the world is a dangerous place so we act strong but your mask, Colbert included an incredibly vunerable person, was mostly an incredibly vunerable person even his worst opinions reflected somone who was not facing up to reality. VUnerability like that is a thing we all suffer from in some degree and so that we are all so grateful to see it portrayed by you so sucessfully. Jon is being crazy here, you were so real when you were so many different people, so much more rounded.

  29. Talk about your trauma with your father dying. You said that, in the car ,on the way back from the funeral your sister made a joke and you were all so miserable, so very miserable that a joke instead of seeming inappropiate at that moment, seemed so wonderful to you, that she provided a relief from your pain, was so much what you needed desperately, that you have decided to joke ever since. To help others with pain for the rest of your life. There is one bit of the real you. You, trying to be you, has stripped you down to such a poor, reduced, more formal, more hide bound thing and you imagine y=that you have become the real you, it is sad, you used to seem so much happier with you very complex attitude to self.

  30. I really like how Stephen acknowledged his staff for their work πŸ™‚ And also, I love it whenever he talks about his wife <3

  31. JOn you got ruined by some idiots who convinced you the real work was to do things in real life be a polititian for example as if socialism had not come to be in part because so many people talked and wrote about poverty, let people know what it really meant for the poor whose lives they did not get much of a peak into. It did not come into being because some monk carried bread from house to house, christianitynever wroked to reduce poverty in any real way and if you read Saint augustine it worked to instill some pretty horrible morality.
    NOw you have been reduced you are destroying Colbert with a demand for him to be real, as in himself in some sort of way. not that ever growing awareness of god that the mystics look to understand but an ever redu;ced idea of self.
    Colberts genius is in allowing so many parts of his nature to shine through. It is of giving a fuller version of human nature, freed up by masks as he was he gave us a fuller picture of the human. Catholic sects, like you pretend they are giving people back their real self they carefully groom people taking them step by step so hta tthey learn what is wanted of them while what they pretend to teach is the real them.
    Β You sound so like one of them in this interveiw. It is their way to turn people into robots in order to make them useful they convince them they are finding their religious self, so their true self, their buddhic nature a thoroughly screwwed up buddhic nature. They have done for you genious and now you are going for Colberts.
    Colberts old show his role in it must have worked somewhat like automatic writing did for surrealistm, in letting your self go, as colbert did throuhg ihis various roles, more parts of you have a chance to get out and he gave that show which was so rich and varied in his many roles areno human full of different parts? you dont get old because you get old others tutuor you to behave like an old man to ge thide bound and boring.
    . I am fighting Sauron that person from the same school as Gandalf and Castle Gandalfi is the Popes Summer palace. I am sorry I ever criticised Colberts love of the lord of hte rings, one ring to trap them all and in the darkness bind them,. Is not that ring attacking all others and enslaving them the Church who want to make everyone christian. They get really violent verbally and also physically, the repression of that heresy communism was very violent in catholic countries.
    The spell is the fear that if people are free they wil go to hell easy to instill into all followers making them agress all who are not in the fold till they get in it. fear of hell is one part of hte spell and extreme love of Jesus the other that can be used to make folllowerrs furious with anyone who follows some other leader and lwilling to lie to blacken other religions and to use violence to convert those of other persuasions or even athiests. . For the synical, the more peple they can catch, the more people htey have giving money or time, free work to the church. work for the system. DO you ever hear the charitable church ask china to be less nasty to the tibetans, not to torture them and give them forced abortoins NO you don't. the evil of the ring that crock I begin to stop grooming colbert you will kill him with prim and properness first they killled you know you are killing him. understand colberts love of that book surrealist

  32. Oh my god, this interview has it all. The deep, connected interview question Jon pulls out of the deep dark hole. Beautiful.

  33. Please Jon, help us. You are our only hope. PLEASE come back to television. Please. Your voice is so important.

  34. The genius of Jon Stewart's is that he knew all of this 20 odd years ago and his been coaxing Colbert to his true potential this whole time. He is one of a kind, an incredible mentor and thanks to him generations of comedians and comedic actors have been, and continue to be inspired to their true potential.

  35. Jon Stewart, you talk of Abraham with heaven knows what intention. Your father, as far as i can make out, just did not take responsability for your mother, you and one other child as far as I can remember,so like Abraham a pretty horrible father. I cannot remember if you had a brother or sister. Abraham was willing to kill his son for God, both God and his father went for Issac. God took Colberts father and a brother or two, so God did something tough ,to say the least, to Colbert, Heaven only knows what that meant for Colbert.
    My cradle faith is Catholic, so Abraham is not too important. They find him important because he believed in one God. In fact the Hindus, who have a pantheon of Gods, believe that they all gthe gods, can all fold down into one and fold out again, so it seems that the whole business of pretending to be better because you have one God is a trick of Judao, Christian bastards., Catholics make Judaism look bad and both make some others, like hindues, look bad.
    I am curious about Abraham because he was such a dick to his enemies,.The ones he told to get circumsised, so friendly enough to talk to and then fell on them, in their post operation agony and killed them. I would go with Jacob as the old testement character I liked best. An incredibly charitable man who forgave the brothers who wanted to do for him. Wanted and did all they could to absolutely do for him.
    Another curious thing about Abraham, according to the christian bible, is that he was worried about what the Pharoe might think about his wife, about the pharoe fancying his wife. I might go up to Madrid but I would never feel worried about whether or not Queen Leticia fancied my man, I would not expect her to see him. Abraham must have been very, very rich and powerful to imagine that the Pharoe would see Sarah.
    The jews are often doctors., Abraham had Issac after being circumcised. He must have had a fimosis problem that must have stopped him from laying his wife, hence his claim to the Pharoe that she was his sister, their relationship was that of a sister and brother. Hence Sarah's laughter at the idea that he would have as many children as stars in the sky. Abrahams son with Sarahs maid must have been an adoption, must have been a child who was not just not Sarahs child but not Abrahams either.
    My cradle faith is christian, we don't put much importance in Abraham, beyond him being a man of only one God. If i like judaism it is because of how pacific rabbis are, not because of Abraham, a fact they would probably not find unacceptable.
    In Hinduism Siva wears a belt from which hang skulls. God creates and God takes life away. If you are talking of one of the Hindu Godesses, Kali to take the most death wards example of godesses, people are born from her and die and go back to her womb. heaven to heaven. In Catholisim we Just have to come to terms with the fact that God might take a loved one from us. So ,like Siva he has skulls in his belt but not expressed in the same terms. The ways of Allah are mysterious and your father just abandoned you. Maybe a drug addict ends up being better than a priest, they are more likly to be humble, always criticised instead of admired. Alternatively you can just take a pass on the whole religious business.
    Religion used to be, when it wasnot being absolutely repressive, the psycholgy of the time. They used to be The people who explained that not being vengative for example, was psychologiaclly unhealthy. Were does all this leave you and COlbert?

  36. Jon. Apart from dealing with political turds, were there turds that were closer to you? A push and shove in The Daily Show that pushed you out or made things so hard that it broke you. You are looking well again, so glad to see you looking well.

  37. Jon you give a very sad look to one side when you say to Colbert that the son he mentions as his favourite son is the name of your son. My experience is that Catholic try to steal the hearts and minds of my children, have done, my sister for example, I so regret having had her and her children who have her ideas around in hte holidays with my children. I would not if I had a child again, let a catholic near my children. THey also refer to people they are trying to"help", bring round to a strict version of catholicism is helping as far as they are concerned, as children.

  38. What i lerant about catholicism in adult life was so very different from what I had been taught as a child. As a child I was taught a lot of very charitable ideas, the things jesus who was a very nice person taught and as an adult I met people when i was trying to help others who tried to teach me to be nasty, for one because if you are nice to people they might get proud or vain and for another, because you have to absolutely thrash people just to make sure you leave no sin undiscovered, so as to make sure they go to heaven.
    They try to tell you you had bad motive for any good deed you had ever comitted, and a worse motive than you thought you had for more doubtful actions.They tell you they can see into your soul, and that you cannot tell what is happening at rock bottom in your own mind and what they see is bad motives for everything.
    In brainwashing terms, this is called getting people ot deny themselves. If you can get people to admite they are thoroughly bad, then they are not only denying themselves but the parents and teachers who educated them with out managing to make them really good. This leads to making the victims of such psychological attacks ready to accept the ideas of the catholic or other sect taht is attacking the victims. It leads to the vicctims imagining that their own education was wrong so accepting that it needs to be replaced by the sects teaching. It also leads to a lot of guilt false and real tha allows the religous to get money out of the victims.

  39. I love how John just takes other people's shows over and it works. John made me realize how fucked up this country/world is. And I thank him. Carlin showed me the door, John helped me walkthrough it.

  40. 2:30 if he doesn't answer the election of Trump, then Stephen's a complete liar

  41. I would be honored to be called friend by either one of these gentlemen.

  42. Yes..Tom and your writers know u very well. Ur my fave late night cause the wit is sharply intelligent. It's not common humour and I love it. And i think it perfectly reflects your real-person character because u perform the monologues so effort and naturally. This IS ur true calling. Keep up the good work…keeping us laughing 😊

  43. Imagine a program so out of ideas other than beating the liberal drum, you have to have your old boss back on to circle jerk about the good ol day.

  44. always glad to see Jon but what was this for?? it read like LSSC was canceled and Jon was praising Colbert and reminiscing about the show.. found it really weird πŸ€”

  45. Its nice to see that Jon Stewart has recovered from his daily show ptsd enough that he can crawl out from under Stephens desk. He must have a great shrink. I didnt expect him back on earth so soon.

  46. It's so cool hear these kind of 'behind the scene' stories πŸ’–πŸ’•

  47. it's ironic that most american comedian are actually a genius pretending to be stupid
    while their politician just bunch of idiots pretending to be smart

  48. Ocasio-Cortez = Chavez rotten-fruit = Venezuela of socialism is slavery, killed off the Amazon hq deal…. NYChitholes are staying NYChitholes…. Marx and Engels are the original social parasites: tuneyadstvo, now joined by NYChitholes….. Why work and pay taxes when NYChitholes get free money from us the taxpayers, who do work and pay taxes eh….

  49. That was the coolest and most exciting part of him taking over the late show!! It still is.

  50. Love this guy,s!!! The way both of them make us laugh and think at the same time is great, Please never stop!!! Thank you from the πŸ’“.go Jon& Stephen

  51. I have to admit that the first couple times I watched the Late Show with Colbert I just wasn't feeling it. It wasn't close to what he was doing before and only once he started the new format did it really start to click.

  52. They persuaded you not to steer the ship so tightly! You should not have let them do that, your show was better than this is. Don't you see any difference between the old and new show, the old one had a much fuller flavour.

    Why does Jon talk as if it was good for you to be whatever you are now, a much less varied person. a sort of piece of bread, instead of a really good bar of chocolate with the bread too, a french tea. . Does Jon understand what was once so brilliant about you he wants you to be like him or he just wants you to be less good.layers to his jokes did not he see how many layers of psychological reactions you had to events. I just ask myself if the genius in the old shows was Jon who found a away to bring out hte best in each person and each one was exceptoinal in their own way, but you and jon most especially so or was somsone else. .respoonsable for how brilliantly all of your different personalities and abiliies were used. The Jon talking here seems to be grooming you to be boring, so it must have been someone else who made you be your, fullest self, before.

    I saw a film with Scorsese in the role of the protagonist, made early this century and I was strongly reminded of Jon in the person Scorsese acted, though Jons role in his show was much more that of a very respectable family man than the heroe Scorsese played was, but his hero, like Jon, really minded about minority groups and was really pulling people together in a way that made him seem to be a bit of a genius. I keep wondering who was the genius of the show .

    Also, I never forgot how nervious Jon was when Larry King interveiwed him, so it I always had in my mind, that maybe Jon was not what he pretended to be. Yes brilliant and wild about minority groups and helping the underdog but not the, clean as all hell guy, he pretended to be.

    I love Jon but what has happened is a bit horrible and if he came out a bit more, would he then lighten up and be his old self. It would be so typical of Catholics to tell him that it was better to do the real thing, like go door to dood to help veterans, than to give a show that informed me so much. Other shows talk of politics but they dont also keep me so informed. They, Catholics, did not like him, at least he teaches so much that tehy dotn like, and IN just think that they did for him in some way. I certainly have masses of experience of them trying to do for me, enough to recognise their actions and to know they would not like his show, though they would not openly say as much, they are slow to show their conservative faschist side side and certinly dont do it in public. They are so good at using people to get what they want, to push others, as Jon is pushing Colbert here or to push their opinions and Jon is married to one.

    Jon here seems to be slipping in an occassional comment that sound as if he is accusing Colbert of things here. I don't want John Oliver to hate me, but he has more the character to have stolen the show, he reminds me in some ways of the clever, clever people i have known so much more than Colbert does. Maybe Colbert was pulled against Jon, in part by others.

  53. You give children a mask because they find it easier to be themselves iwth one not because they then get more blocked up and stymied.

    Colbert character was not a veneer it gave incredible depth and richness to his reactions to things.We do feel vunerability and most cannot express it o feel it is unseeml to do so, but colbert character did express vunerability with such incredible brilliance. It was not a facade it was a million bits of psychology and truths about humans. Who has pulled you two to bits so that you two then do for each other. Jon is reducing Colberts act, and his own too, as in how the hell can he pretend to go on being intelligent. how can he go on being intelligent and call Stephens strange mixture between him and his character as a varnish or a facade. his characters were not opinionated, one part was an idiot but it was all mixed up with COlbert himself and it allowed him to say things with so much depth. .

  54. Get Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Samantha Bee and Bill Maher on the same stage for a 2 hour special. Please!

  55. I love how seamlessly they can go back and forth between being serious and humor

  56. trump's recent NC rally seemed like one of Hitler's rallies. Trump (real name Drumpf) should go back to his ethnic country–Nazi Germany, a regime that killed over 6 million innocent people and started a world war that killed millions more. Trump may very well be the son of Satan. Read 2 Corinthians 11. 14 Trump's earth dad was KKK, but his spiritual dad is more than evil. Why do you think that Trump is so orange? His Chinese sign is fire. Go back to the hell from where you crawled from, Drumpf. Drumpf was born on Saturday, June 14, 1946–The sixth day of the week, the sixth month of the year, and the sixth year of the decade–666–the sign of the beast. He lies enough to be the son of the father of lies, and he worships other demon-like dictators.

  57. One of my favorite memories is going to the Colbert Report in NY and being in the audience. Before the show he used to come out and take questions from the real him, not his character, and it was JARRING. I remember thinking someday he'll probably have a show as himself lol

  58. I forgot that Jon is equally as a phenomenal interviewer as he is a comedian maybe. You can really tell how comfortable and amazing he still is when hosting.

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