The Daily exhibit with Jon Stewart Reunites on The Late exhibit with Stephen Colbert – eonline
It was a simpler time, when Twitter hadn’t yet been invented, Lost had only aired one season, and The Daily exhibit with Jon Stewart employed some of nowadays’s comedy greats as correspondents.
Tonight, The Late exhibit with Stephen Colbert reunited a few of those greats to, of course, discuss politics, but also to celebrate that it’s been 20 years since Colbert joined The Daily exhibit. section of that celebration included recreating a scene from the Daily exhibit breakroom in the summer of 2005, when Colbert was just approximately to leave for his own exhibit.
Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, Ed Helms, Rob Cordry, and Steve Carell (played by John Oliver) every donned some wigs and fake facial hair to beget Hangover and warm Tub Time Machine jokes and steal each other’s yogurts from the demolish room fridge.
That silliness was followed by the whole group joining Colbert for an interview, during which everyone reminisced approximately their early field pieces and every the times they effect themselves in danger for whatever assignment they had been given.
For instance, one time, Bee found the subject of a yarn planning a foursome with his friend, Bee, and one of the exhibit producers, and Colbert once had to escape the KKK.
Stewart also took a moment to wonder why he seemed to contain aged the most out of everyone on stage, comparing himself to Mr. Holland, of Mr. Holland’s Opus.
And of course, we also had to watch John Oliver demolish his nose during a Civil War reenactment multiple times, in black and white and late motion.
While Steve Carell, who was a correspondent from 1999 to 2005, was too renowned busy shooting a film and couldn’t beget it to the reunion, he did acknowledge the gathering of his out of date coworkers on Twitter.
“Sorry that I’m not there, @Colbertlateshow,” he tweeted. “Miss you guys.”
perhaps, possibly he can beget it to the next reunion? Because honestly, we’ll win as many of these as we can salvage.
The Late exhibit with Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.