EPISODE NUMBER: 9054 (January 31, 2013)
GUESTS: Matthew Guerrieri
SEGMENTS: Sport Report – Ads for Ads & Deer Antler Spray | Sport Report – Gatorade Chemicals & Chicken Wing Shortage | Craziest F#?King Thing I’ve Ever Heard – Crows Using Tools | Matthew Guerrieri | Sign Off – Welcome Baby Sanchez!
SUIT REPORT: Black Pin Striped Suit | Striped White Shirt | Red/White/Blue Striped Tie
VIDEOS: Thursday, January 31, 2013
Welcome to the broadcast!
Crow Black Pin Striped Suit over a feather striped white, barrel cuffed dress shirt setting off a red, white and blue striped tie. Spoiler alert, check with the closing about why his suit, shirt and tie are all clip on!
“The sweet science, the pick and roll, from the downtown, you sunk my battleship! Yatzee!” is about the most cogent summary of American Football I have ever heard.
Get to your point, Stephen about the suspected banned substance, Deer Antler Extract.
Here are some endearing screen pics of Stephen.
How he held out without breaking on that sequence, we’ll never know.
Stephen’s review of Gatorade Chemicals and Chicken Wings with basically sphincter, sphincter, every where is not complete with out a little hot sauce. Would love to attend a basement, tailgate party at Annual Bash at Captain Colbert’s Goodtime, Balls Out Kicking It!
Thank you for your on the spot audience shout out: “Gotta love people who applaud brain damage like NFL fans.”
His sequence of puns about chicken wings was poultry in motion! Check it out!
Craziest F#?King Thing I’ve Ever Heard – Crows Using Tools
Loved his Craziest F#?King Thing and his ability to get past his interviews with James Carville. Cute kitten alert! Then Stephen demonstrates his problem solving, human potential that surpasses that of bird-brain-Crows. And thanks, Mr. C for demonstrating humans’ tendency to hit things; hey, when brute force doesn’t work, you are using enough. Am I right? Loved the M&M cheeks!
Thanks, Stephen, for letting us crow about you!
Now, Dr. Guerrieri has written an amazing book about the amazing genius of Beethoven and his, “dum, dum, dum, dumb” and upon hearing it a few more times, I have to say, I think I began to track. But Mr. Colbert stepped it up and listened in and graciously and kindly translated for his audience. I feared Dr. G was having a flash back from his dissertation defense or his last presentation at the International Musicological Conference.
Stephen was definitely counterpoint to Dr. G’s melody.
Welcome to our newest ColbertNation Hero! Baby Sanchez! Now, Madam Wardrobe Sanchez, please come back because Stephen’s suit sleeves are having an allergic reaction to this shirt sleeves! Nice tie though.