Haddish, Starr, Streep, Clooney, Hanks, Crystal And Oliver – The Best of The Colbert Questionert

Published on September 21, 2021

Stephen takes a look at some of the most revealing answers provided by the megawatt celebrities who have bravely participated in the scientifically-verified survey known as The Colbert Questionert. #Colbert #TheLateShow #TheColbertQuestionert

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  • wiley schmitt 2 years ago

    Good lord how did I forget that you can put peanut butter on an apple, TO THE KITCHEN!

  • JiveDadson 2 years ago

    The show without an audience was so good. It was way better that way.

  • Cyn Hanrahan 2 years ago

    I have missed these so much. The Ed Sullivan theater is great, but it lacks the intimacy of forced Zoom.

  • kingofthesharks 2 years ago

    Well…some of us youngsters cannot put peanut butter on an apple cuz it makes the apple poisonous =/

  • Julie Clark 2 years ago

    He already had both Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in the first few years of the Colbert Questionert, I sure hope it’s not down-hill from here even though it definitely for sure will be.

  • WIDE AWAKE 2 years ago

    When did Ringo start reverse aging? Saw him live in late 80s or early 90s. Here he looks like he could be that guy’s son.

  • Philoctetes 2 years ago

    Just. Love.

  • Luthian Diya 2 years ago

    If I had to listen to only one song for the rest of my life, it would be No Rain by Blind Mellon

  • michael fernandez 2 years ago

    One Quarter of One Third.

  • Real Tijuana 2 years ago

    Describe the rest of your life in five words?
    Lente, lente currite, noctis equi.

  • oltedders 2 years ago

    DANG! Ringo Starr is 81 years old. Unbelievable.

  • Solitare 2 years ago

    Peanut Butter and apples clash horribly. They’re great apart, but never together.

  • carrie85m 2 years ago

    “Our Lips Are Sealed” by the Go-Go’s… Just when I think I couldn’t love Tom Hanks more, he comes out with that amazing song and I love him so much more!

  • Christopher Merlot 2 years ago

    My life in five words: Dear Lord it happened again.

  • Vader 22 2 years ago

    Our Lips are Sealed co-written with Terry Hall – his Fun Boy 3 version is also stellar.

  • Art Jacob 2 years ago

    Good choice Ringo, he could have said that it’s one of the most recognisable drum intros ever but he’s way too modest.

  • sandra johnson 2 years ago

    John Oliver: “I feel seen”.


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