Introducing Stephen’s New Lifestyle Brand

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Published on September 18, 2015

Stephen isn’t just a celebrity, he’s a brand. Which means it’s high time he launched his own line of expensive, random things. Presented by New York Life

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48 comments

  • seriously smooth serial killer 3 years ago

    First cunts

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  • CallMe Steve 3 years ago

    love Stephen but did not love this segment even though I understand he’s
    making a parody.

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  • Stoned Soup 3 years ago

    WANT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • SkitHertz 3 years ago

    Want …

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  • Mark Lagunzad 3 years ago

    Colbert sure makes for a very convincing gay guy.

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  • Tabitha Cooper 3 years ago

    Want all the want.
    Well, not the couch..
    ..
    Want MOST of the want.

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  • Sushant Thapaliya 3 years ago

    *Parmesan Absinthe*.. Am I the only one who’s wondering what that’ll taste
    like? Haha

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  • Will Parkinson 3 years ago

    want

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  • Shaun Collins (Rogan) 3 years ago

    What’s the website?!?

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  • Paelorian 3 years ago

    A perfect mention of Alan Rickman.

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  • MrGoodkat94 3 years ago

    Why are all these segments so awesome!

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  • victtoriak 3 years ago

    I would love to buy things from the Alan Rickman brand!

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  • Justin Trovrt 3 years ago

    Shut up and take my money.

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  • habbogigi 3 years ago

    Thank god your back on my television

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  • Laura Neuzeth 3 years ago

    I definitely want that reclaimed couch, it looks vintage AF.

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  • lazyperfectionist1 3 years ago

    Want!

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  • george 3 years ago

    one dislike so far..I bet it’s Gwyneth paltrow

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  • Pyrodactyl Games 3 years ago

    Stephen really looks like Mitt Romney in that commercial.

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  • TheBabbage78 3 years ago

    I lost it at Parmesan absinthe

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  • Master Markus 3 years ago

    Oh my god, I thought that “Goop” was a joke making fun of Gweneth Paltrow.
    You poor, foolish woman.

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  • Ant Grisham 3 years ago

    the way he’s sitting really makes this segment

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  • Stefano Zannoni 3 years ago

    Best ad ever.. ! eheh

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  • MsTokies 3 years ago

    I kinda one to buy the coaster. im a little pissed I can’t lol

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  • Patrick McLaughlin 3 years ago

    I’ve been up all night throwing up from food borne illness. I thought
    nothing would be funny between the revolving door of diarrhea and vomit.
    “artisanal curb in brooklyn”. “folk art”. lol.

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  • SaintClare Entertainment 3 years ago

    How can anyone possible hate this? ^_^

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  • j.gabriel Tungol 3 years ago

    Im dead

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  • WSG Man 3 years ago

    Should’ve been “Isn’t that right, Secretariat?” and then have Sectretariat.

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  • rialene92 3 years ago

    a bison made it … lol

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  • Maolo92 3 years ago

    That was fun to watch, good job Colbert.

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  • Dx Flash 3 years ago

    That’s the most courageus bit I’ve ever seen in a late night talk show…
    I mean, criticizing celebrities!? Does he want to have a show with no
    guests?

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  • Gabriel Reineck 3 years ago

    Whole set of one…awesome

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  • Sixth Jayhawk 3 years ago

    That Alan RIckman joke though. Came out of left field. I probably laughed
    harder than I should’ve.

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  • Brandon Boyd 3 years ago

    Dude is hilarious! That commercial was pure comedy.

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  • fidorover 3 years ago

    I was hoping the Reese Witherspoon napkin set would feature her now-famous
    quote from her drunken arrest: “This is beyond.” The product copy would
    proclaim, *This whimsical 100% organic linen napkin is **beyond** fabulous
    for starting conversations among wealthy dinner guests about run-ins with
    the law. Use it to wipe away the laughter-induced tears as Biff and
    Penelope tell a tale of misplacing the keys to their Bentley and being
    detained by the police for trying to break in with the help of a homeless
    man of color.* Price: Beyond $100.

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  • Calvin Tustan 3 years ago

    Was that bison fed organic grass? Does he recycle and drive a hybrid? If
    not I can’t be confident in buying that wallet.

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  • mobaby1979 3 years ago

    friggin hilair

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  • Sixth Jayhawk 3 years ago

    I would legit buy all of this stuff… if only I had more money, like
    Stephen Colbert.

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  • Greg. Sym. 3 years ago

    How have more people not watched this? This is way better than the stuff
    with which Fallon bombards the internet!

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  • Flying Spectacles 3 years ago

    4:13 – I died at that part

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  • Astrid Lovelight 3 years ago

    ok, this is just about the greatest thing ever

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  • JayDubbman 3 years ago

    I feel like this segment is a glimpse into the former character of Stephen
    Colbert on the Colbert Report. Something he would do for himself in a
    heartbeat! Love it!

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  • Cornelius Maximillianus 3 years ago

    Stephen is genius, Top talk show on TV right now.

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  • Kevo 3 years ago

    This segment is so on point on criticizing celebrities who start to treat
    themselves as a brand it’s quite astonishing. Reminds me when Kayne charged
    $120 for a plan white t-shirt just because it was sold by him.

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  • anusha2901 3 years ago

    What was the alan rickman joke about?

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  • J Cho 3 years ago

    this is really good… someone had to call out celebrities and their
    commercial agencies selling “expensive, random things.”

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  • Charles Fish 3 years ago

    Unlike me I never had a me to tell me what I like. :D

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  • Ricardo Toureiro 3 years ago

    This is probably completely subjective but I think the reason I’m not
    enjoying this show (and lots of other ppl too apparently) despite liking
    Stephen is because other shows of this kind feel like the host is there for
    us. To entertain us, to inform us or simply keep us company. It’s a subtle
    inference but it feels like this show is all about Stephen’s character and
    that isn’t resonating.

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  • populousmass 3 years ago

    Colbert is nailing it in all aspects of late night! He gets a mix of
    guests, Politicians, Anthropologists, Celebrities, Comedians and actually
    asks them thoughtful questions. His monologues are laugh out loud funny,
    and these skits are comedic gold. I knew he would do well, but this is
    truly top shelf entertainment.

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