With the help of NJ Governor Phil Murphy and Jon Stewart, Stephen seeks to answer New Jersey’s most divisive question: Is there a ‘Central Jersey?’
Yes there is, and it’s the nicest part of Jersey lol
it was a soggy..
Him being born in Middletown is so perfect for this entire bit.
Centralists just don’t want to choose a side.
so it is still snowing there?
It’s amazing how, when discussing things that happened in January, the weather itself changes, and you end up doing an interview during a snowstorm in June.
Been sitting on this segment a while, eh, Late Show?
This Governor is awesome 😀
1:59 Marge Simpson
I lived in Plainfield, in Union County, for about eight years, and I think we need to draw a further distinction between East Central Jersey and West Central Jersey. East Central is just a big suburb of New York City, and West Central nobody really cares about.
Central New Jersey is as real as Wakanda
Field pieces are always awesome and this got better with a surprise Jon appearance ❤️❤️
Thanks for a refreshing nice comedy piece.
I still miss Jon Stewart
I think it’s Definitely Maybe Narnia lol love it alone just for the Definitely Maybe
This interview has to be old, look out the window in the back of them, it’s snowing. Or Jersey gets snow in June?
I’m from central jersey and I never knew it was a contested issue on whether where I live exists until I went to college
Bon Jovi’s Livin’ on a Prayer as a background music? Nice New Jersey touch 🙂
Central Jersey is real 732 represent
Funny thing is he’s from Middletown, and there’s two high schools there. Middletown North and Middletown South. 😂
We always knew central jersey exists. Rutgers New Brunswick is on it.
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