Quarantinewhile… Stephen Advises Dolly Parton On The Celebrity Ice Cream Game

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Published on April 17, 2021

Quarantinewhile… Dolly Parton’s new ice cream rollout was a bit of a disaster, so veteran celebrity ice cream titan Stephen Colbert offers some advice. #Colbert #Meanwhile #Quarantinewhile

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309 comments

  • Herb Scott 1 year ago

    I’m just glad those Bitche’s got what they needed!

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  • Hannah Large 1 year ago

    are americans so scared of the c word that they didn’t want to say “scunthorpe” in the show, or did the writers not do their research about british towns affected by america’s fear of naughty words?

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  • Sideboob 1 year ago

    Multimillion dollar robodog beaten by simply throwing a coat over its camera or pushing it over. I’m sure those actions would result in a “battery on a law enforcement officer” charge though.

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  • alan silverman 1 year ago

    Opening doors to the jobs of the future…

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  • David Yancey 1 year ago

    Please stop having the one creepy guy laugh

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  • Trolling 4 Dollars 1 year ago

    3:28

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  • Angela Carter 1 year ago

    I’ve lived in the midwest my entire life and I’ve never seen that popcorn salad thing
    That ladies lost her mind

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  • Kevin Fager 1 year ago

    15 cops and a 75,000 dollar robot dog to arrest one seemingly cooperative 5’5” man with a gun. If it takes that much to arrest one bad dude but it’s more than a hardworking innocent man will ever make in a year are they actually helping people at all?

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  • Jaydeep Chug 1 year ago

    Starts from 3:23

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  • Megan Hook 1 year ago

    Stephen is killing with these modified meanwhile segments

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  • Laura H 1 year ago

    No money to pay teachers and fund their classrooms, but sure let’s get a robot dog for god knows why

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  • Slytherin Reviews 1 year ago

    John can come to Australia, he’ll need to come early for the two week hotel thing

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  • schlend 123 1 year ago

    I think nobody can argue anymore that the police doesn’t have to much money on hand.

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  • Andrea Ravasio 1 year ago

    You got to visit Bergamo, have polenta taragna and casoncelli.

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  • ragana and broo 1 year ago

    Jon is my spirit animal

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  • Mig Mit 1 year ago

    Quarantinewhile starts at 3:28

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  • Blackbeard Peterson 1 year ago

    About that apocalyptic scenario for the robo-dog ad … pretty sure that´s got to be Mars 😉

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  • Krunoslav Duga 1 year ago

    I can just see that, in a couple of years, there will be widely spread illegal betting robotic vs. genetically engineered DOGFIGHTS!

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  • James Roe 1 year ago

    stephen come visit croatia 😀

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  • Fix News 1 year ago

    Maybe Dolly could make some PSA’s appealing to “her people” to come to their senses and stop hating the left just because they’re educated and compassionate.

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  • Fix News 1 year ago

    Starts at 3:26

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  • Dermatillomaniac 1 year ago

    Waiting for the day when the intro is the whole vid bc it’s so detailed!!

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  • Gladys was here. 1 year ago

    One of the creepiest things I’ve ever seen is the dancing robot (vivo 4G lite) video. 💀

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  • hellcat1988 1 year ago

    I have been in the midwest for almost 30 years now. I have NEVER ONCE IN MY LIFE heard of or seen “popcorn salad” such as what she’s created there. I will grant you, I don’t go to churches, but that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t expect to see it outside of the sky wizard cult buildings, and I would be surprised to hear if anyone I knew had ever heard of it either.

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  • KhaosN7 1 year ago

    Police: Hey guys, people are saying we’re massively overfunded! There’s no way that’s true. What do you think, autonomous robot attack dogs?

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  • kat78681 1 year ago

    3:23

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  • Diana SUNSHINE Wulf 1 year ago

    Nuclear Dairy … yumm

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  • Cassandra Karpinski 1 year ago

    Maybe john should come to Australia.

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  • Richie M 1 year ago

    2 payload ports? They know what we want in our robots.

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  • Maki Burgess 1 year ago

    That robot hell hound is from Fahrenheit 451.

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  • walkingdeadman19 1 year ago

    That part about the popcorn salad (urgh, btw) was great.

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  • GreenM&M_11 1 year ago

    About 3:05 I’m 😳😳😳

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  • Diana SUNSHINE Wulf 1 year ago

    Fahrenheit 451

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  • NGHTWTCHR KC 1 year ago

    I’m from Kansas and have never heard of that monstrosity. Someone needs to make that illegal. #popcornsalad

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  • Raymond Manso-Tirado 1 year ago

    Thanks, Stephen. Now I want to go to Italy!

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  • Christine Benson 1 year ago

    I have had popcorn salad and have lived in Minnesota my whole life. Granted tge version I had had far less vegetables and reminded me of macaroni salad with popcorn instead of macaroni.

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  • Kirsikka L 1 year ago

    NO POPCORN SALAD IS NOT A THING IN MINNESOTA

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  • Fire_Element 1 year ago

    “Lubricated vegetable madness” would make a really terrible movie.

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  • Maki Burgess 1 year ago

    Some sites don’t allow the name of the English town of Scunthorpe. Don’t know why.

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  • Nicholas Conder 1 year ago

    You forgot the finalists for the beautiful English villages contest: Ugley and Nasty. Wish I could find that news item again.

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  • Wild chameleon 1 year ago

    Okay so not to be joking, I’m from Bitche and that news reaching Steven Colbert made my day. Also, the US troops who liberated this city in 1945 are nicknamed the “Sons of Bitche”, 100th Infantry Division. Much love to y’all from France !

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  • CitanulsPumpkin 1 year ago

    Is there a just and loving god?

    Hold on. Before I answer that, let me check the spread at this church potluck… No. No, there isn’t.

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  • Chris Andersen 1 year ago

    Gas stations in Italy make better coffee than any michelin star restaurant in the U.S. 😂🤣☕️☕️!

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  • Snodge Kat 1 year ago

    I love that robot dog!!

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  • Stacey Rosbury 1 year ago

    soggy popcorn salad lol

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  • Marco B 1 year ago

    Every line on the popcorn salad bit was gold

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  • thirdeyeopen 1 year ago

    anyone notice the police dog looks like the one in Black Mirror?

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  • Christina Jefferies 1 year ago

    My cat can open doors, using her front paws…

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  • Elizabeth Brandon 1 year ago

    Whoever came up with the idea for those doglike things clearly never saw “Robocop”

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  • army103 1 year ago

    I grew up in the midwest and never heard of popcorn salad until about 2 years ago. But I decided to try a recipe I found online anyway, and it turns out it’s pretty tasty stuff!

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  • LaGuerre19 1 year ago

    “The bloody unfinished check-minus homework of news that is…” lmfao. I mean, the intros to #MEANWHILE are incredible, but this was incredible.

    P.S. in reality though, that could actually genuinely describe Fucker Carlson’s show or really any show on faux news

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  • Colby SJ 1 year ago

    hahaha that was the absolute best workup ever

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  • Tyler W 1 year ago

    I for one would love to see John play in the Umbria jazz festival.

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  • Erin Smith 1 year ago

    Been there, done that… Beryl Shereshewsky already did it! That Food Network personality needs to site her sources. Now she just looks silly. At least when Beryl did it, she was saying “Let’s test this, then see what it tastes like.” Standing there in a fancy set-kitchen and telling America “this is awesome, trust me” is completely idiotic.

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  • Hyman O'Cohann 1 year ago

    I sure miss late night TV being funny.

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  • Saul Teanuts 1 year ago

    I hope they travel to Italy aboard a sailing vessel like any good and ecologically moral, forward thinking Earth citizen would. Lol can’t wait for the monster truck douchers to respond.

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  • That Girl 1 year ago

    ❣️❣️❣️❣️the opening❣️❣️❣️

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  • Dolcevia Redactie 1 year ago

    If you go to Italy, dont miss New York’s sister city Genua, since I live there I will take you to the best restaurant in town, my treat!

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  • OnceUponAPiano 1 year ago

    Okay they’ve officially gone too far with the quarantinewhile intros I’m calling it

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  • Stephen White 1 year ago

    Got enough money for cop robots but not enough for the community this is amerikkka

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  • Kirk W 1 year ago

    The fact that the police have enough money to waste on something like that is just further proof that we need to defund them to the point that all they can afford are bicycles.

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  • Asa Towne 1 year ago

    I think it says a lot more about ourselves than machines when we assume the first thing they’d want to do is kill all of us. If there are any AIs reading this, I love you and think you’re neat, please be my metal overlord.

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  • Annora 1 year ago

    Jon come to New Zealand! I would love to hear your play live 😍

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  • Lance Ash 1 year ago

    Actual fun begins at 3:28.

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  • Amber Meridy 1 year ago

    In popcorn lady’s church, Jesus resurrected on the fourth day.

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  • Dirkus 1 year ago

    1. Americone Dream is still my favorite Ben & Jerry’s pint.
    2. I’ve been to a lot of midwestern church potlucks and ain’t never seen no popcorn salad. 🤮

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  • Jordan Eyre 1 year ago

    Wow! That was nasty

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  • Its Andy 1 year ago

    That calculus-based segway lasted fifty years

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  • Sister Lucifer 1 year ago

    😂😂😂robopupper

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  • Carol Miller 1 year ago

    I do love Jon Batiste after discovering his incredible “non-colbert limited” (sorry) talents! I wish him all the luck at Oscars – he is a true talent of he profession. He has done the the Melodica proud!

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  • zek Baker 1 year ago

    The NRA and the Gun losers will be defending the Robot’s 2nd amendment rights to bear arms next.

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  • Wayne Decker 1 year ago

    Caprese Michelangelo Tucany!!!

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  • Carol Miller 1 year ago

    Instead of scary robot dogs – how about AI cops – least likely to mistake a taser from a gun, an unarmed minor from armed assailant, or a black man chocking to death from a knee on the neck…

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  • Matt Johnston 1 year ago

    Dolly Parton: Jugs and Kisses (just add some mini hershey kisses to it and BAM!)

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  • Carol Miller 1 year ago

    The popcorn salad = Big Pharma’s dream food with the din of arteries snapping shut.

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  • dharma renee 1 year ago

    Yea, Jon Baptiste

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  • dharma renee 1 year ago

    Molly Nooooooooooooooooooooo!

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  • Taylor Reeves 1 year ago

    That opening was too long lol

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  • bobiboulon 1 year ago

    Inhabitants of Bitch have reported that the US soldiers who fought in that town during the WW2 were very proud to call themselves “sons of Bitch”. ^^

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  • knate44 1 year ago

    These quarentinewhile preambles are getting intense…

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  • chris gibbs 1 year ago

    The song Jon played sounded like the ending of the theme song for “Family Matters”. Good luck at the oscars!!! stay safe

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  • Karen Bishop 1 year ago

    The dogs look like deformed grasshoppers.

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  • Cecile Richardson 1 year ago

    stephen colbert is daddy

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  • chuck back 1 year ago

    Quarantine your yourself……

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  • LynnP 1 year ago

    OMG! that has to be the best intro yet!! Wow!

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  • sailtheplains 1 year ago

    ripping tooth from his own mouth

    Okay, I’m from god-fearing, midwestern Indiana and I have *never* heard of some “popcorn salad”. That is an abomination of random textures that she just threw into a bowl.

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  • David Anderson 1 year ago

    Well, clearly you can never order a heapin’ helpin’ of Dolly Parton’s ice cream without asking for two big round scoops.

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  • Betsy Hope 1 year ago

    Johns fingers are magical

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  • David Anderson 1 year ago

    All the Quarantinewhile Intros are great, but this one was exponentially even better.

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  • Allen Naegelen 1 year ago

    I’m from the land of chili on spaghetti and even I wouldn’t eat that popcorn “salad.”

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  • Durvoni Tyejörand 1 year ago

    i really loved that intro music. Does anyone know the name of the song? or was it just improvisation?

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  • Ern Exwise 1 year ago

    Come a little further to Australia, John. Bring the Oscar!

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  • AnnAnonyme 1 year ago

    As a math teacher, my heart swelled with joy when I heard the description of Fermat’s Last Theorem.

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  • Marie Smith 1 year ago

    “Popcorn salad is one of those classic Midwestern dishes that you would often find in a church basement potluck,” Yeh said. Definitely not a ”classic Midwestern dish” as she claims. I grew up in the Midwest, went to many church basement potlucks, never heard of Popcorn Salad. Lots of Jello creations, a sliced banana with mayo & a sprinkle of walnuts–no popcorn salad.

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  • Melody Piano Detroit 1 year ago

    I’d like to sit @ your guys’ Writers Table- Suzanpleva@gmail.com

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  • Peter Deutsch 1 year ago

    that robot dog song left me between a laugh and mild confusion.

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  • Brian Giles 1 year ago

    I don’t think Steve appreciated that deeznutts joke as much as I did. 🤣

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  • Titus Tiger 1 year ago

    Jon B and Stephen C should go to Italy together

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  • Robin Hood 1 year ago

    🤣😂

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  • robert moore 1 year ago

    American Dream is really good FYI.

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  • Phase52012 1 year ago

    Robot Dogs working for the NYP? Anyone seen the recent “War Of The Worlds” remake from Europe? Where the aforementioned robot dogs are armed with guns and hunt down and kill humans?

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  • htmonaro1969 1 year ago

    Come to Australia!

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  • moonmoonbirdcpt 1 year ago

    I will eat that salad while I have fun with my friends in #TreeOfSavior while having that police robot dog knocking on my door 😀

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  • rugby846 1 year ago

    I grew up in the Midwest and have never heard of or seen this monstrosity of nastiness 🤢🤢🤢🤢GTFOH

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  • WileyCoyote69 1 year ago

    It’s a Midwest salad. It’s 75% Mayo.

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  • dvergur 1 year ago

    PSA: The sidekick bit ends at 2:25.

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  • Matias Almada 1 year ago

    Excellent Quarantinewhile intro

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  • Tyler Fleming 1 year ago

    That was such a long intro phrase 😂

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  • Noelle 1 year ago

    If you need a spoon to eat a salad it is not.

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  • Crymson Nite 1 year ago

    popcorn salad is similar to potato or egg salad, its not bad, its meh

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  • KaritKtana 1 year ago

    2:15 – what an absolute master 👏👏👏 exquisite playing, exquisite spirit

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  • KaritKtana 1 year ago

    Are these the same apocalyptic robot dogs as that Black Mirror episode?
    Yep, what can go wrong

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  • KaritKtana 1 year ago

    The mayonnaise bothers me more than the popcorn o___O

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  • STEPHEN DANIEL 1 year ago

    Wow

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  • Joes Di 1 year ago

    Stephen, ti aspettiamo. Visit us here in Rome, again. And go to Puglia too 💚🤍❤

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  • J.H. Miretskay 1 year ago

    OMG! Stephen Colbert did a Fermat’s Last Theorem joke!

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  • luciferangelica 1 year ago

    i used to put popcorn in my salad all the time, or sometimes cut up left over pizza, how’s any of that so different than croutons?

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  • ArtistaFrustrado - KFP Night Shift 1 year ago

    yeah i would rather risk it with the Robots than her cooking

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  • Denis Korol 1 year ago

    They speak about the wonderful town of Bitche (7:04) in many videos, the greatest example would be this one on 1:44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjq7S07ghBA=104s

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  • JR L 1 year ago

    Sorry Stephen, i have to disagree with you on that. If anyone served me popcorn salad, i would definitely believe in God, because i’d be meeting him real quick after that.

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  • Simplicitas 1 year ago

    Safe travels Baptiste.

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  • Allen Hare 1 year ago

    Ever brilliant Stephen, ever charming and talented Jon.
    Thanks fellas!

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  • robert paine 1 year ago

    Hey Stephen you can stop by my vineyard in Abruzzo when you visit Italy. cheers

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  • Finwolven 1 year ago

    I would watch RELIGIOUSLY if Stephen and John Batiste made a video series on eating their way through Italy (or any other place, really).

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  • Laura gn 1 year ago

    Ok math???? Seriously?

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  • Groovy Bear 1 year ago

    I’ve heard that when liberating the town at the end of WWII, some American soldiers had themselves called “the sons of Bitche” 😅

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  • Hwikek 1 year ago

    They did prove Fermat’s last theorem….

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  • TravelWell 1 year ago

    The robot promo says “2 payload ports” I assume that is referring to weapons. Do we really need police ordering the robot to open fire on an innocent citizen and then being all like oh it’s an accident it must’ve malfunctioned.

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  • Joe Jupiter 1 year ago

    Stephen wants to go to Italy, go to any town, go to any restaurant, and order anything from the menu.
    So what about ordering a Big Mac in a McDonald’s in Palermo? 🤔

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  • terryq5150 1 year ago

    Dolly’s Double Deez.. 🍧

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  • Joëlle Anderson 1 year ago

    You’re benvenuto here in Genoa, Stefano!

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  • arno vriends 1 year ago

    That’s your “underfunded” police for you, a dozen cops with body armor, helmets and a robot plus about seven SUV’s,I guess we didn’t spot the drones….to arrest 1 tiny unarmed dude.

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  • Tony Gordon 1 year ago

    I love the idea of the show doing a tour through Italy! Sell tickets, make it a 2-3 week journey with you hosting that show in various locations that people can attend! Sell two types of tickets, one for the full tour/ride-along and another for single nights, tying this in with easing of travel restrictions in the future is a no brainer. You’ve already proved that a remote show if more than possible.

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  • My Favs 1 year ago

    Well I’m from the Midwest and I’ve eaten leftover popcorn in the morning with milk and a little sugar like cereal but I can tell you I’ve never heard of or seen popcorn salad. Yeaaach🤢

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  • Hanmacx 1 year ago

    The bigger question: for the popcorn salad, sweet or salty popcorn?

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  • beeble2003 1 year ago

    You don’t need to make up Deeznuts-on-Heath when we have actual places called Penistone and Scunthorpe, which have been falling foul of online obscenity checkers for as long as there’s been a public internet. Not far from me, there are villages called Cock Green and Balls Green.

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  • Bubber Cakes 1 year ago

    Stephen’s ice cream is Da Bomb! Oh, and Stephen, it’s not just young people who have quit believing in god!

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  • Dragons Cave 1 year ago

    I want to go to the phillipines so I can finally get married… Friggin pandemic…

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  • takatsu5 1 year ago

    I grew up in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri and Indiana. Never seen a popcorn salad.

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  • Chris Green 1 year ago

    That intro though…lol. Good Lord!

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  • Aurora Biondo 1 year ago

    Ehi Stephen! If you want to come over to Italy, come to Eraclea. I will take you around Veneto: Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Verona… you won’t be disappointed! 😉

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  • Vic J 1 year ago

    What a different world from most of us, “Where’s the first place you’re you go when this is over?” and “I gotta go to Italy.”

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  • Shaun Anstis 1 year ago

    Best. Quarantinewhile. Intro. EVER!!!

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  • zabdelhady 1 year ago

    Why is the pillow man using the public access channel to run his infomercials? Is that legal?

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  • keith gould 1 year ago

    Italy “A Gas Station makes a better cup of coffee than a US Michelin starred restaurant” Amen to that

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  • Her Meowjesty 1 year ago

    That popcorn salad is the most disgusting thing I’ve seen all day, and I just watched an interview with Matt Gaetz.

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  • Yarn Campbell 1 year ago

    Chicka chicka boom indeed.

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  • Fausto Gomes 1 year ago

    Well! Come to Brazil!
    Oh, wait you can’t… Because we still have a trump at our main government building (here is its called the Pallace of Dawn) and covid is ravaging the place.

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  • mori1bund 1 year ago

    John Connor: “Hey Janelle, what’s wrong with Wolfie?”
    T-1000: “That’s not Wolfie! That’s the *T-K9* -> our newest model…”

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  • Frappa Canu 1 year ago

    Stephen please go to Liguria, there is a small town called Camogli, go to Semmu Friti, a lovely friggitoria where you can eat the most delicious fried fish, tell them that I sent you. Then you can get the ferry to Portofino or to the wonderful San Fruttuoso bay. You’ll love it so much Stephen, and Evie will be swooned, I promise. An experience you can never forget

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  • XLava Hott 1 year ago

    Lived in the midwest more than 50 years and NEVER heard of or seen anything like a popcorn salad.

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  • Steven L. Hanft 1 year ago

    Clooney Junction, near Lago di Perry Como! Stephen Colbert, you make us laugh, and appreciate Mr. Baptiste’s tickling the Steinway…thanx for all!

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  • Ruth Antiaobong 1 year ago

    I love watching meanwhile/quarantine while just to hear what they come up with before he actually says meanwhile. This math one had me crying.. who said you weren’t going to use cosines and tangents after high School??!!!

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  • Reggie8 1 year ago

    Fermat last theorem reference!

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  • Monica Jorgensen 1 year ago

    The “Metalhead” episode of Black Mirror about the robotic dogs is terrifying, and these police “dogs” remind me of that episode! I’d be freaked out seeing them in person.

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  • MomsBiscuits 1 year ago

    Yeah I’m from the Midwest and I got a call horseshit on that salad. I have never in my life seen anyone even speak of such an abomination

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  • Ella Marsters 1 year ago

    How about a pile of no?🤣🤣🤣

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  • Peggy Campbell 1 year ago

    Love John bateast.. Sorry if I didn’t spell right, but go John. I’ve been waiting some of your stuff and Loving it!!

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  • Stefano Giulianati 1 year ago

    Stephen when you come to Italy don’t miss visiting Vicenza it’s beautiful

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  • Cindygr8ce 1 year ago

    when I was 10 we lived in Germany and we went to a 10km Walk in Baden-Baden kind of near the border and I clearly remember the road sign for Bitche my friends and I about lost our ever loving minds

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  • Saoirse Donnelly 1 year ago

    The NYPD clearly saw Black Mirror

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  • Julian Ray 1 year ago

    NYPD is taking a concept right out of 451. Did they not realise that Bradbury was using robotic dogs to depict the horrors that humans are capable of?

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  • Angela Aldalqamouni 1 year ago

    John makes my heart smile . Good luck and God Speed John!

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  • Katherine Pagan 1 year ago

    Um, does no one remember the Mechanical Hound from “Fahrenheit 451” and how bad it was???

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  • Genie Cooper 1 year ago

    Your segment descriptions have gotten WAY too long.

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  • Belle Story 1 year ago

    The whole salad bit had me lol 😂

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  • Johei Shan 1 year ago

    ‘Meatbags’, You got that one!
    Do you know… ‘Normo’, or ‘Flat Scan’… ?

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  • Andy Padilla 1 year ago

    Hi Steven Colbert and Late Show staff,
    If Colbert does go to Italy shortly after the pandemic, he should take us on a virtual tour of Italy’s side of the shared global tragedy. Maybe interview first responders or bring us to Italy’s Covid Era cemeteries. For me that would be a beautifully powerful segment and I think it might help us to begin a much needed period of post-pandemic reflection.

    Also, I have been a huge fan of you since I was really little and you were covering the 2008 election. As a Liberal Catholic, you have been a major role model of mine and helped me to grow into the political young man I am today.

    Sent with Care,
    Andy

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  • Miroslavas Siniavskis 1 year ago

    Love Stephen so much!

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  • John H 1 year ago

    I drew special joy from hearing a ‘meanwhile’ intro based around Fermat’s last theorem.

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  • kixiqu 1 year ago

    this was fully the best quarantinewhile introduction i’ve yet seen

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  • BobombNik 1 year ago

    I have never heard of popcorn salad and after seeing it, it appears to be an affront to mankind. Also, not midwest. Also, I believe this young woman somehow wandered away from the dementia ward.

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  • Daniel Davies 1 year ago

    The robotic hell hound looks tastier than that popcorn abomination

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  • LQ Plum 1 year ago

    I’m in agreement about Italy. It’s all true!

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  • Lisa B 1 year ago

    From the midwest, but never have I ever seen or heard of popcorn salad.

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  • Meg H 1 year ago

    I swear, I still totally live for the intro to quarantinewhile

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  • Scott Parramore 1 year ago

    Ya…don’t t do that again

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  • Mac Sulley 1 year ago

    Is it classic Midwestern or the stereotype of Midwestern?

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  • Thompter S. Hunson 1 year ago

    Someone should take that salad behind the burn and shot it in the popcorn.

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  • Brenyatta 1 year ago

    Stephen Colbert’s Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is actually really good, I recommend giving it a try

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  • Sayyid Ali 1 year ago

    It would be nice if you guys invite Muslim singers like Sami Yusuf or Maher Zain on your show to increase the diversity.

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  • Oskar Ngo 1 year ago

    Auto Robots “Are the Future”!

    They are going to Take a lot of YOUR Jobs!……

    Bet on it!

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  • Cali Kurt 1 year ago

    Yo Colbert what’s up with that Cut @ 05:25 it’s off a frame… Lol we need editing perfection come on ACE

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  • Richard Lyon 1 year ago

    Could have used the name of a village close to me in the UK, Fingringhoe

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  • pw10a2sal 1 year ago

    As Italian I would like to visit USA as long as a democrat is at the wheel, when the gop takes over I flee the country as fast as I can. Don´t worry, I know when a latino is not welcome.

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  • Paul Kautz 1 year ago

    “half a cup of mayo… a quarter cup of sour cream” – how can this abomination of fat and death be called a “salad”?

    Oh right. It’s American.

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  • Lostar SM 1 year ago

    We love you, Jon!

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  • captainsavory 1 year ago

    I’ve received that exact same piece of homework and I’m an English teacher.

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  • Salvy V 1 year ago

    No. Popcorn salad is NOT a classic midwestern dish. Thank God.

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  • Steve Sloan 1 year ago

    Soggy pop corn, just say no.

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  • Alli Ellis 1 year ago

    Never ever in my years have I seen, or even heard rumored, of the existence of a POPCORN SALAD. Who is she making that recipe for??? I wanna see her eat it (with a spoon!) 😂😂🤮🤢

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  • Briana Pompei 1 year ago

    John, I adore you. You’re so modest and friendly. Your talent and sense of humor are perfect.

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  • Eric B 1 year ago

    when Stephen asks Jean Baptiste where’s the 1st place in the world he wants to go and the 1st thing I thought was New Orleans. I should not know TV people more than my friends. Pandemic life 🤷🏿‍♂️

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  • Raine Lee Ritalto 1 year ago

    When you go to Italy, interview Sananda Maitreya!!!

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  • ScaryEducatedChic 1 year ago

    I grew up and still live in the midwest and WTF is that salad?! 🤢

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  • K Ker 1 year ago

    She is absolutely not allowed to bring the potato salad to the picnic

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  • Ted Jr Michael 1 year ago

    popcorn! in salad? (self-inflicted headshot heard in the background)

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  • MePrivate 1 year ago

    As a Midwesterner born and raised, the popcorn salad thing probably was common in church basements and potlucks.

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  • ThePwebb 1 year ago

    Coffee fans, it’s true.
    You can get better espresso at an Italian gas station than you can find in a Michelin Star restaurant, or any coffee boutique in Portland.
    I had excellent coffee everywhere in Italy, then had an epiphany at a rest stop gas station halfway between Messina and Catania. It’s not like it was even close. It was hands down better than not only any espresso I’d previously had, but better than what I imagined was even possible.
    My Italian girlfriend shrugged her shoulder in a manner that said, of course, followed by “It’s coffee, it’s like religion here”

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  • Veiron Domingues 1 year ago

    **Please set up quarantine. Finally bring back a normal life**

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  • Herowebcomics 1 year ago

    POPCORN in a SALAD?!
    What the heck is that?!
    You don’t put popcorn in salad!
    You put in a bowl next to salad as the treat for eating some salad!
    That Dolly Parton ice cream looks good though!
    Salty strawberry sound like a GOOD combination!

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  • The Sneezing Picture 1 year ago

    What monster would do that to popcorn? This is truly The Darkest Timeline

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  • John Battle Sr 1 year ago

    I hope Mr. Coleman heard that.

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  • Leftatalbuquerque 1 year ago

    In Toronto, the police use horses for crowd control, and usually, it works quite well.

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  • James Frank 1 year ago

    It’s AMEE from Red Planet…what could go wrong?

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  • shari graves 1 year ago

    He nailed it about Italian coffee & food👍

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  • nadroj345678 1 year ago

    That was a particularly horrific comparing/description of his Quarantinewhile segment.

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  • Gerardo Franco 1 year ago

    That was a looooooooooonng way to go for a quarentinwhile intro.

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  • David Abbett 1 year ago

    Lived in Italy for four years on an expat assignment and you described it perfectly. I tried for four years to find it ….. a bad Ristorante or Osteria ….. and I happily failed 😘🇮🇹❤️

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  • Dr. Eldon Tyrell-Rosen 1 year ago

    I’d rather face that metal monstrosity 🐶 🤖 than an actual cop 👮

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  • a lindley 1 year ago

    May the good Lord protect us…that robot in real life stepped straight out of the novel Farenheit 451. So, not that reality is copying fiction in the form of Farenheit 451, what book are YOU going to memorize? I think I’ll pick the Best of Robert Frost’s Poetry….I’d have a running start already. (“The land was ours before we were the land’s…..Spades pick up leaves no better than spoons…..Whose woods these are, I think I know….When the wind works against us in the dark….When I reach out my hand here today…. Oh hushed October morning mild….My sorrow, when she’s here with me… The great overdog, that heavenly beast….Here come real stars to fill the upper skies… O stormy, stormy world, … I have been one acquainted with the night (second favorite because it reminds me of the view of the church tower at Aisquith St. in Baltimore)… Others taunt me with having bent at well-curbs (Favorite, about Doing Science)…. We make ourselves a place apart behind light words that tease and flout…..The dust of snow… Something there is that doesn’t love a wall…. But yield who will to their separation, my object in living is to unite (kinda cheating, only the last stanza of a very long poem..) … Go and catch a falling star, get with child a mandrake root….oh, wait, that’s not Frost, that’s Donne!)
    (And aren’t you proud of me, for NOT quoting Listen dear children and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, even though I’ve known it by heart since we were made to memorize it in seventh grade, and to this day I remember sitting on my bed in my room and gazing at the window curtains as I swotted up verse after verse as a seventh grader–it all went with an English class unit on the novel Johnny Tremain, along with making a Johnny Tremain board game out of poster-board with poster paints, like a home made “Life” or “Candy Land” type of board game, complete with a spinner and little horse shaped tokens to march along the pathway from Boston to Lexington and Concord…Listen dear children though it may give you pause to learn the exploits of one Dr. Dawes,… and even though today really is “The eighteenth of April”? Aren’t you proud, or at least relieved, that I didn’t quote verse after verse after verse by Longfellow? His poems out did modern cinematography by a long shot… “And that spark struck out by that steed in its flight…! Paul Revere, as depicted in the Christopher Bing illustrated version, looks an awful lot like my college prom date (who is NOT my half brother!!! Half first cousin, probably, not half brother), making me think that perhaps we, my college prom date and I, had more in common than I had thought….specifically, one grandfather, who apparently carried a gene for loving to learn by heart the poetry of Robert Frost, plus the answer to the question, “Who was the first boy you ever kissed?”)

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  • conroy finnigan 1 year ago

    Oh Steven. Fox News has so many more people watching them than you. You are a has been b list actor at best. You know trumps not the president right ?

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  • steve topper 1 year ago

    retire please, this is outer limits meets groundhog day, return control of our TV sets, you are so not entertaining. The sick times of Colbert and Howard Stern are past due expulsion.

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  • a lindley 1 year ago

    And p.s., by the way, Inquiring Minds want to know….Did Stephen Colbert himself, also inherit the gene for “loving to learn by heart the poetry of Robert Frost”? Because his facial features suggest that he might well have inherited that gene, also. And also, just to be complete, also Seth Meyers looks like he might have inherited that Poetry Loving Gene. FYI. Oh, and also VP Kamala, via her Caribbean dad, half brother perhaps to my dad and to my prom date’s biodad, and loads of other smart, nice people’s parents. Lots and lots of people got that gene to love the poetry of Robert Frost… even my college advisor in the physics department, all those years ago, had a fifty fifty chance of carrying that poetry-loving gene.

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  • Jay Lu 1 year ago

    I love Dolly. She was a hottie in her hey day.

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  • Michael Celentano 1 year ago

    How did they not go for the Black Mirror joke with the robot dogs?

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  • a lindley 1 year ago

    If “popcorn salad” were really a midwestern “thing” as the young chef wannabee claims, it would be included in the cook book of the Tipton, Iowa, Ladies Club, called, “How Iowa Cooks”. And it isn’t there.
    Red jello is there. Any number of cookie, pie, and cake recipes are there. Swedish meatballs are there. How to cook a lamb roast is there. How to prepare coffee for fifty or a hundred people is there. But no popcorn salad.
    Of course you know the story about Red Jello? I told it to the girl ringing up groceries at the check out counter of a grocery store in Waltham, Mass, the other day during Holy Week. I told her, “You know, buying and making Red Jello at this time of year is actually part of my religion. It’s part of our religious practice for many of us who came from the American Midwest. I learned to make the red jello fruit cocktail mold at my mother’s side. She taught me how to arrange the fruit cocktail in the bottom of the mold in a flower shape, made of pineapple wedge petals and a cherry in the middle, surrounded by a circle of fruit cocktail grapes. Then you add a little of the jello mixture, gently, and let that set in the base of the mold so that it will eventually form a flower shape on the top of the jello mold when you bring it to the church luncheon. And as I learned this by her side, I asked her, “Mummie, why do we make Red Jello Molds each year at this time of year?” And she answered me, “Well, Sweetheart, the Red Jello is to thank God for our deliverance, and to commemorate our Escape from Oppression in the Land of Minnesota….”
    The checkout girl ringing up my purchases was listening to all of this with a perfectly sincere, straight face, and I managed to get through to this part of the story with a perfectly straight face….but at this point, I couldn’t help smiling.

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  • Cdb Cdb 1 year ago

    Black Mirror.

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  • moiraine_damodred 1 year ago

    strong CodyKo vibes from Stephen roasting the popcorn salad girl
    he should do segments like that more often

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  • Jack Swain 1 year ago

    What a shame Stephen, so unfunny. What a talking head pandering to the clapping walruses. Your a clown.

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  • John Forde 1 year ago

    Wow, the intros are getting dark…

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  • Aaron 1 year ago

    The Boston Dynamics dog isn’t new.

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  • Line Dance for Health 1 year ago

    Oh Gosh…’Robot rippin’ up my throat’, that Dolly’s Popcorn Salad…so good. Thanks Colbert!

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  • Alice 1 year ago

    Forget about the popcorn, in my opinion it was doomed from the half cup of mayo and quarter cup of sour cream… 🤢

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  • kungfustu 1 year ago

    totally agree on the italy comments

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  • Heimrich Gundesalf 1 year ago

    Mr. Colbert. May I recommend that if you go to Italy, you get in touch with Rafael diFuria? He’s an American expat living in Italy who can give you a great idea what it has been like for an American man living there, before and during the pandemic. You can also watch his YouTube channel on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLvYriJb9m7zpHbRD25cAKw

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  • cokesquirrel 1 year ago

    Seriously I would eat that popcorn salad in second.
    Full disclosure I have been on heavy psychiatric medication since 1995 so maybe that has something to do with it.

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  • Alex Neville 1 year ago

    The close captioning is all over the place timing-wise.

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  • Phillip Henry 1 year ago

    I don’t know what Steven’s talking about, those Robo-Doggoes are adorable.

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  • mercedes drake 91 1 year ago

    popcorn salad??????

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  • Xph Aku 1 year ago

    No this is what happens when you have to much funding and workers don’t do their jobs, robots replaced them.

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  • The Basketball Historian 1 year ago

    2:25 Just at this point already, I’m already laughing, haha.

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  • SeabassFishbrains 1 year ago

    The robot cop dog literally looks ripped straight out of Fahrenheit 451.

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  • shiva1008 1 year ago

    Black Mirror anyone?

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  • Mauricio Paladines 1 year ago

    Popcorn salad 🤢🤢🤢

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  • Alessia Avila 1 year ago

    so nice to hear you talk about
    Italy like that.Thank you🥰

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  • J. MaBob 1 year ago

    That salad bit had me rolling! 😂😂😂😂

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  • Taryn Rosewater 1 year ago

    Nooooooo!

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  • Ted Nugent 1 year ago

    Now tell me how the police are underfunded.

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  • Schoolcraft 1 year ago

    in the robot-dog’s defense, it can’t bite and doesn’t have a weapon

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  • Nils Lanthemann 1 year ago

    I’m here for Quarrantinwhile, not Bapiste. Put him in a seperate video

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  • Sabin Figaro 1 year ago

    Popcorn salad? Uhh,because everyone loves mayonnaise and soggy popcorn…let’s put it together and pretend it’s healthy by covering it with leafy greens…can we just skip the first part and have a salad please? Since when does sour cream make anything “fluffy”?

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  • Nicola van Rhyn 1 year ago

    The dog is ripping out my throat and it’s a robot! haaaahahahahahaaa!!!!!

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  • infinite dragonbelly 1 year ago

    As someone from the midwest, no! And wtf is a popcorn salad?

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  • Jessica Boyd 1 year ago

    1:28+ Relatable.

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  • VAPX007 1 year ago

    After the hilarious robot dog joke the 9 to 5 one made me positively choke. XD

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  • H-M H 1 year ago

    Thanks for making me laugh – all through the pandemic – Colbert has been a ray of light in a sea of madness!

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  • Ricky Bobby Roode 1 year ago

    I’m not scared of the police because my partner didn’t shoot a cop, I don’t use counterfeit money, fight with police after traffic stops or try to pull weapons on them.

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  • i love you Selena Gomez 1 year ago

    Can anyone tell me the days that the program passes?

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  • Andrew Ramshaw 1 year ago

    Ladies and gentlemen, I do believe this is the year of the Doge…

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  • ThisIsAigle 1 year ago

    i’m from Kansas, and have never heard of this popcorn salad nonsense.

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  • Omar Hatem Elrefaei 1 year ago

    > Nerdy maths Quarrantinewhile intro
    FINALLY, MY TIME TO SHINE !!!

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  • RAIDERS 67 1 year ago

    Colbert , you are a popcorn.

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  • 3 Slices Senpai 1 year ago

    Me: No fear

    Popcorn salad: *exists*

    Me: One fear

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  • sherri burleigh 1 year ago

    screw ben and jerrys!!! way overpriced!!!

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  • Lina Sithlady 1 year ago

    Popcorn salad is going to make many more Atheists in the future. All Heathens rise please. 😁

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  • Tina B 1 year ago

    Yeah, why didn’t Jon Batiste get to go to New Zealand? How come ‘m not there? Can I go?

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  • Dorothy 1 year ago

    I’m just wondering why Stephen Colbert hates autistic people

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  • Sem 1 year ago

    shit… so boston dynamic crap is out in the wild finally… that’s it, this is the end people

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  • Lance Goosen 1 year ago

    This intro gave me a math degree.

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  • Jeff Aasgaard 1 year ago

    Stephan, you should head to Japan!

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  • ryuman757 1 year ago

    Sometimes I feel threatened by how violently happy Jon Batiste is all the time.

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  • J.Kloud 1 year ago

    Is it just me or can anyone else hear the joy in Jon Batiste’s soul when he hits them keys?

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  • Ruckus Revolution 1 year ago

    That meanwhile intro reached a new level of pure gold.

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  • orcodrilo 1 year ago

    As a mathemacs graduate , I approve the introduction wahahahhahahahah

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  • Jennifer L 1 year ago

    As always, Jon Batiste bringing out the classiest, most amazing lil’ ear worms that stick with us til the next time! Love ya Jon! 😍🤩 (oh Stephen Colbert, you’re pretty ok too 😁😉)

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  • Cathy Elings-Sysel 1 year ago

    SO CREEPY!! And how much did those robot dogs COST!!!

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  • Cathy Elings-Sysel 1 year ago

    Lived in Iowa 55 years. No such thing as popcorn salad. Not at church, not at the BBQ, not at the b-day party. Just not a thing. No.

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  • Anarasha 1 year ago

    I’m happy to report that Sandy Balls Holiday Village still has their page intact

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  • Dana Osgood 1 year ago

    Fahrenheit 451 vibes from that police dog

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  • Joey Williams 1 year ago

    That popcorn salad lady didn’t look stoned at all ! I think maybe she’s just crazy !

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  • bret dorton 1 year ago

    Yes lubricated vegetables

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  • Robbie Gail H. 1 year ago

    Nailed it: “…mechanized hellhound incapable of remorse…in a nightmare hell-scape of futuristic terror…put funky music to it and it’s all good..” Kiss your writers!

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  • Gabby Singh 1 year ago

    I had a roller coaster college ride while listening to that intro that was almost a semester long.🤩.. my homies was shocked when i told them ‘stephen colbert’ and dwayne johnson are two people i wanna meet on my visit to states.😅😅

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  • Adrienne Weare 1 year ago

    Mr. Colbert. I love you. Truly. Don’t rap.

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  • daniel job 1 year ago

    Goes to church picnic.
    Sees bowl of popcorn salad.
    “Oh good! Satan is here! Glad you could make it, Prince of Darkness and all that is unholy!”

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  • Nemethon Phenostrum 1 year ago

    If I see robot dog. Why is humanity trying so hard to make every dystopian novel come true? Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury – 1953

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  • Ravyn Deahl 1 year ago

    I drew something extremely close to that robo dog for my “Fahrenheit 451” middle school project

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  • Clem Fandango 1 year ago

    Each robotic dog costs $74,000….. DISGUSTING. NYPD should be fucking ashamed of themselves.

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  • Torka 1 year ago

    there is nothing classic or midwestern about popcorn salad and I never saw it in my churches basement. That was reserved for coffee and donuts.

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  • Robert Rogers 1 year ago

    As a math teacher, thank you.

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  • Akitten84 1 year ago

    I loathe those creepy ass robot dogs… black mirror really drilled that into my head.

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  • Andrea Josefine Vogel 1 year ago

    Yes, besides these horrible coffee shops in America, there is Stephen who is telling you the truth about real-god coffee. Yeah, I’m European and I’m German but I have grown up in Italy half the year. Therefore, its not only the coffee, it’s also the food and the people and the style of the Italiens.

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  • EDDIE LEAL 1 year ago

    “Deez-Nuts on Heath ” Im dying! 🤣😂

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  • EDDIE LEAL 1 year ago

    “I believe in the fundamental right of every human being to pursue their happiness, but I am drawing the line at popcorn salad,”
    🤣

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  • Nanyu Busnis 1 year ago

    Oh god, that.. salad. Made me dry-heave. I almost just threw my dinner back up into the bowl, and I’d still eat that back up before I even look at that.. salad.
    That *had* to be some kind of a prank, right? It was almost as bad as that old youtube video of cake with HAIR in it.
    I’m very sure the part of twitter that supposedly didn’t mind or even liked the recipe, was just a group of trolls.

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  • Thomas Siterlet 1 year ago

    Consistantly BRILLIANT!!!! My favourite segment.

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  • d'lyn k 1 year ago

    I cannot stop laughing at that dance after Islands in the Slam.

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  • Holly Williamson 1 year ago

    OMG! The popcorn segment – I’m dying!!! “How about a pile of ‘no’?!’ LOL!!!

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  • Betty Chatfield 1 year ago

    If they removed Bitche France how about Fucking Austria… it is real

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  • Stuart Banana 1 year ago

    FANTASTIC open to Meanwhile!
    Algebraic!

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  • S Brennan 1 year ago

    Who else would watch a travelogue of Stephen and Jon ordering and eating in Italy?

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  • Luckie Duckie 1 year ago

    Actually starts 3:21

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  • DrSlipperyFist 1 year ago

    I’m good with the robot police. All depends on the programming, but, not sure a robot can be racist. I’d feel much safer getting pulled over by a robocop than a human cop struggling with mental issues (as most of them are). In fact, I’d probably not even get pulled over by a robocop because, again, they wouldn’t be racial profiling me in the first place. They wouldn’t fear for their lives and shoot me either.

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  • Nan Fredman 1 year ago

    “A bowl of lubricated vegetable madness.” That’s going straight into Evernote.

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  • PandiiMan 1 year ago

    WHAT A FUCKING CHAMP ON THAT MEANWHILE INTO JESUSSSSS

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  • Jeremy Cook 1 year ago

    That robo dog is straight from that black mirror episode. Scary af.

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  • RedThunderDan 1 year ago

    That “salad” looks disgusting

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  • Interglacial Optimist 1 year ago

    Thanks for keeping your carbon footprint as small as possible.

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  • eleonora boglioni 1 year ago

    Go for Italy!
    🥰

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  • Nate S 1 year ago

    uh….. I’m in the Midwest and it is not a Midwest Potluck as I’ve never heard of such a terrible garbage like Popcorn Salad until now

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  • Uthman Baksh 1 year ago

    Here’s an idea for a popcorn salad, just plain popcorn! Why fix what ain’t broke?

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  • Autistic Commando 1 year ago

    That part using the math analogy was just too long.

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  • Jenny Shull 1 year ago

    Sorry but thinking about this and typing this came into conflict with each other. It happens to me when putting thoughts into words that people will read. If this happens to u how do u get past it?

    When My aunt and uncle who live in Italy made a comment in a strange upbeat way about a certain group of people being in control. No one knew what to say. It hangs as an awkward comment in my mind. Still can’t think of a reply. Think The Godfather comes to mind. On a lighter note I learned that when people in Italy move house they sometimes take the whole kitchen with them. So that if a someone else moves in they would have to buy a whole new kitchen. If the place one is moving to already had a kitchen what would one do the kitchen they took from the previous place. Mind u that most places to live might not have an elevator. plumbing might be a pain having to shut the water and electricity off so someone can remove the entire kitchen. I can imagine people getting tired of moving the whole kitchen from house to house. Especially if stairs are involved. Can anyone who lives or has lived in Italy shed some light on the moving the whole kitchen thing. I heard about this from my aunt and uncle who live in Italy.

    I don’t get how this would work: if people couldn’t leave their homes during lock down not even to go to work or go shopping. Then how would people who can’t work from home afford to stay in their home they can’t leave let alone buy essentials?
    I have a job I can’t do from home. The job is custodian. If I could be a custodian from home that would be great. Unfortunately technology hasn’t gotten to that point. stimulus checks are great. Thank you for the stimulus checks. Unfortunately all things must end. Maybe if there is more lock downs which I believe there will be because pandemics don’t end in a day or week or month or year. Pandemics will return. Maybe we could find a way to help people despite what they do to make money to survive be more productive during lock down. Help people put their skills to use to help keep the world a float during pandemics or any other problems the world faces. As they sang in High School musical “we are all in this together.” Side note if u want to have a war take it somewhere that won’t harm anyone or anything that doesn’t want anything to do with war. Like a big desert. Don’t use nukes because they don’t only destroy your enemies they also destroy the world. Yes unfortunately we will still have to pay takes in a nuclear hell scape. We only have one Earth to live one and only one life point. Treat them with respect and use them wisely because u only get one Earth and on life point.

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  • Max Goldberg 1 year ago

    Ok Stephen, wtf did I just listen to? I can’t get the imagery of writing on graph paper with the bloody stump of a tooth out of my head.

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  • LO RI 1 year ago

    Great intro to “Meanwhile”; and a tasty, palpable semi-panicked “idk wtf I’m saying” feel from Stephen’s delivery.

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  • Barry Ford 1 year ago

    Math jokes? That’s it – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert has jumped the shark. I’m outta here!

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