Stephen Colbert’s Audience Q&A: Keys To A Successful Marriage

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Published on July 27, 2019

Every night before the show, our host takes a few questions from the audience. This time, he shared some advice for a newlywed couple, and weighed in on an existential question: what’s up with Chicago-style pizza?

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20 comments

  • CK K 3 years ago

    Stephen Colbert has been wanting the Prez to call him out, I am quite certain the last statement he made will get him a mention

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  • International Harvester 3 years ago

    He reads, quite a bit, that says a lot.

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  • pd kama 3 years ago

    Too short

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  • Lost in Translation 3 years ago

    First Trevor now Stephen. We love some casual talk time

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  • Petyr Kowalski 3 years ago

    Actually, getting Trump back as a guest would be hilarious…. And get him in the personal space as well….. If his head and hair would fit in the box.

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  • Omar Mazin 3 years ago

    WE NEED MORE OF THIS.

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  • Ryan Richards 3 years ago

    I got to work with Jon Batiste on a recent episode of “Live From Here”. As I was helping strike the show, wrapping up cables, putting away mics after the show, we were philosophizing about how Improv and jazz are not just about “getting there” but “getting there together”. There’s a click when Masters recognize themselves in each other. We spoke of #Flow and I talked on how #Pinball is a form of Jazz. When I Play Pinball I can enter into a flow state where time dilates, reality bends to my advantage and I experience a loss of Ego as I become a facilitator of flow. I created Pinball Comic Books to teach Pinball at a readers speed, using corporative language to teach you how to get to the Wizard Mode and what to do once you get there. Pincombo.com also has a Comic Book Guide to the Selection and Use Of Microphones with our host Elvis Canaveral.

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  • Ozen the Lewdable 3 years ago

    “I have no idea what this means, but I’m so proud of you.” You have a wonderful wife and, ultimately, a wonderfully success marriage, Mr. Colbert. We love you 3000.

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  • T Z 3 years ago

    They’re doing everything they can to make people forget about what just happened.

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  • Space-Cadet David 'Spanky Bonespurs' Dennison : 3 years ago

    I like that when questioned, Stephen sits in the Guests’ Chair.

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  • srpilha 3 years ago

    Perfect H2G2 reference in there.

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  • Neifert Cornejo 3 years ago

    I think these Q&A clips would be great as a YouTube channel exclusive. Kind of like Between the Scenes over at The Daily Show’s channel.

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  • Element Air 3 years ago

    Man, is Colbert ever charming.

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  • Napoleon I Bonaparte 3 years ago

    Don’t mention the one that didn’t come back…

    He’ll want to beat Obama’s numbers!

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  • u rico 3 years ago

    You are dangerously awesome!!!

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  • It's Cyberqueen13 3 years ago

    I loved the last joke/question.

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  • TheLettybird 3 years ago

    More of these please! I love it when Stephen talks about his life, he’s almost always more interesting than the guests.

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  • Collaterlly Damaged 3 years ago

    Stephen and the team WE NEED MORE OF THESE. COME ON. DON’T. BE. WEAK.

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  • Collaterlly Damaged 3 years ago

    0:49 my reaction when stephen quotes stuff from LOTR ???

    THIS IS SO FREAKING BEAUTIFUL. May you play this clip at your friend’s wedding.

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  • New Message 3 years ago

    Saying “Sorry” saved my marriage more times than I know… and by that, I mean there were plenty of times I had no clue what I was supposed to be sorry for.

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