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Tag: Stephen Colbert
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Where does he come up with this stuff?
Gosh, folks—they’re just trying to be helpful.
Stephen Colbert steps out of character to illustrate how magical some words really can be.
Editor’s note: This originally ran in May of 2011, when Newt first struck out as a candidate. He wrote an epic speech then that the media absolutely skewered. Here is that original campaign-ending speech, courtesy of The Colbert Report and performed in grandiose fashion by the great John Lithgow.
In case you missed it last week, here’s John Lithgow on ‘The Colbert Report,’ performing a hysterical reading of Newt’s ‘my first week was a disaster but I’m not quitting yet’ press release. And yes, this is completely verbatim.
A fantastic “Word” segment from the other night about a small, power-hungry man in an even smaller town who got himself appointed mayor, finance commissioner, city manager and more. You’ve got to see this one.
The best four minutes from last night’s Colbert Report.
Have you ever seen Stephen Colbert break character this much? Amazing.