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The Nightcrawler star starred in the “Nightcrawler” star, joined the “nightcrawler” star, and Jake Gyllenhaal could see the results were “swinging left” … because an ebullient Stephen Colbert refused to tie the front of his nightgown. Late Show “host on Monday night as he puts a political twist on Charles Dickens’ classic” A Christmas Carol. “
Colbert, doing his best Ebenezer Scrooge impression, wakes up with three ghosts next to his bed: pictures of GOP congressmen Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch and Chuck Grassley.
“Say there ̵
1; boy!” Colbert yells to Gyllenhaal.
“What? Are you talking to me? I’m 37 years old, “Gyllenhaal flatly responds.
Gyllenhaal Colbert gives some good news , tell him it’s the night before the election and there’s still time to vote.
“Colbert excitedly says there’s still time to vote! Colbert continues, while throwing a silver coin at Gyllenhaal.
“You know I can see right up your nightgown, right?” Gyllenhaal answers. “Seriously dude, you have to put on some briefs.”
The hilarious shit kept with Colbert’s recent focus on the elections. He had Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) on the show last night, along with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog to badger Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke down in Texas.
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