Stephen Colbert has been popping up all over the television lately, promoting his new children's book, "I Am A Pole, And So Can You," but there was no appearance more eagerly anticipated than his stop by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
When last we left Stephen and Jimmy, they were Eternal Enemies For Six Months, having previously been Best Friends Forever For Six Months. But once the six months had expired on their enemy-dom, not a lot had been said. So it was only natural that they begin the interview by discussing where that left them.
They then went on to discuss Colbert's Super PAC treasure hunt, Maurice Sendak and the inspiration for Colbert's book. Finally, they played a game of "bubble soccer" with David Gregory and Lester Holt, because why not?
Watch Part 1 above and then the rest of the interview and game in the clips below.
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