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It's been a rough, I don't know, eternity since that reality-TV gameshow host became president. And in that time, we've seen an uptick in hatecrimes, a bunch of unanswered questions about Russia, and a president who thinks "fake news" means "I disagree." 

That's why, last night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Jon Stewart emerged from his home beneath Colbert's desk to deliver a message to the media on how to deal with all this: Do your jobs. 

It's good to have the old boy back. 

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I don't know about you, but I love Bryan Singer's The Usual Suspects. Easily one of his best films, if not one of the best movies of the 90s — and Gremlins 2: The New Batch came out in the 90s. 

Ok. So it isn't as good as Gremlins 2, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy this quick parody of the movie from Stephen Colbert. 

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If you ask me, there's no funnier sketch in the world than Mr. Show's "Pre-Taped Call-in Show." Why I could just laugh and laugh at that sketch. It's that funny! 

But if Bob Odenkirk's Mr. Show revival series W/ Bob and David wasn't enough to prove this old dog still had a few tricks up his collar, then this clip from The Late Show should. 

Odenkirk plays Stephen Colbert in an upcoming film adaptation of Colbert's late-night talkshow. The sketch then careens down the rabbit hole into something covered in a whole bunch of wigs. 

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Specifically, Colbert dives in on a little rant about how he thinks that Trump thinks Presidents get the weekends off--or least that big celebration that'll follow Inauguration Day on Friday. 

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"At the risk of being a wet blanket, Stephen refuses to engage in any kind of yellow journalism, despite the torrent of PEOTUS stories flooding the country."

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Facebook, a never-ending source of useful information, has been our goto for up-to-the-minute election coverage this past season. As such, it’s probably caused us more anxiety about this election than any one speech, Wikileaks email, or video featuring Billy Bush. Your Facebook wall feeds into your worst fears about the candidates, and Stephen Colbert knows it.

On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night, Colbert took a big swig of cough syrup, dusted off his box of Reynolds wrap, and made a new tinfoil hat to block the radio signals that the Illuminati uses to read our minds. Colbert is full of great intel about such things as the whereabouts of Chumbawumba, the shadowy industry of upstate New York weddings, and what oysters actually are. By the end of it, you’ll have your cork board up and long strands of yarn connecting seemingly disparate items together to prove your theory that, hey, what if the Chicken McNugget is more nugget than chicken?

Check out the video and prepare to have your mind blown.