Stephen Colbert Says What Everyone's Thinking About Mike Pence's Debate Fly
Stephen Colbert, host of The Late Show, had only to join the hype for the biggest star of the debate on Wednesday night, and it wasn't Vice President Mike Pence or his rival, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Nominee for that democratic vice president.
It was the fly that landed on Pence's head and became so comfortable that it sat there for more than two minutes.
Colbert released a series of cracks across the tiny pest.
"Oh my god, look at his hair!" Said Colbert. "It sucks so much it attracts flies."
Then Colbert really let the jokes fly.
"All jokes aside, thoughts and prayers to this fly's family," he said. "It has been quarantined for two weeks now. We have to get this fly to Walter Reed."
Colbert also noticed how long the fly stayed on Pence's head.
"Two minutes," said Colbert. "That means the fly has a longer attention span than the President of the United States."
Check out his full monologue below:
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