The former Daily Show host came to a friend and former DC Stephen Colbert on Tuesdays at Late Show.
Jon Stewart returned to Late Show to exchange seats with the businessman, and friend Stephen Colbert.
Stewart asked Colbert to ask a few questions when stomping the table. "What do you think you are?" First asked Stewart, to which Colbert responded: "A little bit like Jon Stewart."
Stewart then praised his former Daily Exhibition saying, "Come here tonight, taking toxins and throwing rainbow paint sprays, and you do it beautifully."
The duo then recalled the last time Colbert was interviewing Stewart, back in the early 2000's Daily Exhibition when Kolberts arrived in the absence of a guest Al Sharpton. "I just answered all Sharpton questions," Colbert recalled.
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"Let me ask you the question of Short, Grand President or Major President?" Stewart asked.
"I mean the great president. Is nothing else big or big?" Colbert replied.
"I got this joke from an exhibition that was a year ago that came after me. It was received by this high-profile conservative idiot," Stewart responded by referring to Colbert's work at Comedy Central Colbert's report.
Of course, talked about Donald Trump, and Colbert spoke of the time when he first met with a man who would be the president, but would backstage with Jimmy Fallon's show. "He was not blustery at all," Colbert said, to which Stewart replied: "Does he have this tool?"
Stewart later asked Colbert if it was difficult when he took over Late Show After years of playing the character on Daily Exhibition and Colbert's report. "It was one of the challenges that it really told me," he said. "You do not have characters or masks."
From the moment he got the confidence of himself Late Showhe said: "As far as the interviews were concerned, I got there a little bit faster, although not exactly when it was Joe Biden … When he left, I said," This nice old man gave me my show. ""
Colbert recalled a conversation with Stewart, in which he talked about replacing David Letterman with Late Show. "So, 60 years later, it appears late … you have not changed the main part that has been their part," Kolber said about Stewart's comments at that time.
"Well, in my defense, I'm a small member," Stewart replied.
The duo later recalled his relationship with Letterman, and Colbert reminded him of the nickname assigned to him: Cable Twins.
Later, Colbert also interviewed Neil Degrasse Tyson, Kerry Washington, Jake Tapper and rapper Charlamagne Tha God.