When the split times were set for Tuesday and holiday time was approaching, Stephen Colbert and Jake Gyllenhaal worked for a Dick Dick inspired piece titled "Twas the Night Before Election" on Monday, The Late Show.
. Stephen is committed to his seasonal enthusiasm for Late Show townspeople #JakeGyllenhaal during the most beautiful time of the year: the Midterms! & # 39; The show tweeted on Monday.
Colbert played a Ebenezer Scrooge-like character claiming to have been visited by three ghosts who turned out to be Republican senators Mitch McConnell, Chuck Grassley and Orrin Hatch.
Classic: Stephen Colbert and Jake Gyllenhaal worked for one of Charles Dickens' inspired piece titled "Twas the Night Before Election Day" on Monday's issue of Late Show
Colbert's Character Tilted on a balcony – in a dress but without pants – people in town asked, "What day is it? "
Gyllenhaal's figure replied," It's Monday, the day before the interim times when Colbert glittered Silver Crown as a reward.
Gyllenhaal pointed out an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction in the piece of time and told Colbert, "You know, I can see your nightgown, right? I can see all the options and they swing left.
Back on the set of his series at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, the politically-charged late-night presenter voiced concern over the race on Tuesday. This will directly affect the influence of President Donald Trump over the next two years.
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Familiar Faces: Republican Senators Mitch McConnell, Chuck Grassley and Orrin Hatch posed in the Prayer Watch