go down, moses
Everytime I think the Colbert Report is as funny as it can get, he proves me wrong.
For those of you who don't follow the show, Stephen Colbert has decided that he needs a new black friend (he had a falling out with his old black friend). So he's holding auditions. Monday night, his guest was Andrew Young, former mayor of Atlanta, former US Ambassador to the UN, and civil rights leader who's the last surviving member of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s inner circle. After a very entertaining interview, the show closed with a, um, tribute to the Colbert Report writers who are still on strike. It features Colbert, Young, Malcolm Gladwell (author of Blink), and the Harlem Gospel Choir in a truly unique musical number: