Last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the famous host delivered another hilarious monologue that had the audience in stitches. Known for his witty commentary and sharp humor, Colbert never fails to entertain his viewers.

In his latest monologue, Colbert took a break from his usual news analysis and treated us to a delightful mishmash of topics. He began by joking about spending most of his time crafting topical stories into exquisite comedy gold. He humorously described his monologue as a “Timeless yet buzzworthy custom designed Lugano Barton Perera sunglasses.” Colbert’s unique and quirky style always keeps us entertained.

Moving on to the news, Colbert highlighted an unusual incident involving an American Airlines flight. The plane was diverted due to a cracked windshield, prompting Colbert to joke about the airline industry’s desperate ad campaign emphasizing the safety of airplanes, except for the doors and windows. His sarcastic remarks had the audience roaring with laughter.

Next, Colbert shared disappointing news for all the tech enthusiasts out there. After a decade-long project, Apple has officially pulled the plug on its plan to create an electric car. Colbert, like many others, expressed his disappointment and joked about racing a pig driving a pickle.

Shifting gears to local news, Colbert tackled the ongoing Turkey problem in Staten Island, New York City. Officials have seemingly given up on managing the Troublesome Turkey population, which is causing chaos by nesting on residents’ front lawns, blocking traffic, and leaving unsightly messes. Colbert reminded us that such behavior is only allowed on St. Patrick’s Day, earning laughter from the audience.

In a surprising twist, Colbert informed his viewers about the world’s first “egoo House of Pancakes.” Perfect for those who want to sleep amongst pancakes without the hassle of international travel, this unique accommodation option caught Colbert’s attention, and he humorously pondered the association between egos and pancakes.

Colbert then dived into a study revealing the possible appearance of Dante Alighieri, the author of The Divine Comedy. Using a combination of digitally recreated skulls and data from previous studies, researchers brought Dante’s face to life. Colbert couldn’t resist poking fun at the rather interesting appearance of the famous poet.

The monologue took a musical turn when Colbert shared exciting news about the Beatles. Director Sam Mendes is set to helm four separate movies focusing on Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. Colbert amusingly referred to this as the “Beatles Cinematic Universe,” joking about a potential crossover with other famous musicians.

And last but certainly not least, Colbert revealed an interesting detail about Ricky Martin. In a recent interview with GQ, Martin confessed to having a foot fetish. Colbert hilariously commented on Martin’s statement, jokingly asking him to take off his shoes and offering to kiss his feet for hours.

With his trademark wit and charm, Colbert once again delivered a monologue that left us wanting more. From cracked windshields and abandoned Apple car dreams to Troublesome Turkeys and foot fetishes, Colbert’s ability to find humor in the most unexpected places is why his talk show remains a fan favorite.