On a recent episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, host Stephen Colbert kicked things off with a bang, discussing the buzz surrounding a Chilean TV broadcast that cleverly inserted beer ads into Star Wars scenes. Colbert hilariously pointed out how seamlessly the ads fit into the iconic movie moments, joking that the smooth drinking taste of the Chilean beer, Cesa Cristal, can fit into any classic film.

But the real focus of the episode was on the importance of Super Tuesday, the biggest day of the US Presidential primaries. Colbert noted that Taylor Swift, with her massive following of 282 million Instagram followers, urged her fans to vote in the primaries without endorsing any specific candidates or political party. This bold move made headlines, as celebrities taking a stance in a politically divided climate is somewhat rare. Colbert humorously compared Swift’s neutrality to Rob Lowe’s NFL hat, clearly stating his support for the game, but not for any specific team.

Moving on to the primary race, Colbert highlighted the fact that a recent poll showed almost 50% of respondents believed it is likely Democrats will replace Joe Biden with another candidate before the election. Colbert dismissed this as “election fanfic,” adamantly stating that it will ultimately be Biden versus Trump. To ramp up his strategy against Trump, Biden plans to taunt the President daily, hoping to rattle him and expose any weaknesses he may have. Colbert quipped about Biden’s age, jokingly suggesting that his Scranton punch will be a force to be reckoned with.

Colbert also jokingly mentioned the support Biden has received from his “super fans,” referring to older women as his “early bird special” supporters. Emphasizing the humorous side of the election, Colbert reminded viewers that politics is not only serious business but also a source of entertainment.

Switching gears to some “rich guy news,” Colbert playfully announced that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has surpassed Elon Musk as the world’s richest person, with a net worth of $200 billion. He couldn’t resist a few jabs at Bezos, mentioning his luxurious lifestyle, including two mansions, a private island, and a $500 million super yacht featuring a mermaid resembling his fiancee at the bow.

In a lighter vein, Colbert touched on the recent announcement by Miami Beach officials about breaking up with Spring Breakers due to the heightened levels of crime during the festivities. He playfully added that Miami residents have had enough of the destructive behavior, giving a nod to Pitbull’s latest track, “sad Clap That Booty.”

To wrap up the segment, Colbert presented the irony of Miami banning many activities on the beach but allowing the consumption of alcohol, as long as it’s in moderation. He ended the show by teasing the upcoming guest, Senator Bernie Sanders.

Overall, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert delivered its signature blend of humor and political commentary, keeping viewers engaged and entertained. From celebrity endorsements to political taunting and billionaire rivalries, Colbert covered it all with his unique comedic touch.