Meanwhile on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the energy was high as the audience cheered for Louis K and the L show band. It was an exciting night, with special guest Katie Brit catching everyone’s attention. Colbert mentioned how she seemed like a sweet kid and even made a joke about her upcoming Aces or SATs. But that’s not all, the greatest political analyst in the game, Mr. John Dickerson, joined Colbert to discuss the State of the Union.

If you watch The Late Show, you know that Colbert spends a lot of time crafting his nightly monologue. He joked about wandering through the day’s news forest, gathering the most topical stories to deliver to his audience. But sometimes, he said, he wakes up behind an abandoned Petco and pieces together a monologue from greasy cardboard and rusty nails ripped out of a shipping pallet. That’s the transient bundle of news that becomes his segment. Talk about dedication!

In other news, starting this week, US students will be taking the SAT entirely online, making the test one hour shorter. The new format introduces digital tools like a highlighter, graphing calculator, and a bookmark to go back to skipped questions. And for added fun, they’ve even made the test look like Minecraft. Talk about bringing education into the digital age!

In a heartwarming moment, the Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas paused in their usual water shows for a special visitor. The yellow build Lon, one of the 10 rarest birds in America, made an appearance. What are the odds of that? It’s moments like these that make you appreciate the beauty of nature.

On a more risqué note, Pittsburgh nudists have brought back one of their favorite activities: balls out bowling. Over at the bowling alley, nudity is required, although women can wear bottoms that they rent from the shoe counter. But don’t worry, they spray them down for cleanliness. While sexual activity is not permitted, who knows what kind of fun these adventurous bowling enthusiasts can have?

In Long Island, a major scandal unfolded when customers realized that vegan donuts from a local bakery were actually from Dunkin Donuts. Apparently, the taste of the donuts gave it away. It just goes to show that even in the world of donuts, there’s a need for authenticity.

In a surprising partnership, Hidden Valley Ranch and Cheez-Its have joined forces to create a new dipping sauce. Who would have thought that ranch and cheezy goodness could come together so harmoniously? It might not be the way we expected the Rapture to happen, but hey, we’ll take it!

Tech enthusiasts and professionals were left in disbelief when LinkedIn suffered a widespread outage. How did people ever survive without being able to synergize, innovate, and analyze their way through the professional world? It was a tough day for those B2B connections.

And finally, a New York City man managed to live rent-free in a Manhattan hotel for five years by exploiting an obscure local housing law. This savvy super squatter, known as Mickey Beretto, proved that with some knowledge and improvisation, you can make anywhere your home. As the Statue of Liberty famously says, “Give me your Mickey Bertos, your Sal Venzos, your my little cousin Vito Maranzanos yearning to breathe rent-free in Liberty.”

There was never a dull moment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. From political analysis to unusual news stories, Colbert and his team always bring entertainment and laughs to the late-night talk show scene. Stay tuned for more exciting segments and celebrity interviews on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.