'We'll Meet Again' Colbert Report Finale | The Mary Sue
Stephen Colbert ended The Colbert Report Thursday night with a star-studded show that felt special but completely normal at the same time. At the end, Randy Newman and Jon Stewart came out to help Stephen Colbert sing the standard We'll Meet Again and soon they were. The Colbert Report ended last night and its host concluded with a sing-along version of the venerable ballad "We'll Meet Again" with Jon.
'The Colbert Report's' Sing-Along Finale: 'We'll Meet Again'
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Colbert's Guests Sing 'We'll Meet Again' As He Says Goodbye
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Returning from a commercial break Stephen explains he was going to say goodbye before ending the series, but now that he has become immortal, he realizes it would be meaningless and begins singing the song " We'll Meet Again.
After the song ends, the studio is now empty, with a painting without Stephen Colbert, and Stephen is on the roof of the studio questioning what he should do now. Santa Claus ' sleigh suddenly lands in front of him; Santa is accompanied by a unicorn -hybrid Abraham Lincolnand Alex Trebek" the man with all the answers ". Stephen agrees to join them, but worries that this means he will be gone forever. Trebek assures Stephen that they will always be there for the American people, when they need them the most.
The episode ends with Colbert thanking everyone involved in the show throughout the run, and he calls upon Mavis Staples to help do so. Signing off with the words, "From Eternity, I'm Stephen Colbert," he then throws the show back to Jon Stewart, paying homage to his character's beginnings on The Daily Show and hinting that the entire series was just a nine-year-long correspondent segment.
Jon thanks Stephen for the report and introduces the Moment of Zenwhich is a previously unaired clip of Stewart checking in with Colbert from June 3, After being told that the said footage will not be used on air, Stewart says, "let's go back into our funny characters Stephen, what are you doing?
The show's closing credits were played out with the song " Holland, " by Neutral Milk Hotel instead of the usual theme.