The Hobbit was pretty good, but I’m disappointed they cut out the scene from the book where Stephen Colbert nerds out over meeting Gandalf. Fortunately, all that extended deleted material has been released in the form of Colbert Report episodes.
Click to gif to watch Stephen’s best Hobbit moments and be sure to re-watch Ian McKellen’s episode tonight at 11:30/10:30c.
Last night, The Colbert Report's Hobbit Week came to a close with Stephen's interview with director Peter Jackson.
Click the gif to watch the full episode. And click here to watch every Hobbit-related clip from the entire unexpected journey.
As Stephen Colbert pointed out on last night’s Colbert Report, there simply aren’t enough white men in the US Senate. So let’s all get on our Twitters and tweet at South Carolina Governor @NikkiHaley why we think she should appoint Stephen to Senator Jim DeMint’s soon-to-be-vacant seat with hashtag #SenatorColbert.
Click the gif to watch Stephen’s call to action and his interview with Peter Jackson on last night’s final show of The Hobbit Week.
Click the gif to watch night three of The Hobbit Week on The Colbert Report as Stephen sits down with Andy “Gollum” Serkis. And be sure to tune in tonight at 11:30/10:30c for the exciting conclusion with director Peter Jackson.
Grab yourself a second breakfast and click the gif to watch night two of The Hobbit Week on The Colbert Report with Stephen’s special guest Martin Freeman!
In addition to Stephen Colbert sitting down with the director and stars of The Hobbit for The Hobbit Week on The Colbert Report, the show has given the studio an elaborate Middle Earthian makeover.
Check out these exclusive up-close photos, then tune in for more of The Hobbit Week tonight at 11:30/10:30c.
Just as the prophecy foretold, Stephen Colbert kicked off Hobbit Week on The Colbert Report last night.
Click the gif to watch Stephen’s interview with Sir Ian McKellen, and be sure to tune in tonight at 11:30/10:30c as Hobbit Week continues with Martin Freeman.
The Hobbit Week kicks off tonight on The Colbert Report as Stephen welcomes Gandalf himself, Sir Ian McKellen, to the show!
In the meantime, click the gif to take an unexpected journey back to 2007 and watch Stephen nominate Sir Ian to replace British PM Tony Blair.