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Colbert Finally Shows His Quarantine Monologue Jokes to a Live Audience (Video)

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As Stephen Colbert reminded his audience on Monday, most of the last (almost) year and a half, he’s been doing his shows without an audience thanks to, well, you know because you lived through it too.

Colbert returned to the studio with an audience back in June, but the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic is still very much on his mind.

So it is that the day after he took home two Emmys, he spent Monday’s episode looking back on the last season of “The Late Show,” starting with his monologue.Literally — Colbert shared some of his favorite jokes from the monologues he delivered during the quarantine. “I have a theory about comedy,” Colbert joked, “and it’s that it’s good when there’s laughter.”Colbert began with the very first monologue he.

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