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Stephen Colbert Takes on Dissenting Supreme Court Justices in the Best Way Possible

If you had worries about him toning it down for CBS, this should quell your fears

Robyn Ross

The Late Show with Stephen Colbertmay not be on the air just yet, but the comedian continues to put his satirical spin on political topics. The subject of his latest monologue: the Supreme Court's recent ruling on gay marriage.

Colbert began by joking, "If you're a homosexual and living in North Dakota, all your problems are solved! Enjoy Dakota pride week. Wow, history moves fast. It's hard to believe gay Americans achieved full constitutional personhood just five years after corporations did."

The late-night host then took on the dissenting justices, doing an excellent Frankenstein-like impression to mock one of them. He then called out specific passages and, notably, Justice Antonin Scalia, whom he invited to come on his show.

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