. >> craig, we have a sweet 16. right here. >> happy sweet 16. >> everybody goes awe. >> we all remember the good old days. >>> so much to get to this this half hour. still to come, how pope francis's comments is not the first time he or other folks have taken on politicians. >>> we will lighten up and help you get over winter's last hump. mario armstrong will help you.
stephen welcomes craig ferguson! "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition models hailey clauson and ashley graham! senator cory booker! and world darts champion scott waites! human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: thank you so much! thanks, everybody. before we get started. i'd like to say a few words about the passing of supreme court justice antonin scalia. he was universally acknowledged to be an intellectual giant, who left his mark not only on the court but on our approach to the constitution. and whether or not you agreed with him or made a lot of jokes about him like i did, he had a sense of humor. people have actually broken down the transcripts of oral arguments, and he told more jokes and got more laughs than that might part of the reason why he was such good friends with justices who he disagreed with like ruth bader ginsburg and elena kagan. and i was lucky enough to have one conversation with him that explained his appeal to me. it was ten years
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