Stephen Colbert roasts Justice Scalia, asks him to appear on 'Late Show'
In true Stephen Colbert fashion, the "Late Show" host took to the Internet to give his signature roast on one of the most hot-topic issues of the moment: the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
The short commentary, which was released on Friday, specifically calls out Justice Antonin Scalia, joking about the Justice's opinion remarking claiming that he would "hide his head in a bag" if he were part of an option that resembled Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority opinion. To which the comedian responded "I could've sworn he was already hiding his head in a flesh-toned cinch sack," before adding, "Please come on my show, sir."
Ouch, biting words. But of course if there's anyone who can dish it out, it's Colbert.
Check out the hysterical roast below:
More from AOL.com:
So apparently there are four kinds of introversion
Good samaritan pays for firefighters' groceries
A vaccine for the 'silent' STD could be coming
Box Office: Moviegoing isn't extinct after all as revenue hits record levels