Stephen Colbert And Will Arnett Channel Their Childhood Selves In An Awesome Blanket Fort
We can all agree that blanket forts are the best thing ever, right? Good, glad we’re on the same page about that. Stephen Colbert is on the same page too, which is why last night he invited Will Arnett into his blanket fort so they could channel their childhood selves and forget all the sad truths they’d learned as adults. And also eat Twinkies. That’s important too. Sure, it’s a lot like Stephen’s other segment where he and a celebrity lie on a picnic blanket contemplating life’s big questions. But, as should be clear by now, blankets are better in fort form.
Guys, I’m sure you’ve made a lot of awesome blanket forts in your time, and I’mma let you finish, but Stephen Colbert has the best blanket fort of all time. There are all different patterns of sheets and lots of comfy pillows and a bowl of popcorn, and there’s even a Legolas action figure you can play with. I mean, who could ask for anything more? Plus, I really want to join in on Stephen and Will’s conversation. Grown-up conversations are just so boring. I’d rather talk about whether all teachers live at school and if cats and dogs can get married. Also, did you know girls are supposed to take all their clothes off when they go to the bathroom? I’ve been doing it wrong all this time!
Be warned before you watch this video, you will walk away from it with a burning desire to drop everything you’re doing and build a blanket fort. And if you’re currently at work or out in public, that could be difficult and/or frowned upon. Just keep that in mind. Oh, and just so you’re not disappointed when you watch, one of Stephen and Will’s topics of conversation is not when the next season of Arrested Development will happen. Sorry.