Who is the real
It's the question on everyone's mind -- including Colbert's -- as he prepares to take over "The Late Show."
The comedian made an appearance at CBS' upfront presentation to advertisers Wednesday at Carnegie Hall, playfully addressing the speculation about what the host will be like now that he's shed his satirical persona.
The set began with a video showing Colbert packing up his office at
Then it was time for a stand-up set from the real Stephen Colbert, who -- would you believe it -- looks a lot like the fake Stephen Colbert but with longer hair and fewer political jokes.
Colbert didn't get specific about what his
Speaking of which, Colbert joked that his show will mostly involve him "solving murders by zooming in on pubic hairs," making it a perfect fit for the network behind "CSI," "NCIS" and their million or so spinoffs.
In probably the biggest laugh of the set, Colbert assured the youth-hunting ad buyers in attendance that his show would be going for "young eyeballs, and not just the ones
CBS also showed off its other new late-night star, James Corden, who delivered a surprisingly earnest speech to the crowd at Carnegie Hall about his plans for "Late Late Show."
"It's very early days for us," said the British comedian, who noted that he's only hosted 26 shows since he took over the desk from