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“Colbert and Colmes” Premieres

For one night only, FNC’s Alan Colmes shared the Comedy Central stage with Stephen Colbert for the premiere episode of “Colbert and Colmes.” “I’m looking forward to bringing some much needed balance to your show,” said Colmes. That, of course, was not to be. By the end of the episode, just before Colmes was fired and turned into a bat, Colbert said, “Alan and I will be here every night, with hard hitting political opinions…and top notch listening.” Click here to see the full episode, or below you can see the first segment. After the jump, Colbert’s interview with CNN’s John King.

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Click continued to see Colbert interview King (without Colmes), including a discussion of why MSNBC is an “easy, slutty girl”…


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