If there's one thing Stephen Colbert is serious about, it's America.
Colbert chatted with Jon Stewart during his show where his former boss tried desperately to change his opinion on how America treats the rest of the world—a task that is pretty much impossible. But Stewart gave it his all despite the odds against him.
"Rather than killing everybody else, what if we were to coexist with them in some kind of fashion?" Stewart posed to Colbert while promoting his upcoming movie, Rosewater.
"Coexist, like that bumper sticker people have?" Colbert asked, showing his obvious dislike for the symbolic decal. "Are there better ways of doing things than we do things, or are you a 'Blame America First'?"
Opposing political views aside, Colbert couldn't deny his love for Stewart's directorial and screenwriting debut, which made the jealous host admit he wasn't too happy about liking it.
"It's a beautiful film, and that offends me," Colbert said. "Why is it that you can do your show...and you do it well, and now you're doing something else well?"