Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton made a special appearance on Stephen Colbert‘s “Late Show” Tuesday, the day after celebrating her 68th birthday with her family.
During her first visit to “the cathedral of Colbert,” Clinton talked about last week’s mammoth 11-hour Benghazi hearings and joked that she spent her birthday watching it over again.
“I just hung around — Bill and I watched some bad TV … a little binge-watching,” Clinton said, before revealing what she really watched on her special day. “We finally finished ‘House of Cards,'” she said, adding that fellow CBS shows “Madame Secretary” and “The Good Wife” are both on her must-see TV list.
“We watch a lot of different odds and ends, we have a good time,” she said.
Clinton admitted that she was a “little jealous” over Madeleine Albright appearing on “Madame Secretary” and said she will have to wait before she can go on there herself. “Maybe after November of next year.”
The presidential hopeful later dodged Colbert’s question as to whether she would rather run against Donald Trump or Ben Carson, saying she didn’t have any influence on that side of the race.
As to whether she can picture either one of them in office, Clinton quipped, “I can picture them in some office.”
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” airs at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.