Stephen Colbert Interviews Clint Eastwood’s Chair

The "Colbert Report" host sends up Clint Eastwood's bizarre Republican National Convention appearance

Stephen Colbert went toe to toe Friday night with the Republican National Convention's hottest attraction — Clint Eastwood's chair.

The stool in question played a key supporting part in the "Gran Torino" star's rambling, often profane address during the convention's final night, during which Eastwood pretended to have a conversation with President Barack Obama. The chair was a stand-in for the absent commander in chief.

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On "The Colbert Report," the chair didn't have nice things to offer about Eastwood.

"That’s a terrible thing to say," Colbert said, responding to one of the chair's zingers about the octogenarian action star. "How do you know? Maybe he had a prescription for those."

It also appeared to be just as foul-mouthed on the Comedy Central program as it had been on the GOP's big night, when it suggested that Romney perform a sex act on himself.

"You want me to do what?" Colbert said. "There’s no way I can fit my fist in there."

Here's the full, absurdist exchange, which is not nearly as bizarre as Eastwood's actual speech.