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Colbert Mocks Hannity's 'Question Of The Day' Segment Bragging About His New Workout

Stephen Colbert was so "inspired" by Sean Hannity's new "Question of the Day" segment he came up with one of his own.

Stephen Colbert was so "inspired" by Sean Hannity's new "Question of the Day" segment he came up with one of his own: Everything I Wanted You to Know About ME But Was Afraid You Wouldn't Ask.

COLBERT: Folks, I'm a huge fan of Fox News anchor Sean Hannity. Sean is such a good journalist, he can break down the news into simple terms that even he can understand, and recently, my main manity Hannity introduced a new segment on his show called Question of the Day, where he answers the most pressing questions of our time.

As Stephen noted, Hannity saved "the best for the most recent, because last night he answered the question that was on all of his mind." After showing Hannity bragging about his new workout and getting his digs in on President Obama in the process, Colbert elaborated.

COLBERT: Yeah, President Obama delicately jogs, while Hannity forcefully rams President Obama into this segment for no reason. So.... not even any lubricant. So, what's your exercise segment Sean?

After showing Hannity bragging about his mixed martial arts, blade and firearms training, Colbert said "seeing Sean take time out from covering Ebola and ISIS to let us know his bod is rock hard has inspired me to introduce my own segment where I ask myself flattering questions about myself."

Just go watch the rest where Hannity gets the treatment he deserves for the latest addition to his already godawful show.

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