Halfway through Stephen Colbert's opening monologue on last night's Late Show, Bernie Sanders emerged to help the host tap into his inner rebel. "These shows are supposed to start with a host standing up and talking to a camera," Colbert told the Presidential candidate. "Stephen, that's what the elites want you to think," Sanders explained patiently. You've got to follow your heart. Go your own way. You are the revolution!" Then he added a Gil Scott-Heron-related joke: "And this time, the revolution will literally be televised."
The two later discussed Sanders' decisive primary victory in New Hampshire, and Colbert allowed Sanders to outline the ways that he differed from Donald Trump. Watch below.