This past weekend Stephen Colbert, heir to Letterman's Late Show throne and noted pizza lover, transformed the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City's theater district — longtime home of the Late Show — into a pizza place.
Huh? As Mashable points out, Colbert is helping the little guy out: While construction continues on the theater's facade in advance of Colbert's debut, neighbor Angelo's Pizza has been hidden under scaffolding. No longer! There's now a massive sign on the front of the construction site that displays the name Angelo's Pizza flanked by two lounging Stephen Colberts, smiling widely with a slice in hand.
The advertisement also notes that Angelo's is open during construction. Nice job, Colbert.
Favorite pizza topping? Sometimes mushrooms, sometimes peppers. Favorite pizza bottoming? Always pizza. #LSSC— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) June 10, 2015