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Yahweh Or No Way vs. George Costanza's Under-Desk Fort

It's Stephen Colbert's Most Catholicest Moment vs. an ideal mid-day napping solution!

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Yahweh Or No Way

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George Costanza's Under-Desk Fort

The case for Yahweh Or No Way

As the self-proclaimed most famous Roman Catholic in America, Stephen (the first martyr of Christianity) Colbert discussed many issues related to his religion on The Colbert Report, including: reciting the Nicene Creed, performing an interpretive liturgical dance to King of Glory, examining Pope Francis' secret life as a superhero, and having a Catholic trivia throwdown with Jack White. Topping that highlight reel were Stephen's remarks after the resignation of Pope Benedict, including who might be on deck to replace him. Was Stephen being bitingly funny? Of course. Was he also sincere in his bewilderment? Could be! — palmaire

The case for George Costanza's Under-Desk Fort

As George Costanza might have said if he were a character in The Social Network, a dream job with the New York Yankees isn't cool. You know what's cool? A dream job with the New York Yankees that lets you take after-lunch naps. And thus was George forced to invent a solution that allowed him to realize that ur-dream: a secret chamber beneath his desk where he could sleep (or read Playboy) undisturbed. Even Steinbrenner himself couldn't argue with the genius of it! — Nick Rheinwald-Jones

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