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Last Night on Late Night: Woody Harrelson Is NOT Shamelessly Promoting His ‘Sequel to Sound of Music

Last night on the Colbert Report, Woody Harrelson admitted that he came on set with the pure intention of spending time with one of his favorite people and not to promote Bullet for Adolf, his sequel to the Sound of Music in which, per Stephen Colbert, the Von Trapp family returns to Austria with racist vengeance, singing, "You are 17, now you're dead meat." Plus: Conan used the dramatic slow-motion effects and majestic music of the Olympics to show himself getting punched in the face; Chelsea Handler wants some of that Wiz Khalifa Kush; and Matt LeBlanc wants to believe in Bigfoot. Watch our compilation to see what you missed.