Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell are old pals from their Second City days, and their fondness for each other runs deep. So deep that even a routine press stop for Carell on the Late Show can’t be done without turning into a full-on lovefest. It starts, like all great romances, with some flattery: “People still don’t know you’re a great singer,” Colbert gushes. “Well, that’s not really true,” Carell melts. They quickly take the relationship to the next level, consummating their love with a cover of the Orleans’s “Dance With Me” beneath the disco-ball lights. The message is clear: “I want to be your partner, can’t you see?” Oh we see, boys. We see.