And it's confirmed that November can't get here soon enough:
Stephen Colbert's satirical routine as a conservative commentator on "The Colbert Report" leaves millions of his fans laughing every night, but the comedian failed to amuse lawmakers Friday during a House panel hearing on farm jobs and illegal immigrants.
The Comedy Central star stayed in character during testimony as he made light of his experience working for one day as a migrant laborer on a vegetable farm in New York.
"America's farms are presently far too dependent on immigrant labor to pick our fruits and vegetables," Colbert said. "Now the obvious answer is for all of us to stop eating fruits and vegetables, and if you look at the recent obesity statistics, you'll see that many Americans have already started."
While some audience members laughed, most of the members of the House Judiciary subcommittee barely cracked a smile.
While some Republicans criticized Democrats for inviting Colbert, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Fox News that she believes it's "appropriate."
"Of course I think it's appropriate," she said. "He's an American. He can bring attention to an important issue. I think it's great."
The inmates are running the asylum but help is on its way.