Prompted by Lawrence's "deep" concerns over NASA handing out humanity's collective address to whatever alien comes across the Voyager Golden Record, the pair took to Colbert's set-side hilltop and began mulling the possibility of swimming through the cosmos with the "Milky Way as their pool noodle."
Amidst their profound pontificating, Lawrence admitted her greatest regret — "Not helping that raccoon get his head out of the mayonnaise jar" — and Colbert followed suit: "Eating that mayonnaise-covered raccoon." Elsewhere, Lawrence contemplated her two favorite seasons, "Lobsterfest" and "Toyotathon," while Colbert conceded the best part of Christmas is "the warm feelings people have about me when I say that the best part is family."
The bit fittingly ended on the biggest question of them all: What happens after you die? Lawrence, not missing a beat, replied, "I think they give your hospital bed to someone else."