Jennifer Lawrence, Colbert Mull Life, Death, Mayo-Covered Raccoons

Pair pontificate beneath the cosmos on hilarious 'Late Show' bit, "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars"

Jennifer Lawrence and Stephen Colbert mulled life, death and mayo-covered raccoons on 'The Late Show' bit, "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars'

Jennifer Lawrence joined Stephen Colbert on his big blanket to ponder joy, regret and life after death in the latest installment of the Late Show's hilarious "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars."

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."