"Now we just have to destabilize Antarctica, and we'll have global-crisis bingo," Stephen Colbert joked on Monday night's 'Late Show.'
After a violent day of protests along the Gaza border fence that coincided with the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, late-night hosts weighed in on the building's relocation from Tel Aviv.
On The Late Show on CBS, host Stephen Colbert joked of the break with tradition, "Now we just have to destabilize Antarctica, and we'll have global-crisis bingo."
He also poked fun at the decision with a mock advertisement for a company dubbed "Embassy Movers."
"Are you looking to move your embassy, knowing full well that your move may plunge the region into chaos?" said a salesman version of comedian Brian Stack. "Then call Embassy Movers. We have over 25 years experience moving embassies in crusade-like conditions."