Fangirl Suit Report: Vancouverage Suitage, Part Deux

colbert_olympic_HandsomenessOn to the second day of the Vancouverage, the Crowd went wild! Colbert went wild! Fangirl Lindsey Vonn was giggling like a, well a fangirl and we still don’t know how she can tell her skis are male. His whirlwind trip around the world through the International Houses was great! Lucky Canada, to have Stephen visit! Costas, hope you picked up a tip or two about pandering to the audience, from the Master!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Proof that he was in Canada – why else have a Canadian Flag.


Proof that there was a Canadian Crowd! – why else have them hold up a flat screen TV.


Teasing Lindsey Vonn about the gender of her skis.


And showing off their spandex skin tight paint jobs.


Then off to the International Houses in the Vancouverage Village. Sadly, they didn’t have pancakes.

First the Swiss House! Learning to toke of the Swiss Horn *nudge, nudge, wink, wink* so is that what they call yodeling?


Teasing a Swiss Representative over who speaks German – and the Swiss say they are the epitome of neutrality – Nailed him with a little no-glasses handsomeness!


Raising the bar of Fondue Pong expertise and sportsmanship, he sported a Fondue mustache!


On to the Irish House where he broke the “Fight breaks out in Irish Pub” story and sang, “Rocky Road to Dublin.”


Then he stealthily handled the cold war by wooing the Russian women at the Russian House.


And putting the Russian Hockey players in their place.


Then back to the stage with his accessories: Bob Costas and a Moose!




  1. lockhart43 says:

    These are great! I loved the International Houses segment so much, especially the Fondue Pong. Plus, he looked great in that Polo down vest. Thanks for doing these – it’s a nice look back at the sheer awesomeness of the Olympic coverage.

  2. I LOVE that picture of him wooing the Russian lady. :) It’s the eyes that do it…..

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