Where is Rudy Giuliani? Stephen Colbert is on the case

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Not long ago, there didn't seem to be a day that went by where Rudy Giuliani wasn't on TV, a podcast, or some other platform sharing his thoughts. But right now, the former New York City mayor's whereabouts are unknown. It's a mystery that Stephen Colbert is ready to unravel.

Giuliani was a mainstay on cable news during the 2020 election cycle, including spearheading baseless efforts to overturn the results. The only thing Giuliani managed to accomplish was making himself a consistent punchline in late-night TV.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert continued that trend on Wednesday night. Stephen Colbert reported that Arizona officials can't find Giuliani to serve him an indictment notice. The state has brought charges against Giuliani over his attempt to subvert election results.

"Rudy's missing?," Colbert asked. "And not only that, but Rudy Giuliani has the same number of syllables as 'Carmen Sandiego.'"

From there, Colbert turned it over to Louis Cato and the Late Show band for a parody of the popular computer game series.

"Well, he goes from bar to bar/got his teeth from a dead horsey/then he stumbles down the street/while he farts and smokes cigars," the song began. It was a brutal, albeit catchy, takedown of the man once considered "America's Mayor."

However, Giuliani's whereabouts aren't much of a mystery after all. Colbert cut to a clip of Giuliani's Twitter livestream in which he gave very specific details about his location in Palm Beach, Florida. Colbert mocked the disgraced lawyer, suggesting it's only a matter of time before officials track him down.

It's in Colbert's best interest for Giuliani's location to be known at all times. After all, few people have provided late-night TV with as much material over the past few years as Giuliani. Thankfully, the former politician is making finding him easier than a game of Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?