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Attending a Colbert Report taping

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I have tickets for a Monday evening show -- December 3rd. The taping starts at 7:30 pm and the email says to be in line by 6. I have found some reviews that say to get in line no later than 4, actually, which is fine, but those were for the summer months. Seems it could get cold in Dcember! I am guessing it might be like Oprah where they let you in and you sit around for a few hours before the taping starts.

Anyway, I'm wondering if any of you have been and if you have any good recent advice. Thank you!

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