July 20, 2016 11:00 AM

It’s official: Stephen Colbert is the most entertaining part of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

On Sunday night, the Late Show host took over a Wrap It Up food truck parked outside of the RNC, where he handed out food to very surprised customers.

This is not the first of Colbert’s antics at the convention (and certainly won’t be the last). On Monday’s episode of the Late Show, Colbert whipped out his infamous spoof of The Hunger Games‘ Caesar Flickerman, wandering around the Quicken Loans Arena holding a faux pet weasel and rocking bright blue hair. “I’ve arrived at the 2016 Republican National Hungry For Power Games,” he began the segment, called The Hungry for Power Games. “Welcome to the arena, citizens. So grand. It can almost hold Donald Trump’s entire head.”

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Yet for his food truck stunt, Colbert ditched the wig and the ferret. Wrap It Up wrote on their Facebook page that Colbert is an “excellent cook,” adding, “Is there anything this man can’t do?!?!?” (The answer is no. There is not.)

The video shows Colbert offering wraps and smiles as cameras took pictures. “Have a great week, you guys,” he said, before ducking back inside the truck.


At one point during the convention, Colbert then crashed the stage to officially open the Games. When a security guard motioned to take him off the stage, Colbert said, “I know I’m not supposed to be up here, but let’s be honest, neither is Donald Trump.”

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will be broadcast live all week from the RNC at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.

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