As Bourdain expounds, "...it's a place you can go no matter how wrecked or obnoxious you are, or how late at night -- they are nice to you...I had the best time there." Colbert, who is clearly familiar with the WH experience, then notes how pleasant it is that the menu basically relies on pictures alone, for ease of ordering in times of less-than-perfect equilibrium.
From my own personal experience, I can tell you: they're not wrong.
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