Stephen Colbert’s ‘Teen Secrets’ Reveals The New Ways Teens Hide Their Drugs

Question: What do flip-flops, calculators and stuffed animals have in common?

A teenager is definitely stashing drugs inside one of them—or maybe all three!—according to Thursday night's Late Show.

On May 18, 's "Teen Secrets" segment caught up with some local news reports warning parents of the dangers of ordinary-looking objects that devious youngsters may be transforming into covert narcotics containers. (They may even be using something as innocent-looking as a sandwich!)

"Turkey club?" Colbert asks in the clip. "More like turkey drug."

Parents, watch this episode closely... but take it with a grain of salt.

Meanwhile, on The Tonight Show, and played a game of "Blow Your Mind," where they had to respond with "true" or "false" to a series of outrageous statements. (Example: "If laid out end to end, the human small intestine would be longer than a football field." Ew.)

Over on ABC, managed to get his hands on some "undercover footage" of an off-the-record lunch at the White House with and numerous network news anchors. In the clip, lunch is served with a large helping of , which is bad news (heh) for the talking heads. (By now, everyone should realize right away that if you hear a you should GTFO!)

Though everyone is busy catching up with that bit this morning, also had Benicio Del Toro on The Late Late Show to discuss his ubiquitous Heineken commercial—you know, where he does that look he's been working on for 15 years. Corden breaks out the original version of the ad, and it has quite a different ending.

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