The Colbert Report is a little more than a week away from ending, and Stephen is determined to go out on top. Tonight he had Barack Obama as a guest, and our president killed it.

Barry O was determined to run the show, taking over "The Word" segment and renaming it "The Decree." Still, Barack had to read the text prepared for Colbert, which was essentially a roast of the president and his signature legislation, ObamaCare. It was a double-whammy of self-deprecation, each verbal ether paired with a snarky caption. Here's a partial transcript from Deadline

“Well, first off, now that the Republicans control both the House and the Senate, they could pass a bill repealing Obamacare. But the president still has the video. And, if I know that guy, he’s willing to use it,” Obama said.

[POTUS Interruptus]

“And, even if Republicans somehow did repeal it, they’d have to replace it with their own healthcare plan.”

[Fracking The Elderly]

“And, once they touch it, they own it. If anything goes wrong, suddenly everybody will be complaining about Mitch McConnell-Care.”

[Walk It]

“Of course, another strategy is taking Obamacare to the Supreme Court and trying to get it thrown out. But last time we tried that, it didn’t work. I believe there’s only one sure-fire way to kill this thing,” Obama speculated.

[Deny It Healthcare]

“We have to make signing up for Obamacare unappealing to young people.”

[Send Via LinkedIn]

“Now the new web site works, and most young people can get covered for less than a hundred bucks, how’s the president going to get that message out to the kids?”

[Tattoo It On Taylor Swift]

“He could try to appeal to them directly through a speech or a press conference, but young people don’t watch real news shows like this one.”

[Or Fake Ones Like Fox]

“They watch comedy shows, and I just don’t see the president going on one of those. They’re beneath his dignity,” Obama said.

After "The Decree" Obama sat down for a very un-serious interview with Colbert. The president played along the whole time but passed on the last question. "Barack Obama: great president, or greatest president?" Colbert asked. 

"I'll leave that one alone, Stephen," Barack replied. 

Part one of Obama's interview with Colbert is above, check out part two below.

[via Uproxx]