On Friday when the Supreme Court announced their decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states, Stephen Colbert tweeted, "It's an historic day: My new same-sex marriage video is now legal in all 50 states!"

It's an historic day: My new same-sex marriage video is now legal in all 50 states! http://t.co/Nfeulvoq1X #LSSC

— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) June 27, 2015

The video features the talk show host at his desk, where you might expect to find him on a given workday, with two rainbow flags in a pen holder that says, "In case of emergency, break glass." In the video, he lands zinger after zinger ("If you're a homosexual and living in North Dakota, all your problems are solved. Enjoy Dakota pride week!") before taking aim at Justice Antonin Scalia

In his dissenting opinion, Scalia wrote that if he ever part of an opinion that began the way that Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote his majority opinion in this case, he would "hide his head in a bag."

Colbert countered, "I could've sworn he was already hiding his head in a flesh-toned cinch sack." Then he added, cheerfully, "Please come on my show, sir!"

Colbert also made fun of Chief Justice John Roberts, pegging him as the kind of person who would congratulate a gay couple on their wedding by saying, "You guys are perfect for each other—and a cancer on a democracy."

Watch the video above and try not to crack up.