"We joke around here a lot about like exclusives ... When you know it's not really an exclusive interview, we're just doing a TV show here," he said. "I have an announcement right now of an actual exclusive interview that we're going to have Monday. Everybody wants this fella. Everybody wants him. Nobody got him, but us. On Monday, I will be right here talking to the first time since he left the White House, Anthony Scaramucci will be sitting right there."
Colbert's audience broke out in hysterics, screaming "Moooooooch" in excitement upon hearing the news.
"The Mooch!" Colbert said. "I can't believe it! We got the Mooch. We set out a Mooch trap."
The CBS late-night host is planning to ask the fired White House official about what it's like to be on the inside of this administration and the president's actual level of loyalty, considering he was fired after holding the position for 10 days.
"We'll do some front stabbing, it will be a lot of fun," he said. "Anyway, Mooch, I'll see you Monday. It will be a lot of fun."