If you missed the first week of Stephen Colbert as host of CBS' The Late Show, then you missed a lot. He had everyone from George Clooney and Amy Schumer to Jeb Bush and Joe Biden...all of which had memorable moments that were fodder for talk around the water cooler the next day.

And this week looks like it'll be just as buzzworthy.

Monday, the show has Emily Blunt and Justice Stephen Breyer as guests with the Dead Weather performing. Tuesday, Jake Gyllenhaal and Apple CEO Tim Cook are stopping by, with musical guests Run the Jewels with TV on the Radio. Wednesday’s guests include Kevin Spacey, Carol Burnett, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp (those last two will probably be performing a song or two). On Thursday, Naomi Watts and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon will be Colbert’s guests, while Chris Stapleton performing. And Friday will see Lupita Nyong'o, Senator/Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders on the couch, with dancers Christopher Wheeldon, Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope listed as guests (so don't be surprised if there's a dance number).

How To Watch 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Live Online Or Via Mobile Device For Free

You can the show online as it air for free through CBS' online portal, CBS All Access. You'll need to sign up for a free one week trial, which you can be done by clicking "Try 1 Week Free" and then signing up. Unfortunately, you'll need to live in one of the 86 markets that the option to watch a live stream is availabe.

You can also watch the show on your mobile device, either tablet or smartphone, by downloading the CBS app and signing for a free trial of CBS All Access.

WARNING: After the one week trial expires, CBS All Access costs around $6 a month, so remember to cancel your account in a week..Unless you enjoy CBS programming.

How To Watch 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' After It Airs

Don't live in one of the markets that allows legal live stream of CBS broadcasts? Can't stay up past 11:30 p.m.? Or you fell asleep in the middle of the show cause you're an adult with responsibilities?

If any of that's the case and you want to know what happened during the show the next day (so the people at work don't think you're a boring old person), then you can check out the show's YouTube account for the latest clips and show's section on CBS.com for full episodes the next morning.

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m.