Woody Harrelson, the co-writer and director of the semi-autobiographical new off-Broadway play Bullet for Adolf, dropped by The Colbert Report on August 9 to hang out with host Stephen Colbert. That’s right, Harrelson was not there to promote Bullet for Adolf, but rather just hang out with his pal Colbert…shirtless...with the name of his play scribbled on his bare chest. In this hilarious interview, Harrelson discusses everything from why he avoids air conditioning to how Jay Leno brought him back together with his Bullet for Adolf co-writer Frankie Hyman. Harrelson and Colbert even joked about how Bullet for Adolf could easily work as a sequel to The Sound of Music. Watch the interview below, then check out the play at New World Stages through September 9.