During Thursday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert thought Steven Seagal had more to say about the NFL protests. 

As a guest on Good Morning Britain, the actor called the acts "disgusting," explaining he does not "agree that they should hold the United States of America or the world hostage by taking a venue where people are tuning in to watch a football game and imposing their political views."

With the addition of small, oval frames worn over Colbert's own glasses and a goatee, the talk show host transformed into the man he referred to as "Jean-Claude Van Damme's waterbed." He then delivered a message integrating titles of movies Seagal has appeared in while holding copies up to the camera.

"These football players have the fans Under Siege," Colbert said. They may think they're Above the Law, but they may soon find themselves On Deadly Ground. They'll find most Americans are Out for Justice because they're...feeling Under Siege 2, the sequel. And if these protestors don't like this country they can feel free to challenge me to Mortal Kombat (which Seagal isn't in)."

"One thing's for sure," Colbert continued, "You mess with Steven Seagal, you're not only going straight to hell, you're going straight to DVD."

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