Jane Krakowski, Stephen Colbert Sing for All the Unsung Heroes

What about doctors and nurses — aren't they heroes too? "Well, if it wasn't for drunk guys on trampolines, they wouldn't have a job to do."
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Stephen Colbert and Jane Krakowski

Jane Krakowski and Stephen Colbert took a moment of Tuesday's Late Show to finally sing a song for all the unsung heroes out there.

"There are non-famous people out there who are doing things for people all the time," said the host.

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actress, who is currently showcasing her pipes in Broadway's She Loves Me, then shook her head and noted, "Not in New York City."

The two then saluted salespeople at Gap, Times Square costumed characters and "whoever drew a penis on that windshield's dirty glass / it was kind of childish, but I have to admit, I still laugh off my ass."

What about doctors and nurses — aren't they heroes too? "Well, if it wasn't for drunk guys on trampolines, they wouldn't have a job to do," noted Krakowski.

Watch the video below.

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