By Christian Holub
September 27, 2016 at 12:05 PM EDT

Undecided voters on Monday looked to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump‘s first presidential debate to better understand their options. To represent this group, Stephen Colbert’s live post-debate episode of The Late Show cast Rob Lowe as undecided voter Charles Henson, who was decked out in both a Clinton t-shirt and Make America Great Again hat to reflect his conflicting loyalties.

Even after the debate, this poor character couldn’t decide between the two candidates, noting things he liked and hated about both of them. Trump, for instance, “said he wanted to bring back Law & Order, and I love Mariska Hargitay,” while Clinton’s line about preparing for both debates and the presidency impressed him as well. But then there’s Clinton’s email scandal and Trump University, which leave Henson undecided.

Eventually, it became clear that Henson was just answering Colbert’s questions with a Magic 8 Ball, so incapable was he of making his own decisions.

“I feel so lost. I woke up this morning and I told myself, ‘Today I’m going to decide,'” Lowe said. “The next thing I know, I’m naked in a rock quarry, scrawling the words ’email server’ and ‘tax returns’ in the dust with my tears.”

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