Bill Clinton speaks at an interview, during the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, in New York City on Sept. 28, 2015.
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Bill Clinton may or may not be headed back to the White House, but first he will visit the House of Colbert.

The former President will match (political) wits with Stephen Colbert on the Oct. 6 installment of The Late Show, CBS announced on Tuesday.

Clinton’s appearance is tied to the conclusion of the11th Clinton Global Initiative, which convenes heads of state, Nobel Prize laureates, CEOs, philanthropists and other global leaders to tackle challenges facing the planet.

Clinton has appeared on The Colbert Report, and Colbert interviewed him at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative. This meeting between the two could get extra-entertaining if Clinton tuned into Monday night’s show, in which Colbert had a laugh with First Lady Michelle Obama over the ex-President’s past.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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