Ahead of South Carolina’s presidential primary on Saturday, Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenCOVID-19 workplace complaints surge; unions rip administration Gloves come off as Democrats fight for House seat in California Police killing in Minneapolis puts new scrutiny on Biden pick MORE (D-Mass.) sat down with Palmetto State native Stephen ColbertStephen Tyrone ColbertBiden answers daughter's phone call, eats ice cream during interview with Colbert Biden to give virtual interview with Colbert on Thursday Jimmy Kimmel mocks Pence delivery of PPE MORE to sample some of the local specialties — and play a quick round of “name that billionaire.”

In the pre-taped segment that aired Wednesday on CBS’s "The Late Show," Colbert joins Warren at a restaurant to "teach her a little about South Carolina cuisine."

"It's very rich," Colbert warns Warren. "You're going to want to tax it.”

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Discussing diet, Warren said both she and President TrumpDonald John TrumpMinneapolis erupts for third night, as protests spread, Trump vows retaliation Stocks open mixed ahead of Trump briefing on China The island that can save America MORE enjoy fast food, but there are least two major differences between her and the man she wants to replace in the Oval Office: “I read books. I care about people.”

After gulping down oysters and boiled peanuts, Colbert quizzes the 70-year-old White House hopeful, who has called for a wealth tax and has been vocally critical of big money in politics, on guessing billionaires as he describes them.

When Colbert describes someone who "looks like he cut his own bangs with toenail clippers," Warren shouts out, "Bill Gates!" But after the late-night host says the unnamed billionaire "knows everything about you," Warren correctly responds, "[Facebook CEO Mark] Zuckerberg."

"Like Lex Luther, but he knows more about you and he's less trustworthy," Colbert says to describe another ultra-wealthy public figure.

"Oh, Bezos!" Warren exclaims, referring to Amazon CEO Jeff BezosJeffrey (Jeff) Preston BezosHillicon Valley: Facebook permanently shifting thousands of jobs to remote work | Congressional action on driverless cars hits speed bump during pandemic | Republicans grill TikTok over data privacy concerns Largest tech company CEOs made billions amid pandemic How the latest X-37B mission may change the world MORE

"He's spending so much money on this election that right now this might actually be a commercial for him and we don't know it," Colbert hints next.

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Warren replies, "Mike Bloomberg," the former New York mayor and a fellow contender for the Democratic presidential nomination. 

The two then sit at the bar and toast with Michelob Ultras before Colbert mocks Warren's preferred libation choice.

"It's the club soda of beers," Warren says in defense of the beer.

"Do you know the joke about why is Michelob Ultra like making love in a canoe?" Colbert asks with a smile.

"Because they're both f---ing close to water."