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John Oliver enlists Colbert's help as Stewart is not his usual self after he returns from the Middle East, sporting beard and speaking an indecipherable Middle Eastern accent.
Stewart plans a heartfelt goodbye before he takes a long hiatus from the Comedy Central show, but his temporary replacement Oliver cuts it when he shows up to measure the desk.
While Stewart takes leave this summer to direct film 'Rosewater', correspondent John Oliver will fill in his position on the Comedy Central show.
Mama Bey holds her daughter close as the little girl stares innocently at the camera in 'Life Is but a Dream' picture, and says to Oprah Winfrey that she gains 60-57 pounds during her pregnancy.
Stewart finds himself dancing alone on the set of 'The Daily Show', while Colbert is joined by his 'The Colbert Report' audience in his version of the viral sensation.
The Scott Thorson of 'Behind the Candelabra' refused to address the gay rumors because he didn't want to offend his gay friend 'as if being gay were some kind of f**king disease.'
The network is currently developing a sitcom based on the life of the 'Never Say Never' hitmaker, who will executive produce the show along with his manager Scooter Braun.
The first sneak peek at Pedro Almodovar's upcoming comedy film presents a funny scene in which three male air hostess are getting high and performing naughty dance ala girlband.
The 'Notting Hill' actor tweets, 'J Stewart correct to give me kicking,' after the host calls him 'a big pain in the ass' for the way he behaved on the Comedy Central show in 2009.
'The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium' shows the two cable titans mocking Clint Eastwood and talking about switching each other's job.
With 'Gangnam Style' and his horse dance, the South Korean rapper becomes a world phenomenon and scores a nomination at MTV Europe Music Awards.
The 'Daily Show with Jon Stewart' host drops F-bomb after being restrained by Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon from collecting his award on stage.
Marking Lee's second film to take part at the prestigious event, 'Life of Pi' also becomes the first 3D film chosen for the Opening Night Gala presentation.
Robert gets a chorus of 'awwwwww' when he agrees that going through a breakup sometimes feels like the end of the world for young people.
The extended deals will keep Stewart at the lead of 'The Daily Show' until mid-2015, and Colbert on 'The Colbert Report' until the end of 2014.