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The Comedy Central host holds the Government Shutdown Wedding of the Century on his show with Mandy Patinkin offering a nondenominational Jewish blessing for the couple.
Colbert rubs his Emmys in Stewart's face, but Stewart proves he's not a loser at all despite 'The Colbert Report' ending 'The Daily Show' 10-year winning streak.
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.
The TV host/comedian gets an all-star cast of dance partners in place of the absent electronic dance duo
The political satirist gets emotional as he shares story about Lorna Tuck Colbert's life on the first day he returns to his Comedy Central show after a week hiatus.
Lorna Elizabeth Tuck Colbert raised 11 kids and lived to the ripe age of 92 before her death on Wednesday, June 12.
The TV host/comedian invites actor/singer Alan Cumming for a duet called 'Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe' for his spoof.
The Comedy Central presenter helps raise money in Charleston's bowling alley to fund Elizabeth Colbert Busch's campaign.
After exchanging invitations to each other's Oscar party, the 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host and his guest sing a duet about them becoming friendly.
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.
Political satirist Colbert slams President Barack Obama who was sworn in for a second term in a private ceremony on Sunday, before taking an oath in public on Monday.
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.
Opening 'The Colbert Report' on February 20, the host denies that his show went on hiatus last week because he had a plastic surgery by saying, 'I did not have my eyes done... I had my a** done.'
After going on a sudden hiatus since Thursday, February 16, Comedy Central's satirical news show 'The Colbert Report' will be back on air February 20.