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By Vulture Editors Source Stephen Colbert’s reign as character-in-chief of The Colbert Report ends this week. To send him off, Vulture enlisted the help of celebrities, authors, journalists, actors, and other notables who have appeared on the show, or are just huge admirers, to recount their memories of one of the greatest TV characters of […]

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By Katt Source StephenSmile64 will have more tidbits from the “Behind the Scenes at ‘The Colbert Report’” panel discussion at the New York Comedy Festival coming soon, but for now Splitsider’s Elise Czajkowski and Entertainment Weekly’s Shirley Li bring you some of the best quotes from the event, including details on network-enforced sponsorship, the logistics […]

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By Kristin Wald Source Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert set aside satire on Friday night to entertain a full house at the Wellmont Theatre with anecdotes, jokes, previously little-known tales, and a clear admiration for each other.

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By USA Today Source WASHINGTON — “One… two… ME!” said Stephen Colbert as he unveiled his wax double Friday at Madame Tussauds just blocks from the U.S. Capitol. “I am so beautiful!” The Comedy Central comedian addressed reporters, noting the “momentous occasion” by saying, “There comes a time in every great man’s life when he […]

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by Emily Yahr Source In a telling commentary about our time, Madame Tussauds in Washington on Friday moved dashing newsman Dan Rather to the gift shop to make room for faux newsman Stephen Colbert.

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By NPR Staff Source Stephen Colbert loves music and loves to sing. That’s why Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross asked him to bring a few songs that mean a lot to him and tell her why.

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By Eric Spitznagel Source One of the most controversial political attack ads of the year didn’t originate with an actual candidate or political party. It came from Stephen Colbert. Or more accurately, “Stephen Colbert,” his satirical alter ego. The ad was funded by Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, a super PAC formed by Colbert […]

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By Stephen Colbert Source Good evening, and congratulations my fellow influencers. How is everyone feeling this evening? Oh, come on, you could do better than that? Look at this room. Look at this people. Look at the view. You are the TIME 100, and we are better than other people. I’ll say it, it’s just […]

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By Charles McGrath Source There used to be just two Stephen Colberts, and they were hard enough to distinguish. The main difference was that one thought the other was an idiot.

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By Stephen Colbert Source As a proud son of South Carolina I must address recent unsubstantiated rumors published in The State that I, Stephen Colbert, tried to buy the naming rights to the 2012 Republican primary.

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Moontower Interview: Hasan Minhaj

By Robert Faires Source Getting hired as a correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart was, without question, a great break for Hasan Minhaj. But it isn’t as if the 29-year-old comedian was sitting around waiting for his cell to ring. This is a guy who in just a few years has made a mark in stand-up, […]

October 2nd, 2013: The Taping ReporT!

By Anna-Neko Source This was my second time going (went with a friend last year), and just the day before got to experience ‘The Daily Show’ too!

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