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    Watch: 'The Colbert Report' Signs Off With a Star-Studded Musical Finale

    Could Stephen Colbert's last show have ended without Jon Stewart, Bryan Cranston, Jeff Daniels and James Franco? Sure, but it wouldn't have been the same.

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    11 Times 'Fake' Stephen Colbert Did Something Real

    Since 2005, Stephen Colbert has redefined satire on "The Colbert Report" with his Bill O'Reilly-esque right wing persona. But over his years on the show, he stretched the limits of that character as well as the concept of what a late night talk show can be -- finding real truth, night by night, in "...

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    Michael Fassbender and The Band From "Frank" Visit Colbert (Video)

    Michael Fassbender and the band from "Frank," including Maggie Gyllenhaal and Domhnall Gleason, performed on "The Colbert Report." Take a look, and hear Colbert pronounce Soronprfbs.

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    Watch: Stephen Colbert Calls 'Fault in Our Stars' Author John Green a 'Cult Leader'

    The "Colbert Report" host asked the author behind beloved cancer drama "The Fault in Our Stars" about his inspiration and devoted YouTube fanbase.

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    Watch: Matthew Weiner Tells Stephen Colbert He's Ending 'Mad Men' Because He's Scared of 70s Fashion

    Matthew Weiner, creator of AMC's "Mad Men," sat down with Stephen Colbert to discuss the upcoming conclusion of the much-beloved TV drama.

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    Review: 'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver'

    Just because John Oliver was so brilliant sitting in for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, that doesn't mean he should have cloned it for his HBO series, Last Week Tonight.

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    Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman as Host of 'The Late Show' on CBS

    Just days after David Letterman announced his retirement from "The Late Show," the CBS Television Network today announced that Stephen Colbert, the host, writer and executive producer of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Colbert Report,” will succeed Letterman.

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