Jon checks in with Stephen Colbert on his final night at The Colbert Report.
Stephen tries to convince Jon to do his show for him.
Stephen offers to pick up some things for Jon at several stores.
Stephen shares a few of his New Year's resolutions for Jon.
Christmas celebrates when the wise men thought the devil in a spaceship was a star.
Hanukkah's early launch date isn't about beating Christmas to the punch.
Jon can't attend Stephen's March to Keep Fear Alive because he has something scheduled for that day.
Jon's taste of the glory he's about to unveil will satisfy Stephen's curiosity and crush his spirit.
In no way does Jon look like the front man for a Jewish Kenny Rogers cover band.
Stephen considers Jon a colleague, but doesn't know if he rises to the level of good friend.
Stephen has propane and fireworks in his trunk because he was preparing for his annual barbeque.
The Colbert family doesn't just have an Easter egg hunt -- they have an Easter egg safari.
Everyone drinks Manischewitz, gets in a line and marches at the Passover parade.
Stephen doesn't want to talk about the Vancouver Olympics with Jon's audience.
Jon's face looks like a ski mask made from an elephant's scrotum in high definition.
Stephen loved when that guy said that thing and Jon made a joke about it.
Stephen thought he and Jon would be good friends forever.
Stephen lied, fibbed and untruthed when he said he kicked his thesaurus habit.
Stephen will reveal shocking news that demands to be exposed.
Stephen criticizes Jon for not asking Al Gore the tough questions.