With sweeps underway, "Good Morning America" offers useful tips on how to fend off sharks and bears.
Mandy Patinkin and Audra McDonald help the happy couple celebrate their wedding day.
With national parks closed, hundreds of couples have had to cancel their weddings -- except one.
Tags: marriage, government, national parks, congress, economy, costumes, bachelor/bachelorette parties, colbert nation, interns, bears, animals, mascots, appearances, stephen colbert, internet, poop & pee
The government shuts its doors, so Stephen stands in for the FDA.
Gitmo turns out shocking news, and Bryan Cranston talks "Breaking Bad."
Gitmo inmates read "Fifty Shades of Grey," and bears become godless twerking machines.
Atul Gawande explores historically slow ideas like Listerine, gay marriage and global warming.
Congressman Mark Pocan supports gay marriage and opposes bear wrestling.
Tags: better know a district, mark pocan, on location, wisconsin, madison, appearances, house of representatives, marriage, health, insurance, obama administration, high five, magic, bears, agree to disagree, bkad, legalization, stephen colbert, lgbt, marriage equality
France legalizes gay marriage, Pfizer sells Viagra online, and Russian bears get high on jet fuel.
Stephen counts down the top five threats to America.
Tags: 5 x five, exclusives, mashups, cracks up, america, threatdown, canada, bears, kate middleton, animals, jewish, holidays, religion, second amendment, dogs, violence, god, guns, metrosexuals, lgbt
Kate Middleton spreads the winter barf bug, and panda blood contains super antibiotics.
Tags: threatdown, health, chuck todd, kids, school, england, international affairs, kate middleton, pregnancy, gross-out, robots, science, stds, drugs, bears, animals, endangered, planet of the apes, jimmy
Stephen looks back at his days as a local news anchor and explores weather reporting.
A bear steals an iPad, a distillery makes biofuel from whiskey, and two other bears visit the mall.
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