Jon checks in with Stephen Colbert on his final night at The Colbert Report.
The comics create #LesserNYLandmarks, develop #ElderlyVideoGames, define #NYCIn3Words and #RuinAComedian.
Stephen Colbert challenges the comedians to describe The Big Apple in just three words.
Stephen tries to convince Jon to do his show for him.
Stephen Colbert makes plans to hit the road with a mouse and a one-eyed prostitute.
With the help of Trevor Potter, Stephen Colbert and Jon ordinate without coordinating.
Herman Cain explains that his Libya gaffe was nothing more than a pause.
Stephen offers to pick up some things for Jon at several stores.
The Colbert Report was adapted from a 30 second fake commercial on The Daily Show.
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.
A Pekingese wins the world record for the longest tongue.
Rational people will gather on the National Mall on October 30th because that makes the most sense.
Go to Washington, D.C. for the Rally to Restore Sanity on October 30th.
Jon's taste of the glory he's about to unveil will satisfy Stephen's curiosity and crush his spirit.
Jon wants Stephen Colbert to know what kind of announcement he's up against with a brain camera zoom.
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.