Stephen's newfound immortality inspires a show-stopping sing-along with his former guests.
Tags: death, food, songs, appearances, performances, jon stewart, randy newman, henry kissinger, troops, military, afghanistan, bill clinton, c.o.l.b.e.r.t., space, neil degrasse tyson, big bird, george lucas, alex trebek, abraham lincoln, santa claus, canada
What were the first words of the most horrifying creature in sports?
CNN reintroduces a debate show from the 80s, and Stephen takes on Sesame Street.
During an Oxford University experiment, a crow retrieves a treat with a set of tools.
President Obama defends Big Bird and Joe Biden debates Paul Ryan.
Tags: exclusives, mashups, barack obama, libya, mitt romney, john oliver, herman cain, china, sean hannity, jessica williams, pbs, debates, big bird, joe biden, stephen colbert, bill o'reilly, wyatt cenac, paul ryan, mormon
The Obama campaign hits Mitt Romney with a sassy counterpunch for his Big Bird debate comments.
Tags: debates, sesame street, advertising, big bird, mitt romney, barack obama, money, debt, campaigns, candidates, democalypse 2012, indecision 2012, speeches, unemployment, elections, puppets, music, songs, john mccain, media
Echoing Mitt Romney, Lou Dobbs examines Big Bird's drain on the national deficit.
Barack Obama looks indifferent, and Mitt Romney promises to cut PBS funding.
Tags: debates, mitt romney, jim lehrer, barack obama, republican national convention, republicans, conventions, balls, big bird, government, tv, money, impressions, dancing, audience interaction, elections, candidates, indecision 2012, clint eastwood, the muppets
Barack Obama looks down at the podium while Mitt Romney fires Big Bird and lies about the deficit.
Tags: debates, mitt romney, barack obama, lying, jim lehrer, big bird, tv, titanic, photos, medicare, debt, health, insurance, work/office, elections, scott bakula, democalypse 2012, indecision 2012, terminations and resignations
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