The NYC mayoral race heats up, and Grammy Award winner John Prine gets the Colbert Bump.
Anthony Weiner forgives his persecutors.
Stephen sounds the shofar.
Turmoil strikes the Middle East, and Harvard University President Drew Faust joins Stephen.
The Jewish New Year begins, and Ira Glass apologizes for never having Stephen on his radio show.
Stephen plays his shofar and reads John Lithgow's book.
It's time to celebrate the Jewish New Year, and Ken Burns talks about Prohibition.
John Lithgow phones in to research Norwegians.
Rick Perry celebrates Hanukkah by dancing with Jews.
Stephen calls on every Jewish member of the television academy to beg for his forgiveness.
Jon has a special message for Congressmen on holiday.
If Congress has to save the economy without Feingold and Lieberman, so be it.
Stephen thinks Rosh Hashanah blows.
Stephen finally puts an end to racism with a discount to his Southern Heritage Collection gift shop.
Jon explains why he worked on Rosh Hashanah.