The comedians find out what's going on in the U.K. that's upsetting some bleak Brits.
Larry talks job discrimination and civil rights as the U.S.'s obesity rate continues to climb.
Tags: super bowl, football, sports, food, cheating, advertising, kids, death, junk food, weight/obesity, health, america, michael moore, movies, val kilmer, corrections/retractions/apologies , europe, laws, england, men/women, work/office, civil rights, discrimination, jesus, police business, lookin' good
The comedians list ways for a smarmy British hipster to get online donations for his dates.
Fox News issues a rare apology, and Aasif Mandvi reports on the threat of Sharia law in the U.S.
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Jessica Williams expresses disappointment that the royal couple didn't attend her one-woman show.
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Stephen puts an array of guests to the test, from Joan Rivers to Snoop Dogg to Maurice Sendak.
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Walter describes the important musical landmarks that tourists can visit in the United States.
Scotland prepares to vote on a measure to secede from the United Kingdom.
The Obama administration launches a science initiative, and Francis Collins maps the human brain.
Stephen gives his guests the Colbert Bump, and wins an Emmy for best writing for a variety series.
British archeologists find the bones of King Richard III underneath a supermarket parking lot.
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