Larry's many, many friends try to calm his nerves as he gets ready for the gig of a lifetime.
When it came to The Daily Show's guests, Jon was always very hands-on.
Sometimes The Daily Show's jokes were too much even for its host.
Stephen Colbert shows his gratitude to Jon with the help of a metaphor from "The Lord of the Rings."
Jon responds to fans' tweets about his favorite guests and his mysterious on-air doodles.
A Colorado school forbids Evan Young from giving a valedictorian speech announcing that he's gay.
Evan Young gives the graduation speech that his school vetoed due to content about his sexuality.
Gov. Rick Scott bans the term "climate change," and Larry examines political correctness in America.
Larry shares an embarrassing thought and announces the controversial subject of his next show.
Jon checks in with Stephen Colbert on his final night at The Colbert Report.
Stephen expresses some very wary holiday cheer.
The comics create #LesserNYLandmarks, develop #ElderlyVideoGames, define #NYCIn3Words and #RuinAComedian.
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Special guests Jon Hamm, Ben Stiller, Stephen Colbert and Gilbert Gottfried join in on the fun as Chris Hardwick brings @midnight to New York City.
Stephen Colbert challenges the comedians to describe The Big Apple in just three words.
A three-year-old boy from Illinois grows upset that he didn't get to vote in the midterm elections.
Stephen tries to convince Jon to do his show for him.
The contestants impersonate the World's Worst correspondent, but Jason Jones misses the joke.
Michael Che muses about the lives of former correspondents from The Daily Show.
Jon challenges John McCain to a "Wrong-Off" to determine who has made more mistakes in their career.
Summertime means that Speedos are everywhere.