Stephen Colbert wrapped up the last episode of his The Colbert Report with a finale that only he could manage to pull off.
December 18, 2014

Stephen Colbert wrapped up the last episode of his The Colbert Report with a finale that only he could manage to pull off.

Colbert’s Epic Send-Off Includes Cameos from Pretty Much Every Celeb Ever:

As the headline indicates in slightly exaggerated fashion, Stephen Colbert‘s send-off from The Colbert Report was full of so many celebrity and political cameos that it was difficult to keep track without curling up in a ball and rocking back and forth.

Colbert bid farewell to his audience by singing “We’ll Meet Again,” with Jon Stewart joining him by a piano manned by Randy Newman. Oh, but the cameos didn’t end there.

They named quite a few in their post but missed most of them. I look forward to seeing Colbert taking over for David Letterman, but will really miss his character on The Colbert Report.

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