Long time Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert bid fond adieu to his "The Colbert Report" show Thursday night with a huge finale number that included tens of big time cameos from former President Bill Clinton to Physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Here's a breakdown of everyone who made it into the final number.
It's that Christmasy time of year. 2 or 4 TV channels have all Christmas movies running non stop through next April. And all those movies have the requisite marriage proposal and "Yes" at the end...awww Happily Ever After.
They may be a little older than today's pop stars, but nobody can say veteran rockers aren't still bringing in the bucks. In fact, artists like The Eagles, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney all landed in the Top Ten on Forbes' list of the Highest Paid Musicians of 2014.
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