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Jon Stewart And Stephen Colbert Made Their Announcements: Late Last Night

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Sep 17, 2010 | 8:22am EDT

As I’m sure you may have heard, Jon Stewart made his big announcement last night, and it’s that he has planned a rally to restore sanity to take place in Washington DC on October 20th. OOPS IT’S THE 30TH. WHAT A TERRIBLE TYPO THAT COULD HAVE COMPLETELY UNDERCUT STEWART’S EFFORTS TO PUSH HALLOWEEN A DAY EARLIER SO IT WOULD TAKE PLACE ON A SATURDAY INSTEAD OF A SUNDAY!

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Bill Clinton was also on the show last night, who if I wasn’t paying attention, I would have referred to as George Clinton just now… not because I’m a fan of funkadelic highlights or the vice president to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, but because I accidentally called Bill Clinton George Clinton to a producer at NBC, and it was less than good.

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Stephen Colbert had an announcement to make of his own, which was he’s planned a march to keep fear alive, on the exact same day in the exact same place as Jon Stewart’s rally. Isn’t this as difficult as deciding which ivy league admissions interview to go to after a stoned philosophy student double booked you?

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And unfortunately, bedbugs are still indestructible. Certainly neither a march nor a rally will kill them...especially if AIDS doesn't.

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Kate Walsh showed up on Leno in a dress made of sushi, which was a bad attempt at praising Lady Gaga’s meat dress. Eh. Medicine sitcom actresses.

Before Jason Ritter told Leno about his new show, The Event, he talked about growing up in the in industry, and his prized possession: a signed head shot of Fred Savage.

And Jimmy Fallon played “Name That Guy” with three of his audience members.

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