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The Colbert Report ended its years-long run on Comedy Central with an ensemble send-off featuring Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger, and Thomas Friedman.

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Farewell to Stephen Colbert

Farewell to Stephen Colbert


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Stephen Colbert, the host of the successful "Colbert Report" satirical news program, ended its run on Comedy Central on Thursday.

For his grand finale, he invited a slew of big names from the world of film, television, music, the media, and politics to bid him adieu with a rendition of "We'll Meet Again."

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Colbert will move to CBS this fall to replace David Letterman as the host of "Late Show."

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