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Following the death of Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak early Tuesday morning The Colbert Report put together this tribute to the children’s book author and illustrator using footage shot for Sendak’s interview with the show earlier this year.

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Björk recently stopped by The Colbert Report to perform “Cosmogony” from her new album Biophilia.

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Last week Mike D, the “head grammarian” of Beastie Boys, stopped by The Colbert Report to solve a dispute between New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz and blogger Julieanne Smolinski about the meaning of “illin.”

Mike D’s Hip Hop Semantics

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While honoring the heroes who have given money to his Stephen Colbert’s Super Pac the television host can’t keep a straight face and breaks down during the middle of the ridiculous segment. Watch.

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The Colbert Report weighs in on the whole Ultimate Spider-Man hullabaloo. Take a look:

Colbert Report: Multiracial Spider-Man

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What could possibly go wrong as Stephen tries to prove Sarah Pain’s take on Paul Revere’s Famous Ride by attempting to ring a bell and fire multiple shots from a front-loading musket while riding a mechanical steed?

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It appears Stephen Colbert is a Rebecca Black fan. Recently he stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and brought a few friends along to do his one version of “Friday.”

Stephen Colbert Sings “Friday” With the Roots

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In case you missed it last night, here’s Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon‘s ice cream induced fantasy. Won’t you let them drop a scoop of friendship on your sugar cone of love?

Ice Cream Hallucination With Jimmy Fallon

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We weren’t as lucky as alphamonkey, who saw the Stewart/Colbert Rally in person this past weekend (it’s okay, we hate him too), so I guess we’ll have to settle for this auto-tune version of Jon Stewart’s speech.

Auto-Tune the News: Sanity Song

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There are times when I wish I lived in New York. Seeing Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert crash Conan O’Brien’s show at the Radio City Music Hall for an impromptu dance-off, yeah, that would be pretty damn sweet. The quality of the video isn’t great, but the content is worth watching.

Conan O’Brien, Stephen Colbert & Jon Stewart Dance-Off

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