COMEDY CENTRAL, 11:31 PM ET #CancelColbert, a classic Colbert moment.
Call in sick. Skip your finals. Get the kids a sitter. Do what you must, because this is a binge watching worthy occasion. Tonight at 11:30, we say goodbye after 10 years to the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning The Colbert Report, but not before Comedy Central graces us with a daylong collection of classic episodes from 10 AM - 11 PM ET/PT.
So, Colbert Nation, take the day off, make a mad dash to the grocery store to load up on food and drink, puff up the pillows on your coach, and settle in to relive some of the finest moments in television "news" history.
After tonight, Colbert Nation must wait months before seeing Stephen Colbert on the tubes again. He will replace late-night legend David Letterman, who recently announced his retirement, with Late Night with Stephen Colbert, and reports suggest an August or September launch.
Larry Whitmore, the popular comedian and "senior black correspondent" on Jon Stewart's The Daily Show will slot-in with The Minority Report with Larry Whitmore at The Colbert Report's 11:30 time.