October 27, it's going down on 'The Daily Show.'
Plus, Diddy spills white wine all over himself on 'The Late Show,' on our regular late-night roundup.
Comedy Central will broadcast the Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert marches on live television.
Sanchez talks about the chip on his shoulder.
Plus, Naomi Watts sits quietly while Jon Stewart mocks co-star Sean Penn, on our regular late-night roundup.
Sanchez called his comments "tired and mangled" and said they should never have been said.
"[It's] a chance to get in touch with, not our dirtier, but our better Sanchezes."
"All [Sanchez] has to do is apologize to us, and we'll hire him back."
Rick Sanchez knows who REALLY runs the media.
Plus, David Cross proves that being an unintelligible drunk can't stop him from getting his own television show, on our regular late-night roundup.
Obama's been watching his Comedy Central.
Plus, Christopher Meloni and Jimmy Fallon have a wet T-shirt contest, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, Bill O'Reilly receives a warm, rose petal filled welcome to The Daily Show, on our regular late-night roundup.
Stewart says Beck won't have him on air.
Plus, Jon Hamm might have been a little drunk on 'The Late Late Show.'
"This thing's not even a sequel; it's like a shot-by-shot remake," Stewart says.
Plus, Jaime King confirms that all men are cheerleader-obsessed perverts, on our regular late-night roundup.
"How does a popular bill not become a law?"
A sparring match between the hosts.
"The only problem was that when these drugs wore off, we were even sadder than before. Luckily, there was a cure: more drugs."