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Comedy Central announces 'The Colbert Report' will end at the end of 2014.

Comedy Central announces The Colbert Report will end in eight months UPI com

Soon after CBS announced that Colbert, 49, would succeed David Letterman on Late Night, Comedy Central announced The Colbert Report would end in eight months.


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Colbert, Conan and Fallon - all raised as Catholics ...  

The question is:  will he stay in character in the Late Night spot?

"While speaking to the New York Times about his upcoming gig, Colbert said that he won't be bringing his Colbert Report character to Late Night.

"I won't be doing the new show in character, so we'll all get to find out how much of him was me. I'm looking forward to it," he told Bill Carter."

Wait, so he's just going to be a normal person? I wonder what that will be like.

I'm curious too!

Like Craig Kilborn or Craig Ferguson? Perhaps closer to Jon Stewart?

Heh heh.

Mike Bloomberg ‏@MikeBloomberg  37s

Congrats @StephenAtHome on the new gig. I've got a great idea for your first guest on the #LateShow!

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(You KNOW it's going to be Bill O'Reilley.)

Or will it be himself, Michael Bloomberg, announcing he's running for president?

That would be GREAT!  Remember how shocking Colbert's performance was at the 2006 White House Correspondents Dinner? 

Yes and thanks so much for stashing!

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