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Top Videos: Jon Stewart's "Rockin' Shutdown Eve," Zach Galifianakis Interviews Bieber

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This week, Jon Stewart weighed in on the government shutdown, Vince Gilligan provided commentary about the Breaking Bad finale, and Zach Galifianakisinterviewed Justin BieberJennifer Hudson starred in a parody of Scandal, and some construction workers starred in a parody of Miley Cyrus' music video for "Wrecking Ball." AMC also debuted "The Oath," a new web companion series to The Walking Dead. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos: read more

Top Moments: Ted Meets the Mother (Sort Of) and Late Night's Epic Lip-Sync Battle

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13. Best Sexual Harassment: In an effort to win back her old office on The Mindy Project, Mindy convinces her new (and much less alcohol-tolerant) co-worker, Paul (James Franco) to a shots-off. When Mindy drinks Paul under the table, literally, she helps walk him home and leaves him, unconscious, at the door to his apartment. But not before the newly engaged Mindy decides to go in for a kiss. The minute she presses her lips against his, however, the drunk Paul yells "Whoa, mama! Help me! Whoa!"  Apparently that wasn't as good for him as it was for... read more

Top Moments: Richard Simmons Goes Crazy and Oprah's Big Hang-Up

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11. Best Arrival: Viewers say goodbye to 24/7 soccer coverage and hello to FX's new sister channel, FXX, in appropriate fashion. When FXX officially kicks off at 7 a.m. Monday morning, the reception begins to go out and the game footage interchanges with an image of a black leather couch. Suddenly, the black leather couch begins to move and out from the seams bursts a very hot and a very naked Danny DeVito in a classic It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia clip. Goal!

10. Most Surprising Twist: Mistresses' Karen thinks her nightmare is over after the wrongful-death lawsuit against her is dismissed, but then her medical license gets suspended for six months. Who ratted her out for sleeping with Thomas (not to mention helping him die)? Not Elizabeth, but her... read more

Top Videos: Stewart's Daily Show Return, Scandal Scoop, Vampire Diaries Gags

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This week, Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show, the stars of Scandal offered a sneak peek at Season 3, and a 96-year-old wrote a touching love letter to his recently-deceased wife. Also, Lil' Bub and his feline friends starred in a documentary, and Bill Hader offered Stefon fans hope that the Saturday Night Live character may get his own feature film. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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VIDEO: Jon Stewart Is a Changed Man After Daily Show Hiatus

John Oliver and Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart reclaimed his Daily Show throne on Tuesday after a 12-week hiatus that allowed Stewart to direct a movie in the Middle East. And apparently, the experience had a lasting effect. 

VIDEO: John Oliver shines as new The Daily Show host

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The Tuesday Playlist: Luther's Back, Along With Jon Stewart and Brian Williams

Idris Elba

Some like it rough — and TV doesn't get much rougher or darker than BBC America's brutally compelling crime drama Luther, mining new depths of depravity and tragedy in its third cycle (airing as a four-night miniseries this Tuesday through Friday at 10/9c, except Wednesday, when it airs an hour earlier as the lead-in to the even more shattering Broadchurch). Once again, Luther's Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-winning star Idris Elba attacks his signature role of the tormented, damaged London detective John Luther with raw magnetism. He has a way of absorbing others' pain and isn't afraid to inflict some of his own, but Luther's history of explosively reckless behavior has made him the target of a relentless Internal Affairs cop (the excellent David O'Hara), who tries to turn Luther's loyal partner Ripley (Warren Brown) against him.

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TV's Highest Paid Stars: What They Earn

Jon Stewart

There is a new king of late night, according to TV Guide Magazine's annual survey of star salaries. And he's a very rich king.

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart is now earning between $25-30 million a year, according to several sources (his network, Comedy Central, did not comment). That puts Stewart ahead of the past perennial late night salary leaders Jay Leno and David Letterman. Leno took a significant pay cut last year, as NBC wanted to reduce costs at Tonight. He now earns around $20 million a year after being up near $30 million. Letterman is also said to be in the $20 million range as the license fee CBS pays to his production company, Worldwide Pants, for Late Show has been reduced in recent years.

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VIDEO: John Oliver Shines As New The Daily Show Host

John Oliver

It was business as usual at The Daily Show Monday night with one crucial difference: Jon Stewart was nowhere to be seen. With the host on hiatus to direct a film, John Oliver, the show's Senior British Correspondent since 2006, made his debut as The Daily Show's temporary summer host. read more

VIDEO: Jon Stewart Signs Off From The Daily Show

John Oliver and Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart is officially on hiatus from The Daily Show for the summer, and it appears that new host John Oliver is already making himself at home.

At the end of Thursday's show, Stewart attempted to offer a heartfelt goodbye to his audience, but was interrupted by Oliver, who showed up behind the desk with a tape measure, barking orders into a cell phone.

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Donald Trump Slams Jon Stewart After Comedian Reveals His "Real Name"

Donald Trump, Jon Stewart

Donald Trump is not amused. After Jon Stewart said that the businessman's "real name" was "F---face Von Clownstick" on Wednesday's The Daily Show, Trump lashed out at Stewart and anyone who found the joke funny. read more

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