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Top Videos: Stephen Colbert's Survival Tips, Golden Retriever Bombs Agility Test, Peanuts Trailer

This week, Stephen Colbert shared his survival tips (with the help of a bear), and Peter Pan herselfAllison Williams, taught Jimmy Fallon how to fly. A golden retriever gave what might be the worst performance ever during an agility test, while a dog named Argus struggled in vain to achieve his life goal — snagging a tater tot off the counter. Also, Sam Smith prepped for his debut performance at the American Music Awards, and Evan Rachel Wood imagined what Big would have looked like if it was about a female character. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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The Daily Show's Jon Stewart chats about delivering the news to young people, and Stephen offers a frank assessment of his career.

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David Letterman announces his retirement from "Late Show," and Stephen marvels at the challenge of filling his shoes.

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Antonin Scalia's argument that gay marriage is a slippery slope gains traction after a lesbian trio ties the knot in Massachusetts.

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"The Dish" blogger Andrew Sullivan shares his thoughts on the 2014 midterm elections and the Republican takeover of the Senate.

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Top Videos: Stephen Colbert's Survival Tips, Golden Retriever Bombs Agility Test, Peanuts Trailer

This week, Stephen Colbert shared his survival tips (with the help of a bear), and Peter Pan herselfAllison Williams, taught Jimmy Fallon how to fly. A golden retriever gave what might be the worst performance ever during an agility test, while a dog named Argus struggled in vain to achieve his life goal — snagging a tater tot off the counter. Also, Sam Smith prepped for his debut performance at the American Music Awards, and Evan Rachel Wood imagined what Big would have looked like if it was about a female character. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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When Is Colbert Report Ending?

Stephen Colbert will officially sign off from Colbert Report on Thursday, Dec. 18, he announced during Thursday's broadcast.

"Stephen Colbert, the guy you've seen here for every night for nine years will be gone. All you'll have left of me is this book," he said, holding up his book America Again: Re-becoming Greatness We Never Weren't. "So pick up America Again in paperbook for a loved one. Or for a hated one."

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Top Moments: Stephen Colbert Dares to Dream, the Saved by the Bell Movie Is a Real Nightmare

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11. Best Explanation: Remember when Gwen Stefani Adele Dazeem-ed Stephen Colbert's name at the Emmys? According to Adam Levine, Stefani was super-nervous backstage, even after he offered a helpful mnemonic device. "We're going up there, and the whole time she's like, 'I can't pronounce Colbert. I can't pronounce it,'" Levine says on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. "I was like, 'If he wins, think: cold bear.'" Of course, Stefani went with... read more

Top Videos: Robin Williams Emmy Homage, The Dude Visits Colbert, New Gone Girl Trailer

This week, two dearly departed comedians were honored by the TV industry at large: Billy Crystal paid tribute to his friend Robin Williams at the Emmy Awards, and former Saturday Night Live cast member Phil Hartman finally received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (as well as an entire day dedicated to him). Elsewhere, Jeff Bridges — or was it The Dude? — stopped by The Colbert Report, a new trailer for Gone Girl debuted, and a pair of elephants rocked out to violin music. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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Top Moments: Clinton Name-Drops In on Colbert, The Bridge Makes an Eye-Popping Move

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13. Worst Meltdown: The Power of Veto competition gives Zach one last chance to save himself in the Big Brother house and, as usual, he is over-confident. After failing to... read more

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Premiered: October 17, 2005, on Comedy Central
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Premise: Former "Daily Show" correspondent Stephen Colbert's late-night satirical spin-off skewers the latest headlines and features interviews with authors, politicians, musicians and other newsmakers on a quest for what Colbert calls "truthiness."

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