Comedy Central’s ‘Night of Too Many Stars’ Has, Um, Too Many Stars
Here’s Nick Offerman offering to strip for you, if you donate enough money to Comedy Central’s star-studded autism benefit, Night of Too Many Stars. The event was held this past weekend, and the telecast will be airing this Sunday, Oct. 21, on the cable network, when a live phone bank of celebrities will begin taking donations for autism research. The benefit, founded by Robert Smigel, featured appearances from, like the title suggests, way too many stars, including Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Louis C.K., Ben Stiller, Tom Hanks, Al Pacino, Seth Rogen, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and host Jon Stewart. More clips from the jam-packed show after the jump:
Ben Stiller as Derek Zoolander, spreading the word about the upcoming Mayan apocalypse.
Conan O’Brien will spray-tan himself bright orange for an entire show if enough money is donated.
Jon Stewart’s opening monologue, in which he discusses his recent Bill O’Reilly debate.
Jon Stewart auctions off Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s friendship.
Stewart pulls together three cable news talking heads from rival networks, Chris Matthews (NBC), Bill O’Reilly (Fox News), and John King (CNN), to force them into a debate where they have to suck on helium balloons the whole time.
Bill Burr does a stand-up set, reminiscing about a time when nerds felt ashamed of being nerds.