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Read More: Why We'll Miss Jon Stewart: 'The Daily Show,' Trust and the Chaos of Late Night Viewers of "The Daily Show" have the chance to see Jon Stewart's final show -- if they donate to New York Collaborates for Autism through "Night of Too Many Stars." Contest winners will receive two tickets, along with exclusive "The Daily Show" memorabilia. Winners will also be flown out to NYC and put up in a 4-star hotel. It's part of Jon Stewart's team-up with New York Collaborates for Autism for the "Night of Too Many Stars" (#StarsForAutism), which airs March 8 on Comedy Central. This year's "Night of Too Many Stars" will also feature appearances by Steve Carell, Louis C.K., Martin Short, Paul Rudd, Sarah Silverman, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Jon Bon Jovi and more. Nyca is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families living with autism. »
- Jena Keahon
It takes a commitment to pull off a star-packed comedy benefit show that has raised $18 million and counting for autism-related education and support programs since 2003.
Simply put, Rudd bared his soul and other bodily cavities for the sake of the cause, namely raising money for the New York Collaborates for Autism org. Using a “Wheel of Fortune”-style spinning wheel dubbed “Wheel of Rudd,” the actor invited audience members to spin for the chance to do something to him.
One gave him a slap, one landed on “Travolta face-touching,” a reference to last Sunday’s Oscar telecast, and one landed on “baby bird,” which involved an audience member chewing up a few bites of a Zabar »
- Cynthia Littleton
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