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The 15 truthiest Stephen Colbert quotes, America

You can kick and scream, America, but Stephen Colbert's character from The Colbert Report will be dead and gone come Friday The final episode of The Colbert Report airs Thursday, and although the real Stephen Colbert will grace our screens as the new host of the Late Show, replacing David Letterman, his exaggerated character will be missed See also: 13 minutes of Stephen Colbert laughing will fill your heart with joy In honor of Colbert's years of insightful comedic genius, we've compiled some of his most memorable quotes to help you cope with the loss Have something to add to this story?

The beginner's guide to creating a podcast, according to the pros

Podcasts are so hot this season With the outpour of podcast obsessions (thanks, Serial), we've probably all thought to ourselves, "How hard can it be?

GIF novels and BitTorrent bundles: 2014's most unusual album releases

LONDON — Forget streaming, and don't even think about CDs - in 2014 you needed GIFs, BitTorrent bundles and one-off works of art to stand out from the album release crowd.

Nick Jonas imitates Tom Hanks by playing 'Jealous' on 'Big' piano

Standing where Tom Hanks stood in the 1980s, Nick Jonas played his hit song "Jealous" on FAO Schwarz's foot-operated piano, the same one Hanks popularized in the film Big.

'The Interview' is over: How a threat in broken English knocked Sony out

LOS ANGELES — “The world will be full of fear." There's no way the hackers who brought Sony Pictures Entertainment to its knees, forcing the studio to shut down The Interview after a cascade of mortifying security and strategic failures over the past few weeks, could have known how right their statement would turn out to be.

Sony ends 'The Interview' and hands hackers a terrifying new script

Today. This moment. Right now. We’ve turned a corner and the sidewalk is rolling up behind us. There is no turning back from this.

San Francisco 49ers drop Ray McDonald following sexual assault investigation

The San Francisco 49ers announced Wednesday that defensive lineman Ray McDonald is to be released from the team following reports that he is a suspect in a sexual assault investigation.

'The hackers won': Celebs are flabbergasted that Sony pulled 'The Interview' after hackers' threat

Sony Pictures canceled the Dec. 25 release of "The Interview" on Wednesday after hackers threatened a Sept.

Charlie Sheen to guest star on 'The Goldbergs' as his character from 'Ferris Bueller'

The Goldbergs is staging a crossover with Ferris Bueller's Day Off — sort of The show has enlisted former Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen to appear on the show as his character from the cult '80s teen film.

Day in the life: Musicians RAC and Matthew Koma play New York's Terminal 5

Musicians André Allen Anjos (otherwise known as RAC) and Matthew Koma talk shop, from indie remixes to sold out shows.

Nation's top 4 theater chains bow to hacker threat, won't show 'The Interview'

LOS ANGELES — The nation's top four theater chains have bowed out of The Interview, choosing not to show the comedy after hackers that have bedeviled Sony Pictures for nearly a month vaguely threatened attacks against any cinemas that show it, Mashable has confirmed.

'7th Heaven' actor Stephen Collins on sexual abuse: 'I did something terribly wrong'

More than two months after a troubling audio recording of 7th Heaven actor Stephen Collins apparently confessing to molesting underage girls was leaked to the public, the actor has admitted to the crimes In a statement to People, Collins, best known for playing pastor Eric Camden on the wholesome TV series, went into detail about the incidents, which took place over a span of 20 years, and apologized for his actions See also: TMZ: '7th Heaven' Dad Stephen Collins Confesses to Child Molestation "Forty years ago, I did something terribly wrong that I deeply regret," he said in the statement.

Summer camp BFFs Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon sing 'Jumper'

When you put teenage Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake in a cabin together, you know they're going to get into trouble The misbehaving duo stay up past lights out — on a Pop Rocks sugar high, of course — to play Truth or Dare.

The shows you're DVRing — and those you're not

When it comes to breaking down the TV ratings for a given season, networks are putting less and less emphasis on overnight data, and for obvious reasons: The way we're DVR'ing these days, next-day ratings just aren't the whole picture Why report numbers that will be much more reflective of your total audience — and therefore impressive — three or seven days down the line?

'The Voice' crowned a winner, but it wasn't the one we were expecting

The Voice waited until the last five minutes of its two-hour finale to crown a winner, as reality singing competition to do, but don't worry, we won't make you wait Craig Wayne Boyd, the underdog country singer, won it all The odds were stacked up against Craig going into Tuesday night's season ender.

These 27 songs and albums are the new Grammy Hall of Fame inductees

They made you dance, jive and have the time of your life. Now, "Dancing Queen" singers ABBA along with Sly And The Family Stone, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Sex Pistols, Willie Nelson and Alice Cooper are among the 2015 inductees into the Recording Academy's Grammy Hall of Fame See also: The 6 new Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will make you feel old The new crop of hall of famers will have 14 songs and 13 albums — spanning nine decades — enter the prestigious ranks, which includes 987 recordings.

10 stunning sports photos you probably missed in 2014

You probably saw the photos of agonized Brazil fans after their country lost 7-1 to Germany during the World Cup.

'Saga' is the must-have graphic novel of 2014

Chances are you already have one graphic novel in your library. Right? Right? Seriously, people, if your shelves don't at least contain Alan Moore's Watchmen — named to many lists of the top 100 books of all time — or Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns or Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis or Art Spiegelman's Maus, then stop reading this right now and head to your nearest bookstore.

Sony going ahead with 'The Interview' release, leaving it up to theaters

LOS ANGELES — Sony will release The Interview on Christmas Day as planned, leaving it up to individual theater owners to decide whether to show the film in light of new threats of physical attacks from hackers that have devastated the studio, Mashable has confirmed.

The Cavaliers' brilliant passing doesn't excuse this ESPN fail

After some weird early-season hiccups, LeBron James, Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers are starting to gel.