Transcript for Jon Stewart Hosts a 'Night of Too Many Stars'
Well, this is going to make you happy. A big comedy show last night. So many kids that help inspire new heights. Good morning, T.J. We're talking about John Stewart, Chris rock, Sara Silverman, Steve carell. You expect them to have the audience in tears, right? But the tears at this fundraiser were reserved for the heartbreaking and heartwarming and tales of families impacted by autism. Look at all the stars behind me. What do you get when you put too many stars in one room? Martin short, thank you so much, Marty. Spectacular musical Numbers. And a whole lot of laughs. All part of comedy central's night of too many stars. A telethon to raise funds for autism across America. The night full of jokes. I have never been the girl who was like I forgot to have lunch today. Like -- But more profound moments. When people with autism find a way to connect, a door opens. Learning as a child to communicate through Disney movies. Coming face to face with the one voice that helped him find his own voice many years ago. Gilbert gods fried. I'm meeting. Patience, yargo. Patience! Perhaps one of the biggest stars of the night, the 13-year-old Jody diagnosed with autism at age 2 singing with one of her favorite performers world Al yankovic. ? Yo, Yo, Yo ? They raised $4 million. That event alone, $18 million since 2006. This is not to find a cure. This is the only true way for autism. You had a little time this weekend. Yeah. She said it was going to be 50 degrees. It's summertime. Summertime. A sneak peek coming up. Here's a great tip from lows.
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