Tonight, actor and star of Ed, Thomas Cavanagh.
Jon first looks at Presidnet Bush's gracious acceptance of a bowl of shamrocks from a group of Irish diplomats.
Jon then talks with Senior Death Analyst Stephen Colbert about the halt of the 300th execution in Texas ten minutes before his execution.
Next, Stacy Grenrock-Woods looks at fenced in buffalo hunting in a segment called "Buffalo Soldiers".
Jon then looks at the scandals surrounding the NCAA, including the University of Georgia's withdrawal from the NCAA tournament due to acedemic fraud in a segment called "March Badness".
Frank DeCaro looks at Oscar nominees for best actress in a segment called "Out at the Movies".
Finally, Rob Corddry with his St. Patricks Day tip.
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