Who's Going to the 'Night Of Too Many Stars'?

It's time for a good old fashioned fundraiser. Tonight, a gaggle of hilarious guests join Comedy Central for the Night of Too Many Stars benefit to support various Autism organizations in America. But wait, that's a pretty vague title. Who are these stars and why are there too many of them? The event is hosted by The Daily Show's Jon Stewart. I'm going to keep calling him that until it's officially no longer true, OK? Let me have this. This event is part auction, part telethon, and part comedy show. There will be games, sketches and short films. This is a chance to see your favorite stars not just perform for you, but be themselves when they are forced to interact with generous audience members. It is not a live show. The Night of Too Many Stars benefit was taped on February 28. However, the telethon portion is live. You can donate to New York Collaborates For Autism during the broadcast for a chance to speak to a celebrity as you show them the money.

Who are Jon Stewart's many guests? We know that the celebrities in attendance will include Louis C.K., Larry David, John Oliver, Martin Short, Jon Bon Jovi, Larry Wilmore, Bill Burr, Andy Cohen, Gilbert Gottfried, and Maya Rudolph. Some of the stars will be performing, others will be manning the phones this weekend. Who else can we expect to see? Let's go through the list and get ourselves pumped for an hilarious night.

Amy Schumer

You can see a bit of her stand-up and many of the other stars in the above NSFW trailer.

Fred Armisen

Which means it's pretty likely that his Portlandia co-star, Carrie Brownstein, will join him. Right?

The Ladies of Broad City

Youths like me, rejoice! Both Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer will be there.

Steve Buscemi

Think he'll be revising his role as Jan Brady from that Super Bowl Snicker's ad?

Sarah Silverman

She's a Comedy Central staple at this point. I wonder if she'll bring Matt Damon.

Paul Rudd

Looks like his bit involves a "Wheel of Rudd" and audience members get to spin it and do things to him. I'm listening...

Susan Sarandon

I can't think of a better way to get over a breakup, can you?

Jim Gaffigan

He's pictured here on the Red Carpet with his wife, Jeannie.

Adam Sandler & Bob Barker

This is a pre-taped bit from the benefit, and it gets a little violent! Turns out these two have had creative differences in the past.

Steve Carell

The Foxcatcher has been showing us his serious side on the awards circuit in 2015, but during this special he's finally back to his funny man roots.

Weird Al Yankovic

He's been making a bit of a comeback recently, and by the looks of this picture... might be paying homage to the new Star Wars?

"and many more"

Oh, the speculation! Past guests have included Hannibal Burress, Katy Perry, Kristin Chenoweth, and Tom Hanks. Back in 2012, Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler auctioned off a chance to be their BFF for the night. Who else do you think was in attendance at this year's benefit? That's already a lot of stars. But it's not too, too many...

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