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Video: Stephen Colbert Wants Jon Stewart to Be Upset About His Emmy Wins

September 26, 2013 (5:04 am) GMT
Colbert rubs his Emmys in Stewart's face, but Stewart proves he's not a loser at all despite 'The Colbert Report' ending 'The Daily Show' 10-year winning streak.

celebrated his Emmy wins on a Tuesday, September 24 episode of "". Showing off his two Emmy trophies, he apologized for thanking everyone but forgetting to thank himself during his acceptance speech.

"I don't know what I was thinking. Cause I am the only one who does this show," Colbert said. "I am the one who achieved this! Without the help of any of these incredibly talented and attractive people!"

Attempting to rub his wins in 's face as he ended "" 10-year winning streak, he called his colleague who showed up in the studio. Colbert expected Stewart to be upset, but the latter said instead, "I couldn't be happier for you."

"No, Jon, you're not. Your historic streak has been snapped by me," Colbert reminded his fellow Comedy Central host, but Stewart pointed out that he's an executive producer on "The Colbert Report", so it means that his winning streak is not yet over.

"Damn you!" Colbert screamed in rage as Stewart was flooded with happiness. The two later proved that there's actually no bad feelings between them by sharing a hug.

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