Sure, you're going to miss Jon Stewart after his 16-year tenure at "The Daily Show" ends this week, but remember, he didn't do it alone. Not only did he have that Emmy-winning staff of writers, researchers, and video archivists, but he also had an army of correspondents and contributors, comics whose job has been to mock other TV journalists' pretensions to authority, expertise, and objectivity. Not for nothing, did they call themselves "The Best F#@king News Team Ever."

Some of them (particularly Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert) have gone on to become just as famous as Stewart, if not more so. Others, maybe not so much. Still, the current and former fake newscasters have given "The Daily Show" a reputation on a par with only "Saturday Night Live" as a showcase for future comedy stars. Here's what's become of some of the funniest "Daily Show" players who've bantered with Stewart.