Comedy Central has announced the lineup for the tenth annual Night Of Too Many Stars, an autism benefit hosted by Jon Stewart and featuring “live performances, sketches and short films” from comedians within Comedy Central’s considerable sphere of influence. Louis C.K., Bill Burr, Jon Hamm, John Oliver, Paul Rudd, and Amy Schumer will all join Stewart on February 28 for a live benefit show at the Beacon Theater in New York City; tickets are available on the Beacon Theatre website and start at $130. Bets on who will be the first to make an anti-vaxxer joke start at $5 and will be available through your local bookie. (Our money’s on Schumer.)
For those of us who can’t afford to attend the taping or simply do not live in New York, Comedy Central will air the special on March 8 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. During the broadcast, Comedy Central will conduct a live telethon with comedians like Larry David, Martin Short, and Larry Wilmore manning the phone banks. This gives fans the chance to speak directly to one of their comedy heroes, although most of the conversation will revolve around how much money you’d like to donate to autism education programs. But giving Larry David your credit card information is still pretty cool, right?