Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler raise a total of $72,000 for autism education programs. Reuters

The stars came out for charity on Saturday and gave away several interesting prizes, including their friendship.

Comediennes and good friends Tina Fey and Amy Poehler attended Comedy Central’s "Night of Too Many Stars" gala at the Beacon Theater in Los Angeles and auctioned off a night of friendship with the duo to the highest female bidder.

The former "Saturday Night Live" stars took the stage with the gala’s emcee and fellow funny person, Jon Stewart to work the crowd. Two women bid $36,000 and will get to be best friends with Fey and Poehler for an evening.

Among other prizes, the event’s organizers auctioned off a two-day visit to the Breaking Bad set for $22,000, a Simpsons reading with the cast for $13,000, and a holiday card taken with Al Pacino for $25,000. E Online reports that comedian Louis C.K. put in some bids for the latter prize.

The strangest prize of the evening was auctioned by actor Seth Rogen. Two attendees paid $18,000 to use the bathroom alongside the "Green Hornet" star.

"This truly is a golden shower," Jon Stewart said of the prize.

Stewart helped to establish the charity auction four years ago on behalf of his friend Robert Smigel whose son was diagnosed with autism. This year’s theme was "America Comes Together for Autism Programs." All of the money raised will go to numerous autism education and family service programs across the country.

The "Night of Too Many Stars" benefit will air on Comedy Central on Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET.