Welcome to the new guy.
Welcome to the new guy.
The Daily Show’s Jason Jones finds a “quality” bootlegged TV show in Russia.
I have to hope, because otherwise, it’s too depressing. …I really do it just to not be ashamed of me, of my way of living. I want to look at the eyes of my children, and my grandchildren, and say that ’ I did all I could.’
I’ll say quote from an American TV show. It’s called Angel. There is a wonderful phrase there: ‘If nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do.’”
UNNAMED PROTESTOR against Russia’s anti-gay laws, interviewed by The Daily Show's Jason Jones, and who managed to take a quote from a late 90’s / early Aughts TV show to eloquently and sincerely sum up her pro-LGBTQ cause.
Mayor Bill de Blasio finally eats a pizza slice correctly… and downs it with a Big Gulp.
“Really — two inches of snow? Is that what happens when the South is confronted by something not specifically mentioned in Revelations? ‘We’re ready for the Horsemen of the Apocalypse and rivers of blood but Jesus didn’t say nothin’ here about snow tires!’”
– JON STEWART, on the havoc wreaked by Flurrypocalypse, on The Daily Show
Jon Stewart’s epic rant against Republican obstructionism — starting Day One of Obama’s administration — from last night’s The Daily Show.
The Daily Show’s version of the Republican response to SOTU — via Vine — is accurate.
“'Literally Russian roulette!' …In fact, I think the only difference between a bong hit and pointing a loaded gun at your own skull is that the gun can kill you instantly and must never be criminalized or restricted in any way, ever. EVER!!!”
– JON STEWART, reacting to Fox “News” dumbass Bill O’Reilly saying that legalizing pot in Colorado is “literally Russian roulette,” on The Daily Show
Jon Stewart’s assails Fox “News” and its “war on carbon” and we’ve missed you, Jon Stewart.
"That’s trademarked, by the way."
Last night, Jon Stewart followed this blog’s suit and ripped apart the mainstream media’s comparison of the Healthcare.gov glitches to the deadly disaster that was Hurricane Katrina.
I mean, if you’re a TV news producer letting this segment get on the rundown you must have no concept of what history is. Or humanity. Or journalism.
Jon Stewart’s takedown of CNN’s “is that good or bad?” tendencies was brilliant.
Kristin Schall spoofs “sexy” Halloween costumes for women with her own creation, “The Sexy Vagina.”