#the daily show
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.”
“…(Fox News’s) modus operandi is to foment dissent in the form of a relentless and irrational contrarianism to Barack Obama and all things Democratic to advance its ultimate objective of creating a deliberately misinformed body politic whose fear, anger, mistrust and discontent is the manna upon which it sustains its parasitic, succubus-like existence.”
– JON STEWART, The Daily Show
Jon Stewart returns to The Daily Show.
I hope Jon’s first show back is a 30-minute-long tribute to how great John Oliver was.
John Oliver was so good filling in for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show this summer I didn’t miss a single one. Now that he’s done, I can’t wait to see him on his own show. It’s bound to happen.
Yes. He has proven that he needs — and will probably get — his own show. His comic timing and overall delivery was perf. ”I loved this,” he said near the end of his last broadcast as host — and it was clear that he did.
More John Oliver, please.
…and Cameo 2!
"Remember the Alamo? Neither do we."
Lewis Black’s response ad to Rick Perry’s BS Texas campaign is spot on.
(via The Daily Show)
"IT APPEARS I’VE OFFICIALLY BROKEN THE DAILY SHOW." During tonight’s broadcast, the set lost power and John Oliver had to conduct an interview with guest Aaron Sorkin using “two handheld cameras.” Here, John laughs as an off-camera producer hands him the notes he’d just dropped moments before. Heh.
?uestlove’s bowtie though.
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