How much will it cost for Tosh to leave?
We’re not sure why, but it seems to be amicable.
The last ever episode of The Colbert Episode aired last night, which closed with host Stephen Colbert singing a tear-jerking rendition of “We’ll Meet Again,” accompanied by Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Bryan Cranston, Willie Nelson, Mandy Patinkin, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sam Waterston, Jeff Daniels, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird, Keith Olbermann, Andrew Sullivan, Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales, Ric Ocasek, Charlie Rose, Michael Stipe, James Franco, Cookie Monster, Toby Keith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Barry Manilow, David Gregory, Jeff Tweedy, Christiane Amanpour, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Arianna Huffington, Alan Alda, Cory Booker, George Lucas, Tim Meadows, Bob Costas, Elijah Wood, Henry Kissinger, Vince Gilligan, Bill Clinton, and a bunch of other people I didn’t recognize because they weren’t famous enough.
But, like, in a professional, journalistic way, I’m sure.
He’s sorta got a good thing going where he is.
He admits he doesn’t know what he wants to do with it yet but…”something.”
“I take umbrage at that” “Give me back my umbrage!”
Stewart’s taking off to direct ‘Rosewater’, which I hope is more interesting than its title.
He’s getting into serious drama, not fake serious drama as you’d expect.
If Chris Rock can be president, so can he.
You could spend your early evenings checking in to see whose yard gnomes were stolen or what restaurant now gives free Hepatitis C with each order of pop, but why…
If your day has been filled with pleasant and comfortable interactions, you better watch these to restore some balance.
While the network features a number of funny shows such as “South Park” and “Futurama,” Comedy Central's commedians remain at the center of much of the programming. Whether these comedians…
That’s not to say they haven’t done a bunch of other questionable stuff. With the exception of Carson, they have.
Jon Stewart quotes are frequently peppered with politically hilarious, ironic, irreligious, sarcastic statements in which many times, there is to be found a grain of truth. Although, very politically incorrect,…
In a bid to make the program more fappable, "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" has added Olivia Munn as the new "Senior Asian Correspondent." Munn appeared on last night's program to report the plight of Vietnamese fishermen effected by the spill in the Gulf. She will continue to appear throughout the coming weeks as she continues to try out for the show. I can understand Olivia's wanting to be on a show where her co-host doesn't seek every opportunity to feel her up, but I really feel like she'd fit better as the "Senior Nerd Correspondent." If anyone can get the truth out of an overweight virgin in a Destro costume, it's her. How'd she do? Check out the clip after the jump….
Jon Stewart reacts to Senator Al Franken proposing the Pentagon shouldn't hire contractors who make their employees agree not to sue if they're raped by co-workers.Slam dunk indeed, Mr. Stewart.