And Ian McKellan isn’t buying it.
And Ian McKellan isn’t buying it.
After filling in for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show this summer, Oliver will be hosting a weekly current events show on the premium cable network in 2014.
The Daily Show points out that neither of them really do.
Highlights include the former head writer of The Daily Show, one of the most respected Latino news anchors in the U.S., and puppets interviewing newsmakers. The Holy Grail: a new audience of twentysomethings.
Don Yelton has resigned after claiming “lazy black people” are looking for government handouts on The Daily Show.
The 16-year-old Noble Peace Prize nominee, appeared on the Daily Show Tuesday night to advocate for widespread access to education. Jon Stewart was very excited.
“How bad can it be if it doesn’t personally impact Sean Hannity?”
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what TV needs more of. Find out what Anna Faris, Fred Armisen, and Dan Bucatinsky are craving.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
This gag from his return to the Daily Show last night proves that we simply aren’t over using Miley’s VMA performance as a punchline just yet.
Stephen Colbert, Mr. Met, a Miley costume, and much more begat his fiery return. There were tough words for Obama too.
In 2000, Posh and Baby Spice stopped by The Daily Show and things went south quickly.
OK, so the “Get Lucky” thing has been done to death, but this is great.
It’s OK because the host is British. CNN gets a nice jab too.
Yes indeed, 100% true facts from the man who will guest host The Daily Show this summer.
The British Daily Show vet is taking over this summer while Jon Stewart is off directing a movie. Also: his thoughts on the Royal Baby, CNN, and America.
Sodomy, zygotes, and welfare, oh my.
Cheez Whiz and Kool-Aid and bubble gum don’t necessarily bring to mind gallery walls. But artist Matthew Brandt is undaunted by your doubts.
“You definitely do get the sense that there are some 58-year-olds who want you dead,” she told Jon Stewart on last night’s Daily Show.
Thanks Yahoo! Answers.
Colbert is very good at staying deadpan approx. 99.9 % of the time. This is one of the few, ultra-hilarious times he couldn’t handle it.
When Jon and The Daily Show won their category — for the millionth time — Stephen and Jimmy didn’t take it sitting down.
Edited out: “We want the president to succeed.”
As Ricky Gervais explained on The Daily Show last night.
He also provided a decent case against Google Glasses (that people wearing them will get hit by a car) but won me over with the Ryan Gosling filter.
From last night’s “Daily Show.”
They make it too easy for him. From the opening segment of tonight’s “Daily Show.”
“Rick, I’m sorry that hearing that JFK speech on religion makes you throw up. But if it makes you feel any better, if JFK were alive today, knowing you were running for President would make him shit his pants.” From Monday’s “Daily Show.” Come for Jon Stewart’s Rick Santorum smackdown, stay for his Mitt Romney one!
This is spot-on. Jon Stewart opened tonight’s “Daily Show” with a segment deriding Congress for its continued reluctance to ban its members from profiting through insider trading. It’s worth watching in its entirety, but the segment’s highlight was undoubtedly Stewart’s impersonation of Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman. (via Mediaite)