Sodomy, zygotes, and welfare, oh my.
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.
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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)
Last night during his “Daily Show” interview, Gervais’ train of thought took a turn for the filthy as he explored the intricacy of interspecies animal sex in great detail. The conversation, which to me seemed to push the boundaries of what’s suitable for TV, was strangely appropriate for the show’s Valentine’s Day episode.
This was brilliant. Stephen Colbert surprised Jon Stewart at the end of tonight’s “Daily Show” to demand back the Super PAC he gave Stewart control over while mulling a fake presidential bid. Stewart’s refusal to honor Colbert’s request led to an epic foot chase, culminating in… you know what? Just watch.
“A moon base? Your solution to being accused of grandiosity is ‘Give me eight years and I’ll have a fucking moon base.’” Just hours after enduring a debate night beating from Mitt Romney over his idea for a permanent colony on the moon, Newt Gingrich received a similar smackdown from Jon Stewart on Thursday night’s “Daily Show.”
“Get your names right, Bill!” Stephen Colbert opened tonight’s “Colbert Report” with a segment about the easy to get around “non-coordination” rules applying to Super PACs. Specifically, Colbert hit back at BuzzFeed — and editor-in-chief Ben Smith — for questioning the legality of his coordination with Jon Stewart, who took over the Super PAC Colbert created once he announced his possible run for “President of the United States of South Carolina.” Me-ow!
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are making a complete mockery of U.S. election law by stretching the limits of what can be considered “non-coordination” between presidential candidates and the Super PACs that back them. They’re also making history.
The Daily Show host blows some of Stephen Colbert Super PAC’s cash after deciphering clues candidate dropped during his television interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.
“I’m sorry, ma’am, but we don’t make a violin that small.” On last night’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart skewered CNN “Early Start” anchors Ashleigh Banfield and Zoraida Sambolin for a horribly misguided, cringe-inducing segment called “Wake ‘Em Up” in which they prank call random famous people at 5:00 AM. So this morning, Banfield did what any rational, able-to-take-a-joke person would and took it in stride. HAH JUST KIDDING. (h/t Mediaite)
Embarrassing doesn’t even begin to describe this. CNN recently premiered “Early Start,” a morning show anchored by Ashleigh Banfield and Zoraida Sambolin. It features a segment called “Wake ‘Em Up,” during which the ladies prank call a random famous person at five-something in the morning, because WHAT THE HELL? To see just how badly things went—twice!—check out this clip of Jon Stewart laying into Banfield and Sambolin on tonight’s “Daily Show.” (via Mediaite)
Stand up comedy’s stressful enough, but are you funny enough to take it to the streets? These comedians do their best work amongst the people and who knows, maybe you’ll encounter them one day. For more Man on the Street hijinks with a game show twist, tune into Funny Or Die’s “Billy on the Street” on Thursdays at 11p/10c on Fuse.
Please, please don’t do this. Stewart insists that while Republicans are craving another Ronald Reagan, Gingrich is more like if Reagan had been “abandoned as a child and raised by a family of cactuses.”
What do you do when you see a major political candidate attempting to hold a quiet, civilized Q&A on Twitter? Hijack his hashtag and sic a bunch of rabid Man Men fans on him, obviously. (via meredithbklyn.tumblr.com)
I think this may be the funniest Daily Show segment I’ve seen in a long time. We’re talking pantheon-level funny. And make sure to check out our own list of other places with racist names. View Media ›
The Daily Show looks the new debt crisis congressional “supercommittee” and the “amazing powers” they posses. At least find out how Sen. John “The Trickler” Kyl got his superhero name. (via thedailyshow.com) View Media ›
Wendy Deng’s look of disapproval gets the Daily Show treatment. View List ›
Jon Stewart discovers that CSPAN in the United States has absolutely nothing on the UK’s live political entertainment. View Media ›
“Is he teaching people not to be gay or is he like The Green Mile guy and just absorbing it all?” View Media ›