Jimmy Fallon may be good at a lot of things, but softball isn't one of them. The "Tonight Show" host led his crew into battle against "The Daily Show's" team and the odds were definitely not in his favor.Fallon shared the unfortunate news on his Instagram, announcing, "Close game vs @TheDailyShow but we lost 20 -3. Show More Summary
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This is nothing new for Howie Kurtz, who has used his platform at Fox's Media Buzz to get into pissing matches with both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to try to goad either of them into allowing him to come on as a guest on their shows. This...Show More Summary
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At the height of his post-World War II popularity, Arthur Godfrey hosted two weekly CBS-TV series and another 90-minute weekday radio-TV program (Arthur Godfrey Time). Per Wikipedia, the end-of-the-week daily show was a little different: The...Show More Summary
In honor of Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi, aka Rokudenashi-ko ("Absurd Girl" or "Good-for-nothing Girl"), Jon Stewart premiered a new segment on The Daily Show last night: "We May Have Problems, But at Least We're Not Jailing Artists for 3D Printing Their Vaginas."
Last night on The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart called out New York City mayor Bill de Blasio for again eating pizza with a fork and knife. Even after Stewart taught de Blasio how to eat a slice with...
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo got the full treatment on Thursday night's "Daily Show," and not the kind reserved for a beloved celeb or a guest pushing a new book. Host Jon Stewart tore into Cuomo for creating an anti-corruption panel and...Show More Summary
“You could salvage this entire fucking thing with a mediocre Scrabble hand,” the “Daily Show” host shouts in exasperation.
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George Takei was 5 years old when armed U.S. soldiers came to his house and escorted him and his family to an internment camp for Japanese Americans in the swamps of Arkansas, he told Jon Stewart on Wednesday night's Daily Show. TheShow More Summary
it was chaos -- chaos!!! -- when a federal appeals court ruled against a key provision in the Affordable Care Act earlier this week. At least, that's how the media put it, leading "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart to whip out a severed head...Show More Summary
If you weren't watching cable news on Tuesday, when two federal appellate courts reached conflicting opinions about the legality of ObamaCare's insurance subsidies, relive those hours of chaos in the first half of this Daily Show clip. Show More Summary
With analysts estimating that the news network, often the butt of “Daily Show” jokes, could be worth $10 billion, Jon Stewart has launched a parody campaign to crowd-source the funds.
1. Jon Stewart Hoping To Buy Run-Down Fixer-Upper Cable News Network Apparently inspired by Rupert Murdoch's recent attempt to purchase media conglomerate Time Warner, Jon Stewart announced on last night's episode of the Daily Show that he would be initiating a Kickstarter campaign to raise the $10 billion necessary to buy cable news network CNN. Show More Summary
With the news that media mogul Rupert Murdock is interested in buying Time Warner for $80 billion, Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show"were able to poke a little fun, which is what they do best.Should Murdoch actually be able to make a deal...Show More Summary
If the world can raise over $61,000 for potato salad via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, then why can’t a satirical news program on Comedy Central launch a campaign to buy CNN for a cool $10 billion? Well that, at least, was the punchline for a segment on The Daily Show last night, which saw host Jon […]
On Tuesday's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart announced the humorous launch of a fictional, $10 billion Kickstarter campaign to buy CNN. Stewart explained that if Rupert Murdoch was successful in purchasing CNN parent company Time Warner, the...Show More Summary