Biggest Shock: GAME OF THRONES author Geroge R.R. Martin wasn’t kidding around when he wrote, “When you play a game of thrones you win or you die.” Even Bigger Shocker: That those who had already read the books managed to keep mum when it came Sunday’s shocking GAME OF THRONES murder! Seriously, we tip ourRead More
Jay Carney recalled President Obama's "Daily Show" appearance as the most challenging interview of the 2012 campaign. The White House Press Secretary revealed that the staff mulled over the appropriateness of a sitting President stopping by the comedy show but in retrospect, "probably the toughest interview he had was with Jon Stewart."
The Daily Show just got major props from the White House. Obama press secretary Jay Carney told the audience at a
The Massachusetts senator recounts in her upcoming book how the thought of facing Jon Stewart made her nauseous
Jessica Williams, number five on our list of Daily Show correspondents most-likely to take over The Colbert Report's time slot when Stephen Colbert departs for CBS, is saying that role is not for her. Williams responded to a Change.org petition calling for Comedy Central to give her the gig with an open letter to her fans on Tumblr.
The toughest interview President Obama had in the run-up to the 2012 election was with snarky talk-show host John Stewart, according to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. In an on-stage interview at George Washington UniversityShow More Summary
Although critics have raised eyebrows at President Obama's late night appearances, White House press secretary Jay Carney said Thursday that "The Daily Show" might have been Obama's "toughest" interview during the 2012 campaign. Speaking...Show More Summary
Classic Mandvi... Watch above as a slightly-confused Jason Jones interviews his colleague and fellow "Daily Show" correspondent Aasif Mandvi about that one time when a Republican said the N-word on television.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney asserted that the toughest interview President Obama had during the 2012 election was with the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart. “I think if you look back at 2012, and the series of interviews the sitting...Show More Summary
John Oliver should fit in just fine at HBO. The former Daily Show correspondent and fill-in anchor starts his own political series at the pay network April 27, and it appears his left of center bona fides are firmly in place. Oliver spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about his comedy, his background and his new series Last Week Tonight. Show More Summary
Aasif Mandvi is expanding his role on the new HBO half-hour comedy series The Brink. The Daily Show correspondent has a co-starring role on the show, directed by Jay Roach and executive produced by Jerry Weintraub. In addition to that, he will now serve as a writer/co-producer on the series. Show More Summary
In an appearance at the National Press Club, comedian and former correspondent with The Daily Show, Lewis Black, said that Comedy Central host Jon Stewart was happy for Colbert and is "looking around" himself at moving on to directing films or writing full-time.
The fabulous Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead and her equally amazing compatriots at Lady Parts Justice has teamed up with the best comedians, comedy writers, filmmakers and actors on the planet and together with local repro justice...Show More Summary
Image: Mashable, Bob Al-Greene Stephen Colbert, I have a T-bone to pick with you. Your deliberate French pronunciation of our surname has caused a great deal of trouble in my life since your first appearance on The Daily Show. I'm Team Bert, not Team Bear. Show More Summary
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On Thursday night’s episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart set his sights on the NCAA, and destroyed the reviled organization. He even showed a clip from Fox News without the intention of trashing them! Stewart’s points in skewering the NCAA are valid. It is a joke that Shabazz Napier, who led UConn to […]
While the White House has made it clear that it was Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius‘ decision to resign this week, NBC News reporter Kristen Welker revealed on Friday that the administration wanted move on to a new head of HHS who was not “battered and bruised.” She added that her sources tell [...]
With the NCAA tournament at a close, and the recent decision allowing Northwestern football players to vote on forming a union, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show decided to tackle an issue near and dear to our hearts. Never has the exploitation of teenagers been funnier. Read more...