So relevant because Trump used a "Cavuto" on Twitter this morning (h/t @artkinsell) Left, Fox & Friends, 6:46 amRight, Trump, 7:33 am pic.twitter.com/hvxAc93EyK — Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) January 11, 2018 Open thread below...
Trevor Noah, Bassem Youssef, the founders of Reductress, and Andy Borowitz talk satire; a far-right blogger in the White House looks for a fight.
John Oliver, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert
You may remember that Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson are bringing their hit 2 Dope Queens podcast to HBO, having taped episodes at Brooklyn's Kings Theatre in October. Those four specials will air in Fridays in February... Continue reading…
Ed Helms first came to prominence as a correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, part of the same crew that included Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, and Steve Carell. So it feels a bit like a homecoming to see him back on Comedy Central, wearing a blazer and reporting on news stories while delivering topical… Read more...
The host of Comedy Central's "The Opposition" is clearly mad. He should get madder.
Researchers found "Conservatism is associated with lower appreciation of both irony and exaggeration." Indeed, among the personality aspects they considered, the only ones that played a role in humor appreciation were one's sense of humor (obviously) and the aforementioned enjoyment of intellectual pursuits.
While attempting to deliver a unifying opening monologue for the HBO fundraising special Night of Too Many Stars, sorely missed comedian Jon Stewart found himself being interrupted by a buzzer wielded by former Daily Show alum Stephen Colbert, who had more than a few choice words for Stewart’s choice of words. As they quibbled, the...
They're like a comedy Justice League.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were only the beginning of a very funny sketch during HBO's Night of Too Many Stars.
WARNING: This post contains spoilers for Star Wars: Episode IX, Hot Tub Time Machine 3, and Sharknado 5. Saturday night, Jon Stewart hosted Night of Too Many Stars, a live benefit for programs that support people with autism. There were...Show More Summary
The semi-annual Night Of Too Many Stars benefit to raise money in the battle against autism didn’t ignore other major problems, including the current wave of sexual harassment in Hollywood and politics. The program, held Saturday night at New York’s Madison Square Garden and televised live by HBO, had already bounced comedian Louis C.K. Show More Summary
At the end of Saturday’s Night Of Too Many Stars benefit show, Jon Stewart summed up this year’s star-studded event as “funny, touching, chaotic. Like life.” He’s not wrong. This time, the “bi-occasional” comedy night that raises money for autism education programs was broadcast live on HBO from the Theater at ... More »
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The former ‘Daily Show’ crew reunited for a good cause Saturday night.
Weekend of Nov. 18-19, 2017 | “Search Party” returns to TBS.
The former comedy news anchor shares his thoughts about being off the show.
Stewart sat in the with 8G Band to promote the Night of Too Many Stars special
After his retirement from The Daily Show, Jon Stewart told TMZ that he was taking up playing drums. Apparently, he wasn't kidding! Last week, Stewart played drums on "Catastrophes," a new song from the New Jersey indie band No Wine For Kittens. And on last night's episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers, Stewart sat…
You know that thing where you love Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants so much you decide it’s a good idea to trade pants with people? We do not, but Jimmy Fallon apparently does. For Jon Stewart’s Night of Too Many Stars, Fallon has decided to offer the chance to swap ... More »