Many “Daily Show” fans had hoped she would succeed Jon Stewart, but she took herself out of the running to focus elsewhere.
It's time for a left-leaning celebrity to run—and win. Two years ago, the suggestion that Jon Stewart should run for president would be met with satirical criticism. He does not have experience holding office, he is an entertainer, not a politician, and he's funny—too funny to be president. Show More Summary
A few months ago, a bizarre competition broke out among various TV hosts, with Rachel Maddow, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and John Oliver all sending staffers to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to secure wax president statues being auctioned off by the Wax Presidential Museum. Show More Summary
It's important to have a bar mitzvah that is, as the kids today say, on point. Will Rubin, a 13-year-old from Media, Pennsylvania, decided to make his event a Jimmy Kimmel-affair, with a talk show set, a Kimmel-style opening credits sequence and an ice sculpture of Guillermo. However, since Kimmel is not Jewish, Jon Stewart emerged to challenge this concept. [ more › ]
Stewart had a small issue to address with one of Kimmel's guests
Jimmy Kimmel Live's studio audience erupted when Jon Stewart crashed the show to chide 13-year-old Will Rubin for having a Kimmel themed bar mitzvah. Read more...
Jimmy Kimmel Live’s studio audience erupted when Jon Stewart crashed the show to chide 13-year-old Will Rubin for having a Kimmel themed bar mitzvah. The segment was supposed to be about Will, 13, of Media, Pennsylvania, talking viaShow More Summary
Will Rubin, an enterprising and probably one day famous kid from Pennsylvania, chose to become a man with a Jimmy Kimmel themed bar mitzvah, which flattered Kimmel enough to invite Rubin to call into his show. But as Kimmel and Rubin chatted about the bar mitzvah planning, Jon Stewart, who ... More »
Jon Stewart made another late-night talk show appearance last night, and it surprisingly was not on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but rather Colbert's competitor, Jimmy Kimmel. It wasn't about politics, either, but it was funny (and kind of...
Stewart had a bone to pick with a teenage fan who hosted a Kimmel-themed bar mitzvah.
"Wouldn't you rather idolize a talk show host who is also circumcised?"
The former 'Daily Show' host usually stops by his friend Stephen Colbert's show. Not this time.
“These are athletes that refuse to define themselves by the worst thing that ever happened to them.”
From 'The Daily Show' to 'SportsCenter.' [ more › ]
We’ve got some good news and some bad news for all you Jon Stewart fans out there. The good news is that Stewart is returning to basic cable. The bad is that it’s for one night only. As part of ESPN’s coverage of the Warrior Games, Stewart will host the 7pm edition ESPN’s SportsCenter alongside […]
His overall deal with HBO might have hit a snag recently, but Jon Stewart’s still keeping busy. In addition to the occasional Late Show appearance, the former Daily Show host has continued his philanthropic work, including a jobs program for veterans. Show More Summary
It's been a while since Jon Stewart hosted something, hasn't it? Get ready, because he's heading to ESPN's SportsCenter.
Would you pay money to see The Vagical Mystery Tour, a comedy show that wants to “grow activist bases” around reproductive rights, namely abortion? Lizz Winstead, co-creator of the Jon Stewart Daily Show and writer for Trevor Noah’s version, organized this tour, hosted by the Lady Parts Justice League, in order to cross over from […]