Whether you call it "Deflategate," "Ballghazi" or "The Dumbest Scandal of 2015," the New England Patriots' under-inflated balls have become the centerpiece of Super Bowl XLIX. On Thursday night's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart gave us his...Show More Summary
"Going to end with a press conference where the balls have to apologize for their role in being deflated"
Daily Show host Jon Stewart tore into the National Football League on Thursday for worrying about deflated balls and $500,000 penalties for players who won’t speak to the media instead of more serious issues. “Are you fcking kidding me? That’s ‘my company poured dioxin in a...
Jon Stewart tonight trashed the Patriots over "Ballghazi" and went after the NFL for some "fcked-up priorities" about what's worth punishing people over.
Kristen Schaal talks directly to Jon Stewart's testicles to prove a point
Jon Stewart and Kristen Schaal discuss "the war on ballsacks"
"Your ancestors used to roam free. The wind blowing through your soft fuzzy hair…"
"Really the Kochs' money is way more impressive than any of the GOP candidates so far"
Potential 2016 candidates are already jockeying for position, but what matters most might not be positions or policies -- it's the money. As Jon Stewart pointed out on "The Daily Show" Wednesday night, the billionaire Koch brothers plan...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart mocked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Wednesday for rushing to the defense of billionaires Charles and David Koch and their plan to spend nearly $900 million on the 2016 elections. “You may think to yourself, ‘That’s fcked up.’ Aren’t those guys gonna want...
Jon Stewart found it just a little bit odd that President Obama dropped everything to go to Saudi Arabia for the late king's funeral but couldn't be bothered to go to the Paris unity rally.
The management company, which also represents Jimmy Kimmel and Carson Daly, will remain a separate entity under the WME-IMG banner read more
WME | IMG has acquired Dixon Talent Inc., James Dixon's boutique firm that represents some of the top late-night and comedic talent, including Stephen Colbert, Carson Daly, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Simmons and Jon Stewart. Dixon Talent Inc. Show More Summary
Evenifyoudon’tliveintheNortheast,youwerestillluckyenoughtobesubjectedtoround-the-clocknewscoverageoftheblizzard thatjusthittheregionbecausethatiswherethenewslives.TheDailyShowwithJonStewart showednomercytothehystericalfearmongering Show More Summary
Jon Stewart isn't the only one who thought Don Lemon's CNN Blizzardmobile was ridiculous. During an interview with Kennedy on Fox Business Network last night, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith said he wouldn't be caught dead reporting the news from the back seat of a car.
With his patented exasperation, Jon Stewart devoted the start of last night's Daily Show to critiquing the NYC media for their breathless coverage of the blizzard. "Tonight we are moist but unbowed, surviving the only story that mattered," he began. Show More Summary
Monday sent the whole northeastern United States into a blizzard-crazy tailspin, rocketing sales at grocery stores and forcing people… Read More
Don Lemon got frickaseed last night on The Daily Show. Jon Stewart mocked all New York-based TV news orgs’ coverage of Blizzapocalypsegeddon '15, noting that when the storm largely missed Manhattan, it left them with some tough choices...Show More Summary
The Blizzard of 2015 killed everyone. Except for Don Lemon! Because he was safely riding around New York City in a dumbass BlizzardMobile during the Historic Superstorm. While we were all wrapped in our Snuggies eating non-perishables, Jon Stewart recapped all the hype and hysteria surrounding the blizzard on Tuesday night's edition of The Daily Show. Read more...