English comedian and actor John Oliver finally made his Daily Show hosting debut on Monday. Jon Stewart hosted his last show until Labor Day, and said his goodbyes handing the show over to Oliver last Thursday.
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Popular Chinese web portal ‘Sina’ posted a clip from the American satire show hosted by Jon Stewart, The Daily Show. The segment apparently became one of the most-watched Daily Show clips ever. It received around 2.8 million views and thousands of comments as well.
The eight-minute clip was basically revolved around DPRK’s nuclear war threats. The title of the segment was ‘Nuke Kid on the Block’, referring to North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un who is infamous for his nuclear threats to South Korea and the United States of America.
You can watch the full clip in the video
Jon Stewart made up for The Daily Show’s brief break by literally smacking down the right-wing movement as he took upon the CPAC coverage last night focusing on Michele Bachmann, Donald Trump and Sarah Palin.
The highlight of the show was when Stewart explained what he thinks about Palin by saying, “I finally figured out where Sarah Palin came from. Someone cast a spell on a YouTube comment and it came to life.”
Epic! Watch Stewart bashing CPAC, Palin and Bachmann in the hilarious video
If you spend your entire career dissembling to the press, you might end up working for the press! At least, that’s what has happened to former White House Press Secretary, Robert Gibbs.
We all make mistakes but it’s really hard to admit them. Jon Stewart also made a mistake but he apologized for it in front of all his fans and audiences on Monday’s show.
Last week when the news broke the Mississippi never officially ratified the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, ‘The Daily Show’ host had a little fun at its expense and in the process Stewart portrayed the former Secretary of State Dick Molpus as a segregationist politician.
Watch Stewart’s lengthy apology with some giggles in between in the video.
In this video, he played a clip of an interview in which Cheney was answering questions about Obama’s administration and laughed out loud at the end of the clip. Jon Stewart then remarked, “Every time Dick Cheney laughs an angel gets stabbed in the d***.”
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Bill Gates Discusses Eliminating Polio And Being Less ‘Cool’ Than Steve Jobs While On The Colbert Report (VIDEO)
Bill Gates was on The Colbert Report and it was a hard-hitting interview but a riot to watch indeed. Stephen Colbert questioned Gates about his work and charity including his efforts to promote education and eradicate childhood death through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Stewart pointed out: In a war zone, are you really worried about “dying from embarrassment?”
Enjoy the videos!
Stewart played clips of commentators’ exaggerated praise of the president’s speech and added, “It’s a call to action like JFK’s ‘Ask not what your country can do for you’ or FDR’s ‘The only thing we have to fear is fear itself’ or Jimmy Carter‘s somewhat inexplicable ‘She’s a Brick House, she’s mighty mighty…’”
Watch Stewart’s take on the contradictory media coverage of Obama’s inauguration ceremony in the videos
“Well- he did not” were the four words that appeared in the court transcript. According to Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, if these were the four words he spoke after a period of seven years -yes you read that right, seven years!-then it is kind of a letdown. His hilarious take on Justice Clarence Thomas’ recent episode in the court is worth a watch.
The news of Lance Armstrong’s confession to Oprah has taken the world by storm. He admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs while recording a TV interview on Monday.
The Daily Show host Jon Stewart mocked the disgraced former Tour De France champion on Tuesday’s show by first expressing his outrage over the dollar he spent on a rubber “Livestrong” bracelet that is now “somewhere in his house.” “Well, I think we all owe cancer an apology. Or is that not the lesson in all this?” said Stewart.