Stephen Colbert invited all the old correspondents from The Daily Show with John Stewart on The Late Show Tuesday night, seating them on couches in a morning show formation that Colbert says they would have “made fun of” back when they were just rascally satirists on Comedy Central.
Former Daily Show host and your mom’s crush Jon Stewart trimmed his retirement beard for an interview with Charlie Rose on “CBS This Morning,” where he provided a rather calm and philosophical take on the results of the election.
On Monday’s Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Jon Stewart made a brief appearance after Sam Bee pointed out how we’ve managed to hang the election outcome on his shoulders. “I’ve really turned into a very odd person, with the little horses and the coloring,” he gleefully shouts, doodling away.
On the final (like, ever) episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, our old pal Jon Stewart stopped by to wish Wilmore well and tell him what a great job he’s done, like good dads do.
It’s been difficult to navigate the violent storm of 2016 without Jon Stewart’s steady hand to guide us through, but luckily, we won’t have to manage on our own for much longer.
In a recent profile, Full Frontal host Samantha Bee told Rolling Stone that she, unlike many Daily Show viewers, had never expected to take over Jon Stewart’s role—and that her acceptance of TBS’s Full Frontal offer came in part out of her own assumption that she would be passed over. “It didn’t seem like a reality to…
Jon Stewart’s been up to a lot since leaving The Daily Show. As Samantha Bee says, he’s opened a “massage farm” and she needs his advice on what to do with a tiny adorable horse.
Participating in a University of Chicago live taping of David Axelrod’s podcast The Axe Files, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart got a bit rankled when an audience member asked about frequent Daily Show guest Louis C.K. and what thought goes into booking someone with an alleged history of sexual harassment.
Last night, Jon Stewart stopped by The Daily Show. But it wasn’t to reminisce; it was to castigate Congress for sitting around once again doing dick-all for 9/11 first responders.
Hello, here’s a teaser for Trevor Noah’s upcoming gig hosting The Daily Show. It’s a beautiful slow motion promo soundtracked by Kanye West’s “Power.” The Trevor Noah era is upon us starting on September 28, when he officially inherits the desk of Jon Stewart. “Same chair, different ass,” according to the promo.
On Thursday evening, Jon Stewart said goodbye to his loyal, leftie viewers.
On September 12, 2000, Jon Stewart started The Daily Show’s Headlines segment with the following joke: “The GOP accused of using subliminal advertising. Bush says, ‘Why would we advertise underwater?’” After a run of jokes about then-candidate George W. Bush, Stewart chuckles, “He’s making it so easy.”
Last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart managed to effectively smack down Mike Huckabee’s “oven door” comment with a few video clips and some theatrical grunts. It’s truly unnecessary to put in any rhetorical effort—Huckabee is just that much of an idiot.
Jon Stewart admitted on The Daily Show that gleeful, wall-to-wall Donald Trump coverage is basically the same thing as frantically jacking it every hour on the hour. But can you blame them?
Somehow, despite it all, Donald Trump continues to cling to his pretense at a serious presidential campaign. And so The Daily Show continues to cover his antics with outright glee. The latest: His fellow Republicans are shocked and appalled that he’d speak badly of John McCain! Wow, it’s almost like Donald Trump is a…
Jon Stewart scrapped whatever plans he had for the Daily Show last night and devoted a pretty stunning two full segments to railing about the mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.
Jon Stewart only has a few weeks remaining in his tenure as host of The Daily Show. But an old friend will be there to help ease the transition: Donald Trump, who ought to stick around the presidential race just long enough for a few goodbye segments at the expense of good old Fuckface von Clownstick.
On Monday, Jon Stewart joined America in wondering what the fuck was going on with 37-year-old Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who on Tuesday morning said that she “identified as black.” I identify as wealthy, now where are my coins?!
On Monday night, people in McKinney, Texas took to the streets to protest Corporal Eric Casebolt, a police officer who brandished his gun at a pool party and waved it at some teens while sitting on the back of a black girl. Literally. As a result, he’s been suspended—but not fired. Noted, Texas.
Jon Stewart’s last Daily Show will be August 6, and in the leadup we’re probably going to be subjected to endless takes about how he Shaped America’s Discourse. The Daily Show itself wasted no time mocking that trend, with this touching tribute from John Hodgman, which they promise will be the first in a series.