Thought Jon might go easy on the president? Think again.
Also, again, consider how much more (in many ways) substantive and hard hitting this interview is compared to anything you might get on, say, Meet the Press.
The best damn news team is having a hard time making their way around our nation’s capital. Meanwhile, Wyatt and Jason try to stir things up on the bus.
The Daily Show is kicking off it’s Indecision 2010 coverage (or maybe shooting a West Wing parody prono).
But first, they are contractually required to cover the Juan Williams firing thingy.
Do yourself a favor and keep watching for the Team Black Guy/Team Muslim Guy segment at about minute 7. Larry Wilmore is especially funny.
Check out the details here.
Everybody gets some mojo!
Actually, everyone got tickets to the rally.
Not my joke.
Also, not my joke.
MoMA is the perfect place to screen Jackass 3D if you ask me.
Is it just me or has this been a bumper crop year for batshit insane candidates. From the homeless guy running for Senate in South Carolina, to the raccoon-eyed Lurch-look-a-like running for governor of New York, it’s been quite a ride on the crazy train.
Do you ever think to yourself: why is it when I turn on the news, it’s so filled with stupid?
Answer: because a lot of the people in the media are STUPID!
I mean, the promise of the movie Broadcast News has finally come to pass. The fourth estate is broadly populated by good looking, empty-headed, vacuous idiots who generally can’t do much more than read off a teleprompter and certainly cannot be relied on to understand subtlety or wield much in the way of wit.
Or, as Jon suggests, Rick Sanchez=Micheal Scott. They’re the same guy.
And notice, I have a nice, restrained headline for this.
Apparently the entire cast of The Social Network wants to go out of their way to say how inept they are with computers.
You heard it here first: I PROMISE Justin Timberlake will win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar this year, in the Sinatra-in-From Here To Eternity mold.
Biden has always been known as an excellent motivational speaker.
Sometimes, the bluster and pomposity of “congress-people” is too much. Yeah, it was a bit of a joke. And it wasn’t that funny anyway. Get over it. You’re all jokes.
Especially if you’re a congressman from Iowa. Named Steve King.
Or some sort of Fem-bot creature named Megyn Kelly. The real joke is anyone who spells their name Megyn.
Jon was on The Factor last week, so turnabouts is fair play in the tv world.
Jon tried to make Bill feel more welcome.
Jon considers the fight for the soul of the Frank Lloyd Right wing of the republican party.
A clarion call for rationality. On the anniversary of the Rumble In The Jungle.
Saturday, October 30, 2010. National Mall. Be there.
Video after the jump…