Who is the biggest Star Wars nerd: Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert? I guess there's only one way to find out — Jedi battle!
On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart ridiculed the octopus logo for the recently launched spy satellite NROL-39. He quipped that the logo was one scared schoolgirl away form being a popular comic in Tokyo. And voilà, the show added just that.
In many countries, there's freedom of speech. You can criticize your country's government and leaders on, for example, television. On China's state-run TV, you cannot. Enter Jon Stewart.
As you might have heard, the U.S. Senate shut down a bill this week that would extend background checks on gun sales—a bill that most Americans supported. And of course, someone brought up video games.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart digs up an old pun and applies it to the ongoing "Love Pentagon" fiasco. If they made a video game about the ongoing sex scandals revolving around former CIA director disgraced general David Petraeus, they could call it Call of Booty. Timely... though watch the full clip for the better…
Attack of the Show host Olivia Munn, who recently played a reporter in Iron Man 2, is appearing as a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart over the next couple of weeks.
Last Thursday, Daily Show host Jon Stewart went for the jugular of CNBC host Jim Cramer — well, went for the jugular, again.