There’s no reason to believe Jon Stewart is anything but really, really cool. He’s a pro at the alphabet game, after all! Although this might be difficult to comprehend, we’ve discovered the funny guy has reached an entirely new level of awesome. And it involves dogs.
The much-loved Funny Or Die web series 'Between Two Ferns' is coming to TV! Set to debut on Comedy Central with a 30-minute special this Sunday at 8:30/7:30c, Zach Galifianakis takes his awkward interviews to the masses with guests Jon Stewart, Tina Fey and Virgin Atlantic owner Richard Branson in the upcoming episode. And to hint at the hilarity we can expect, a NSFW preview clip was uploaded wit
Basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal is a really big guy. And Jon Stewart , as he likes to point out, is fairly small. So when Stewart greeted Shaq as a guest on 'The Daily Show' Monday, Shaq couldn't resist turning their handshake into an opportunity to lift Stewart in the air like a child.
After years and years of mocking the sordid sex lives of other celebrities, David Letterman found himself on the other side of the joke in 2009 when it was revealed he was having sexual relations with female members of his staff.
Generally speaking, it's impolite for guests on his show to bring this up. But Jon Stewart did, although the faux pas was completely inadvertently.
The dream is over. Stephen Colbert is no longer running for President of the United States. So what becomes of his Super PAC money, which he famously left in care of fellow Comedy Central funnyman Jon Stewart?
Before he was the king of the spoof news program on Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show,' Jon Stewart hosted 'The Jon Stewart Show' on MTV between 1993 and 1995.
Watch a much darker-haired Stewart hone his legendary wit in a highlight real from the mostly forgotten program.
As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 nears, several outstanding examples of how TV dealt with the tragedy come to mind, including David Letterman's first broadcast after the attacks and Mayor Rudy Giuliani's appearance on 'Saturday Night Live.' But perhaps none was more powerful than the first post-9/11 'Daily Show With Jon Stewart' and Comedy Central is streaming the entire episode free on their site