First equating it with the invention of fire or space travel, when Jon Stewart finds out where lab-grown meat actually comes from, he changes his mind a bit: "Yes, to be clear, the meat, while totally great, is not yet good enough for sausage. It is five years away from being anus-grade pork. God knows [...]
Last night on The Daily Show, LeBron James paid a visit to promote his new book Shooting Stars (buy at Amazon). Since LeBron is coming up on free agency (and because the Knicks are so consistently terrible), Jon Stewart tried to convince him to move to New York City by using a Shake Shack burger [...]
Last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart, back from a week-long break:
The story that burned me the most while I was on my break was our culture's continued fascination — yay, exploitation — of celebrities, even after their death. I'm talking about the non-stop coverage of the death of a legend, Oscar Mayer III, [...]
Last Thursday Robert Kenner was on The Daily Show to promote his film Food Inc. It's mainly standard talking points, but Jon Stewart couldn't help but break out the pancake and sausage on a stick: "What if everything we ate was on a stick? And that the stick was somewhat indistinguishable from whatever it was [...]
In Republican Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal's response to Barack Obama's speech to Congress, he kept repeating that "Americans can do anything." On last night's The Daily Show, Jon Stewart proved just that — by eating a blueberry pancake-wrapped sausage on a stick, dipped in Baconnaise Light. Stewart says, "I think my tongue just took a [...]
Arianna Huffington on The Daily Show, promoting her book The Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging, offered some advice: "Blog your obvious passions, and blog your secret passions. My secret passion is cheese." It sounds like Jon Stewart is going to start an eggplant blog.
"Congratulations, you're stupid in three languages." The Starbucks clip is from Paul Rudd's latest film, Role Models: