Seth Rollins surprises Jon Stewart with a custom “The Daily Show” WWE World Heavyweight Championship

‘In his second unscheduled visit to “The Daily Show,” The Architect shocks host Jon Stewart with an honorary WWE World Heavyweight Title.‘


A behind-the-scenes look.

anonymous asked:

Can you link Jon's comedy specials?

Do you mean stand up? As far as I’m aware Jon has only done one stand up special for tv - Jon Stewart Unleavened, for HBO in 1996. You can watch the whole thing here 

 Searching for ‘Jon Stewart stand up’ on youtube will bring quite a bit of other (often bootlegged) stuff up. You can see his entire set from Baltimore in 2013 here for example. And if you add northeastern to that search most of his routine from Northeastern University in 2008 is up in bits.

I’m pretty sure his snl monologue is available free on hulu too.

Hope that helps! Unleavened is great!


What does Jon Stewart have against Arby’s?


A month after Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, Jon Stewart’s prediction has come true 

How prescient Stewart’s statements have become. Like other female celebrities, the media has wasted no time trumpeting Jenner’s every move and outfit. Compare this to how she was treated before her public transition and the double standard becomes abundantly clear.


Jon Stewart Says He Can’t Tell Jokes After Charleston Church Shooting

Jon Stewart makes his living turning the news into jokes. But on the day after a racially motivated massacre left nine dead at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, Stewart said he had no jokes to tell.


If you are feeling withdrawal after the first week of Jon Stewart’s two-week break from “The Daily Show,” then consider how you will feel after his run ends on Aug. 6.

As he explained on July 2 before vacation, he is off for two weeks only to come back for a three-week sprint to the finish.  Ever since he announced in February that he was stepping down, many of us have wondered how our dysfunctional political and media culture will operate without the hard-hitting satire he has offered us for over 16 years.  There is little doubt that Stewart has not just played a role as a powerful public intellectual able to critique the media and politicians when we need it most; he has also redefined satire in an era when most media and politics already seem like a farce.

Stewart is stepping aside because he’s exhausted by our petty, dangerous politics. Now we’re really screwed