Laughs were easy in the late summer of Making fun of politicians was gentle sport. The Daily Show with Jon Stewartwhich wraps up its year run tomorrow night, is being eulogized as a constant, steady presence in the culture.
Steve Carell and Ed Helms are successful alums, and Stephen Colbert got his own spinoff program called The Colbert Report a parody of confrontational talk programs such as The O'Reilly Factorwhich became a runaway success leading him to be picked to take over for David Letterman. It can be watched online for free if you're lucky. In Canada, it is available at the Comedy Network's site.
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Photo illustration by Holly Allen. Photos by Frederick M. Sanders officially declared his candidacy this past May and has been squarely in the public eye for months now, his positions, politics, unkempt hair, and Brooklyn accent dissected all over cable news and razzed by every late-night show in the land including The Daily Show. See, the world craves balance.
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Long-running satirical news program on Comedy Central. Instead of a straight-up News Parodya la Weekend Updatethe program merely relates the actual news in a humorous tone, with special attention paid to the hypocrisy and gaffes of politicians and public figures, as well as the reactions of major news shows particularly 24hr news channels which range from the theatrical to the absurd. Because it relates actual news, it can pass for an actual news program -- though you don't want to take the special correspondents seriously.
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