jon stewart omaze charity daily show OmazeJon Stewart gives instructions to donors who want to appear on "The Daily Show." As Jon Stewart's 16 years on "The Daily Show" was coming to an end on Thursday, the host still
"The Daily Show's" Jon Stewart has consistently mocked Arby's over the past couple of years. "Arby's — technically it's food," Stewart has joked. "The meal that's a dare for your colon. It's like if your stomach could get punched
Jon, in this case, is Jon Stewart. The Daily Show host played soccer at the college in Williamsburg, Virginia, from 1980 to 1983, going from a junior varsity walk-on in 1980 to a starter on an NCAA tournament team by his senior year. As Stewart ends
Jon Stewart arrives for breakfast in early August at a coffee shop near The Daily Show's 11th Avenue studios wearing his customary uniform: loose-fitting khakis, a lived-in T-shirt (gray but might have been black 10,000 washes ago) and a
Jon Stewart brought back a battalion of former correspondents for the final episode of The Daily Show – Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms and Olivia Munn among them – but one stood out as a a surprise: Wyatt Cenac.