This week is momentous. After a 16-year run, Jon Stewart will be retiring as host of ‘The Daily Show.’ Lest you despair, we’ve rounded up some of his best Jewish moments.
Stephen Colbert filed his final “Colbert Report” on Thursday, bidding farewell to his popular cable television show with the help of scores of celebrities who crowded onto the stage for a rousing sendoff to the tune of “We’ll Meet Again.”
Watch the Leader of the Free World make fun of himself, his critics, Fox News and lots more in a hilarious “Colbert Report” appearance.
Stephen Colbert spoofed the idea of objectivity in Mideast reporting. Mocking Wolf Blitzer, Colbert pretended CNN had even switched the name of his popular show.
David Letterman is insane for hosting a five-night-a-week television program week after week, year after year. That other people also want to do it doesn’t make it any less crazy.
With Thanksgivukkah madness on the rise, we’d be remiss if we didn’t include Stephen Colbert’s angry rant in the mix.
Stephen Colbert’s advice to those who will go hungry after the overhaul of the food stamp program? ‘Eat Mexicans.’ The Republicans’ solution is only slightly less macabre.
Tevye the Milkman is not the only one to believe in tradition. Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central’s Colbert Report does, too. As has become his High Holiday custom, Colbert is happily prepared to accept apologies from Jews who have wronged him. To make that easier, he has set up a toll-free Atone Phone. Here’s how he explained it earlier this week:
FORWARD EDITORIAL: If some Americans spend obscene amounts of money to influence the outcome on Election Day, the rest of us deserve to know who they are.
Stephen Colbert was left blushing after a visit from Regina Spektor, the Russian-born beauty who was promoting her new album, “What We Saw From The Cheap Seats.” The two spoke about immigration, Soviet spies and Spektor’s upcoming visit to Russia for the first time in 23 years.