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Lance Armstrong Needs To Be More Like A Donkeyf—er And Less Like A Buttchugger, According To The Daily Show
Jon Stewart handed the reins of The Daily Show over to Lewis Black for a few brief moments so he could assess Lance Armstrong as only Lewis Black can. Armonstrong, as you may have heard, parted ways with Nike (really, the other way around), due to the overwhelming evidence indicating that he’s a doper.
Two days, two sports crossovers for The Daily Show. Wednesday night’s edition dealt with replacement ref fallout, and last night Jon Stewart welcomed Amar’e Stoudemire to the program… and put him on the spot about the Heat.
The Jerry Sandusky-Penn State child rape scandal is so ugly, so revolting, that it constantly just makes you want to get away from it forever. But you can’t – so you watch Jon Stewart tell jokes about it for cathartic purposes instead.
On the heels of the nutty interview Hank Williams Jr. did a couple days ago on Fox News’ Fox and Friends, there was some backlash – ESPN pulled his theme from Monday night’s telecast, for example. But in some corners, there was a different, perhaps more surprising, reaction: sympathy for Williams.
Last night, Jon Stewart joined the chorus of those praising the U.S. women’s soccer team for their World Cup performance. In particular, the former William & Mary soccer player singled out Abby Wambach’s extra-time goal against Brazil as one of the best he’s ever seen. He liked it so much, in fact, that he needed to see it re-created for himself…but the U.S. women themselves weren’t in much of a mood too appease him.
Tim Tebow visited The Daily Show last night to promote his new book, Through My Eyes, and discussed his upbringing, as well as the potential of paying college players.
Knicks fans are justifiably excited to see their team back in the playoffs, even if expectations for the playoff run aren’t especially high. Among those excited: Tracy Morgan.