Hannity and Combs: They are funny, yes?
September 28, 2005 8:57 PM Subscribe
The Daily Show: Great Moments in Punditry as Read by Children. I just don't get it.
posted by phrits to society & culture (16 answers total)
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I just finished watching tonight's The Daily Show, and I had my very first small chuckle at the "Great Moments in Punditry" segment. Almost everything else I find funny and/or disturbing or I at least understand what's supposed to be. With "Great Moments"...ehhh, not so much. What're they trying to do, and what's the joke I'm apparently missing? Surely there's more to it than "look how childish Sean Hannity is."
Subquestion: Anyone have a .wav file of Stewart's Bush chuckle I can download for email notifications at work?