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Sunday, May 12, 2013


The Daily Show on Monday, May 6th with Christiane Amanpour

The Daily Show on Wednesday, May 8th:

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Anonymous said...

I'm sorry I missed the Christianne interview.
So thanks fo the clip.
I did see the show where Nancy Grace was standing in the exact same location as the correspondent she was talking to, trying to make it look as though they were hundreds of miles apart.
Loved seeing the same bus go by in both live shots. What a give away.
Jon Stewart's humor is one of a kind and always smart and original.

Anonymous said...

TVN has an hilarious clip of Jon Stewart covering Nancy Grace's reaction to the Jodi Arias case and its final guilty verdict.
Stewart says that no one gets as much "perverse joy" from covering and depicting murder cases as Ms Grace, relishing each guilty verdict rendered, by HLN's dubed, 'Mistress of Death,' Grace herself.
Very funny and accurately depicted.

Anonymous said...

It's kind of annoying that embarrassing crap like Nancy and the correspondent standing in the same parking lot reflects badly on other CNN reporters who would never play along with something like that.

Anonymous said...

As Jon Stewart so superbly pointed out "Every correspondent was involved in crime on CNN," including Anderson Cooper and Wolf Blitzer in their race to get the story out first...even when there wasn't a story.
And Nancy Grace wasn't in the parking lot talking to herself.
As Jon said to Christianne, "So how is CNN's humanitarian crisis?"
Seems like CNN also wants to be HLN as well.