The segment debuted on July 17, 2006, around the time of the show's actual anniversary. This was one of the three divisions of the show under Stewart's first few years; the others being "Headlines" and "This Just In".
Bee returned again for the segment's "Christmas Christacular" on December 18, 2006. Once a feature of virtually every episode, the frequency of The Toss was cut back to the point where the Toss happened only once every couple of weeks. One recurring joke, often used to make fun of the audience and the viewers, is to make a pun at World of Warcraft, using its text or making the segment's name World of ___craft.  On September 19, 2006, a montage of the best of "Even Stevphen" was shown as part of The Daily Show's "10 F#@king Years".. In each segment, Gorman pretends not to notice the double-meaning of his segment's title (a reference to fellatio) and makes several accidental jokes involving the title, until the October 5, 2006 segment when Gorman "found out" the meaning of the segment's title and "decided" to go along with it. Roy Wood, Jr. and Michael Kosta (though, in one segment, Ronny Chieng filled in for Kosta, and in another, Jaboukie Young-White filled in for Wood) co-host this segment dedicated to what is going on in the world of sports. I still remember former SportsCenter anchor Craig Kilborn sitting in The Daily Show host chair, who I sometimes confused with Jay Mohr.
was a segment that debuted on the show on May 16, 2006 featuring Samantha Bee. A similar joke was used to describe then-Presidential-candidate Barack Obama, where the duck said "half-black.".
Correspondent Ed Helms has also filled in for the host of the segment on occasion.. Context. In the clip, he's being interviewed alongside his first second wife (Marla Maples). The Jobbing of America was a segment about jobs, hosted by Stephen Colbert. (Incidentally, the woman he said this to turned out to be a friend of his sister.). The segment was revived on the July 7, 2010 episode of The Colbert Report, when Carell was the guest. Samantha Bee was the voice over announcer for the segment's introduction.
I also remember Jon Stewart being a guest… This segment first appeared on April 27, 2006 and last appeared on October 5, 2006.
Trevor Noah has continued this tradition. This is The Daily Show.
Whether it's funny, relaxing, or creepy, your moment of Zen is what you want it to be (or what The Daily Show tells you it is). All three were dropped in 2003. Backfire was a segment that was an in-studio debate between correspondents A. Whitney Brown and Brian Unger. Kilborn quit CBS because he was too good for that shit. This single-elimination tournament takes place mostly in the month after February and is in no way connected to college athletics". The "Money Bunny" was usually treated poorly by the two male hosts who would make jokes at her expense. It ridiculed the format of financial news shows and included a stock ticker and a bug in the left corner saying "MSTDSFN", mimicking the names and logos of MSNBC and CNN FN. (Kilborn hosted the Late Late Show for 5 years before Craig Ferguson took over for the next 10).
On his emotional farewell to The Daily Show, he didn’t even try to hide his relief that he can now go entire weeks at a time without watching Fox News. He was originally a host on some sort of sports show. This quote introduces the Moment of Zen segment at the end of every episode of The Daily Show (1996 – present). Like "Indecision ####", the title is merely used to specify the topic of the jokes, which focus on the troubles in the Mesopotamia region.
When the name of the segment is introduced, it is followed by Jon turning towards back stage and telling off the crew. This was taken from a ripped VHS tape.
Mess O' Potamia has been a common part of the show since the early days of the 2003 invasion of Iraq. An advocacy group concerned about alleged sexual abuse by Catholic priests was termed "Anti-NAMBLA". On January 11, 1999, Jon Stewart replaced Kilborn as host of The Daily Show. The third segment, airing on May 26, examines a 1994 interview where Donald Trump discusses how he didn't like that his former wife (Maples) worked. Pimp. In the segment, Stewart would focus on the less important stories of the day, which would provide a comedic contrast to the segment "Headlines". Bill Clinton was the focal point for most of the material. Trendspotting was a segment hosted by comedian and "Youth Correspondent" Demetri Martin. (for Sam Brownback) and "Mor-mon!". When the set was changed for the second time on April 9, 2007, the stagehands, according to Jon Stewart, made "one glitch ... a classic mistake that people make when they first break in a new set" and "installed the giant head of Brian Williams".
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