'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Comedy Central says Jon Stewart will take a break from "The Daily Show" starting in June to direct and produce his first feature film.
Paul Rudd wants to take you bowling _ and he's bringing along some of his A-list friends.
For "The Daily Show" correspondents, the national conventions are a veritable playground, teeming as much with targets for satire as they are with banner-waving delegates.
At the first U.S. Secret Policeman's Ball, American and British comics took turns on the Radio City Music Hall stage to showcase the foul-mouthed joy of free speech.
Ah, Camelgate. Comedy Central's fake newsman Jon Stewart labored to link American union protests to political upheaval in Egypt by delivering a one-humped Camelus dromedarius to the epicenter of union ire: Madison, Wis. And why not?
"It's amazing how for campaigns that have so little substance, just how spectacularly they are able to present that nothing," says Oliver.
"I did not go into these conventions thinking I was going to meet my wife," says Oliver. "I didn't even go in thinking I was going to have a pleasant time, and I got a wife out of it."