02:41 PM EDT 04/15/2014
Originally posted 08/25/2004 08:30AM
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry got the Jon Stewart treatment in person Tuesday night, appearing on Comedy Central's The Daily Show for a sit-down with the fake news anchor.
Originally posted 07/08/2004 09:00AM
CRITICIZED: A poster showing OutKast's Andre 3000 holding a smoking gun has been branded "irresponsible" by Britain's Advertising Standards Authority, reports Reuters. The watchdog group upheld a complaint that the ad could be seen to glorify gun use but rejected another claim that it promoted racial stereotypes. The advertiser, record label BMG, had said it believed the poster for the hip-hop duo was no more likely to provoke violence than ads for James Bond movies. "We regret the ruling because OutKast are the last group that we believe you could level those charges against," said BMG press director Paul Bursche.
Originally posted 04/27/2004 9:00AM
"I'm still totally happy. Two weeks ago I was riding a horse in the desert as fast as I could. And next week, I'm being tossed out of a helicopter 200 feet in the air and rappelling down. That's so fun!" – 13 Going on 30 star Jennifer Garner, on what she enjoys about her role on TV's Alias
Originally posted 03/31/2004 01:00PM
Looks like "The Daily Show" may get a new fan: Anchorman-comedian Jon Stewart and his wife, Tracey, are expecting a child, New York's Daily News reports.
Originally posted 03/19/2004 10:00AM
SCHEDULED: Continuing his publicity blitz for his new movie "Jersey Girl," Ben Affleck, 31, will sit in for the vacationing Kelly Ripa on Monday's "Live with Regis and Kelly," reports the Associated Press. He and guest Darrell Hammond of "Saturday Night Live" are scheduled to compete in a "Reege-off" to see who does the best impression of Philbin. On Wednesday Affleck will appear on Ellen DeGeneres's show.
Originally posted 04/25/2003 10:00AM
Sitcoms stars may complain about wanting more money -- and then act humble when they get it -- but there will be no such public display by Comedy Central's biggest star, Jon Stewart, reports the Associated Press.
Originally posted 07/15/2002 01:00PM
CNN signs the Comedy Central star to produce a weekly, late-night international version of the "The Daily Show."
Originally posted 01/16/2002 01:00PM
"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart will emcee the Grammys on Feb. 27; Tonya Harding's landlord wants her out of the house she's renting.
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