“The Colbert Report” – June 30, 2011 — Colbert
gets the government OK to create his own Superpac. Guest: Timothy Garton Ash,
author of “Facts Are Subversive”
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” – Feb 16,
2012 – Guest: Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education.
Show includes painfully unfunny (and looooong) skit by
Larry Wilmore blasting NBA star Jeremy Lin, an Asian American who, Wilmore
says, gets too much media attention during Black History Month.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” – “After the Academy
Awards” – Guest, Oprah Winfrey. Cameo appearances by Tom Hanks, Billy
Crystal, George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Matt Damon, etc. Musical guest: Coldplay
“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” – April 12, 2012
– Guests: Tina Fey, John Slattery, Chef David Chang
“Real Time with Bill Maher” – Guests: James
Carville, John Heilemann, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Russ Feingold, Bob Lutz
“Saturday Night Live” — May 19, 2012 – Host
and music guest: Mick Jagger
Hmmm yeah you’re right, I can think of much stronger episodes to submit, will try to think of some examples (it’s on every night!) 😉
maybe like you they think it’s someone else’s turn, could they be throwing the race?
If they do lose, though many would argue they’re two sides of the same coin, I’d love to see Stephen & his team get up there, all that Super PAC content is strong, could be interesting.
I think Saturday Night Live might win. The episode they submitted was hilarious, especially with Kristen Wiig.
Kimmel is winning now.