Post by ephemeraldraven on May 13, 2007 18:42:42 GMT -5
Colbert is very good at what he does and is extremely entertaining - The Word is often incredibly witty.
Jon Stewart though, is far more impressive to me. Colbert's show is all about an alter ego, a character. Stewart is, by and large, being himself to a large extent. He cares a lot more about politics than his comical show might reveal. His 'interview' on Crossfire on CNN, which lead directly to the show being cancelled a few weeks later was absolutely stunning. If anyone has any interest in politics, journalism, or Jon Stewart, go find the clip on YouTube. It's easy to find and you'll not regret watching it. The guy is so sharp it's scary.
Prince Zuko: [about Azula] I know what you're going to say. She's my sister, and I should be trying to get along with her.
Uncle Iroh: No, she's crazy, and she needs to go down.
Post by demonofthewest on May 21, 2007 20:43:28 GMT -5
Why did they think it would be a good idea to hire him? Honestly, did they ever watch his show? They should have seen that one coming. Of course, Clinton invited Don Imus to the White House Correspondent's Dinner, and Imus was nice enough to bring up Clinton's recent promiscuity right in front of Hillary and him. Now that's awkward.