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    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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    Forget the 24 hour biased left wing news media, the best fake news show in the world will provide you with all the news you can handle. The Daily Show is a comedic view of recent news headlines and political figures through a series of satirical monologues by Jon Stewart along with segments by "correspondents" and finally interviews with guest celebrities and political figures. Craig Kilborn (SportsCenter) was the original host until the fourth season when Jon Stewart (The Jon Stewart Show) came in to take over after Kilborn left for CBS. The Daily Show has won multiple Emmy's and other prestigious awards such as the Peabody Award. It airs Mondays-Thursdays at 11pm ET on Comedy Central. It re-airs the following day at 1am ET, 10am ET, 2pm ET, and 8pm ET on Comedy Central.moreless
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    @midnight

    @midnight

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    Chris Hardwick hosts this game show, panel, internet comedy weeknight series on Comedy Central.
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    Tosh.0

    Tosh.0

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    Comedian Daniel Tosh is the host of this rambunctious program that ranges from the absurd to the profane, the humorously silly to the shockingly irreverent. Built around a unique byproduct of the Internet age, the viral video, Tosh and company scour the Internet searching for the most intriguing, disgusting and entertaining of these mini-cinematic gems and present them with a narrative that is witty, provocative, insightful and outrageous. Add to that Tosh's interviews, skits, and other unclassifiable bits and it's almost guaranteed that you'll find something that will offend you or make you laugh out loud-probably at the same time.moreless
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    The Man Show

    The Man Show

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    Comedy Central (ended 2004)
    Grab a beer and drop your pants send the wife and kid to France It's The Man Show Quit your job and light a fart Yank your favorite private part It's The Man Show! It's a place where men can come together Look at the cans on this chick named Heather Juggy girls on trampolines Time to loosen those blue jeans It's The Man Show! The show celebrates all that is manly, from beer to women to porn, and though is at times less than tasteful, never takes itself seriously and does everything tongue and cheek along with a wink and a smile. After 4 season, the co-hosts Adam Corrolla and Jimmy Kimmell moved on, and were replaced by Joe Rogan and Doug Stanhope. This is believed to be what killed the show, as it was cancelled after just one season with the new hosts.moreless
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    Sports Show with Norm MacDonald

    Sports Show with Norm MacDonald

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    Norm MacDonald will report on and provide his opinions for the wide world of sports. The show will be taped in front of a live studio audience and will cover all things sports, all told from MacDonald's unique sense of humor from his "SNL Weekend Update" days!moreless
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    The Showbiz Show with David Spade

    The Showbiz Show with David Spade

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    The Showbiz Show with David Spade , hosted by television and movie funnyman David Spade, cuts past the glitz of Tinseltown and gets to the heart of the industry. David Spade’s irreverent brand of comedy puts a fresh spin on entertainment journalism, featuring interviews with guest stars and comedian correspondents.moreless
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    Nathan For You

    Nathan For You

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    Comedian Nathan Fielder attempts to use his business degree help actual small businesses start making money. From introducing a controversial frozen yogurt flavor or helping a taxi company change how they provide cab ride, Nathan takes it as far as needed to make his ideas come to life. But because of his sometimes-bizarre approach, Nathan's sincere attempts often lead these business owners into experience that goes way farther than what they bargained for.moreless
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    A Colbert Christmas

    A Colbert Christmas

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    A Colbert Christmas stars Stephen Colbert, host of The Colbert Report, as he pays tribute to his favorite holiday with a large cast of guest stars and eight original holiday songs. Stephen Colbert is enjoying the winter season in his cozy cabin up in "bear country." When he tries to leave the cabin one evening to go film his Christmas special with Elvis Costello, he hears a bear prowling outside and can't leave for fear of certain death. Trapped inside on what was supposed to be a magical evening, Colbert plays host to a series of talented guests as he tries to escape in time to film his special. Elvis Costello and Jon Stewart appear as themselves, while Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, John Legend, George Wendt, and Feist play the charming characters who help Stephen through his crisis. A Colbert Christmas features original music written by David Javerbaum, Adam Schlesinger, Nick Lowe, and Stephen Colbert. The soundtrack to A Colbert Christmas won the 2010 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.moreless
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    Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

    Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

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    A rotating roster of comedians argue over who or what is the root of all evil in this courtroom parody. Lewis Black of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart presides as judge, and topics debated include such hot issues as 'Paris Hilton vs. Dick Cheney' and 'chick flicks vs. video games' among others.moreless
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    Insomniac with Dave Attell

    Insomniac with Dave Attell

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    Comedy Central (ended 2004)
    Drunks and losers, Dwarves with limps, Flos and ho's and one-eyed pimps,down the alleyway they creep, they're all your friends when you can't sleep.
    Come with me and you will see, a late-night-freak-show-Jubilee! Kick the Sandman in his sack; Stay up late - Insomniac! Dave Attell suffers from insomnia, making him the true late night god. He roams the streets of our cities in search of a good time, heck, maybe you'll see him!moreless
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    Jon Benjamin Has A Van

    Jon Benjamin Has A Van

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    Jon Benjamin, an investigative reporter, offers up his versions of human interest stories.
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    Primetime Glick

    Primetime Glick

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    Jiminy Glick was born in 1948, in Akron, Ohio, the youngest of eleven children born to Omar and Isabella Glickman. Sickly as a child, Jiminy had to be privately tutored until the age of thirteen, when doctors discovered his "ailment" was merely the result of a swallowed Tonka truck that had lodged in his duodenum. After graduating from Gale Gordon High School, he enrolled at the prestigious DeVry Institute of Technology, but left after the first semester when he won the role of Onlooker #2 in a bus-and-truck theater production of "Forty Karats," starring Miss Lana Turner. By the time he was thirty, Glick had grown confident enough to move out of his parents' house and pursue a career in acting. Hollywood was beckoning and Jiminy answered the call. Sure enough, he landed a job as a bus boy at Chasen's, where he stayed for the next eight years. He worked only occasionally as an actor, most notably as Buddy Ebsen's kleptomaniac nephew in a "Barnaby Jones" two-parter. Despite a series of mixed reviews, Glick found acting jobs few and far between and was ultimately forced to take a position as personal assistant to the legendary Charles "Death Wish" Bronson. He remained in that lofty capacity for five turbulent years. Then, in 1991, while moonlighting as a bartender's assistant at Roddy McDowell's traditional "People's Choice Award" after-party, he befriended former "Laugh-In" producer George Schlatter. As luck would have it, Schlatter was looking for a host for his new syndicated celebrity interview show, "LalaWood." Glick got the nod and, after two short years, "LalaWood" rocketed into the top 100. "Thank God he's a man and he's so fat or I'd be worried about my job. He's that good!" - Barbara Walters Glick now lives in Tarzana, with his wife of twenty-three years, Dixie, and their four sons: Morgan, Mason, Matthew and Modine. When he's not hosting his current show, "Prime-time Glick," you'll most likely find Jiminy coaching his sons' little league team, rebuilding the engine of one of his classic cars or browsing for antiques. Martin Short plays Glick. Glick will try to interview celebrity guests, hoping to remember their names... Jiminy Glick is a spin-off of The Martin Short Show (1999)moreless
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    The Benson Interruption

    The Benson Interruption

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    Doug Benson sits on stage and interrupts his comedian friends' performances. His guests include: Adam Carolla, Nick Swardson, Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Thomas Lennon, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Eugene Mirman.
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    Turn Ben Stein On

    Turn Ben Stein On

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    Ben Stein, hot off of his fame in Win Ben Stein's Money, takes an unsuccessful crack at talk show fame. Due to low rating's, Turn Ben Stein On was quietly cancelled.moreless
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