Tim Carvell has worked for Jon Stewart since 2004.
John Oliver discusses his witnessing of the final shuttle launch.
"It was the single greatest thing I have ever witnessed in my life. I nearly cried. I was not expecting to feel that way. A lot of people there said they found it a religious experience. And I found it the opposite of that. Because it. is. ungodly. There is nothing more unnatural than a Space Shuttle Launch. It is mankind fighting nature and winning.”
Daily Show segment: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-july-14-2011/final-countdown [One of my absolute favorites. They did a really good job.]
Jon Stewart weighs in on John Oliver, our Jon Stewart of the Year in GQ’s Men of the Year 2013 issue
French drama “Les Revenants” and British comedy “Moone Boy” were among the top winners Monday at the 41st annual International Emmy Awards. Host John Oliver warmed up the multi-lingual crowd at the…
Regis Philbin and John Oliver reenact their Daily Show meeting on Crowd Goes Wild.
Would you just look at this GQ MF.