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Bill O'Reilly And Jon Stewart Have EPIC Fued Over 'White Privilege' On 'The Daily Show' – Watch

October 17th, 2014 10:00am EDT
Bill O'Reilly And Jon Stewart Have EPIC Fued Over 'White Privile
Bill O'Reilly may have come to Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" to promote his book "Killing Patton" but their polite conversation took a turn for the worse and escalated into a verbal shouting match.

Stewart revealed he hadn't read the book the political commentator was there to promote.

Instead, Stewart asked the conservative if there was such a thing as "white privilege" as O'Reilly had already expressed the idea as untrue.

Said O'Reilly to the question posed by Stewart, "Okay, look, if there's white privilege, then there has to be Asian privilege because Asians make more money than whites....
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'The Daily Show' Uses Kristen Schaal To Explain GOP's 'Winning The Lady Vote' Campaign

October 10th, 2014 1:02pm EDT
'The Daily Show' Uses Kristen Schaal To Explain GOP's 'Winning T
According to "The Daily Show's" Jon Stewart, in the 2014 midterm elections, women will have the swing vote. Republicans will be working harder than ever to grab the female vote from Democrats. To prove his point, Stewart asked Senior Women's Issues Correspondent Kristen Schaal to voice her opinion.

Said Schaal, "Women don't see candidates as potential leaders, we see them as possible soul mates and Republicans are finally running ads to reflect that."

Stewart stated that women will be the deciding vote of which party is in control of the Senate.

"Usually women are a sure thing for Democ...
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6 Great Canceled TV Shows That Came Back From the Grave

September 7th, 2014 1:06pm EDT
6 Great Canceled TV Shows That Came Back From the Grave
Ted Sarandos, chief content officer over at Netflix was quoted last month as saying that another season of Arrested Development on the streaming service was a question of "when" at this point. That's not surprising considering Arrested Development was essentially the first major show to film exclusively for the network after the company opted to bring it back from the dead after its three year network TV run came to an end.

While the Netflix angle is what made AD's rise from the grave so notable, it's not the first show to get re-greenlit after getting canceled. Here are six other great TV...
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Blu-Ray Spotlight: 'Doctor Who,' 'Futurama,' 'Simpsons,' 'Star Trek,' 'Wolverine'

December 8th, 2013 4:06pm EST
Futurama
If you're a fan of the sci-fi genre, you've had a great few weeks in the home video department. Doctor Who, Futurama, The Simpsons, Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Wolverine have all hit Blu-Ray since November. Here are our capsule reviews of all the new releases, so you can decide which ones deserve a place on your shelf. All hail the Hypnotoad!

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor

Just a few weeks after its global simulcast and special theatrical release, BBC Home Entertainment has made the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special available in a Blu-Ray 3D/Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack. The pri...
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Power Outage Causes First 'South Park' Delay In 17 Seasons

October 17th, 2013 12:03pm EDT
Matt Stone and Trey Parker South Park power outage
Trey Parker and Matt Stone are accustomed to finishing South Park at the last minute, but they have never missed a deadline until a power outage struck their studios Tuesday and forced them to delay an episode for the first time in 13 years.

As it has been documented several times, including the special "South Park: 6 Days to Air," series creators Parker and Stone generally come up with the idea for a show, animate and voice it, then send it to Comedy Central all within six days.

A power outage Tuesday put an end to their race against the deadline, keeping their computers down for several...
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Jon Stewart Returns To 'The Daily Show' After 12-Week Hiatus

September 4th, 2013 8:53am EDT
Jon Stewart
After taking the summer off, Jon Stewart returned to his "Daily Show" duties on Tuesday night. The comedian took a 12-week sabbatical in Jordan to work on the documentary "Rosewater" about Middle Eastern politics. His seat was filled by British comic John Oliver in his absence.

Stewart jokingly told the audience that he missed them: "You don't know what it's like out there in the real world. Nobody applauds every stupid little thing you do."

The late-night host showed up with a large beard and tan, and staff tried to Americanize him with a McDonald's Big Mac defribilator. Stephen Colbert ...
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2013 Fall TV Preview: The Returning Shows On Cable & Premium

September 3rd, 2013 8:30pm EDT
The Walking Dead
The fall television season for cable begins tonight, actually. Luther's four night run premieres at 10PM on BBC America. There are plenty of options for primetime entertainment until Christmas, including reality television, which I do not preview.

ADULT SWIM

CHINA, IL returns Sunday, September 22 at 11:30PM

THE HEART, SHE HOLLER returns Wednesday, September 11 at 12:15AM

AMC

THE WALKING DEAD returns Sunday, October 13 at 9PM (and TALKING DEAD returns the same night at 11PM, which is then followed by Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men at 11:30pm)

The Walking Dead's third season received trem...
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James Franco Undergoes Roasting From His Hollywood Friends

August 26th, 2013 3:30pm EDT
James Franco
On Sunday night, Seth Rogen, Bill Hader and Jonah Hill led the vulgar tributes to their friend James Franco as the actor was 'roasted' in California.

The 35 year-old actor was the butt of all jokes at the Comedy Central Roast as his cronies mocked his film flops, his sexuality and his much-maligned co-hosting performance with Anne Hathaway at the 2011 Oscars.

Rogen, who served as master of ceremonies, held nothing back as he picked on his Pineapple Express co-star, quipping, "He once told me he worked for 36 hours straight, which I didn't believe. The straight part, of course."

Accord...
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FX Spy Drama 'The Americans' Leads TCA Awards Nominations

June 10th, 2013 7:53pm EDT
The Americans
FX drama The Americans has landed four 2013 Television Critics Association (TCA) awards, leading the nominations despite some sure competition from the likes of Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead and House of Cards in the Program of the Year category.

"The Americans," which stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as a pair of covert Soviet spies, is also up for the Outstanding Achievement in Drama, Best New Program and Best Individual Achievement In Drama (Rhys) awards; While AMC's "Breaking Bad" picked up nods for Program, Achievement in Drama and the Acting for star Bryan Cranst...
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Comedy Central To End 'Futurama' After Upcoming Season

April 22nd, 2013 6:07pm EDT
Futurama
Comedy Central has revealed that the upcoming season of the Emmy-winning animated comedy Futurama will be its last.

Thirteen episodes will make up the season, which begins on June 19 with back-to-back episodes. Creator and producer Matt Groening of Simpsons fame said in a statement, "I'm very proud of the upcoming season. If this is indeed the end of ‘Futurama,’ it's a fantastic finish to a good, long run."

"If" is a key term, considering the resurrections of Futurama. Originally canceled by FOX in 2003, the series was brought back in direct-to-video movie form, and then once again in epi...
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