Heading into Oliver’s debut last night as fill-in host on The Daily Show, I was a tad anxious that John O. might turn out to be so bloody good that viewers would forget about Jon S., which would be a travesty of the highest order.
Fortunately, Oliver’s performance, while at times sharp and funny, portends no such catastrophe. That means I can relax and enjoy the Comedy Central show for the next three months as Stewart heads to the Middle East to direct his first film.
Judging by last week’s performance by the Fox boys, nothing shrinks testicles faster than the image of a female bringing home the family bacon.
The way Lou Dobbs and his guests Juan Williams and Erick Erickson were behaving on Lou Dobbs Tonight, you would have thought Lorena Bobbitt was lurking beneath their seats with a sharp pair of scissors.
Cause of the commotion: A new Pew Research Center analysis that said women are now the primary family breadwinners in a record 40 percent of all U.S. homes with children under 18. That’s up from 11 percent in 1960.
My 20th wedding anniversary is June 5th. According to Emily Post, china is the suggested gift. Since my wife and I rarely entertain, we wouldn’t know what to do with china. Mostly, we eat Trader Joe’s frozen dinners, which makes us more like astronauts than hostesses.
In case you missed it, this is the first-ever International Clitoral Awareness Week. Long overdue, if you ask me. The clitoris has been shafted by the penis since Adam warned Eve: “Better step back—I don’t know how big this thing gets.”