Radar interviews former Daily Show correspondent Rob Corddry, and obtains an exclusive and shocking tidbit. That show's audience is composed of "college kids and NPR listeners" who "just applaud at every reference to some right-wing guest being taken down. Or anything slightly to the left of center." This surprises us, as our favorite thing about the show has always been the seemingly complete political and lifestyle homogeneity of its in-studio cacklers. But apparently the show's host, a guy named Jon Stewart, doesn't feel the same way we do, according to Corddry: "Jon absolutely hates it when people will just applaud at anything remotely liberal. It's a knee-jerk audience. It's so easy."
The Blunder Years [Radar]