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Friday, August 7, 2015

Remember All Those Times Jon Stewart Made Fun Of Texas?

Posted By on Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 10:01 AM

click image Jon Stewart said goodbye by explaining bullshit one last time, leaving us with, "If you smell something, say something." - COMEDY CENTRAL SCREENGRAB
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  • Jon Stewart said goodbye by explaining bullshit one last time, leaving us with, "If you smell something, say something."

Jon Stewart finally had a moment of zen last night.

And it was the last moment of zen Stewart will usher in, as he signed off last night after 16 years of biting satirical humor and news parody that changed the landscape of mainstream media and news commentary that was brought to us in "The Daily Show."



In honor of all the laughs we've had along the way, here are five times Stewart and "Daily Show" correspondents made fun of Texas or politicians from the Lone Star State.

1. To Shoot or Not to Shoot & Fear and Absent Danger


2. Assault Swim - Progress in Community Policing


3. Democalypse 2016 -Ted Cruz Is In


4. Jon Stewart on Rick Perry being ridiculous


5. Jon Stewart Sings the Blues to Texas Democrats - 'You poor bastards' 2/2


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