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Comedy Central’s Daily Show Tackles the US World Cup Team

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Comedy Central’s The Daily Show featuring Jon Stewart had a segment on last night that focused on the World Cup and specifically the game between the United States and England.

Not surprisingly, there are quite a few humorous moments.

Watch and enjoy.


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0 Responses to Comedy Central’s Daily Show Tackles the US World Cup Team

  1. bradjmoore48 says:

    Good stuff. I think John Oliver is the best correspondent the Daily Show has right now. I hear he’s going to South Africa as well, so there should be some more World Cup humor in the coming weeks.

    My brothers were at the game, I’ll have to ask if they noticed John O there.

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