The Zen and the Damaged

A fan site for fake newspeople

A Colbert-centric remix of the heartwarming Christmas story originally performed by CGI vegetables. Stephen and his cookies are ready for Santa, but other visitors keep knocking at his door.


Twenty-five hurt/comfort prompts, one canon. Music: Peter Donnelly, “Say It’s Alright”

The continued trials and tribulations of a twelve-inch-tall Jon Stewart.

A sequence of drawings about the perils faced by a Jon Stewart who is less than a foot tall.

Photo of the ticket.

Just recently got back from my first-ever Daily Show taping. Spoke to Jon. Very exciting. August 18, 2011: a day that will live in infamy, or at least in blog-entry.

Fake news meets My Little Pony. Does there need to be a reason?

Shortly after a bill is signed into law, Jon gets a very loud phone call.

Two words: Peabody Award. (Two other words: short shorts.) Music: Tata Young, “Sexy, Naughty, Bitchy”

The amount of articles I’ve posted on this site so far is really gross, you guys. (No, seriously, it’s 144.)

Liberal Stephen

On October 2, 2007, TCR flashed briefly into an alternate universe. The Wørd: Troops Out Now. The host: a pipe-smoking long-haired peacenik hippie version of the straightlaced conservative character we know and love.

Featured Posts

Moontower Interview: Hasan Minhaj

By Robert Faires Source Getting hired as a correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart was, without question, a great break for Hasan Minhaj. But it isn’t as if the 29-year-old comedian was sitting around waiting for his cell to ring. This is a guy who in just a few years has made a mark in stand-up, […]

October 2nd, 2013: The Taping ReporT!

By Anna-Neko Source This was my second time going (went with a friend last year), and just the day before got to experience ‘The Daily Show’ too!

You Know You’re A Fake News Junkie When…

If you exhibit more than four of these symptoms, consult your doctor. That, or go into politics. Studies show you’re knowledgeable enough for it.

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