• Handbagsatdawn

    Are you aware that this content is censored in the UK? Every time a political story like this comes along eg bush drunk at olympics, generally current politicaly sensetive stories we cant watch the videos.

    • gemmarama

      totally, i can’t see it either, bummer.

      i’m not sure if it’s censorship mind, i think it may be due to the fact that the episode will not be screened in the uk until a later date? i dunno, i’ve not had telly in like five years, so…

      • No-body

        Does anyone get that this doesn’t matter at all. Is Comedy Central the avant garde? No. Stewart and Colbert may seem important compared to other mainstream US “news”, but what relevance does that have when they’re all playing to the same corporations?

    • stupocalypse

      Nah, it’s an issue with copyright and Comedy Central. We only get them as cable over here and they sell the rights to the Daily Show to Channel 4, therefore only they can display the content on the internet.

  • Handbagsatdawn

    Are you aware that this content is censored in the UK? Every time a political story like this comes along eg bush drunk at olympics, generally current politicaly sensetive stories we cant watch the videos.

  • pd

    its not censored, the daily show website only works in the u.s. the interview is on tonight

  • pd

    its not censored, the daily show website only works in the u.s. the interview is on tonight

  • Marssuit

    This was awesome, I’m going to keep hoping his announcement is to run for president.

  • Marssuit

    This was awesome, I’m going to keep hoping his announcement is to run for president.

  • dana

    I watched the so called interview. As usual, whenever Stewart has someone interesting on the show Stewart dominates the conversation. Stewart, this guy was the Prime Minister of England, don’t you think he would have had something to say? We already know your feelings.

  • dana

    I watched the so called interview. As usual, whenever Stewart has someone interesting on the show Stewart dominates the conversation. Stewart, this guy was the Prime Minister of England, don’t you think he would have had something to say? We already know your feelings.

    • gemmarama

      britain, not england.

    • GoodDoktorBad

      Its actually meant to be comedy……ya know “Comedy Central”?

      Tony Blair is no comedian and John Stewart didn’t make a big enough fool of him for it to be very funny.

      So I guess it is “news” after all……..

      • Haystack

        That’s exactly the problem with both Stewart and Colbert as interviewers–they’re trying to do both things at once. They have important people on to talk about big issues, but then they feel the need to continually jump in with wise-cracks.

        It’s hard to watch.

  • gemmarama

    britain, not england.

  • gemmarama

    totally, i can’t see it either, bummer.

    i’m not sure if it’s censorship mind, i think it may be due to the fact that the episode will not be screened in the uk until a later date? i dunno, i’ve not had telly in like five years, so…

  • Gameboy6619

    I agree with dana. I have a lot of respect for Jon for being the unofficial “watchdog” of the media, but as an interviewer, he sucks. He’ll ask a long-winded, rambling question, and before the interviewee barely has a few words out of his/her mouth, Jon jumps in again with his own opinions. C’mon Jon, shape up, you should be smarter than that.

  • Gameboy6619

    I agree with dana. I have a lot of respect for Jon for being the unofficial “watchdog” of the media, but as an interviewer, he sucks. He’ll ask a long-winded, rambling question, and before the interviewee barely has a few words out of his/her mouth, Jon jumps in again with his own opinions. C’mon Jon, shape up, you should be smarter than that.

  • Anonymous

    i don’t know, i’m in berlin, yet a US chrome user.. i can see the video fine..

  • http://www.jayurbzz.com jayurbzz

    i don’t know, i’m in berlin, yet a US chrome user.. i can see the video fine..

  • Anonymous

    Its actually meant to be comedy……ya know “Comedy Central”?

    Tony Blair is no comedian and John Stewart didn’t make a big enough fool of him for it to be very funny.

    So I guess it is “news” after all……..

  • Haystack

    That’s exactly the problem with both Stewart and Colbert as interviewers–they’re trying to do both things at once. They have important people on to talk about big issues, but then they feel the need to continually jump in with wise-cracks.

    It’s hard to watch.

  • Anonymous

    Nah, it’s an issue with copyright and Comedy Central. We only get them as cable over here and they sell the rights to the Daily Show to Channel 4, therefore only they can display the content on the internet.

  • No-body

    Does anyone get that this doesn’t matter at all. Is Comedy Central the avant garde? No. Stewart and Colbert may seem important compared to other mainstream US “news”, but what relevance does that have when they’re all playing to the same corporations?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WNJO236SF5VLSOB6ZUCBLDBF6M MaxImpactGuns

    well as an american i personally think tony blair is a great guy. he’s a true patriot for his nation and should be regarded and respected as a great human being.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/aug/16/tony-blair-british-legion-donation

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WNJO236SF5VLSOB6ZUCBLDBF6M MaxImpactGuns

    well as an american i personally think tony blair is a great guy. he’s a true patriot for his nation and should be regarded and respected as a great human being.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/aug/16/tony-blair-british-legion-donation

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