Branding of political campaign coverage on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report mocking that used by "news" media. Another vehicle showcasing the ability of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to confirm the mediocrity of politicians in a humorous manner that has us laughing so hard that we abandon the idea of storming Washington and state capitals nationwide with torches and pitchforks.
Comedy Central staff announcer: Comedy Central's Indecision is brought to you by Zyrtec.
Show comes back from commercial to Jon Stewart at his desk, a raucous crowd, and the Indecision 2012 logo. Viewers nationwide are pumping their fists in the air.
JS: "Tonight, as part of our continuing Indecision 2012 coverage, Jon Doe said something unbelievably and unforgivably stupid."
TV viewers and studio audience to themselves: "WTF? Again?"
JS: "Have a listen."
Politician at press conference: "I genuinely believe David Letterman is the funniest man on television."
JS starts swelling and wheezing. "Somebody help me! I'm extremely allergic to bulls***!"
TDS Correspondent John Oliver runs onto the set. "I've got the medication Jon! Go long!"
JS gets up from his chair and starts running away from JO, who winds up and throws pill to a diving JS, who catches it, pops it into his mouth.
JO answers phone. "Who is this? Rex Ryan?"
JS: "F***! The Jets have found a decent quarterback!"
JO: "Sorry sir, but I must respectfully decline. The 4 o'clock games conflict with tea."
JS Tebows. Cue the Alleluia Chorus. TV viewers and studio audience laugh hysterically.