Jon Stewart whipped out the dark-framed glasses and the chalkboard and gave viewers his version of Glenn Beck's Fox departure. For the hilarious spoof, Jon even included weird camera angles as he dedicated the the first 20 minutes of The Daily Show making fun of the conservative TV personality, who announced he would be taking his Fox show off-air this week.
Jon's parody stayed true to Glenn's rhetoric and logic!
"People will tell you Glenn was fired because of plummeting ratings: 30 percent of his viewers have abandoned him, his audience's medium age is now dead of natural causes," Jon as Glenn commenting on Glenn explained."Do we really want to live in an America where what we watch is determined by a shadowy mix-and-match collective of so-called 'Nielsen families?' You know who else had a family that anybody could join? ... Charles Manson."
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"I don't know about you, ladies and gentleman," he added. "But I don't think I want to live in an America where Charles Manson tells our children what they can watch on television."
Catch clip, via TV Squad, below!