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Hail Satire! is talking about comedy! Hosted by Vic Shuttee, Hail Satire! has gotten interviews with some of the best in the business: stand-ups, screenwriters, directors, actors, improvisers, content creators and more! And then there's the specials: comedy brackets, best of lists, debates and discussion, live improv, original sketches and series recaps. Plus critical analysis of comic institutions like The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Saturday Night Live and the films of Christopher Guest.

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Aug 17, 2017

AUGUST 9, 2017 - It's THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY PODCAST, a rewatch hosted by Vic Shuttee (@VicShuttee) and Chandler Dean (@chandlerjdean)! It’s a week marred by highs and lows – The Daily Show makes some really smart decisions like sending Nancy Walls and Stacey Grenrock-Woods into the field together for some girl-with-girl political coverage, including some facetime with Veep Al Gore. Also, Michael Blieden turns in his final Ad Nausium and while we’re sad to see him leave personally, it’s no doubt a good sign for the show. But there’s also a bit of content sharing going on – Stacey enters Beth Littleford territory with a wacky Rip Taylor interview, and Lewis Black does his best This Week In Hate impression as Tom Shilue plays hooky. But perhaps in the BIGGEST REVELATION OF THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY YET, the boys question their sanity after some shocking external news about God Stuff’s John Bloom and he-who-must-not-be-excess. It’s a world-shaker, so strap in. Also, a man drinks water via his penis. Nothing to see here. Selma Blair, Peter Krause, and Jenny McCarthy guest, while David Arquette puts the green in greenroom… HE’S HIGH, PEOPLE. The Daily Show Weekly: A Vic and Chandler Rewatch is an unofficial fan podcast designed to serve as a critical companion to the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, which belongs to Comedy Central and can be watched in clips at Our thoughts and criticism are intended to offer historical reflection and enhance the viewing experience for new and old fans journeying through Jon Stewart’s seminal talk show run. Our awesome album artwork is designed by Felipe Flores Comics, and our theme music is by Michael Turnage!