Television worlds collided Thursday when Jon Stewart appeared as a guest on Daily Show alumni Stephen Colbert’s show, The Colbert Report, to promote his new film Rosewater.
“How does it feel to know that your entire career could have been shouted into a sock and thrown over an overpass?” Colbert says, needling his old boss.
Colbert calls Stewart his “friend and nemesis.”
“Rather than killing everyone else what if we were to…coexist with them in some kind of fashion,” Stewart asks the reactionary conservative Colbert.
“You mean like the bumper sticker?” asks Colbert.
Colbert praised Rosewater, a film about a journalist jailed in Iran after doing an interview with a Daily Show corespondent.
“It’s a beautiful film and that offends me. Why is it that you can do your show,” Colbert says, “and you do it well, and now you’re doing something else well.”
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