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Matt's Guide to Tuesday TV: Daytime Games, Spy Games and More

Piper Perabo and Richard Coyle

What summer vacation? It's not like TV took much of a break during what used to be the off-season. But with Labor Day behind us, and a handful of major fall premieres just a week away, here's a quick look at today's playlist.

In daytime (check local schedules), Kelly Ripa officially unveils her new permanent co-host on Live! With Kelly. Who could it possibly be? (Kidding; the news leaked a while back. But just in case you managed to stay out of the loop, why spoil it now?) read more

Robert Pattinson on Daily Show: I'm Going to Hire a Publicist

Robert Pattinson

In keeping with his highly private life, Robert Pattinson kept mum about all things Kristen Stewart during his first interview since the news broke that she had cheated on him.

To promote his upcoming film Cosmopolis, Pattinson appeared on The Daily Show Monday night, where Jon Stewart offered the Twilight star some comfort food: read more

Top Moments: Panda Sex with Jon Stewart and Ricky Gervais and Revenge's Killer Reveal

The Daily Show, Ricky Gervais and Jon Stewart

Our top moments of the week:

14. Most Shocking Reveal, Runner-Up:
As if it wasn't gross enough that Jess came thisclose to using her super-sized box of condoms to have a one-night stand with Schmidt on New Girl,  the camera cuts to the other side of Schmidt's door to show that he's already getting busy... with Cece! The next morning, an embarrassed Jess calls Cece to confess her close call with Schmidt, just as Schmidt rolls over and snuggles Cece's neck. Please, ladies, no catfights. It will just make it all that much more pathetic.

13. Most Cliched: Ivy gets a callback for... read more

Daily Show's John Hodgman to Appear on Community

John Hodgman

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart correspondent and erstwhile "I'm a PC" guy John Hodgman will guest-star on Community later this season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Who's dying on Community?

Details of the ...
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Matt's TV Week in Review

Carl Lumbly

This was a good week for welcoming back familiar and much-missed talent to some very good shows. Let's start with one of cable's underdogs, TNT's gritty and gripping police drama Southland, which introduced Carl Lumbly (who'll always be Dixon from Alias to me) as the squad's militaristic new captain, Brucker. "Our job just got harder," grumbles one of the grunts. Bad for him, good for Southland. Pledging to command a pro-active patrol, with Mickey D applications at the ready for those who screw up, Brucker's mantra is: "We protect! We serve! And we kick a— till we smell s---!" Yeah, he's that kind of boss.

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Top Moments: Glee's Synchronized Proposals and Ryan Seacrest's Evil Twin

Glee

Our top moments of the week:

15. Best Clean Slate
: New year, new look for Walden (Ashton Kutcher). Though he's initially upset that Zoey wants him to shave and look presentable for a corporate shindig on Two and a Half Men, Walden finally gives in and does away with his hirsute hobo look. Later, however, Zoey comes over to apologize for forcing him to change and is stunned to see her clean-shaven and much younger-looking beau. You know Ashton couldn't have hidden the pretty for much longer.

14. Most Substantial Goodbye
: After Agent McQuaid and her friend Laura are... read more

VIDEO: In Light of SOPA, Jon Stewart Explores Life Without Wikipedia

Jon Stewart

Where would the world be without Wikipedia? Jon Stewart explores the situation that became a reality Wednesday, in light of SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) protests. read more

CBS Develops Two Comedy Projects for Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence

CBS is developing a pair of sitcoms for comedian Martin Lawrence, with an eye toward shooting one of them as a pilot.

Bernie Mac creator and The Daily Show contributor Larry Wilmore is behind one of the shows, while the other is from Rules of Engagement creator Tom Hertz and Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production company.

In the Wilmore script, Lawrence would play a... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Jon Stewart in 2012

Jon Stewart

Cheers to the real winner of the Iowa caucus: Jon Stewart.

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The Daily Show funnyman had a field ...
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Study Says Democrats Prefer Comedies; Republicans Love Reality TV

Jon Stewart

When it comes to politics and TV, you probably wouldn't be surprised to hear that liberal Democrats favor The Daily Show or Colbert Report. read more

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Premiered: March 11, 1999, on Comedy Central
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Premise: Jon Stewart's hip, irreverent skewering of the news and pop culture elevated this already successful series to new comedic heights (and doubled its audience) after he took over for Craig Kilborn in 1999. `If you watch the news and don't like it, then this is your counter program to the news,' Stewart said. Comedy Central's signature show snagged an Emmy in 2003 as the Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series.

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