The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

This week, Jon welcomes representatives three of the four pillars of American culture: Sports, Politics and Comedy. He could've covered them all by booking Guy Fieri, who represents the final pillar, "Ridiculous, Disgusting Food That Tastes Oh So Good". 

MONDAY: Mookie Wilson (former Mets player & author – “Mookie: Life, Baseball, and the ’86 Mets”)
TUESDAY: William Cohan (author – “The Price of Silence: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal, the Power of the Elite, and the Corruption of Our Great Universities”)
WEDNESDAY: Martin Gilens & Benjamin Page (Political Scientists – discussing their study  “Testing Theories of American Politics:  Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens”)
THURSDAY: David Spade (comedian – Comedy Central special “David Spade: My Fake Problems”)

The Colbert Report

I'm almost more interested to hear the slam poet's views on Russia rather than those of the former ambassador.

MONDAY: Michael McFaul (Former ambassador to Russia)
TUESDAY: Robert Rodriguez (El Rey Network)
WEDNESDAY: Audra McDonald (Broadway show “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”)
THURSDAY: Saul Williams (Slam poet promoting a new musical, “Holler if Ya Hear Me”)


Before watching Adam Cayton-Holland take on McManus and Vaughn on Wednesday, check him out on last week's Just For Laughs: All Access by clicking here and fast-forwarding to the fourth segment. He kind of looks like Chris Hardwick. 

MONDAY: Sara Schaefer, Mark Normand, Matt Braunger
TUESDAY: Randy Sklar, Jason Sklar, Kyle Kinane
WEDNESDAY: Baron Vaughn, Rove McManus, Adam Cayton-Holland
THURSDAY: Jim Gaffigan, Todd Glass, Nikki Glaser