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Paul F. Tompkins to Host Revamped Best Week Ever Before They Get Stale: Amy Poehler, Ben Stiller and Jason Segel
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At last night's Emmys, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report and South Park won the awards for Best Comedy Series, Best Writing and Best Animated
Program, respectively. Those shows all sound good. I really should get a TV.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were also presenters at the event, or so the pinko, liberal propagandists at The Associated Press would have us believe:

"I really look forward to the next administration, whoever it is,"
Jon Stewart said as he accepted the best variety, music or comedy
series award for "The Daily Show." "I have nothing to follow that. I
just really look forward to the next administration."

Later,
Stewart and Stephen Colbert, whose "The Colbert Report" won a writing
trophy, teamed to present an award — and exchange banter in which they
used a package of prunes as a metaphor for the upcoming presidential
election.

"America needs prunes. It may not be a young, sexy
plum. Granted, it's shriveled and at times hard to swallow. But this
dried-up old prune has the experience we need," Colbert said.

For a complete list of last night's winners, visit Emmys.org.

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