I just can't wait to see what will probably be the funniest show on TV. Now Fox News Channel, a primary source of material for Jon Stewart and St
November 20, 2006

I just can't wait to see what will probably be the funniest show on TV.

Now Fox News Channel, a primary source of material for Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, is teaming with the exec producer of "24" to try its hand at a news satire show for conservatives to love. Joel Surnow, co-creator of "24," is shooting two half-hour pilots of a skein he described as " 'The Daily Show' for conservatives," due to air in primetime on Saturdays in January

Just think about all the situations where Brown people can be made fun of. And as for "24," I'd say Laura Ingraham in the clip below really nails it with this bit of comedy.

What did you think of her audition piece? Oh wait--she's being serious. My bad. I'm sure Alberto Gonzales was checking the Nielsen ratings on "24" before he rendered his decision on torture.

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