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Jon Stewart

Fecha de nacimiento: 28. Noviembre 1962

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Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz conocido como Jon Stewart, es un cómico, actor, escritor y productor estadounidense, de origen judío, más conocido por su trabajo en el programa The Daily Show emitido por Comedy Central.

Stewart empezó su carrera como cómico durante los años 80. En 1991, aceptó el puesto de presentador de Short Attention Span Theater , un programa emitido por Comedy Central. Posteriormente, se le ofreció su propio programa en MTV, titulado The Jon Stewart Show después de haber presentado otro programa para MTV, You Wrote It, You Watch It .

En 1999, Stewart reemplazó a Craig Kilborn como presentador de The Daily Show. Stewart se considera principalmente responsable de centrar más el programa en política. A consecuencia de esto, se ha convertido en un enorme éxito, especialmente entre la juventud estadounidense.

Desde 1999, The Daily Show ha ganado varios premios, incluyendo dos Peabodys. Stewart mismo ha ganado el premio al mejor álbum de comedia por la versión de audio de America . En 2008, Stewart fue invitado a participar en la renombrada serie de dibujos animados Los Simpson como parte del episodio "E. Pluribus Wiggum" en el que se interpretó a sí mismo.

Stewart era un coautor de America , que fue uno de los 15 libros más populares en EE.UU. en 2004.[1]​ Además, Stewart presentó las ediciones 78 y 80 de los Premios Óscar.

Frases Jon Stewart

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„And then I'd get it and think, well geez, Poland's just up the road a piece and... you know the rest.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: Hitler: Denial is a powerful thing... I always thought I could stop any time I wanted. "If I could just get Czechoslovakia, that'll be the end of it. I'll be happy then." And then I'd get it and think, well geez, Poland's just up the road a piece and... you know the rest.

„When you go to the zoo and you see a monkey throwing poop, you go, "that's what monkeys do, what are you gonna do?" But what I wish the media would do more frequently is say "bad monkey."“

— Jon Stewart
Context: If I was to really get at the burr in my saddle, it's not politics — and this is, I think, probably a horrible analogy — but I look at politicians as, they are doing what inherently they need to do to retain power. Their job is to consolidate power. When you go to the zoo and you see a monkey throwing poop, you go, "that's what monkeys do, what are you gonna do?" But what I wish the media would do more frequently is say "bad monkey." Charlie Rose interview, September 29, 2004

„Me!! The inventor of the Blitzkrieg“

— Jon Stewart
Context: Hitler: Look, I was a bad guy. No question. I hate that Hitler. The yelling, the finger-pointing, I don't know... I was a very angry guy. King: And this... new Hitler? Hitler: I get up at seven, have half a melon, do the Jumble in the morning paper and then let the day take me where it will. Some days I'll fish, maybe hit the mall for an Orange Julius. The other day I spent seven hours in the park watching ants cart off part of a sandwich. Me!! The inventor of the Blitzkrieg... When you stop having to control everything, it's very freeing.

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„I mean, they're gonna do anything, it's clear they cast their die, I mean, as hard as it is for Dick Cheney to get an erection, he's not gonna let this opportunity go by.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: If done for the right reasons, liberating a country from a despot, I don't see how that's immoral. Ah, done quickly, and then we all leave, yeah that's kind of... I mean, it's so much obviously more complicated than that. They're literally, if he doesn't allow inspections, we're bombing him — I'll allow inspections. If he doesn't allow them... on Tuesday — I'll allow them on Tuesday. If he doesn't serve fondue — alright, I'll serve fondue. I mean, they're gonna do anything, it's clear they cast their die, I mean, as hard as it is for Dick Cheney to get an erection, he's not gonna let this opportunity go by. [http://www.iop.harvard.edu/events_forum_archive_2002.html Harvard University], December 13, 2002, in response to a question about the prospect of war in Iraq, should Saddam Hussein continue to dodge weapons inspections.

„You would think that if you bring oxygen to the organism, the organism lives. But there may be other organisms in there that thrive in darkness and in a more anaerobic environment. Watching those creatures writhe will always be interesting.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: If someone was to introduce hope and idealism into our political system, I think the tension that would create in other areas would certainly be ripe. You would think that if you bring oxygen to the organism, the organism lives. But there may be other organisms in there that thrive in darkness and in a more anaerobic environment. Watching those creatures writhe will always be interesting. On whether satire would be difficult under an Obama administration

„I mean, it's so hard to make Russell Crowe look like he got in a fight.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: I really thought that the make-up artist for Cinderella Man should have won. I mean, it's so hard to make Russell Crowe look like he got in a fight.

„I'm not going to be your monkey.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: Stewart: You have a responsibility to the public discourse, and you fail miserably. Carlson: You need to get a job at a journalism school, I think. Stewart: You need to go to one. [... ] Carlson: Wait. I thought you were going to be funny. Come on. Be funny. Stewart: No. No. I'm not going to be your monkey.

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„It's not honest. What you do is not honest. What you do is partisan hackery.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: Stewart: [To Tucker Carlson] How old are you? Carlson: Thirty-five. Stewart: And you wear a bow tie... So this is theater... Now, listen, I'm not suggesting that you're not a smart guy, because those are not easy to tie... But the thing is that this—you're doing theater, when you should be doing debate, which would be great... It's not honest. What you do is not honest. What you do is partisan hackery.

„I've seen otters—they look better covered in oil“

— Jon Stewart
Context: That whole thing has been overstated by environmentalists. First of all, what is it, rocks and snow? C'mon, what is that, you want that? Go to Canada my friend. Believe me, rocks and snow are overrated. I've seen otters—they look better covered in oil. Nightline, 2001. On governments plans to drill in Alaska.

„It's just a few Jews walking around going, "'sup?"“

— Jon Stewart
Context: What you do for Jewish New Year is you go down to Times Square... It's a lot quieter than the regular New Year. It's just a few Jews walking around going, "'sup?"

„People can hold liberal and conservative dogma points at the same time. They're not living their lives via platforms. They're living their lives. The whole thing is an awfully tired construct.“

— Jon Stewart
Context: I reject the idea there are just two sides. I think that with the amount of ideas and thoughts there are, it's not even going to be consistent with the same person. People can hold liberal and conservative dogma points at the same time. They're not living their lives via platforms. They're living their lives. The whole thing is an awfully tired construct.

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