'The Daily Show:' Jon Stewart Revels in Irony of IRS Being Audited, Spoofs its Spoof Vids (Video)
"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" returned on Monday for his final five days of shows before taking a temporary sabbatical this summer to direct a movie.
Stewart delighted in the ongoing IRS scandal in his new segment, "Where's Your Receipts, A$$hole?"
"Sucks to get audited, doesn't it?" Stewart said, pulling out an old-school adding machine.
He then took a fun shot at sort-of-rival Bill O'Reilly's overly innocent choice of language (it's quite tamer than O'Reilly's infamous "We'll do it live!" clip). Stewart then hits with an even better shot at Kevin Costner and the 1995 movie, "Waterworld." And somehow -- 18 years later -- the joke works.
Please stick around for the video to loop to the IRS Cupid Shuffle dance, along with its "Gilligan's Island" and "Star Trek" spoof videos. You will not be disappointed.
Stewart is taking time off to direct and produce his first film, "Rosewater" starring Gael Bernal Garcia. "Daily Show" correspondent John Oliver will occupy his seat during the absence.