So I was poking around tonight trying to find out how early to arrive for the Daily Show taping (I realize it's a little ways off, ok, can I help you?), if cameras were allowed, you know, all that jazz. And I found two things that cracked me up. The first of which was:
What time should I get in line/arrive?
The Daily Show lets the audience in around 4:30, and it's recommended to get in line around 3:00-3:15. The Colbert Report lets the audience in at 6:00 p.m., but many people get in line starting at 4:00 p.m. or even earlier.
Seating at The Colbert Report is more dependent on your place in the general-admission line. Also, Stephen Colbert's fans tend to be batshit insane and get there really early.
The second is this site right here. I'm not even sure how I found this site but jesus. I could only get through a few...at first it was funny and then it was just too creepy to be funny anymore. I seriously, seriously need a bath. I mean, I like Jon Stewart as much as the next person but I don't know his goddamn pets' names nor would I stand up before the show and personally sing him "Happy Birthday" out of goddamn nowhere. People like this are the reason I would never approach a celebrity. Ever. (Not that I would ever have anything to say, wtf?)
And waiting at the stage door after a PLAY like you're SUPPOSED TO doesn't count. So there.