Jon Stewart covered the other two branches of the government well enough, but where's the love for the Supreme Count? Cue The Daily Show's new segment, "A Love Supreme." In the first installment, Stewart addresses a case in front of the court between the FCC and television stations, in which the networks want more leeway with nudity and cursing on primetime time. Stewart tries to get his own curses (namely, "f---stick") past censors to no avail on his little comedy show, while pointing out the irony of stations getting away with so much violence in police procedurals.
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