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A confirmed event is one that was either covered by the media, verified by another reliable source (such as TV Guide or a well-run fan page), or witnessed by a reliable (i.e., no signs of looniness) JSIA member or visitor. Some dates may be one day off depending on what time zone you are in. For instance, a show like Nightline that airs at 11:35 pm in the Central time zone would technically air at 12:35 am the next day in the Eastern time zone. See the old TVography (not updated yet) for a general list of older Jon appearances.

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u/c - uncomfirmed, ? - exact date unknown

2003
December 12, 2003. Selected as "Person of the Week" on ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings. ABC.

December 12, 2003. Performs at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Baltimore.

December 7, 2003. Mentioned glowingly by Marge on The Simpsons. Fox.

November 30, 2003. Appears a few times briefly on Richard Pryor: I Ain't Dead Yet. Comedy Central.

October. One of the Man of the Year winners in the special Man of the Year awards issue by GQ.

October. Jon and TDS are the cover story on the October 31 issue of Entertainment Weekly.  

July 19? 22?, 2003. Wins Television Critics Association Award for Outstanding Achievement in Individual Comedy, and TDS wins for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy. Jon and TDS had four nominations total, the most of any show. They lost in the categories of Program of the Year and Outstanding Achievement in News and Information.

July 13, 2003. Appears via taped segment on roast of Carson Daly. MTV.

July 11, 2003. Appears on NOW with Bill Moyers. PBS.

June 19, 2003. Hosts banquet? dinner? where The National Mentoring Partnership presented Tom Cruise with an "Excellence in Mentoring" Award for Program Leadership for his role as founding board member of the Hollywood Education and Literacy Project (H.E.L.P.). New York, New York.

June 8, 2003. Appeared with a few other TDS staffers and discusses humor and politics on Uncensored Comedy: That's Not Funny! Trio.

u/c June 3, 2003. Hosts the T.J. Martell Foundation's 28th annual Humanitarian Award Gala. "Humanitarian of the Year" goes to Judy McGrath, President of MTV Networks Music Group. Hilton, New York.

May 31, 2003. Appeared briefly bearing toolbelt and circular saw on Night of Too Many Stars, a televised benefit for the Autism Coalition. NBC.

May 22, 2003. Charlie Rose. PBS.

May 20, 2003. Jon entertains with Patti LaBelle at the United Jewish Appeal-Federation's J. Ross Humanitarian Award Dinner. The award was presented to Ralph J. Robert and Brian L. Roberts, owners of the 76ers. Waldorf-Asotoria in Philadelphia? New York?

u/c May 14, 2003. Behind the Scenes of TDS: Featuring Jon Stewart, Ben Karlin, Stewart Bailey, D.J. Javerbaum, Kahane Corn, Chuck O'Neil, and Mo Rocca. Open only to members of the Television Academy. John Jay College Theater. New York, New York.

May 12, 2003. Performs at honoring of Comedy Central president Larry Divney by The McCarton School at its "A Celebration of Learning" benefit at The Regent Wall Street Hotel. New York, New York.

April 10, 2003. Tough Crown with Colin Quinn. Comedy Central.

April 6, 2003. Main speaker at the ARDA (American Resort Development Association, arda.org) Convention and Expo. Orlando, Florida.

? March 27, 2003. Performs at the Carenegie Hall for a salute to Caroline Hirsch, owner of Caroline's. New York, New York.

March 1, 2003. Performs at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. Tampa, Florida.

February 28, 2003. Performs at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Au Rene. Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

2002

December 14, 2002. Performs at the Orpheum Theatre. Boston.

December 13, 2002. Speaks at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government at the ARCO Forum. Boston.

November 28, 2002. Turns 40.

November 13, 2002. Appears on Up Close with Ted Koppel for the full half-hour show. ABC.

November 9, 2002. Performs at Foxwoods Resort. Mashantucket, Connecticut.

November 7, 2002. Appears for a short interview on On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. FOX News.

November 3, 2002. Appears as Comedy's Cable Critic on Reliable Sources. CNN.

November 1, 2002. Attends Homecoming soccer game at Alma Mater William & Mary. Williamsburg, Virginia.

October 27, 2002. Does a Q&A at his alma mater William & Mary. Williamsburg, Virginia.

October 19, 2002. Headlines at the Beacon Theater in for the Improv 40th Anniversary finale concert. New York City.

October 18, 2002. Performs at the Taft Theatre for the Improv 40th Anniversary concert. Cincinnati, Ohio.

October 11, 2002. Performs at Meliora Weekend, the University of Rochester alumni and reunion event. He performs twice to packed audiences due to popular demand. Rochester, New York.

October 5, 2002. Performs at Roy Thompson Hall headlining the 5th Anniversary of the Comedy Network (Canada's comedy channel). Toronto, Canada.

September 22, 2002. Presents the Emmy for Best Director of a Comedy Series at the 54th Annual Emmy Awards. TDS loses all three nominations. (To Letterman, SNL, and Sting. Yes, Sting.)

September 21, 2002. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Global Edition debuts worldwide. CNNi (CNN International).

September. Appears on Between the Lions. Episodes are "Too Cool" and "Pigs Aplenty." PBS.

August 26, 2002. Appears on SportsCenter 25K and recounts the 1996 Mets Buckner game as his favorite sports moment. Jon, apparently, was a waiter with a red bow tie at the time. ESPN.

August 19, 2002. Denis Leary appears on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Tells Jon he's a better man than to hate Jon just because Jon screwed him. Jon giggles throughout. Both comment that without alcohol, their relationship is weak. Comedy Central.

August 15, 2002. Leary appears on Access Hollywood and criticizes Jon. Calls Jon his ex-good friend.

August 14, 2002. Makes a brief voice cameo via telephone on Denis Leary's Contest Searchlight promising to help produce Leary's show. Then cancels. Comedy Central.

August 9, 2002. Appears on Charlie Rose and discusses the recent financial scandals and doing TDS. PBS.

August 6, 2002. Tom Thumb and Thumbelina is finally released on video.

July 18, 2002. Appears on The Best Damn Sports Show, Period on FoxSports.

July 18, 2002. TDS is nominated for two Emmys and Jon himself is nominated for one:
- Variety, Music or Comedy Series:
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central; Late Show With David Letterman, CBS; Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher, ABC; Saturday Night Live, NBC; The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, NBC.
- Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program:
Wayne Brady, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (ABC); Billy Joel, "Billy Joel in His Own Words" (A&E); Jon Stewart, "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"; Ryan Stiles, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"; Sting, "A&E in Concert: Sting in Tuscany ... All This Time"
- Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program:
"America: A Tribute to Heroes"; "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"; "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (NBC); "Late Show with David Letterman"; "Saturday Night Live"

June 24, 2002. Appears on the Connie Chung Tonight premiere. The show spells his name as "John." CNN.

June 21, 2002. Perfoms at the Aladdin Resort and Casino with John Pinette. Las Vegas.

June 11, 2002. Performs at The Town Hall for the 10th Annual Toyota Comedy Festival -- The 4th annual Gerry Red Wilson Foundation Comedy Benefit Show for Spinal Meningitis. New York City.

June 7, 2002. Appears on the O'Reilly Factor Hollywood special. Jon appears as one of several entertainers commenting on Hollywood and charities, especially 9/11 fundraising. FOX (not FOXNews).

June, 2002. Mentioned in a new book called The Bitter End: Hanging Out at America's Nightclub, by Paul Colby and Martin Fitzpatrick. Cooper Square Press, SBN: 0815412061. (Jon's first stand up gig was at The Bitter End.)

May 10, 2002. Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University -- Jon moderates a panel called "September 11th: How it Changed Us" which is part of the First Annual Tribeca Film Festival. The panel includes filmmakers, photographers, writers, and musicians discussing the attack and aftermath of September 11th. New York City.

May 4, 2002. Standup show at the Tower Theatre. Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.

May 3, 2002. Appears on Inside Politics with hosted by Judy Woodruff. Appearance lasts less than 10 minutes. Surprise appearance by Wolf Blitzer. CNN.

May 3, 2002. Standup show at the Warner Theatre. Washington, D.C.

?. Best of the Red Carpet 2002, MTV. Jon appears in several older clips (no new material).

March 22, 2002. Larry King Live. Discuss Jon taking over Letterman's spot, etc. CNN.

March 19, 2002. Late Show with David Letterman. Smoochy promotion. CBS.

March 9, 2002. Hosts Saturday Night Live for the first time. NBC.

March 1, 2002. Appears on Dennis Miller Live and discusses religion. HBO.

March 1, 2002. Speaks with a TDS panel at the William S. Paley Television Festival, sponsored by the Museum of Television and Radio. New York City.

February 27, 2002. Hosts the Grammy Awards for the second time. Gets nekked. CBS.

February 26, 2002. Appears on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. NBC.

February 21, 2002. Appears on The Rosie O'Donnell Show. Syndicated.

February 1, 2002. Appears on Live With Regis and Kelly.

February, 2002. Profiled in the February 11, 2002 issue of The New Yorker.

January 15, 2002. Interviewed on Last Call with Carson Daly. Appearance was about half the show, fifteen minues or so. NBC.

2001

u/c November 30, 2001. Performs at Foxwoods Resort. Mashantucket, Connecticut.

November 4, 2001. TDS wins Emmy award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program.

September 20, 2001. Opens TDS with famous post-9/11 return speech. Cries, makes us cry. Comedy Central.

August 15, 2001. Appears on The Charlie Rose Show. PBS.

July 10, 2001. Co-hosts Regis Live. Syndicated.

July 9, 2001. Time Magazine selects Jon as the best talk show host in their special "America's Best" issue.

February 17, 2001. Performs at Northwestern University. Brought to you by the good folks at Hillel. Evanston, Illinois.

1999

January 11, 1999. Starts as new host of The Daily Show, renamed The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Jon replaces outoing anchor, Craig Kilborn. Comedy Central.

1997

April 26, 1997. Hosts White House Correspondents Dinner. Washington, D.C. Thanks to Michael Shea.

April 4, 1997. Appears on Dennis Miller Live. HBO.

1996

December 31, 1996. First Annual Comics Come Home airs on television. Actual live event date unknown.

 

Last updated February 26, 2006.


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