This Week in Comedy: Jon Stewart Leaves ‘The Daily Show’ for a Hiatus, and Dan Harmon Is Coming Back to ‘Community’

-Jon Stewart hosted his last Daily Show for three months while he goes off to direct a movie and lets John Oliver take over.

-Adam Scott did another Greatest Event in Television History special for Adult Swim with Amy Poehler and Horatio Sanz. We recommended classic subjects for future specials.

-Creator Dan Harmon confirmed he’s returning to Community next season, and he’s gonna binge-watch to catch up on Season 4.

-USA passed on picking up Happy Endings, but there’s still hope. Maybe Hulu or Netflix?

-We interviewed Parks and Recreation’s Adam Scott, Kings of Summer director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, newly-minted Comedy Central stand-ups Lil Rel Howery and Cristela Alonzo, Austin Powers and Meet the Parents director Jay Roach, and Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer.

-We made a videolist of Nathan Fielder’s best YouTube videos and Canadian TV clips.

-FX canceled Brand X with Russell Brand, and HBO’s Eastbound & Down is ending its run after the upcoming fourth season.

-We tried to understand Tim Allen.

-UCB announced announced the impressive lineup for this year’s Del Close Marathon.

-We looked back at NBC’s Ed and the misfire that was Ren & Stimpy’s Adult Party Cartoon.

-Nick Offerman wrote a book called Paddle Your Own Canoe, coming this fall.

-We dove deep into Paris’s English language comedy scene.

-Kristen Wiig, Bob Odenkirk, Nathan Fielder, and a ton of other people you love are guest starring on Comedy Central’s Drunk History.

-We recommended the week’s best podcasts, the week’s best Vine videos, and the Twitter feed of Michelle Wolf.

And here are your Top Five Web Comedy Videos of the Week:

The Bilderbergers - “The Step”

Muddleberry - “Teacher’s Lounge - by 7th Grader David Mason” (via UCBComedy)

Remix the Movies - “Man of Steel” (via Picture Show)

The Midnight Show - “Daft Punk Unmasked!”

The Onion - “The Internship Poised To Be Biggest Comedy Of 2005”

This Week in Comedy: Jon Stewart Leaves ‘The Daily […]