Jon Stewart Jokes Benedict Cumberbatch Will Replace Him on The Daily Show

Norman Weiss

Jon Stewart jokes Benedict Cumberbatch will replace him on The Daily Show
Stewart's annual Night of Too Many Stars taped over the weekend, allowing audience members to commit a crime with John Oliver and to bid on selling out with Chris Rock. During his monologue, Stewart said, "The only other place you'll see this many top comedians together in this one room is on the Internet — list of everyone who should replace me on the Daily Show. Ultimately I believe it's going to be Benedict Cumberbatch."

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