Skip to comments.Daily Show: Me Lover's Pizza With Crazy Broad (very funny)
Posted on 06/02/2011 1:53:00 PM PDT by Beave Meister
Donald Trump disrespects New Yorkers by taking Sarah Palin to a pizza chain and eating his stacked slices with a fork.
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I eat pizza with a fork too...
I dont like the mess all over my hands and face
so sue me
Seinfield. Castanza started a thing, eating snickers with a fork. Soon everybody in town was doing it!
Eh. Not that funny.
Palin gets blamed for The Donalds actions?
Gotta say I’m depressed at all the freepers who eat pizza with knives and forks. I even had a military man tell me he ate it with utensils! What’s going on here?
Now, Snickers with a fork - that’s elegant. Just bought the entire Seinfeld series. So brilliant.
I too use a fork when the pizza is hot. When its cold pizza for breakfast I use my hands.
I agree. Stewart is reduced to F bombs and pretending he is Italian? Now who’s irrelevant?
Didn’t know Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz) was Italian or Mafia. What a poser......
Who cares what Jonathan Leibowitz thinks about Sarah Palin? I don’t. He’s probably not going to vote Republican anyway. Just more attempts by the media to portray those who don’t see the world through the same rose-colored glasses they do, as morons and idiots. I’ve never eaten pizza with my hands. So what. Sue me for having manners at the table.
I eat pizza wit a fawk. You gotta problem wit dat?
Stewart is a waste of time
My guess is that Palin took the conservative knife-and-fork route so as not to risk having a sloppy moment caught on TV and then Trump, doing the correct thing as host, followed suit. But I’d think someone would have the video to confirm that was the order of it.
What’s the matter “Beaver Master”, are you a hit and run poster? Come defend Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz.
What about ribs?
I think we might just have a new dining fad taking hold across the Country, and it did NOT start on the left coast. I predict that MORE people will be enjoying their pizza with a knife and fork, just to make a statement. I have always used a K & F for the first half of the slice. After that I sometimes pick it up and eat the rest, including the edge of the crust. GO SARAH!
You’re all missing the point of the clip. Yeah, I get it, that some of you hate Jon Stewart, but this is pretty lite, it’s about being passionate about pizza. I’m from Chicago and now live in Los Angeles and I hate the pizza out here. When I first moved out here I went to a California Pizza Kitchen to pick up some pizza’s for a friend and got into a discussion with this older gentleman, (who after he left I found out was one of the founders of CPK Larry Flax) about pizza. He asked me what I thought of CPK Pizza and I told him they make better pizza in Korea.
That’s all this clip is about....it’s about Stewart being passionate about pizza. It’s nothing more and nothing less. Oh yeah, and he pokes fun at Trump for the way he eats it. And who would take someone to a pizza chain when you have so many mom and pop parlors around town?
As a young stupid man, I grabbed a slice of Shakeys Pizza, back when they were 2 inches of solid toppings, and took a bite. Being fresh out of the oven, I burned my mouth and then jerked away, with 3 kinds of fine cheese toppings, stringing out and hitting my chin and neck. I had a blister on my chin for a week. If mr.Leibowitz thinks that little piece of crust with some sauce on top is a pizza, well.....LOL! I also use a knife and fork when I eat real pizza, of which mr. Leibowitz knows jack crap about.
Fair enough and thanks for responding. I like Jon on certain material, this I just thought was asinine. To each his own.
Should have gone to Brooklyn.
In manhattan, if you are not eating at Rays, you might as well eat pizza with a knife and fork.
It most likely is nothing more than a technique to avoid the Pizza in the mouth with cheese dripping over your chin Kodak moment.
Which is common in my house.
Any pizza sold by the slice and can be folded is NY or perhaps Chi Town pie. In the south we actually put on enough toppings that a fork is a necessity. If I wanted to fold it I would go buy a Tombstone pizza from WalMart.
Stewart is desperately unfunny. The awful, awful mugging! And the cursing! God, give me Johnny Carson. At this point, give me Joey Bishop!
The NY pizza is as close as it gets to the original pizza - created in Naples. The southern Italians who settled in NY brought the pizza with them. It bears no relationship with a frozen pizza found in a Wal Mart. Can we drop the silly NY bashing for one moment?
Ray’s no longer exists. As in “The original Ray’s Pizza.” You can find dozens of terrible pizza parlors calling themselves “Rays.” For a while there was a good pizza parlor called “Pronto’s.” Don’t know what happened to that one. Best pizzas are generally found in restaurants. The most well-known are John’s in Greenwich Village and the two Patsy’s. Never had either of them, though. I generally stick to the terrible place across the street from me (do you hear me, Mike’s Pizza??!)
Fine. You and Jonathan Leibowitz can eat all the original Italian pizza, folded up, you want. Have a nice day.
Be careful what you wish for. Mike may just 'spin a pie' for you .....right after having scratched his privates or something.
I dislike Jon Stewart intensely. But why do you insist on calling him Jonathan Liebowitz? Obviously that’s his real name but a lot of performers change their names. You’re not the only one on FR to do this, of course, but I’m wondering why he is always referred to that way.
And we don’t fold it up. We either hold it by the two edges of the crust or fold it very slightly down the middle. It’s more like we cup it than fold it. And we ALWAYS put red pepper flakes on it. Every table in a NY pizzeria has a small canister of red pepper flakes.
Having seen Mike up close, I don’t think he needs any help from me to resort to that kind of behavior! His pizza really stinks though!
I wish you luck in your pizza endeavors. I’ve taken to finding the buy the best frozen pizza ultra thin crust ones at the store and adding cheese, pepperoni, etc. and then cooking it with a machine called a Pizazz. As far as I’m concerned it’s the best way to cook a pizza at home.
I actually make them at home when I have time. Some flour, water and salt, a little sunshine to make the dough rise and then a pizza stone, a paddle with plenty of corn meal spread across it and voila! You can have a really nice pizza in a couple of hours.
I do not suggest this is for everyone, though!
Sounds good, but I really am time limited until I retire. I am driving 120-130 miles R/T every day and I’m just too beat to get into time consuming cooking...
That's fine. I am only commenting on the 7 minute video, posted at the top of this thread, that Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz, the non Italian, comments about people using a fork and then demonstrates his Jewish roots by eating pizza without a fork. Forgive me if I think his shtick is over the top for a person named Leibowitz.
120 miles a day! Horrible. My husband did that and may have to do it again. Hope one day you have lots of leisure and can enjoy making your own pizza.
Now I’m really confused!
By the way, he doesn’t have Jewish roots; he’s a Jew.
IMO, nothing by Stewart is “funny”. I tried watching this clip, and had to turn it off.
Yes. That is why I keep using his given name, Jonathan Leibowitz. Frankly the entire 7 minutes was a cutdown to Trump and a backhand to Palin, although I give....Jon Stewart, leeway as he said nothing about Sarah Palin nor her family, who were also there.
I saw that one John Stewart bit where he was making fun of the way Obama drank the pint of Guiness with his little pinky sticking out. That was freakin’ HILARIOUS!!!!
Oh wait. He’s never made fun of Obama’s mannerisms. Yet we get loads of Palin gags. Borrrrrrriiiiiiinnnnnnnnngggggg.
But here’s what I don’t understand: why is it important to you or others that he is Jewish?
Because in the 7 minute video above, he pretends to be Italian and a Mafioso. Jonathan Leibowitz, if he is observant, can't eat a New York street pizza.....not kosher. So he is either Jewish or BS'ing, I'll let you guess.
Lots and lots of Jews don’t eat kosher—but I guess you already know that.
Turns out it was Trump who set the pace with the fork use:
Never again will a series have the legs that Seinfeld has. Brilliant!!!!
Wouldnt our news media love to have a shot of Sara with pizza sauce on her chin?