LazySundaySex4379 karma2014-11-14 16:38:00 UTC
Mr. Stewart! I just want to start off by saying thank you so much for all your years of hard work on comedy central and with the daily show. I just wanted to take this opportunity to tell you how much you and the show have positively effected my life. The biggest example that I can give is the first episode you did after 9/11. I was 13 at the time but both my parents were working in NYC and my brother was attending NYU during the attack. 9/11 was incredibly hard on my entire family (first time I ever saw my father cry) and it seems as if the world was completely turned upside down. Nothing felt normal and this overwhelming fear that nothing will ever be ok. The things you said during the first episode after the events of 9/11 have stayed with me my entire life. You basically said (paraphrasing) that even though what happened has changed us all it is important to stay strong and that as New Yorkers/Americans we need to continue to be strong and don't let the act of a few effect who we are. You promised to continue to make us laugh and you haven't broken your promise. Unfortunately my father passed away from a heart attack that same year but what you said popped in my head days after his funeral. To stay strong and persevere during the toughest time of my life. I can't even fathom how difficult it must have been to film that episode, but you did it anyways. You are my personal hero and thanks again for all the laughs. I'm really happy to have the opportunity to write this to you and even if you don't respond I just want you to know how much you and your show have meant to me. I always imagined I'd somehow end up on your show as a guest and say this to you personally, but I'm happy to write this to you here. I can't wait to see Rosewater! Since I have to ask a question i guess the question is: out of all the guests that you had on your show, has there ever been one guest that you were absolutely star struck to meet, like fanboy status?
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LazySundaySex11 karma2014-11-11 19:35:22 UTC
First off, I'd like to say thanks to both of you for creating some of the most hysterical and unique characters/stories. I've grown up watching your movies and it is because of your movies that my sense of humor is crude and immature and I fuck love you guys for that. Questions:
1. What was Cameron Diaz's reaction when she first found out she would be puttinth a giant wad of Sploodge thru her hair?
2. As brothers and directors, what do you guys fight about the most?
3. Your stories are so unique, where do you guys get the inspiration to create such outrageously funny shit?
LazySundaySex2 karma2014-10-14 18:41:40 UTC
Hey steve, on behalf of me any friends, thank you so much for the TMNT movies. You sparked our love for TMNT that has lasted 15+ years and I thank you so much for that. Movies are absolutely hysterical and amazing to watch. I have to ask a question so I'll ask the most generic one. What is your favorite sandwich and where is your favorite place to eat when your are in NYC?
LazySundaySex2 karma2014-11-11 19:52:23 UTC
LazySundaySex2 karma2014-12-11 20:44:33 UTC
Hey! I absolutely loved your work in the Sin City films. You had he opportunity to work with both of my favorite directors of all time. Quentin and Robert. Can't even imagine awesome that must have been. My question is this, what are major differences between Quentin's directorial style and Robert's? Also you would make a fucking incredible Harley Quinn if you were ever to do a comic book movie again.
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