25 Best 'Daily Show' Correspondents

From Colbert to Carell, John Oliver to John Hodgman, nobody helped Jon Stewart report the fake news better

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14. Mo Rocca (1998-2003)

A holdover from the previous regime but an early Stewart-era MVP — his Indecision 2000 segments were a key part of the show's election coverage — the bow-tied Rocca loved to drop in on folks like Herman Abrams, who ran a museum dedicated to things that start with the letter B. Proving there’s barely a line between fake satirical news and the real thing, Rocca is now doing pieces for CBS Sunday Morning that aren't much different than the oddball folksy stories he was known for on The Daily Show. SC

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