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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20. Beth Littleford (1996-2000)

A reliable presence during the Kilborn era, Littleford specialized in sending up showbiz infotainment vapidity: interviewing celebrities in the sort of vaseline-lensed, fake-homey settings that would make Barbara Walters salivate, or doing an Entertainment Tonight-style news round-up. ("Judging from audience's reactions to Battlefield Earth, it's a real laugh-out-loud drama.") But her field pieces were usually better — after asking Tennessee Titans linebacker Dennis Stallings tells her he plays defense during a Super Bowl interview, she counters with "What makes you so defensive? Have you considered seeing someone about that?" DF

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