Daily Show segment on Idaho runs tonight.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart will air tonight the long-awaited segment on Idaho and the now famous two-headed fish.

Correspondent Aasif Mandvi and his crew made news when they where thrown out of local EPA offices a month ago. I was interviewed at a Meridian farm but my interview did not make the final cut. They also shot scenes in eastern Idaho.

The two-headed trout ran on the front page of the New York Times. It was a fry from two Idaho fish hatched in a Wyoming hatchery as a part of a study about selenium pollution.

The show will run at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. on channel 249 on Direct TV. It will run at midnight on Channel 54 on Cable One and again Friday at 8:30 p.m. Check your local listings.

By the way, the Idaho Statesman is running a larger story on the phosphate mining issue Sunday.


Still yawning.

Take a big snort of selenium...

...then you can yawn with both your mouths.

Bender, leave Leela alone!


You fry wants with that?

OK. What Next?

Phosphate mining? Wow. Beats Jon Stuart. At least mining aggravates Democrats and anything that does that is never a waste of time.