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The Daily Show host Jon Stewart is heading to Disney Channel for a special cameo.
Comedy Central’s satirical newsman drops by animated kids program Phineas and Ferb on Monday’s episode, “The Klimpaloon Ultimatum.” Stewart voices Mr. Random, president of Random Swimwear, a sponsor for the Tri-state area’s music awards show, the Tristies, where 1980s band Love Handel’s song “The Ballad of Klimpaloon” is nominated for best fact-based song.
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively premieres a scene featuring Stewart as Mr. Random.
The clip opens with Love Handel’s song’s legitimacy being called into question, with some arguing that Klimpaloon “isn’t real” because no one’s supposedly “seen him.” That’s where Mr. Random comes in.
The rules of proving a song’s factual nature is rather simple, according to Mr. Random: Someone has 24 hours to prove its legitimacy by providing physical evidence, but the bandmembers — and the awards show’s presenters — can’t participate because of a clearly stated guideline. As the rules dictate, they must be locked in a soundproof booth for a full day while others attempt to come through with evidence. Will they be successful?
Phineas and Ferb airs Monday at 10:30 a.m. on Disney Channel.
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