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Daily Show correspondent, Aasif Mandvi takes on Muslim stereotypes
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By Samuel Burke and Claire Calzonetti, CNN

Aasif Mandvi’s job title as a TV correspondent is both a complete joke and utterly realistic: Senior Muslim Correspondent.




Exclusive – The Qu’osby Show – The Pilot
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(Via Comedy Central)

Aasif Mandvi stars in “The Qu’osby Show,” a sitcom about a NASCAR-loving family that eats pork and dances to Toby Keith. (05:25)




The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Kabulvision – A New Lowe
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(Via the Daily Show with Jon Stewart)

Jon Stewart chimes in about the Lowe’s controversy but his analysis falls short compared to Asif Mandvi’s. Mandvi explains why, without Lowe’s, the jihadist goal is unachievable.




Inside Islam: The Qu’osby Show?
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As wementioned in January, Katie Couric and others see the Cosby show as an important step towards mainstream white-American acceptance and respect for African-Americans and believe a comedy show about a Muslim-American family could bring about a similar shift in opinion.




Daily Show: Mandvi – Batman’s Muslim Sidekick
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Aasif Mandvi meets a comic book artist who thinks Batman’s Muslim sidekick, Nightrunner, could spell doom for the American way of life.

Comic book artist: “Pigman, he is the ultimate super hero to fight the Jihadists.”




The Daily Show: Allah in the Family
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Allah in the Family

The Daily Sow: Aasif Mandvi hopes to change America’s perceptions of Muslims by starring in the Qu’osby Show. (05:46)




The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: NPR Staffing Decision 2010
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The Best F#@king News Team is there as NPR brings a tote bag full of David Sedaris books to a knife fight with Fox News. Also, what happens when Team Black faces Team Muslim? (09:52)




The Daily Show Takes on Murfreesboro Mosque Controversy
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Jon Stewart’s Daily Show continues to take on the mosque controversy. this time Aasif Mandvi was in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, the site of a different mosque controversy. The video is called “Tennessee No Evil” and can be found on Comedy Central’s website.