Jon Stewart offers Rally to Restore Sanity tips: Among them, you can watch on Comedy Central or online

On last night's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, your sane host showed footage from recent rallies for the leaders of North Korea and America, holding it up as evidence of things one should do, or perhaps not do, in public. Good to know, considering Stewart himself is leading a rally in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 30, 2010 called the "Rally to Restore Sanity."

Stewart's advice to people attending his rally, or any rally for that matter: "When in doubt, don't be douchey."

In this clip, Stewart also revealed that, since this is a rally for sane and rational people, there might be more than a few of you out there so sane that you'll decide that D.C. is too far away, too expensive, or too out of reach that day to make it. No need to go insane, people! Comedy Central plans to provide live TV coverage of the event, as well as live streaming online. 

Stewart joked that meant too bad for Broken Lizard, although looking at the actual Comedy Central schedule for Oct. 30, 2010, it means it'll be pre-empting a Scrubs marathon. Poor Scrubs. Roll the clip!


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