Kristen Schaal and The Daily Show finally address sexism, thanks to Playboy’s financial plight

When people accused Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart with playing fast and loose with sexuality by hiring Olivia Munn as a correspondent, the show somehow failed to answer its critics with the same adequacy with which it calls out the rest of the media for its failings. Weird. But nevertheless true.

So it's fortunate that last night, the show called upon correspondent Kristen Schaal to report upon Playboy's financial straits, and in doing so, finally addressed the problem women face in our 21st century society. Or as she said: "The first step toward women breaking the glass ceiling is pressing our boobs against it."

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