During his 16 years on "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart has made a name for himself as an "eviscerator"/"demolisher"/"slammer"/"skewer-er" (etc.) of political nonsense. But let us also not forget that his legacy has enveloped far more than that: Stewart has also offered up some biting pop music commentary through the years, inviting high-profile teen sensations and idols onto his program for candid -- and occasionally, incriminating -- conversations. As Stewart gears up for his last day on "The Daily Show" August 8, our look back:
Britney Spears (2001)
Britney Spears had just debuted her single "Oops I Did it Again" and Jon Stewart was not impressed. "Oops I did it again: A reference to destroying popular music as we know it," he quipped.
NSYNC had just dropped their album "Celebrity" and Stewart was bursting with ironic, unintelligible excitement. Was there someone named "Tito," or no?
The Spice Girls (2000)