The Wonderful World of Stu

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The Wonderful World of Stu
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Title card for The Wonderful World of Stu
Genre Satire
Sketch comedy
Conservative commentary
Capitalism and free markets
Created by Steve "Stu" Burguiere
Written by Stu Burguiere
Presented by Stu Burguiere
Country of origin United States
Production
Executive producer(s) Joel Cheatwood
Running time 30 minutes (with commercials)
Release
Original network TheBlaze
Original release February 2, 2013 (2013-02-02) – present
External links
Website

The Wonderful World of Stu is a sketch comedy American television program on TheBlaze, created and hosted by Steve "Stu" Burguiere. The show airs at 8:00pm on Friday nights.

Burguiere highlights issues important to American conservatives and libertarians, while combatting progressives and socialists. Of particular interest to Burgiere, every episode includes at least one reference to New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and his health regulations, particularly the 2012 soda limit. For example, Burgiere ended one episode by sipping a Big Gulp, raising the cup as if to toast, and declaring: "Screw you, Michael Bloomberg!"

Recurring segments[edit]

Stu impersonating Carney at a White House Press Briefing on The Wonderful World of Stu.
  • Great Moments in Progressive History: Narrated by Burgiere, this segment supports a progressive cause and hyperbolizes its effects on history and society.
  • Stu-tistics: Burgiere uses statistics and data provided by the federal government or an organization to challenge an on-going cause being championed by progressives and Democrats.
  • White House Press Briefing: Burgiere portrays White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and answers questions posed by the White House press corps. The questions come from video clips of real questions from the actual White House correspondents. The segment is fictitiously aired on STU-SPAN, a parody of C-SPAN.
  • Letters to Woodrow...In Hell: Burgiere portrays Woodrow Wilson, the former President of the United States and current "President of hell", and reads letters from those seeking his advice on a variety of matters. The set used is the Oval Office set used for Glenn Beck's television program.

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