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On this week's The Daily Show WITH Jon Stewart on Comedy Central, host Jon Stewart addressed Governor Andrew Cuomo's recent statement that "extreme conservatives, who are right-to-life, pro-assault weapon, anti-gay... have no place in the state of New York."
In response to Cuomo's words, Fox News host Sean Hannity took to his evening program to reveal that he is considering the idea of leaving the Empire state.
'Shaken' over Hannity's revelation, Stewart pondered over how the state of New York could possibly persuade the newsman to remain in The Big Apple and called upon such stars as Tony winner Nathan Lane, "Project Runway" fashion guru Tim Gunn and the cast of the Tony Award-winning musical Jersey Boys to pitch in and help.
"Sean, we know you are mad at us you have every right to be," pleaded Lane. "New York has made a lot of mistakes, but we're gonna change. Just please, stay."
Check out the hilarious clip from the broadcast below!