The Daily Show takes on the death of the Twinkie

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Jon Stewart's The Daily Show was the latest media to address the demise of Hostess and it's iconic Twinkie brand.

Stewart, though, was far from nostalgic about the passing of Twinkie. While he spent time Tuesday night defending the unions vilified for their part in the end of the company, he was less than charitable for the junk food cake with 37 questionable ingredients:

In case you've been in a cave, gorging on Ho-Hos and Ding Dongs for the last couple of weeks, the Hostess saga has played on in a tale of labor unrest, liquidation and overly hyped angst about vanishing snack cakes, hoarded and sold for hundreds of dollars on eBay.

Americana, circa 2012.

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