Beer and movie marketers flocked to Jon Stewart’s final Daily Show Thursday night.
The episode, which ran 49 minutes including a performance by Bruce Springsteen, was “brought to you by” Modelo Especial, the beer from Constellation Brands. Spots for Anheuser-Busch InBev's Bud Light also appeared.
There were commercials for six movies including TheMan From U.N.C.L.E., Black Mass, No Escape, Fantastic Four, Steve Jobs and Hitman: Agent 47.
The technology category was also represented with Samsung, Apple, T-Mobile and Hulu plus online services Booking.com and Apartments.com.
Comedy Central ran a promo for the networks app.
Other sponsors included automakers Buick and Hyundai, Gatorade and GEICO.
Arby’s, the fast food chain that sponsored Stewart's penultimate appearance with a spot that highlighted the way Stewart has skewered the brand, was integrated into a taped segment of the show. Boxes of Arby’s food was seen being delivered to TheDaily Show offices in a piece that highlighted the show’s staff while paying homage to the famous Copacabana tracking scene in Goodfellas, directed by Martin Scorsese, who made a cameo appearance.
Correction: The earlier version of this story misstated ownership of the Modelo Espicial brand.
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