Daily Show riffs on Pull My Finger v. iFart Mobile court case [Video]

Wed, Jul 22, 2009

Featured, Legal, News

In case you missed it, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart riffed on the pending lawsuit between Eric Stratton (the developer of the Pull My Finger iPhone app) and Joel Comm, one of the guys behind the immensely popular iFart Mobile app.  Stratton claims that iFart Mobile ripped off his idea and illegally misappropriated the phrase, “Pull my Finger.”  iFart has been one of the more popular iPhone apps of all-time, and famously netted over $40,000 in just 2 days last Christmas season.

Check out the hilarious clip below.

The Daily Show delivers yet again!

Hilarious line:

Stratton: Pull My Finger’s attorneys sent a cease and desist letter to iFart’s attorneys..

Daily Show Correspondent Wyatt Cenac: Pull My Finger and iFart have attorneys?

Stratton: Yes

Cenac: Real attorneys?

Stratton: Yes

Cenac: Jewish attorneys?

Stratton: I have no idea

Cenac: So you’re not sure that they’re real attorneys?

Throw in some awkward silence and a great MC Hammer reference and it’s comedy/iPhone gold!


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