Jon Dore is a role model. In each episode of his aptly named show The Jon Dore Television Show, he sets out to improve his faults, right his wrongs, and become the very model of a modern major comic. This pull-yourself-up-by-the-boot-straps mentality is exactly what America was founded on and if Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin were alive today, they would undoubtedly approve of Jon Dore’s drive for self improvement and striving to correct his faults. Although it’s hard to imagine America’s Founding Fathers finding out the truth about their undescended testicles or setting about proving that they are not problem drinkers after foolishly urinating in a friend’s flower pot. There is no doubt, though, that they would admire his fight to enter a nightclub for free on Ladies Night, and fight for the rights of white heterosexual men everywhere. So get funky with the Founding Fathers and watch some clips from The Jon Dore Television Show.
To prove that he is a positive role model, Jon takes his nephew out for some quality time:
In A Case of the Blues, Jon wonders why he is down, so he sets out to get happy. He decides to donate blood, because one trait of happy people is volunteering:
The Jon Dore Television Show airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET.