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Watch Now: John Oliver Defends Iron Man’s Origins On ‘The Daily Show’
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John Oliver The Daily Show Iron Man rant

On last night’s episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, fill-in host John Oliver (who I love!) did a segment called “Track to the Future,” which took a look at the much-talked-about “Hyperloop,” the super high-speed train proposed by SpaceX CEO and PayPal co-founder Elon Musk that would get travelers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in just 30 minutes.

In the six-minute segment of the comedy news show, Oliver took umbrage with CNN Live’s profile on Musk, where they state that the 42-year-old billionaire inventor was the inspiration for Iron Man‘s Tony Stark character. (Oh, yes they did!)

You can watch the full segment below.

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Track to the Future

Billionaire Elon Musk designs a cross between a railgun, a Concorde supersonic airliner and an air hockey table. (05:54)

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