Table of Contents: Editor's Introduction, Megan Boler and Ted Gournelos
Jamie Warner, Tyranny of the Dichotomy: Prophetic Dualism, Irony, and The Onion
Nathan Wilson, Irony and Silence/Ironies of Silence: On the Politics of Not Laughing
Ted Gournelos, Irony, Community, and the Intelligent Design Debate in South Park and The Simpsons
Matthew Jordan, Thinking with Foucault about Truth-Telling and The Daily Show Catherine Burwell and Megan Boler, Calling on the Colbert Nation: Fandom, Politics and Parody in an Age of Media Convergence
Amber Day,Are They For Real? Activism and Ironic Identities
Graham Meikle, Naming and Shaming: News Satire and Symbolic Power
Henry Jenkins and Stephen Duncombe, Special Section: A Transcript of a Public Conversation: "Politics in the Age of YouTube"
Special Section: "Forum on the Film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan"
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit of Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan: The Ecstasy and the Agony, Christie Davies
(Mis)reading Borat: The Risks of Irony in the Digital Age, Paul Lewis
What is Offensive to Whom in Borat, and What Should Offend Us? John Morreall
Borat and the Targets of Cinematic Comedy, Elliott Oring
How Borat Lowers the Bar of Political Satire: The Joke is On Us, Megan Boler