Watch: Samantha Bee asks Jon Stewart what to do with a tiny horse on ‘Full Frontal’

67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Press RoomPhoto by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

In a hilarious exchange on a recent episode of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, the TV show host politely asks former Daily Show host Jon Stewart what to do about an adorable tiny white horse who appears in her office. “Can you take him to your massage farm?” Bee wonders. Jon tells her that it’s not a massage farm, but a rescue farm. She jokes that “I’m pretty sure I heard that you gave up show business to go and professionally massage livestock.” 12-acre Bufflehead Farm in Middletown, New Jersey is where Jon and his wife, Tracey Stewart, now have all kinds of animals, from pigs to lambs, including Lily the “paintball pony,” who was targeted with paintballs before being rescued.

Watch the hilarious clip below:

Keep up with how the animals the Stewarts have rescued are doing on the farm’s Facebook page, The Daily Squeal. The animal-loving couple have big plans to help even more of these creatures; they are proceeding with plans to turn a 200-year-old Colts Neck farm into an animal sanctuary and agricultural education center, according to a recent article. “[T]he Colts Neck Sanctuary would house 4-6 cows, 2-4 pigs, 6-10 sheep, 6-10 goats, 2-4 horses and up to 50 chickens. The working farm would also supply produce to and teach visitors about sustainable agriculture and animal care.”

Sam welcomes an old friend to the office. Watch an all-new episode at SamanthaBee.com. #SamanthaBee

A photo posted by Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (@fullfrontalsamb) on