Admitting that maybe everybody was just cranky about Crash's win when they trashed his first time at the podium, the Academy Awards is giving Jon Stewart another run at hosting the Oscars. In a typically self-deprecating press release, Stewart said he is "thrilled to be asked to host the Academy Awards for the second time because, as they say, the third time's a charm." His turn at the 2006 ceremony got memorably mixed reviews—with Stewart himself noting, "I sucked and was great!"—with the Associated Press calling him "too deferential" and "too nice," which led the Academy to really shake things up last February by calling on comic spitfire Ellen "Boo-Ya!" DeGeneres.