Well, The Daily Show funnyman John Oliver did not exactly recommend stealing the six rather heavy looking, grand crystal chandeliers at the St. Regis Hotel, but he did refer to them a few times, as emblematic of the posh surroundings at the same time that he advised the gown and tuxedo clad crowd to follow the British’s lead when it comes to stocking their museums. “Steal as much as you can. It works for us,” he joked. “Then you won’t have to have a benefit dinner.” Honoring Philippe Dauman, Chief Executive Officer of Viacom, Randy Falco, President and Chief Executive Officer of Univision Communications, and George Kaufman, Chairman of Kaufman Astoria Studios, Mayor Michael Bloomberg included this Museum of the Moving Image event in his rounds, pointing out that the city had 50 ½ million tourists last year: “We are the media capital of the world.” Perhaps keyed to the Queens-based museum’s recent exhibition of Jim Henson’s legacy, he said: I took Kermit to a Yankee game and offered to buy him popcorn. He’s a cheap date. The frog said, I’ll just go out in the field and catch some flies.