“you are welcome The Daily ShowMy name is John Stewart.
The comedian has made his return to Comedy Central and is wowing.
“Now where was I? I’m excited to be back. Why am I back, you might be asking yourself, a very fair question. I have committed a lot of crimes and as far as I understand, the talk show host has been given immunity. It doesn’t mean much, but bring it up with the founders.
Stewart was returning to the franchise and replaced Trevor Noah, who had left a year earlier, helped by a few celebrity guest hosts in between.
He started the show, as usual, with some good-natured political enthusiasm. He also managed to take another dig at Apple, which had canceled his previous show The Problem with Jon Stewart due to his interest in talking about some tough topics for the tech giant.
“We will have a lot to talk about this year; The election, maybe we’ll talk about China, AI, something mild, Israel/Palestine,” he said.
After some Super Bowl jokes, they focused on the conspiracy involving Taylor Swift and her relationship with Super Bowl winner Travis Kelce over the CIA’s attempt to turn her into a spy for President Biden.
He said, “It’s almost as if the right wing’s ridiculous obsession with politicizing every aspect of American life ruins everything.”
Stewart, who came to the taping to the sound of Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run, then brought back one of his audience’s favorite bits: Indecision.
He softly launched a few titles: Indecision 2024: American Democracy (“We added a ‘k’, which makes it more intelligent”), Indecision 2024: Electile Dysfunction (“We changed one letter, are you disappointed yet ?) and Indecision 2024: Antiques Roadshow.
In a classic Stewart move, he then got serious. “There’s one thing I’ve learned over these past nine years, and I was dismissive of it at best, and probably dismissive of it at worst, that the job of making this world look like a world you’d like to live in is a lunchpail. It’s bullshit work, day in, day out, where thousands of committed smart and dedicated people knock on closed doors and pick up fallen people and wrangle over issues until they get positive results. Yet, to make sure they get results Stay intact, have to persist. The good news is that I am not saying that you do not need to worry about who wins the election, I am saying that you should worry about who wins the election, before and after every day, “Will have to worry forever. However, on the positive side, I’m told the Sun will run out of hydrogen,” he said.
Later in the show, Desi Lydick and Michael Costa go on a mission. Lydic plans to spend nine months in a Michigan diner and Costa is in the same diner, but with “a real portion of the food, not a booth section of all the coastal elite Democrats and their fancy support.”
Dulce Sloan was outside the same eatery and was calling the election a reboot. “It’s the same shit again, it’s just a reboot, we don’t need just the same show with an old but familiar face,” she said in a nice slam at Stewart.
“You’re talking about the candidates?”
“Yeah, they already had this job, now these old white guys have to come back and reclaim it, like come on, do something new, don’t be so desperate, let someone else run the show,” she joked. Did.
“We’re talking about the election, yes?” Stewart asked.
“I said what I said,” he replied.
Apparently Ronny Chiang was also at the same restaurant.
Meanwhile, in the studio, Jordan Klepper was behind the desk with Stewart. “Shouldn’t you be out talking to some rebels in the parking lot?”
“Have you saved democracy yet?” Klepper asked. “With your 90s satire and bias of both kinds. Searing John.
Stewart revealed that Klepper would host the rest of the week. Klepper said, “It’s great to have you back.” “This is going to be so much fun.”
Tonight’s guest was Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist.
“It’s been a blast,” Stewart said, before launching her first Moment of Zen in eight years.
The episode is being simulcast on CMT, Logo, MTV, MTV2, Paramount Network, Pop, and TV Land.
Exec produced by showrunner Jane Flanz, Stewart and her manager James “Baby Doll” Dizon and co-executive produced by Ramin Hedyati, Justin Melkman and Zubin Parnag and directed by David Paul Mayer, it is produced by Stewart’s Busboy Productions and MTV. Produced by Entertainment Studios.
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