Jon Stewart Beats His Critics with his Self-Deprecating Return to “The Daily Show”

Jon Stewart return to Daily Show

Jon Stewart Return to The Daily Show

Jon Stewart return to The Daily Show in last night’s episode. The ultimate late-night satirist has returned. And, surprisingly, a portion of the show’s most diehard followers may not be all that glad to see him return. That is because, in his most memorable episode returning as host — almost nine years after he initially left — Stewart took regarding a matter that even his most liberal fans could view as sensitive: the possibility that worries about what age might have meant for President Joe Biden aren’t really exaggerated.

He showed how the former president couldn’t remember basic things during court depositions like how long he had been married to Marla Maples or whether he had bragged about how awesome his memory was (“It turns out, the leading cause of early onset dementia is being deposed”. Stewart cracked after showing a montage of Trump’s grown children having same recall issues). He likewise talked obtusely about the whimsical way of behaving of Biden’s possible adversary for the administration, Donald Trump.

From the show’s initial minutes, Stewart moved once more into the host’s seat without thinking twice, shooting messes with a recognizable style that felt like he had left only half a month prior, as opposed to in 2015. He brought a certainty the program woefully needs; it’s been looking for a super durable host for over a year since the takeoff of Trevor Noah, who succeeded Stewart as host.

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About Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz

Jon StewartJonathan Stuart Leibowitz) was born on November 28, 1962. He is an American comedian, director, writer, producer, political commentator, actor, and television host. He hosted The Problem with Jon Stewart  on Apple TV from 2021 to 2023. Stewart has received many Awards  including

  • 22 Primetime Emmy Awards
  • Two Grammy Awards
  • Five Peabody Awards

He was also honored with the Bronze Medallion in 2019, and the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2022.

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