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The Daily Show With Jon Stewart: Season 13 (2008)
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America deserves political satire now, and the strike leaves Stewart in a poor position to provide it.
The Colorado stereotypes continued: "You're all in very good shape." Mountains, beer, trout and horseback -- no cliche image went untapped.
The show was a well-oiled machine at this point, and it knew the best ways to get people to embarrass themselves.
During the dog days of the Writers Guild of America strike, Stewart presented a shaggy, scaled-back version of the series called A Daily Show. But once the strike was over and the writers returned, in February 2008, his giddiness was palpable.
Stewart's persona is sardonic but, at times, it was hard to tell when he was joking and when was serious. His long-winded explanation of internet residuals was perplexing.
What a pleasure it was to have Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert return to TV last night. Both hosts hit just the right tone with everything, right from the start.
His show has indeed been cathartic, part of a daily healing process as a helpful tonic reminding us we aren't alone in the world and giving us hope that maybe things could change.
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