It is neither unique nor particularly innovative to state that Jon Stewart had an impact on political discourse in our country—and on policy. Stewart radically changed the scope of “The Daily Show” when he took over hosting duties in 1999, fostered and launched incredible comedic talent (Steve Carrell, Larry Wilmore, Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms, Jessica Williams, and more), and ushered in a new landscape of comedic media and political criticism. (He was even summoned to the White House to hear pitches from President Obama!) Scores of people care about what Jon Stewart said on “The Daily Show"—whether for comedy, media criticism, political catharsis, or all of the above.
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Click here to watch Anders Holm fill Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani in on some of the perks of being on Comedy Central in a clip from last night’s The Meltdown. And don’t miss this performance by Weird Al!