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“This is The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, the most important television program, ever.”
I think I now understand what it was like for people who said goodbye to Johnny Carson, because I feel like I’ve done the same thing TWICE in less than a year.
Watching the final episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart wasn’t quite as sad as when Stephen Colbert signed off: I felt like Stephen still had work to do and was leaving us too soon, where as with Jon Stewart, I felt more at peace with the move, even if I didn’t want it to happen.
The final episode was handled perfectly (just as Colbert’s was), and it showed off what was best about the show: it was all about the team. As usual, Jon Stewart deflected the attention away from him and let the supporting cast around him shine.
The show was always good, but I don’t think it was ever better than the cast in this photo. I had completely forgotten Ed Helms and Rob Corddry were on alongside Steve Carrell and Nancy Walls.
I’ve been watching the show since before Jon was even the host, and, I’ll admit I wasn’t the biggest fan of his at first. The transition from Craig Kilborn to Jon Stewart was a bit awkward and rocky at first. The show definitely had some growing pains under Stewart, but eventually it found its voice. And what a voice it was.