A very underrated part of the show
The Daily Show
Release date: Jul 22, 1996
Season count: 17
Mpaa rating: TV-14
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You really do get the news and laugh your way to good health too. I love this show! It is good for the mind, body and soul. Cutting edge humor and right on top of the latest political antics and hypocracies. My kind of sarcasim and I always love Jon's interviews...both insightful and funny!
Sad but true. Because even though he's obviously Liberal, he also picks on the liberals when they're being stupid. he's actually fair and balanced.
Some say Colbert is funnier, but Stewart is preforming a public service.
Razor sharp wit, well backed-up, well researched arguments. Jon is great at using humour and mockery to get his point across and simultaneously ridicule any epic mess-ups in politics/news
Cons: It's a sad state of events when the most trusted news source in the US comedy show.
Using comedy they point out the absurdities in politics; poking at all sides in their acts. They're often treated as the 'least biased' news source, though they're comedians commenting on news media.
Cons: The show has developed some bias over time as they have become more influential and confident. Other news programs mock their tactics and reporting, and ironically treat them as a rival news ...
Intelligent and sardonic in their views on what is actually going on in the world. Oddly enough, they are correct and easy to agree with most of the time, even if it is not meant to be a news show.
Cons: Some pieces do fall drier than others, although, that can be up to interpretation.
Along with The Colbert Report this show is mandatory viewing for my wife and I every night (well, DVRed from the night before). Funny and more insightful than anything else out there.
Cons: They truly go after anyone worth mocking so no matter who you like you could find yourself getting thin-skinned at times.