“Yeah, you, uh, you won,” was Jon Stewart’s concession speech to former employee, partner and best friend Stephen Colbert on Thursday Late show. Stewart mentioned it as the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Comedy Center stars Rally to restore loss of mind and / or fearThe daring, daring couple attended the attack in protest against Fox News’s previous and present plots Apocalypse has beetle eyes Demonstration by Glenn Beck for sullenness, anger white person at the same time. (Beck held his white grievance rally on The March On Washington anniversary, just to make sure everyone knew where the hate party before Trump was before. from.) Anyway, Stewart – spoke from a dark space and like a proper bunker—For Colbert his decade-end props, noting that it was Colbert’s rogue right-wing extremist who had actually predicted how everyone would be worried watching their TV and phone in the basements devastated by their pandemic, is waiting to see if the stubborn reality TV show, who rides a wave of white American outrage and irreverent racism to the White House will be re-elected. In three days.
“I’m not fine, Stephen,” Stewart admitted as Colbert victorious apologetically asked his friend how he really was. “I’m worried, I’m scared, I’m lonely,” admits Stewart, not shaving. Note that, when he appeared on Colbert’s show about 11 days after Donald Trump’s inauguration (for him the stubborn) back in 2016, he felt like he was getting old. at least four years oldGrizzly Stewart told Colbert he was – like everyone except the creators advertising campaign – just want this to end. Of course, he knew which outcome would be best (for his sanity, country, dignity and human survival), but Stewart compared his current state to a The marathon runner, who doesn’t know whether the next lump next flickering on the road is the Hillside Pain, or just the halfway point in a painful and uncertain slogan that can interrupt, hurt, break interval.
When asked what the metaphor’s ending point was, Stewart said, “To me this man is no longer the president, and one thousand people a day not dying of a disease we don’t understand ”. Colbert tried to comfort his friend by saying that at least it would all be over on Tuesday, right? (Colbert is tempting fate by running another Showtime Live Election Special.) Except, as Stewart said, thanks to COVID, vote-by-mail ballot and Republican efforts to prevent states from counting votes. letter and legal absentee ballot, we may not really know where we are on the track on Tuesday night. Jokingly, apart from Trump and his GOP accomplices’ The plan was hardly concealed once again undermining American democracy by rigging this important election, an asteroid could hit us on Monday, “because that’s the damn year!”, Stewart proved real. shock when Colbert told Stewart about His next guest, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
See Was an asteroid planned to pass dangerously past the Earth on Monday, and it was really a damn year. Will Stewart really welcome the fire, Independence Day– This world-destructive style if that means he doesn’t have to put on his late night show boots and goes deep inside Bullshit Mountain again (regardless of who the presidential election winner is )? Probably not – after all Apple TV Plus money It’s certainly pretty sweet – but, as political satirees around the world have discovered over the past four years, stupid, pointless, and horrible real-life daily news is a gigs. more difficult than ever. As Colbert told Stewart from inside the nightly political comedy, “Jon, it’s 2020 – all the metaphors are real.” At least, at the grateful Stewart’s urging, Colbert was able to access his dusty Tolkien memory palace and open up an impressively stretching, goosebumps passage of finding hope. even in the darkest, most terrifying nights.. Hey, if the metaphor doesn’t work, maybe the fairy tale will save us.