The issues we tackle on The Problem With Jon Stewart are Too Big for TV™—so they spill over into the brilliantly titled The Problem With Jon Stewart podcast. Jon is joined by the staff and expert guests for nuanced discussions, updates on action items, and airing of grievances from writers over jokes that didn’t make the show.The Problem With Jon Stewart is an Apple TV+ podcast produced by Busboy Productions.
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The conversation was fine but too much fascination on praising drug use which is not the point of the discussion. It takes focus away from the topic and is distracting. Discussion was lighthearted around a serious topic. If you want to have fun and be funny, pick topics that that match the energy.
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I love John Stewarts commentary, but his staff definitely rubs me the wrong way. They’re way too into themselves and their jokes, despite the content not being funny. Perhaps it’s their delivery or lack of stage presence, but it could also be their condescending attitudes. Regardless, the show can be interesting at times even with John and Co.’s ideological bent.
Uninteresting banter at the beginning. Good when he starts interviewing. Co-hosts not entertaining .
John’s analysis and commentary is pure gold, but his staff often come off as self-important obnoxious millennials (I am a millennial so know plenty of these types). I wish the show would focus more on John interviewing legislators, policy makers, economists, etc.
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The Problem With Jon Stewart launched 10 months ago and published 28 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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