Without too much time passing since Jon Stewart left his post as host of The Daily Show, you can see that his influence on comedy, television, political discourse, satire, and the media as a whole is undeniable.
The oral history captured in The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History as Told by Jon Stewart, The Correspondents, Staff, and Guests should give you an unprecedented look as to how that happened.
Vulture points out some big takeaways from the book in case you’re not already intrigued from Kilborn’s absence in the book to details on Stewart’s take down of Jim Cramer.
Read an excerpt here.
Get it from Amazon here.