Advertisements So... anyone else watch the conclusion to the war between Jon Stewart and CNBC? I'll repost here the thoughts that I posted on another blog: 1) Jon Stewart has been indignant in the past when people suggested that TDS is a news show. With this interview, which took up the entire show and was not satire or comedy in the least, Stewart (IMHO) can no longer say with any credibility that TDS is not a news show. 2) While Cramer is arguably complicit in the sins of the network, he is not the network, but Stewart took him to task as if he were. At the same time, Stewart complained repeatedly that Cramer was reacting too personally... well, what is he supposed to do? He's not in charge of the network, he can only respond to what he did, and like the article says, to his credit he didn't do much to defend himself. In any case, if Jon wanted someone to really take the blame for the network, he needs to have the network head on, not just a host of one show on the network.