|The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
|The Women's Vote|
When I first viewed the above Daily Show sketch, I had mixed feelings: like the women in the interview, I recognize the point Jason Jones was trying to prove, and I get that it was funny to see such an exaggerated version of the womanless-conversations-about-women we've been seeing in politics lately. But like those women in the interview, I also wonder if he went too far by never really giving them a chance to speak. Especially in light of The Daily Show's history of under-representing women, maybe it was in poor taste.
What do you think? Was it a genuinely funny sketch that proved a political point, or did it reinforce what it claimed to critique?