Where is everybody?

I'm relatively new to Sidereel, however every show page that I have visited has been filled with commentary about the latest episode. Even the crappy shows have followers. So when I visit the page of the Daily Show I expected a little more. Heck, I expected something. I wanted someone laughing at John's Dan Rather impersonation. Discussing the latest toss up. Or, dare I dream, bashing Palin and her absurdity. But do I get that? No, I get a strangely silent page and forum for the best show on television. Please don't make me cry, respond and let me know if there are silent watchers out there.

Comments

3 comments
Default avatar cat
Nov 26, 2008 12:35AM EST
I, like you, am a die hard Stewart fan. But unlike other shows, the Daily Show is fairly easy to find daily. I personally view it on the Comedy Central website. I think that is why this forum is so empty, because no one has to come here to get their fix.
Default avatar cat
Jan 13, 2009 3:30PM EST
Also, even though viewed a bunch, the daily show is easy to talk about with other people in real life. A lot of people watch it, so you could probably talk about it with a friend. For example, I'm going to talk to my brother about the latest daily show, and maybe some other people, but not a forty minute show, because chances are they don't watch it, or its not as simple.
Default avatar cat
Aug 7, 2009 4:56AM EDT
The best show on television you say? I think not. John is so over the top high on himself that it turns me off. If someone could just crank him down a few notches I think it would be great for the show.
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