What do you do?
Question: Beyond a simple title, how would you describe what you do for a living?
Josh Lieb: I am sort of . . . I’m . . . I work . . . I’m Co-Executive Producer of the “Daily Show” with Jon Stewart. And I’m basically an enabler for Jon. You know he’s . . . Jon, in a way, doesn’t really need anybody else. But you know there are a few of us who are there to kind of help out. So I . . . I write material for him. I help shape material that other people write for him. I, you know . . . We sit around and we come up with what’s going to be on the show and this and that – me, him and a few other people. That’s . . . I . . . I . . . I think enabling is . . . is . . . is . . . is the proper verb. I’m Jon’s wing man, but he’s got a couple.
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