For Clinton supporters, there's a lot of blame going around in the aftermath of Donald Trump's surprise victory on Election Day.
"Bernie [Sanders] supporters blaming Democrats for nominating Hillary [Clinton], Hillary supporters blaming the Bernie campaign for damaging their candidate, the media blaming Hillary for blaming the media," Samantha Bee said during the final segment of Monday night's Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
But the former Daily Show correspondent knows exactly who to blame for the the former reality TV's star rise to power - Jon Stewart, or more specifically, his absence from television during the sometimes crazy and insane election.
It's not as if Stewart hasn't been busy. In addition to running his 12-acre farm and animal sanctuary in Middletown, N.J., he's still hard at work on an animated cable news parody on HBO, which is expected to launch this winter.
Bee also jokingly blamed herself for for not throwing Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson off a climbing wall when he appeared on Bee's show earlier this year. Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein combined to draw about 4 percent of the national popular vote - the highest total by third parties since the contested 2000 election.
But with Thanksgiving fast approaching, Bee said she hopes everyone spends the holiday in their "happy place, like this guy."
The camera then cuts to Stewart, her former boss, enjoying his own "Moment of Zen" shading in a coloring book and happily singing, "It's over." The short cameo is Stewart's first appearance on television since Trump was elected president, and the former Daily Show host can hardly recognize himself.
"I've really turned into quite an odd person," Stewart admits.
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Stewart's positivity on Bee's show echos comments he made the 30th annual Farm Sanctuary gala held Saturday night at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
"There's been a lot of talk here tonight against Donald Trump, which has been hard for me, as a Trump supporter," Stewart joked. "But, in all seriousness, we're still the same people we were a week ago. We're still the same country that elected a guy named Barack Obama. Everything's going to be alright."
Stewart hasn't been completely invisible on television during this election cycle. Back in July, he showed up on The Late Show and replaced host Stephen Colbert for a takedown of Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention in a live segment that echoed his days behind the Daily Show desk.