He won’t miss the daily grind, though. Noah explains that his days making the show were forever dominated by thoughts about the news. “I remember there was one Met Gala after party I was at,” he says. “You’re at this event, it’s amazing, everyone’s having a good time, you know there’s people dancing, there’s Rihanna, there’s Harry Styles, and I’m in a corner like, ‘Is the filibuster tomorrow? What’s happening tomorrow?'”
To emphasise how stressful the day-to-day was, Noah goes on to compare planning the show to planning a wedding.
“So you’re thinking who are the guests, what are you gonna wear, what’s going to happen, who’s going to be making a toast, what will the speeches be about, what’s everybody eating, who’s sitting where, how’s it all going — and then the wedding happens, and you go, ‘Alright, we’re doing another wedding tomorrow.'”