"I'd call and be like, 'What are you guys doing?' 'We're having a game night where we're all playing,'" Jon explained. "I hear them cackling and laughing in the background and I'm like, 'Hmm, I'm on the turnpike.'"
One thing Jon's not doing so much of? Keeping up on Trevor in his former Daily Show digs.
"We watch what the kids watch," Jon admitted. "There would be times where we would get away just the two of us and we'll end up in a hotel room turning on like the Disney Channel. It's embarrassing."
Spoken like a true parent!
But even though he doesn't have much time to tune in, Jon said that he does watch the clips, and absolutely raved about how Trevor is doing so far.
"Nobody should be that good," Jon contended. "He's four years younger now than I was when I first started the show and his just... his ease, and his grace, and confidence is just phenomenal. He's a phenomenal guy."
Meanwhile, Jon and Tracey's marriage appears to be going as strong as ever after 15 years. Over the weekend, the couple was honored by Farm Sanctuary, a group dedicated to creating a better life for animals and ending inhumane farming practices. They also announced they are opening up an animal sanctuary on their 12-acre Middletown, New Jersey farm.
"We have two new pigs from Farm Sanctuary that we adopted," Tracey said, with Jon jokingly adding, "I really went from working The Daily Show to running a PetSmart."
An opening date for the New Jersey Farm Sanctuary has yet to be announced, but the public is invited to follow its progress by liking The Daily Squeal on Facebook for daily updates through the eyes of the Stewarts' first sanctuary residents, two piglets named Anna and Maybelle Stewart.