The Daily Show (1996– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, News, Talk-Show


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Providing comedy/news in the tradition of TV Nation and SNL's Weekend Update, Comedy Central's Daily Show reports on the foibles and of the real world with a satirical edge. In addition to ... See full summary »

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  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah at an event for The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah at an event for The Daily Show (1996)

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23 January 2003 | tRiVi8L
One of the funniest shows on TV.
From Jon Stewart's zany wit to Stephen and Steven's outrageous sarcasm, to Lewis Black's volcanic sardonic rants, to Mo Rocca's clever political satire, to the sly, subtle, absurd humor from regulars such as Tolan, Woods, Walls, Helms, Corddry, Harris, et al. ... this wonderful, unique, insightful, and unbelievably hilarious tv show is truly a delight to watch.

For many young adults, the complex truths and shades of grey in this new "adult world" tend to be oversimplified and broadly painted by the ratings crazed popular News Media. It is a relief and a comfort to view a program to poke fun and point out the underlying absurdity of it all. Understand, this show does not preach, and its intentions are first, and foremost, to crack jokes and promote laughter. But in an era when lowbrow, kitschy humor and shock seem to be the easiest path to laughter, it is a pleasure and a blessing to have such a smart, witty, and insightful show as this one.

Not to be missed.

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