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 at an event for The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Hasan Minhaj in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah at an event for The Daily Show (1996)
  • Trevor Noah in The Daily Show (1996)
  • Roy Wood Jr. and Trevor Noah at an event for The Daily Show (1996)

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4 March 1999 | Tug-3
Now better than ever.
I have always liked the edgy, sometimes-cruel humor of "The Daily Show," but now that it has Jon Stewart at the helm I like it more than ever. Craig Kilborn was a talented host, but he often bordered on being severely unlikeable, and somehow malicious towards his guests. Jon Stewart brings to the show a much more developed sense of comic timing, plus a split-second wittiness and a knack for snappy comebacks. He has an obvious rapport with his guests, and consistently produces the funniest and most honest interviews on television. Meanwhile, the On-the-Spot reports have maintained the same level of hilarity, assaulting the pretentiousness of people who can't seem to realize they are the butt of a joke. And as sacreligious as it is, I can't get enough of the hysterical "God Stuff" portion of the show, which manages to strip bare the ignorance and hypocrisy that surround tele-theology in a few short minutes. The folks at "The Daily Show" would be well-advised to keep up the outstanding comedic work.

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