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A ‘Daily Show’ Reunion Happened and It Was Awesome

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Some of the former stars of “The Daily Show” reunited on Tuesday during a broadcast of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The special episode brought together Jon Stewart, Rob Corddry, Samantha Bee, John Oliver and Ed Helms for an amazing reunion. The reminisced about their time on the show, played old clips and commented on what it was like to work for the comedy-satire show. They even produced a new sketch fictionalizing Stephen Colbert’s last day on the show.

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History and Legacy of “The Daily Show”

Comedy Central began airing “The Daily Show” in 1996. The first host was Craig Kilborn. Stewart took over in 1999. With Stewart at the helm, the comedy-satire show became more of a news source than the actual news for millions of Americans and people around the world. Stewart himself was viewed as more trustworthy than many real journalists.

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The Daily Show” also launched a number of careers and shows. Colbert was a correspondent on the show before launching the spinoff “The Colbert Report” before taking over  “The Late Show” from David Letterman. Samantha Bee now hosts “Full Frontal” and John Oliver is the host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.” Meanwhile, Helms and Corddry have gone on to successful movie careers.  Trevor Noah took over for Stewart at “The Daily Show” in 2015.

Part three: (Stephen’s “Last Day”)

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