Entertainment News – Jon Stewart always gets the last laugh. And on Thursday night — before he presents a final “Moment of Zen” as host of “The Daily Show” — he’s expected to give fans a sendoff packed with his biting brand of satire.
His last edition of the long-running series airs at 11 p.m. ET on Comedy Central, with a guest list sure to include some of his fellow comedians.
But it’s Stewart’s serious side that has helped to make the maestro of “fake news” a late-night staple for the past 16 years.
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While 52-year-old Stewart’s next move has yet to be revealed, here are some of his most raw and moving moments from the anchor desk:
Wrenching 9/11 Monologue
Stewart was less than three years into his role as “Daily Show” host when he was faced with the horrors of 9/11. Returning to the airwaves nine days after the attacks, he used his opener to try and make sense of the terrorist attack — and inspire hope.
“The view from my apartment was the World Trade Center. Now it is gone and they attacked it,” Stewart said. “This symbol of American … continue reading
Via:: Costa Rican Times