Humor, Without a Safety Net
Joanna Weiss ’94 assesses efforts by TV funnymen Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to work without their writers, who are still on strike...
In the Boston Globe, Joanna Weiss ’94 assesses efforts by TV funnymen Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to work without their writers, who are still on strike. Her conclusion: Stewart and Colbert aren't as funny on their own, but it still beats doing without The Daily Show and The Colbert Report altogether.
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