quite have Conan's coif or Leno's jawline, but Jon Stewart,
the smug chatterbox with the penchant for political wit who
performs Saturday at Foxwoods' Fox Theatre, is slowly but surely
establishing himself in the pantheon of talk show hosts. Take
this quip on stardom, which did not happen overnight for Stewart:
Fame is great, he says, “but Letterman keeps breaking
into my house.” Funny.
everywhere are blessed to have George Bush in the White House.
Few comics, however, have done a better job lampooning the present
administration than Stewart and his staff. As host of “The
Daily Show” on Comedy Central, Stewart's self-deprecating
humor and incisive jabs at American culture have made his show
a circuit stop for the biggest names in politics and the performing
not familiar with Stewart's brand of humor, imagine Dennis Miller
without the self-congratulatory air and abrasive edge. Stewart
makes you laugh and makes you think. But he isn't shy about
showing his silly side.
are $33-$44. The show begins at 9 p.m. The show contains adult
content. Call 1-800-200-2882.