I hope Noah addresses his past, because his words aren’t going to go away. But I hope also that that fate of a show that matters deeply to a lot of us doesn’t rest on the swift and often unforgiving mob justice of the Internet. Noah’s been ignorant and unfunny. I don’t want his head for that. I just want him to now show us he’s a better man, because that’s what “The Daily Show” deserves. And if he isn’t, the network behind it should be pretty clear now that we won’t stand for it.
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