Skip to comments.Comedian Trevor Noah: "I Always Wanted to be Black..."
Posted on 02/15/2012 6:42:23 PM PST by 11th_VA
From his appearance on the Tonight Show
That was hilarious! I can imagine a bunch of white liberals watching this and getting mad. How DARE he poke fun at a protected minority! LOL!
He has another routine where he rips the UNICEF infomercials - priceless !
That was pretty funny.
What’s so funny is it takes an outsider from the US to point out how silly we are sometimes. And not doing it in a superior, snooty way.
I’m amazed! That guy got some funny.
Funny guy - thanks for posting ...
Exquisite skewering of PC. He's gotta be working on the N Word Project.
Will be sharing this! funny and not dirty! Unusual in comedy lately.
“You know how the Swiss like chocolate...” LMAO
Thanks, LV...finally, a funny comedian!
Thanks for finding this for me oldteen.
I did a search on youtube and found a pretty funny one as well. I wonder if the guy is a freeper?
You’re welcome. I was skeptical, at first, to even watch it last night as I’d never heard of him but glad I did as he really is a funny guy!
Trevor Noah replaces leftist turd Jon Stewart as Daily Show host, and his first episode is tonight. Could he be a closet conservative? He doesn’t strike me as particularly right-wing, but liberals are freaking out and going absolutely nuclear on him:
Trevor Noah gives Fox News a free pass: The new Daily Show could be great for Ailes and Hannity, bad for America
Doesn’t trash the GOP with every breath? Must be a right-winger?!
Well, I checked it out. He looks eerily like Obama’s little cousin but he’s funnier and a LOT more likable than that commie turd, Stewart, who I can’t stand to look that.
Not to mention Colbert who is just atrocious taking over for Letterman.
Heh. That's pretty much the arguement on these leftist blogs... "OMG THIS TREVOR NOAH DOESN'T UTTERLY DESPISE EVERY POLITICIAN WITH AN "R" NEXT TO THEIR NAME AND WON'T PLEDGE TO TRASH FOX NEWS ON EVERY SHOW.... ROTTEN BASTARD IS A DISGRACE TO JON STEWART'S LEGACY!!!!"
I watched Noah's first Daily Show episode tonight (and my first Daily Show episode in 15 years!). It was okay. He had some really funny bits reacting to the Pope's speech and referring to Pope Francis as a "young Bernie Sanders" and one part where he imagined crack and meth fighting over which one of them kills people faster. It was also Roy Wood Jr.'s first episode on the Daily Show as a correspondent, and he had the funniest bit -- he started it by blurting out about he doesn't a crap about whether there's water on Mars during the science news segment. Noah's interview with Kevin Hart was bland and unremarkable, he needs to learn how to interview guests on a comedy show.
The leftists on the internet want Noah to trash Chris Christie when he's Wednesday's night's guest (because he has an "R" to his name, of course). They will likely be disappointed.
The show's format was very much "Jon Stewart lite" in its first episode, but it was the same way when Jon Stewart took over in 1999 and the first episode was "Craig Kilborn lite" and nothing like the know-it-all, in-your-face, smug liberal mouthpiece that we associate with Stewart's Daily Show today. Trevor Noah also played the whole show wayyyy too "safe" and "predictable". The 90's Daily Show was much more spontaneous and zany.
I'm guessing it will change over time as Noah finds his groove and incorporates his own segments and team. It's a learning curve for him and the show is in a transitional state now.
At least I can watch The Daily Show for more than five minutes now.
Good analysis. I liked his opening (Pope sexting and making fun of Mr. Tears) and the segment on Mars.
The bit with the congressional corespondent and the interview with Hart, no. He showed his greenness as a host there.
An aside, I’m sure glad Francis didn’t come here. Those crowds.
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