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Jon Stewart entered the home stretch of his 16 years on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" Monday, with 12 more nights of jokes at the expense of those who make and report the news before he signs off for good on Aug. 6 .With Letterman's retirement, Stewart was the only person in late-night TV with the gravitas to pull that off.As Stewart's days wind down, the show has packaged a handful of self-deprecatory clips – Stewart breaking into song, complaining about his health or admitting to interview subjects that he hadn't read the book or seen the movie the guest was there to promote.Stewart is conscious of making the final few weeks relatively low-key, Lowitt said.Stewart, who took the summer off two years ago to make his first feature film, "Rosewater," hasn't said what he's doing next.It ensures the sensibility of "The Daily Show" will remain, even if Stewart doesn't.
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