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After 7 Years on ‘The Day by day Show,’ Trevor Noah Says ‘It’s Time’ to Depart

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Trevor Noah announced his departure from “The Day by day Show” on Thursday, almost seven years to the day since he took over from Jon Stewart.

Noah expressed his gratitude to everyone who’d supported Comedy Central’s “crazy selection” to rent “this random African” whom “no person knew on this side of the world.”

“It’s been absolutely amazing. It’s something that I never expected. And I discovered myself pondering throughout the time, you understand, every little thing we’ve undergone. The Trump presidency, the pandemic, just the journey of, you understand, the more pandemic.” — TREVOR NOAH

“Frankie Lasagna feels like the name Robert De Niro checks into hotels to avoid paparazzi.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Frankie Lasagna feels like the name of Trump’s next lawyer.” — JIMMY FALLON

On the “Tonight Show,” Robert De Niro played a game of hot hands with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday’s cold open.

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