Hank Stuever

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Television critic at the Washington Post

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Jon Stewart’s announcement that he’ll be leaving The Daily Show was almost an after-thought at the end of his program on Tuesday.

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Jon Stewart’s announcement that he’ll be leaving The Daily Show was almost an after-thought at the end of his program on Tuesday.

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On Sunday, two series return to the airwaves — the HBO's  Girls  and Showtime's  Shameless .

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On Sunday, two series return to the airwaves — the HBO's Girls and Showtime's  Shameless .

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