So...what do you think of the new Daily Show? Personally, I think they handled everything just about perfectly. Short tribute to Jon, Trevor introducing himself a little, then on to the news, just as before. I saw the first episode on On Demand only last night, and I was a little concerned because I'd read lukewarm reviews. One said that Noah was a little too hyper. Another said he was imitating Jon Stewart. Well, the former was not true, and the latter...yeah, I'll admit, he did look like he was trying to be Jon. But to me, that wasn't a bad thing. It helped ease me into the show. It makes it easier, at least for me, to like a different host. And really, Jon's facial expressions and delivery were so pitch-perfect...why screw up a good thing? I'm sure that as Noah settles into the job he'll bring his own shtick to it, and we'll all grow used to that as well. And frankly, this was one of the funniest Daily Shows I've seen in a while. I have to believe that while there's a new guy on camera, the same witty writers are working behind the scenes. The political comedy didn't exactly skewer anybody...yet...but it was very funny. BTW, who the hell does the graphics for this show? They're really good enough to be on a real network newscast. And I like the new font. (Isn't that Gotham?) If anything was emblematic of the show, it was the opening credits. While the graphics were new and snazzy, befitting a new guy in the anchor chair, they kept the same music and the same open: "September 28th, 2015! From Comedy Central world news headquarters, this is The Daily Show with Trevor Noah!" A soothing synergy of new and old. Good job, Comedy Central. And good job, Trevor. At first glance, the show is in good hands.