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In a Black mood

When 'Daily Show' comedian Lewis Black rants and raves, people laugh

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / May 2, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Lewis Black is calm. It's a few minutes before the start of "The Daily Show," and after a pleasant chat with the makeup woman, he asks host Jon Stewart about his impending fatherhood. Black leaves the building, and, out on the sidewalk, reads over his script, even smiling at a couple of fans who say "hi" as ... (Full Article: 1558 Words)

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