Goodnightly, Everyone!

August 18, 2016 - Jon Stewart 08/18/2016 Views: 4,531

Larry shows his appreciation for the cast and crew of The Nightly Show and keeps it 100 about what's next for him on the horizon. (2:12)

Thank you.

Uh, before we sign offfor the last time...

uh, thank you.

I just want to say thanks somuch again to Comedy Central

for giving me this opportunity.

Also, thank you to Jon Stewartfor believing in me.

-(cheers and applause)-Um...

Back in the day, Jon, you haveno idea what that's meant to me.

And thanks to our amazing staff,cast and crew who've worked

so hard every dayto bring you this show.

You guys are the best.

You really are.

Thank you.

And I want to especiallythank our fans

who have been just amazing.

The outpouring of loveand support this week

has been overwhelming.

And even the haters, yourpassion is fantastic, guys.

It is.

It is.Let me tell you something,

never undervaluethe passion of a hater.


Now, before each show, I havea Q and A with the audience,

and the number onequestion I get is,

"Why is your map upside down?"


And I always say,

"Well, I disagreewith your premise."



You see, upside downis just an opinion.

If you were floating in space,

the Earth could takeon any orientation.

But, as a culture, we've allagreed with the opinion

that the world should be seenin a certain way.

So, at The Nightly Show, our chief mission

was to disagreewith that premise

and to see the world in a way...


Thank you.


And to see the world in a way

that may not makeeverybody comfortable.

And to present it with a castof people who don't always

get to have a voice on that.


(cheers and applause)

On that front, I feel thatwe've been very successful.

And I couldn't be prouderof what we accomplished.

So, once again, thank youso much for allowing me

into your, uh, homes andof course it's the last episode,

and I got to keep it a hundred.

(cheers and applause)


So, I'll just say this,I'm not done yet.

(cheers and applause)

Good Nightly, everyone.

(cheers and applause)

MAN: Ooh, sorry.