Maybe it’s time to forgive Trevor Noah for not being Jon Stewart.

The new “Daily Show” host is finding his footing after a rough start replacing the man who made the broadcast essential. His comedy has grown sharper, he’s becoming more comfortable with his adopted country and he’s finding an audience of his own, even if smaller than his predecessor’s.

“Some people are still going, ‘you’re not Jon Stewart,'” Noah said. “Some people are still grading me accordingly … They’re doing the wrong thing. They’re grading me on something I’m not trying to do. Many of them have caught on, some faster than others. All I can do is make the show for the people who wish to watch it.”

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