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show

(Display), noun affectation, amusement, array, ceremony, chance, color, deceptive appearance, delusion, demonstration, distortion, exhibit, exhibition, façade, flashiness, flourish, frills, front, illusion, manifestation, materialization, occasion, outward show, parade, phenomenon, pomp, pomposity, pose, presence, pretense, pretext, revelation, scene, semblance, show, showiness, sight, simulation, specious appearance, splash, trick, veneer, window-dressing
Associated concepts: show cause

show

(Production), noun entertainment, exhibition, exposition, performance, presentation, spectacle

show

(Come into view), verb be seen, be visible, bring under notice, make one see, materialize, present one's self

show

(Detail), verb adduce, attest, bare, be visible, bear, cite, clarify, demean, demonstrate, denote, depict, designate, detail, disclose, display, document, edify, establish, evidence, evince, exemplify, exhibit, expose, express, furnish evidence, illustrate, indicate, inform, instruct, lay bare, make known, manifest, point out, point the way, portray, present, present one's self, prove, render, represent, reveal, set forth, set straight, signify, specify, tell, testify, unveil, unfold, unmask
See also: adduce, appearance, argue, bare, bear, betray, brandish, cite, clarify, color, demean, demonstrate, denote, denude, depict, designate, detail, discipline, disclose, disinter, display, document, edify, educate, emerge, establish, evince, exhibit, explain, expose, express, expression, flaunt, histrionics, hypocrisy, illustrate, indicate, instruct, introduce, look, manifest, manifestation, performance, phenomenon, portray, present, pretense, pretext, produce, prove, purport, render, represent, semblance, signify, specify, state, teach, testify, unveil
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Javerbaum -- who himself is moonlighting outside "The Daily Show," collaborating on a musical version of the John Waters film "Cry-Baby" -- admits that correspondents move on because they're "asked to do variations of the same thing over and over, and that can get old from time to time.
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Balancing entertainment and information in a single show is not easy, but it is now the networks' job, and some do it better than others.
Too far, and they won't commit to dates for smaller shows - if they get a million square foot show they bump you.
In large part, the success of a live call-in show will depend on identifying a camera-savvy host to moderate the program.
These groups made careers possible for choreographers, as well as providing jobs for many dancers, Herbert Ross, for example, was an imaginative choreographer who wasn't given much leeway with the dance group of the All-Star Comedy Show, but he would adapt what he learned for his later films.
Carlton's lack of street smarts and street language made him ridiculous on the show.