Who would win in a Daily Show battle royale? The correspondents place their bets.
The mild mannered correspondents reveal the identities of their crime-fighting alter egos.
The correspondents are experts at appearing intelligent without having to do any thinking at all.
Xanti9 asks The Daily Show correspondents what their younger selves would say about them today.
MusicBlaze5000 asks The Daily Show correspondents if there is an official correspondent initiation.
Smith1234 asks The Daily Show correspondents if they think the world will end in 2012.
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Lil'Hugo asks The Daily Show correspondents what they do to help the children of the world.
ARodCentaur asks The Daily Show correspondents if they ever bulk up to try and get ahead.
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When riding an animal to work, you have to think about speed, comfort and style.
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The correspondents explain how their childhoods lead them to The Daily Show.
The correspondents know the meaning of life, but aren't telling.
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