Stephen observes Rosh Hashanah by taking an apologetic call from Jeff Tweedy on the Atone Phone.
The Jewish New Year begins, and Ira Glass apologizes for never having Stephen on his radio show.
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Turmoil strikes the Middle East, and Harvard University President Drew Faust joins Stephen.
John Lithgow phones in to research Norwegians.
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It's time to celebrate the Jewish New Year, and Ken Burns talks about Prohibition.
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The Republican base is looking for alternatives, but are their alternatives looking for them?
Tags: chris christie, pundits, media, internet, republicans, indecision, indecision 2012, elections, candidates, impressions, mental health, college, animals, the sopranos, newt gingrich, rosh hashanah, holidays, jewish, chuck schumer, new jersey, bill o'reilly
Seth Rogen talks about Jewish guilt and explores the funny side of cancer.
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Stephen calls on every Jewish member of the television academy to beg for his forgiveness.
This unprecedented financial crisis is great news for George W. Bush's legacy.
If Congress has to save the economy without Feingold and Lieberman, so be it.
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