The comedians learn questionable facts about their bodies from retro sex ed videos.
Jon pays tribute to Jason Jones and his 10 years as a correspondent on The Daily Show.
Tags: jason jones, middle east, wars, terminations and resignations, audience interaction, montages, flashbacks, nudity, penises, tattoos, work/office, lookin' good, international affairs, on location, iran, america, russia, mikhail gorbachev, india, democracy, lgbt, republicans, conventions, parenting, hip hop, masturbation, coffee, police business, kissing
Does a Bollywood film feature a horse sliding under a truck or doing a backflip onto a helicopter?
The panelists talk about the Chapel Hill shootings and the rise of anti-Muslim bigotry in the U.S.
Tags: ahmed shihab-eldin, dean obeidallah, reggie love, shenaz treasury, panel, islamic, discrimination, violence, crime, india, african american, isis, al qaeda, media, barack obama, profiling, murder, stereotypes, flying
President Obama drops everything to pay his respects when Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah passes away.
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Larry discusses the power of protests with Bill Burr, Cory Booker, Talib Kweli and Shenaz Treasury.
Obama revives America's nuclear program, and Marvel's Stan Lee creates a superhero from India.
India may have found its Ronald Reagan in Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Jon devises a plan to combat climate change involving One Direction's Harry Styles.
Jason Jones concludes his insightful examination of India's democracy.
Jason Jones takes advantage of India's print media to spread a flattering news story about himself.
Jason Jones learns about protecting the leper vote as he travels through India.
Jason Jones discovers that political engagement in India is almost more than he can handle.
Author Ramachandra Guha asks how history might have been different if Gandhi had become a lawyer.
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