Paul Ryan agrees to run for Speaker of the House, but not without a few questionable conditions.
Trevor reflects on his journey to The Daily Show and thanks Jon Stewart for his brand-new job.
Viola Davis makes Emmy history, and Islamophobia goes unchallenged at a Donald Trump rally.
The comics list #BadSharkTankPitches, #RuinAThriller, #SupervillainCelebs and wave #JonVoyage.
The comedians guess what Jon Stewart's next move will be after The Daily Show.
Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Chris Christie struggle to out-crazy Donald Trump.
The comics recall the very worst jobs they've ever had.
Jon Stewart chats about his post-Daily Show plans and President Obama's carefree attitude.
Jon answers audience questions about everything from his hosting duties to his love of hummus.
Hannibal auditioned for The Daily Show, but he would never want to host it every day.
Larry chats with gang members about their decision to unite for the sake of peace in Baltimore.
Deranged billionaire John Hodgman takes his leave of Earth to settle in an elite Martian colony.
Jon gives viewers the chance to attend his final taping of The Daily Show, and CNN celebrates 4/20.
Jon imagines a world in which everyone celebrates trivial successes the way that Congress does.
Eric Greitens discusses the influential role that veterans can play in serving U.S. communities.
Comedian Billy Crystal describes the event that motivated him to buy a bus for his grandson.
Billy Crystal discusses his television show "The Comedians" and pays Jon a compliment.
Jon asks Conan O'Brien about his visit to the White House in an interview from 1994.
The panelists grapple with a choice between rescuing their pet dog or rescuing a total stranger.
As Jon Stewart prepares to end his run at The Daily Show, Larry's staff poses an awkward question.