The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Third Month Mania: Introducing the Bracket of Bulls**t
Season 23 E 80 • 03/12/2018
Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. invite viewers to name their picks for the past year's most incredible displays of prime, grade-A bullsh**t.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E91Exclusive - Third Month Mania - The Only Popular Vote That Matters
The president (Anthony Atamanuik) urges his supporters to vote for him in the Bracket of Bulls**t.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E91Exclusive - Third Month Mania - The Top Two Pieces of Bulls**t
As Third Month Mania reaches its final two competitors, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta wonder if there's anything that can out-bulls**t President Trump.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E91Exclusive - Third Month Mania - The Phony Four
Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. weigh in on one of the final four competitors in the Bracket of Bulls**t: the size of President Trump's "inauguration."
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E89Third Month Mania - The President Weighs In on the Bracket of Bulls**t's Final Eight
Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. highlight the last four matchups in the Bracket of Bulls**t -- with an unexpected assist from the president (Anthony Atamanuik).
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E85Third Month Mania - The Bulls**t That Moved On to Round Two
Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta call on viewers to pick the most bracket-worthy bulls**t in round two, from Ted Cruz's Twitter porn gaffe to Mike Pence's NFL walkout.
CP Time: Roy Wood Jr. Celebrates Black History12 Videos
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E24061CP Time: The History of Civil Rights Marches
Roy Wood Jr. highlights civil rights marches, including the Million Man March combatting structural racism and Ida B. Wells's contribution to the women's suffrage movement.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E65CP Time: Black Contributions to Music
Roy Wood Jr. explains the African-American origins of musical genres associated with mainstream white culture, including electronic dance music, square dancing and the banjo.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 CP Time: The Cinematic History of the "Magical Negro"
Roy Wood Jr. explains why the "magical negro" movie trope is such a harmful stereotype, and Trevor looks back at the worst Black History Month ever.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E101CP Time - Country Music and Black Folks
The debate over the country music cred of Lil Nas X's popular song "Old Town Road" inspires Roy Wood Jr. to explore how African Americans have contributed to the genre.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E130CP Time - Honoring Escaped Slaves for Juneteenth
Roy Wood Jr. commemorates Juneteenth by highlighting black American slaves who managed to escape bondage before slavery was abolished in 1865.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E150CP Time - Old-School Hip-Hop
Roy Wood Jr. highlights key moments in hip-hop history, such as how "Rapper's Delight" gave commercial cred to the genre and how a DJ accidentally invented the record scratch.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E56CP Time - The History of Black Spies
Roy Wood Jr. highlights the long history of Black people in intelligence operations, from Harriet Tubman's clandestine work during the Civil War to Josephine Baker's spying during WWII.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E59CP Time - The History of Black Doctors
Roy Wood Jr. examines Black doctors' overlooked contributions to medical science, including Dr. Charles Drew's blood transfusion research, Dr. Alice Ball's leprosy treatment and more.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E63CP Time - Black Journalists
Roy Wood Jr. continues his Black History Month celebration by honoring Black journalists whose work has been historically overlooked, from Marvel Cooke to Max Robinson to Xernona Clayton.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E98CP Time - Black Leaders of the Labor Movement
Roy Wood Jr. highlights unsung Black pioneers of America's labor movement, including activists and organizers A. Philip Randolph, Dorothy Bolden and Curt Flood.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E2CP Time - Black Fashion Models
Roy Wood Jr. highlights trailblazing Black models, including Naomi Sims, Tracey "Africa" Norman and Tyson Beckford.
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