The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Preview - Week of 8/15/05
Season 10 • 08/11/2005
The correspondent becomes the correspondee next week.
Should We Be Showing This?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Terrorists are using the media to spread hate and Fox News demonstrates by showing a terrorist message of hate.
Antipathy in the U.K.The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Growing up gay in Boston is worse than being a disconnected and alienated Muslim in London.
John HockenberryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
John Hockenberry was amazed that people in combat have such ready access to wireless technology.
The OutsidersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The Muslim youth feel alienated and disconnected -- which pretty much describes "youth."
Headlines - The Judge ReportThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Whether he is an advocate for bombing women's abortion clinics or is a homotastic sodomite, John Roberts is the president's choice for the Supreme Court.
Moment of Zen - Evil ChavezThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Hugo Chavez speaks with ominous music in the background.
This Week in God - Fatwas and SacramentsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Stephen Colbert takes on moderate Islam, Rastafarianism, ancient Aztec Gods and the Supreme Court this week.
Andre BenjaminThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Andre Benjamin talks about water testing, mouse poop and Andre's new movie.
A Moment of Reflection - Tom CruiseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Tom Cruise declared his love for Oprah with great dignity
BananasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
All Venezuelan citizens will be required to wear clothes with many pockets and wear their underwear on the outside.
Preview - Week of 8/15/05The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Steve Carell returns to the show and Ed Helms interviews an aging bass fisherman.
Moment of Zen - Katherine Harris's ExcitementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Katherine Harris announces how excited she is for her Senate race.
Steve CarellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Steve Carell says coming back to The Daily Show is his most surreal moment ever.
Intro - Iraq's ConstitutionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Iraq missed its arbitrary deadline to form a constitution.
Indecision 2006 - Jeanine Pirro's AnnouncementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Jeanine Pirro launches a blistering tirade against Hillary Clinton, while Katherine Harris flirts on "Hannity & Colmes."
Headlines - Texas Scold 'EmThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
It's time for President Bush to put Cindy Sheehan's dead son behind him and move on.
Cindy Sheehan BacklashThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Many in the right-wing are fuming over Cindy Sheehan's decision to go public with her anguish.
Ranch StressingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Ed Helms states most people are a little shocked at the callous indifference being shown to President Bush.
A Chef Selected: A President SatedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Stephen Colbert goes over the potential problems in White House Executive Chef appointee Cristeta Comerford's confirmation hearings.
Fishing for AttentionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Ed Helms takes a look at Mike Iaconelli, a renegade bad boy in the world of bass fishing.
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