The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 13 E 37 • 03/18/2008
Economist Jeffrey Sachs offers solutions to the world's greatest ills.
NY's New GovernorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E36
Larry Wilmore claims David Paterson for African Americans and compares him to the fourth Ghostbuster.
Moment of Zen - Capital HainesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E36
CNBC's Mark Haines has a perturbed reaction to President Bush's economic outlook.
Brian FaganThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E36
The archaeologist and historian predicts huge droughts, but only wants the Tri-State area report.
Crisis in the ChartlandThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E36
Aasif Mandvi reports on the Bear Stearns bailout while experiencing gravitational altitude correction.
Broken ArrowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E36
Jon responds to President Bush's rosy outlook on Wall Street and Jim Cramer's terrible Bear Stearns advice.
Open DiscussionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
Despite their differences, Larry Wilmore and Jon can agree about at least one thing.
St. Patty's SpitzerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
Jason Jones finds out how New Yorkers coped with Governor Spitzer's scandal and resignation.
Barack's Wright ResponseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
Barack Obama addresses race after the hubbub over his pastor and makes history on a Tuesday.
The Govs Must Be HornyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
Jon reveals a new segment that uncovers the sexual deviancy of each state's governor preemptively.
Moment of Zen - Chew OnThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
CNN's Tony Harris is chomping at the pen after Barack Obama's speech.
Jeffrey SachsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E37
Economist Jeffrey Sachs thinks America won't get anywhere while looking at Third World conflicts in purely militaristic terms.
Moment of Zen - The White VoteThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
The talking heads of the major networks wonder about Barack's appeal to white voters.
Arlen SpecterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
After surviving cancer, Senator Arlen Specter proves that Jon's audience will laugh at anything.
Economic FutureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
John Hodgman uses a time helmet to see if we're currently in a recession and bats around economic semantics.
The Dialogue BeginsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
The 24 hour news networks stumble about in their attempt to contextualize Barack Obama's speech on racial divisions.
The Govs Must Be Horny - AlabamaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
Jon goes to the Advent map to give us today's gubernatorial sexual perversion.
Recessional TermsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E38
Jon knows you may not have a Harvard MBA like President Bush, so he translates W's outlook into language we can all understand.
Moment of Zen - Saddam's ResumeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E39
President Bush recites the reasons why Saddam needed a takedown.
Daily/Colbert - Happy Gun DayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E39
Stephen and Jon celebrate the Supreme Court's gun rights decisions by brandishing their own weapons.
Iraq: The First 5 YearsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13 E39
Jon looks back in time to see the Bush Administration's benchmarks for success after the start of the Iraq War.
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