The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - Charlton Heston
Season 4 • 05/30/2000
Charlton Heston speaks at an NRA meeting.
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Jon recaps the highlights of a show that involved a lot of squealing.
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It's a movie about feet and the anorexic teenagers attached to them with only one gay guy.
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The NRA re-elects Charlton Heston and finalizes plans to open a gun-themed, family friendly restaurant in Times Square.
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The U.S. approves permanent trade with China and Bill Clinton is named "Number One Sun."
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Dracula Congress begins with the Creature from the Black Lagoon legislative assembly mired in partisan stalemate.
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Mo Rocca previews his piece on tomorrow's inventors.
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Steve Carell travels to a Florida strip club to investigate Shakespeare productions that are much ado about wearing nothing.
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Jon warns Dan Rather of exactly what he's getting himself into going on tour with the Dixie Chicks.
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Laura Kightlinger discusses her embarrassing stories of rejection.
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"Demographics" isn't just an evil word used by television executives, it's also an evil word used by advertisers.
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Charlton Heston raises a gun and states, "From my cold dead hands."
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Jon recaps the Meat Pimp story and preps for a visit from "Survivor"'s first loser.
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At the National Nutrition Summit, an anti-meat activist throws a pie in the face of Secretary of Agriculture, Dan Glickman.
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Space stations really resemble laundromats, new 10 and 5 dollar bills are too distracting, parking a TV truck under a power line is a bad call and Buddhism goes to jail.
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Residents of Granbury, Texas claim that it is in their town where the real Jesse James is buried.
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An inventors' convention shows us devices that will make life simpler. Items like the Paddle Tambourine, Nut Buster and Cash Register take us into the future of easy living.
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Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman gets the ol' pie-in-the-face and gets called a "meat pimp."
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Congressman Rick Lazio accepts the nomination for senate, busted lip and all.
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Elian Gonzalez is denied political asylum.
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Sonja Christopher should've eaten the other people on "Survivor."
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