The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
America's Problem with UNESCO Pt. 1
Season 17 • 03/15/2012
John Oliver tries to understand why America has cut funding for UNESCO.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - CNN Gets ResultsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
CNN's primary night coverage was an all-out assault on the senses, employing the full power of razzle-dazzletrons and real-time makeup technology.
Serfing the WebThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Rather than train homeless people to become computer workers, advertisers at SXSW train them to become computer equipment.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - MSNBC's & Fox News' Southern Primary CoverageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
MSNBC can't stop making innuendos about the Southern primaries, while Fox News ignores them completely.
Rachel WeiszThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Rachel Weisz discusses dead playwrights, women's sexual awakening during World War II, and the challenges of adapting "Deep Blue Sea" for the big screen.
Moment of Zen - Alabama Election HeadquartersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
CNN reports on the state-of-the art election facility in Jefferson County, AL.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - Southern PrimariesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Rick Santorum wins Alabama and Mississippi; Mitt Romney wins Hawaii and American Samoa; and Newt Gingrich acts like he won everything.
On Goyim PondThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Residents of Mt. Vernon, NH, vote to rename a questionably named pond.
Moment of Zen - "Fox & Friends" on Assad's Music SelectionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
The hosts of "Fox & Friends" think Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad personifies evil, but they found someone else who personifies goodness.
Homs DespotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad's hacked e-mails reveal that he'll taunt NATO in the world community, but he won't f**k with Apple.
America's Problem with UNESCO Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
In part two of his report on foreign aid, John Oliver reports from Gabon, an African country that pledged $2 million to UNESCO after the U.S. cut its funding.
America's Problem with UNESCO Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
In this two-part report, John Oliver investigates the Obama administration's decision to stop funding UNESCO, a multinational humanitarian organization.
Shaquille O'NealThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal talks about going back to college for his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development.
Moment of Zen - Hoodie MarchThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Geraldo Rivera questions the effectiveness of a "hoodie march" in protest of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
C.N.I.: Cable News Investigators & Dick Cheney's HeartThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
The media analyze George Zimmerman's 911 call and don hoodies, following the Trayvon Martin shooting in Florida; while in other news, Dick Cheney gets a new heart.
C.N.I.: Cable News Investigators - Hoodie ThreatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Following the Trayvon Martin shooting, John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac report from Florida on why it is that only what black people wear turns scary.
The O'Donnell-Chair InterviewThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell expresses his outrage after Craig Sonner, the lawyer in the George Zimmerman case, leaves the studio.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - Rick Santorum's "Obamaville" AdThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Rick Santorum's "Obamaville" hellscape campaign ad means to show the many ways in which a second term for Barack Obama would be disastrous for the nation.
Moment of Zen - Pope Benedict XVI in MexicoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Pope Benedict XVI pays cultural tribute while visiting Mexico.
Co-OccupationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Samantha Bee finds that Brooklyn's Park Slope Food Coop may be the most tragic victim of all in the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - Santorum and Romney Against "Gotcha" MediaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Rick Santorum calls "bulls**t" on a New York Times reporter, and Mitt Romney gets caught up in Wolf Blitzer's "Grandpa-gate."
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