The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 15 • 12/13/2010
Gordon Brown says the financial markets have to be underpinned by some moral responsibility.
Michelle WilliamsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Michelle Williams praises Harvey Weinstein's full frontal assault on the ratings board and wins an award she's never heard of.
Julian Assange: To Catch a Somewhat Pasty PredatorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Hero or villain, the only thing that can be said for sure about Julian Assange is that he lacks a certain amount of melanin.
The South's Secession CommemorationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Saying slavery was the cause of the South's secession during the Civil War isn't politically correct -- it's correct correct.
Moment of Zen - Megyn Kelly Battles Anthony Weiner Over Tax CutsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Megyn Kelly and Congressman Anthony Weiner argue about Obama's compromise with Republicans over tax cuts.
National DispleasureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Barack Obama used to find the American people's inconsistent irrationality charming, but he's losing his patience.
Republicans Block 9/11 Health Care BillThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Republican senators refuse to vote on the 9/11 health care bill until wealthy Americans receive an engraved notification that their taxes won't go up.
Edmund MorrisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Edmund Morris believes a politician as multifaceted and complex as Theodore Roosevelt couldn't run for presidency now.
London Riot SouvenirsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
John Oliver and Olivia Munn see the London student protests as an opportunity for the commemorative tat industry.
Lame-as-F@#k CongressThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Here's a tribute to a few Republican senators who find comfort and advantage in invoking the heroes of 9/11 but refuse to give them health care.
Moment of Zen - Vladimir Putin Sings Blueberry HillThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Vladimir Putin sings "Blueberry Hill" at a charity dinner.
Gordon BrownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Gordon Brown believes the operation of the global financial market has to be underpinned by trust, integrity, responsibility and fairness.
Big Brother, Where Art Thou?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
The government is never going to be the perfect Big Brother, so maybe America should opt for a big sister.
Obama Leaves Bill Clinton in White House Briefing RoomThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
President Obama leaving Bill Clinton in the White House briefing room is the kind of cool confidence that borders on delusional.
Moment of Zen - Geraldo Rivera Sleeps NakedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Geraldo Rivera keeps pajamas beside the bed for when his kids come in.
The Best F#@king News Team Won't Stop EverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
While other news networks claim to move or lean forward, no one is as relentless as the Best F#@king News Team on TV.
Ricky GervaisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Ricky Gervais might win an award for talking about Gordon Brown's skip-in, Stephen Hawking's chat show and Jon humping the audience.
Moment of Zen - The Pope Watches Male Acrobats PerformThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Male acrobats take off their shirts and perform for the pope.
Daily/Colbert - The Story of ChristmasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Stephen tells Jon about how the devil was in a spaceship and the wise men thought it was a star.
Paul RuddThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Paul Rudd watches a clip of himself as the first test guest in 1999 when he looked older and Jon looked like Duckie from "Pretty in Pink."
The More Pedophiles KnowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
The media gives ideas to the uncreative pedophiles who want to use the Barbie video doll for nefarious purposes.
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