The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Clusterf#@k to the Poor House - Bean on a Plate Edition
Season 13 • 12/04/2008
This time Ford, GM and Chrysler CEOs drive to Washington to ask for more money.
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Jon already has his Christmas shopping done thanks to Planned Parenthood gift certificates.
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Arianna Huffington describes blogging as a first draft of history.
Moment of Zen - Bush's Campaign for ChangeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The only time George W. Bush didn't campaign for change was when he was running for re-election.
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John Hodgman informs Jon that both he and President Bush are lame ducks.
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Arianna Huffington is the editor in chief of the Huffington Post -- nepotism.
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Wall Street lost $7 trillion without selling anything -- at least when Detroit loses money, we get cars.
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Jon wants Ron Howard to tell him if Frank Langella smells as good as he looks.
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Ron Howard and Jon talk about quirky Richard Nixon.
Moment of Zen - No AssurancesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Gene Dodaro can't provide assurance that a $34 billion bailout will fix the auto industry.
Paging Dr. Mandvi - Political GenesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Dr. Aasif Mandvi attempts to cure the mysterious illness of liberalism.
Clusterf#@k to the Poor House - Bean on a Plate EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The heads of Ford, GM and Chrysler humbly drive to Washington to ask for more money.
Daily/Colbert - Late Night Talk Show BailoutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Stephen needs Jon to stand together with him on this late night talk show bailout.
Provinces in Peril - Indecision Oh-Eh?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper shuts Parliament down rather than facing a no-confidence vote from said Parliament.
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Matthew Alexander explains why torture is counterproductive in interrogating terrorists.
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Matthew Alexander is a pseudonym, and yet he'll be on television.
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Samantha Bee, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi discuss Canada's dependence on Great Britain.
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George W. Bush kisses Barbra Streisand on the cheek.
Clusterf#@k to the Poor House - Pres. Goofus and Pres. GallantThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
President Gallant unveils his stimulus package, while actual President Goofus unveils a portrait of himself.
Intro - Gary Bauer Power HourThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Mike Huckabee's show on Fox News airs after the "Gary Bauer Power Hour."
Moment of Zen - Corrupt IllinoisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
If Illinois isn't the most corrupt state, it's certainly one hell of a competitor.
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