The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Using My Religion
Season 8 • 08/07/2003
Ed Helms questions why neighbors want to shut down the Church of Universal Love and Music.
Gaywatch - A Taste of SchismThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Episcopalian priest Gene Robinson is elected Bishop, causing a schism within the church and the nation.
Mark Your Calendar - AugustThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
In "Mark Your Calendar," Ed Helms lists the obscure holidays of August.
Moment of Zen - President George W. Bush - Speck in Neighbor's EyeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
President George W. Bush is questioned about his moral views on homosexuality.
GaysplosionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Human Sexuality Correspondent Stephen Colbert investigates the recent gaysplosion, and ultimately explains it all away as a fad.
Moment of Zen - Pump Up SacramentoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Arnold Schwarzenegger tells Jay Leno he will pump up Sacramento.
The OthersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Gary Coleman enters the race for governor, mostly to keep this thing from becoming a freak show.
Tracey UllmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Tracey Ullman accidentally flashes the audience while imitating Kim Cattrall.
Headlines - Teutonic PlagueThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Arnold Schwarzenegger shocks the political world with his announcement on "The Tonight Show."
Preview - Week of 8/11/03The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Next week Rob Corddry cheers as three of President Bush's cabinet secretaries take a bus tour of the Midwest.
Arnold AnnouncesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Rob Corddry believes it's about time they lowered the bar to run for California governor.
Using My ReligionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Ed Helms reports that the Church of Universal Love and Music remains confident in the face of its persecutors.
Headlines - Charles Not in ChargeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
After months of pressure, Liberian dictator Charles Taylor has stepped down as president.
Moment of Zen - Charles TaylorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Charles Taylor speaks to the press about his resignation as president of Liberia.
Jobs and Growth TourThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
You can keep your Ozzfest and your Lollapalooza. The hottest tour this summer is the Jobs and Growth Tour 2003, starring the monsters of government.
Samuel L. JacksonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Samuel L. Jackson had knee surgery years ago, after he got dragged by the A train.
Intro - Ass HairThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Static electricity caused by thunderstorms makes the hair on Jon's ass sit up.
Produce Pete with Steve Carell - Holistic MedicineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
With a little water, soil, sunlight and TLC, you too can grow your own holistic healing garden.
Blimps Up, Foes DownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Nothing like watching a marvel of early 20th century technology pursue a marvel of late 19th century technology, to inspire confidence in homeland defense.
Kim CattrallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Kim Cattrall is going on a cruise with her family and her suite contains a butler and a garden.
We Didn't Start The FireThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
You know it's bad when they're dropping the red sh@#.
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