The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 3 • 04/12/1999
Ernie Hudson tells Jon what it's like to be tall.
Thersday for the Ladies - Women's History MonthThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon profiles the ladies making history, or 'herstory,' in 1999.
Headlines - Reading is FundamentalistThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Christian Broadcasting gargoyle Pat Robertson kicks off a publicity tour for "The Book," a Gen-X-friendly rewrite of the Bible.
Moment of Zen - Easter BunnyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A rabbit crosses halfway across a highway and turns back just before getting hit by a truck.
Recap - 4/1/99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon recaps tonight's top stories, including Dwight Gooden's numb penis, Britney Spears' "Rolling Stone" pictures and a mountain called Booger.
This Just In - All This Useless DoodyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The Detroit Institute of Arts is claiming ownership of Howdy by locking him in a safe deposit box and presenting one of his severed ears to show they're serious.
Meet Your MakerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Stacey Grenrock gets God to clear up any misconceptions people have about him.
While We Were Out - Springsteen TourThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Bruce Springsteen reunites with the E Street Band while Bob Dylan and Paul Simon begin the shortest, most Jewish rock concert of the century.
Moment of Zen - Creepy ClownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A drum rolls as a clown stares at the camera to say goodbye.
Al Up in That - LotteryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
When Al Greenwood sees lottery tickets sold to all these people who want pie in the sky, it makes him angry.
Peacekeeping Farce '99 - Concert in BelgradeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
After a hard day of digging, filling and covering, the Serbs enjoy some uncomfortably lame European rock music.
Ernie HudsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Ernie Hudson and Jon talk about basketball, prison and parenting.
Headlines - One Good CopterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
In Atlanta, where burning cotton mills often threaten to consume crane operators until they are rescued by firefighters in helicopters, yesterday was run of the mill.
This Just In - Scoop, There It IsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The Wingate Elementary School Wingatonian is tragically overlooked for this year's Pulitzer Prizes.
Moment of Zen - Make-Out MusicThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Two middle-aged men listen to make-out music on Public Access TV.
Headlines - The Money ShotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright holds President Clinton in contempt for lying about his affair with the fleshy, obsessive intern.
Josh CharlesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Josh Charles discusses his show, "Sports Night," and doing standup comedy at age 10.
Other News - Puck OffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The New York Post, The Daily Show's paper of record, reports that Wayne Gretzky is planning to leave the New York Rangers and retire.
Public Excess - Shirt ButtonsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Rich Brown profiles some of Public Access TV's best singers, dancers and songwriters.
Other News - Answering AndyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Andy Rooney will damn well decide for himself when he wants to open his mail.
Do-Re-Miso!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Mo Rocca profiles a Baptist congregation in Harlem that puts a unique spin on gospel singing.
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