The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
King for a Day
Season 11 • 02/08/2006
Let the eulogy slash roast begin at Coretta Scott King's funeral.
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Torie Clarke thinks the public should have more access to government information.
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Jason Jones argues the only way to make peace with the Muslim community is to get rid of cartoons altogether.
Moment of Zen - RifleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
A masked man shoots his rifle in the air in a room full of other masked men.
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Jon got a daughter over the weekend.
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Harrison Ford's new technology is an analog watch and a phone.
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Stephen Colbert is as straight as they come, but he thinks Harrison Ford and Josh Lucas are hotties.
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Stephen Colbert highlights the smoker's dream that one day we will all be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our lungs.
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Senator Patrick Leahy wonders why Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will not be sworn in to answer questions about illegal wiretapping.
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Everybody is crazy about Britney endangering her baby, but Jon likes to air-dry his baby in his convertible.
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Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is called before the Senate to answer questions about illegal wiretaps, but he's not comfortable discussing it.
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President George W. Bush has a bad day at Coretta Scott King's funeral.
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Stephen Colbert doesn't work with fill-ins, so he's having his stage manager check in with Rob Corddry.
Who's Not Comparing Bush to the Nazis? - QuestionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Either Harold Pinter, Fidel Castro, Harry Belafonte or Rep. Jerrold Nadler compared the Bush administration to the Nazis in recent weeks.
Headlines - Mohammed, Mo' ProblemsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Rob Corddry would rather go into work than celebrate the Shi'ite holiday of Ashoura.
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Katie Couric is trying out this year's demonstration sport, the humiliathalon.
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Pope Benedict XVI presents gifts to Laura Bush and her daughter Barbara Bush.
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Will Arnett ran into Rob Corddry at a Banana Republic in the Burlington Mall.
Who's Not Comparing Bush to the Nazis? - AnswerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Harold Pinter, Harry Belafonte and Rep. Jerrold Nadler have all compared President George W. Bush to a Nazi in recent weeks.
Olympic Flu!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
It's that time of the four years again, when the world gathers around the TV in significantly smaller numbers than the summer games to take in the spectacle of the winter games.
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How dare the government make a moral judgment over the pharmacist -- the pharmacist is supposed to be doing that for the woman.
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