The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 10 • 01/10/2005
Rob Corddry is disappointed the Palestinian election went so smoothly.
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Alberto Gonzales gives into the pain and defends himself against the question of torture.
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Alberto Gonzales stands in front of a group of photographers.
Great Moments in Punditry - The Pet GoatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Two kids laugh while reading an argument between Paul Begala and Robert Novak over "The Pet Goat."
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A New Jersey man blames his daughter for pointing a laser beam at a commercial jet, while the Department of Homeland Security goes on vacation.
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Richard Gere participates in an ad campaign to get Palestinians to vote.
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Palestine must find either another glorious president or nefarious terrorist, depending on which side of Haifa Street you live on.
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Mississippi libraries ban "America (The Book)" because of a picture of the naked Supreme Court Justices.
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The government produces a fake news report about the dangers of marijuana and pays a TV host to plug the No Child Left Behind Act.
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Ed Helms undergoes an Extreme Canadian Makeover to see if the "Go Canadian" kit works.
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John Grisham congratulates Jon on getting banned in Mississippi.
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Rob Corddry reports that it was a banner day for democracy in Palestine, unfortunately.
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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston split up, and Jon is hurtin'.
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Kids read a transcript of Bill O'Reilly and the New York Times' Paul Krugman arguing on Tim Russert's show.
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President Bush's inauguration is sticking the District of Columbia with a $12 million bill.
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CBS News does an internal investigation over its report on President Bush's service in the national guard.
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Samantha Bee examines the state of education in Florida public schools.
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Samuel L. Jackson doesn't like running, but he'll do it.
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Dan Rather recites the lyrics of Country Roads, and asks to be taken home.
Black EyeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
CBS News took obviously-flawed information and presented it to the American people as reality.
Dennis QuaidThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Jon Stewart interviews Dennis Quaid about his role in the movie "In Good Company" and his recent marriage.
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