The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 14 • 01/19/2009
Barack Obama takes a seven-hour train ride to attend a concert in DC.
Moment of Zen - Joe the Plumber BreakdownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Joe the Plumber isn't a plumber or a war correspondent, and his name isn't even Joe.
Sloppy Joes - Biden and the PlumberThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Joe the Plumber has yet to give his farewell address, but we're looking forward to it.
President Bush Kept Us SafeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Nothing like hurricanes or the economy could tear President Bush away from keeping America safe.
Intro - Plane in the HudsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Everyone was rescued from a plane that went down a block away.
Obama InaugurationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Aasif Mandvi expects Obama's inaugural speech to make the Gettysburg Address seem like a series of simian grunts.
Moment of Zen - Credits for the Last Eight YearsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Jon recognizes some of the people without whom he couldn't have done the show.
Intro - Big Day EveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Anybody who has given money to anybody is heading down to DC for the big day.
Abderrahim FoukaraThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Abderrahim Foukara says Al Jazeera strives hard to give Israelis a platform to explain the Gaza crisis as they see it.
Final Message From the White HouseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Dana Perino delivers a final message from the White House.
You Don't Know Dick - Exit InterviewThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
While we may not have agreed with some of the decisions Dick Cheney has made, we can all agree that we can't call them mistakes.
Barack ConcertThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama hops on the seven-hour express train from Philadelphia to DC so he can attend a concert.
Changefest '09 - Obama's InaugurationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Dick Cheney might as well have been rolled out to the Star Wars "Imperial March" with a white cat on his lap.
Changefest '09 - Youth Inaugural BallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Wyatt Cenac reports on the excitement over our first cool president.
Changefest '09 - Obama's Inaugural SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Jason Jones maintains Obama's inaugural address was a new message, and in no way like any of Bush's speeches.
Intro - Night of History & BallsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Bishop Gene Robinson's speech at the Washington Monument was mysteriously cut from HBO's broadcast.
Changefest '09 - The End of Frat Boy CultureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
After eight years of frat boy culture, Samantha Bee puts a stop to juvenile humor.
Moment of Zen - Bush's GoodbyeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
George W. Bush waves goodbye before boarding his helicopter.
Gene RobinsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
With Barack Obama's inauguration, Gene Robinson has hope that a gay person can become president in the future.
Intro - Hope CologneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Jon is wearing a new cologne called Hope.
Moment of Zen - Inauguration MemoriesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
A few television anchors remember past presidential inaugurations.
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