The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Gaying of America
Season 7 • 11/18/2002
At this rate, in 50 years, 150% of Americans will be gay -- that's 3 out of every 2 people.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - 8 MileThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Frank DeCaro critiques the movie "8 Mile" and the better-than-average acting of Eminem.
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Jon Stewart warns kids not to f**k hamsters, as they have feelings too.
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Jon Stewart interviews Tom Arnold about his new book "How I Lost 5 Pounds in 6 Years," in which Tom explains his low sperm count.
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Ed Helms investigates the difficulties of the modern royal family and determines that they are inbred mutants.
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Michael Jackson is in court over a disputed contract, but the real stunner is his face.
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U.N. Weapons Inspectors packed a clean change of futility as they got ready for what will no doubt be another few weeks of staying one step behind the Iraqi war machine.
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Firing gay linguists from the Army is something that Osama Bin Laden and George W. Bush can agree on.
Moment of Zen - United Nations PlaneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A plane full of United Nations Weapons Inspectors takes off towards the Middle East.
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Jon Stewart offers a horrific warning about bed bugs and their biting.
The Gaying of AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
As the gay economic impact grows, it vigorously interfaces and stimulates the rest of the economy, such as the homophobic pundit industry.
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The eight-month rush to meet a Congressional deadline was a historical mobilization of a government agency, second only to the time the DMV heard there was cake downstairs.
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Education only goes so far in persuading us to buy unfamiliar new medicines that we may not even need.
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Harold Ford doesn't feel there's anything wrong with the labels "liberal" and "conservative," as long as you're prepared to answer questions.
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Nancy Pelosi is the first female to be appointed House Minority Leader, and she smells good, too.
DefinitionsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Senior Political correspondent Stephen Colbert feels the Democrats should change their title to "The Dragon Slayers."
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi avoids the charms of Dick "The Tongue" Gephardt.
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An oil tanker splits in half off the coast of Spain, killing wildlife and potentially devastating Spain's fishing industry.
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President George W. Bush welcomes America's Nobel Prize winners to the White House.
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Catherine Crier discusses her new book, "The Case Against Lawyers," and her Court TV show, "Catherine Crier Live."
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