The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 9 • 08/04/2004
Samantha Bee highlights the birthdays, famous days and events of August.
Moment of Zen - Bush OffensiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
White House Communications Director Dan Bartlett emphasizes Bush's offensive strategy in the War on Terror.
Colbert Rocks The DNC!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert takes to the convention floor on the night of John Kerry's acceptance speech to get down.
Spike LeeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Jon and Spike Lee talk about pre-Giuliani New York and the Democratic National Convention.
Hire IntelligenceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Having the guy who oversees all the intelligence agencies in the loop is exactly what the terrorists would expect.
Aaron EckhartThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Jon Stewart gives away secret details about Aaron Eckhart's new movie.
Loyalty OathThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
President Bush's recent speech was a nightmarish Orwellian dystopia of forced conformity and it has Senior Political Analyst Ed Helms' complete and unreserved endorsement.
Moment of Zen - Herby EndorseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Another look at the George W. Bush and Dick Cheney misspelled loyalty oath.
Three Banks And A Little RobberyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
John Kerry and George W. Bush are working to put America's bank robbers back to work.
Crude IntentionsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
It is shocking that oil, a product with a finite supply, gets more expensive the more we use it.
The Colbert Report Sneak PreviewThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert gives viewers a truth injection on his new show, The Colbert Report.
AugustThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Even though August doesn't have any major holidays, Samantha Bee shows us that there's still plenty to celebrate.
New York State of GrindThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Sex clubs across New York City are bringing in extra workers to handle the increase in business expected as a result of the Republican National Convention.
Summer of the TigerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
An escaped tiger in Queens signals the beginning of the Summer of the Tiger.
Summer of the Helper MonkeyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
A two year-old grabbing at a disabled man's monkey in a Brooklyn supermarket marks the beginning of The Summer of the Helper Monkey.
So Called AmericanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Religious folk would do a whole lot more to advance their cause if they would separate church from idiot.
Summer of the BeetleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Beetles from the far east threaten New York's beautiful mix of concrete and trees.
Natalie PortmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
According to Natalie Portman, young women are the smallest population not to vote, and Jon didn't know that.
Moment of Zen - Swift Boat AttackersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Swift Boat Veterans for Truth commercial attacks John Kerry.
Bill Clinton Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Believe it or not there's actually stuff that didn't make it into Bill Clinton's very big book of memoirs.
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