The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 20 • 06/10/2015
Comedian Colin Quinn does his part to solve race relations in the U.S. in "The Coloring Book."
Assault Swim - Progress in Community PolicingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Jessica Williams discusses pool etiquette and breaks down a Texas pool party that ended with police officers using excessive force against a group of black teenagers.
Assault SwimThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Texas police assail a group of black teenagers at a pool party after the teens were accused of trespassing.
The Hurt BrotherThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo can't seem to get any respect from his older brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Trivialize ThisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
While reporting on the G7 summit, news anchors wonder if President Obama upset German Chancellor Angela Merkel and snubbed Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Nick OffermanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Actor and author Nick Offerman discusses his book "Gumption," which profiles different artists, intellectuals and historical figures whom he admires.
Moment of Zen - Cuomo vs. CuomoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
CNN's Chris Cuomo uses an on-air interview with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to take a jab at his older brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Drought RumspringaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Al Madrigal visits from drought-stricken California to revel in the East Coast's seemingly endless supply of water.
California DryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
As California's drought continues, its residents must contend with problematic water-saving efforts.
Moment of Zen - #JonStewartsAskhole & Rick Santorum's Tough DayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Jon invites viewers to tweet questions to the show using #JonStewartsAskhole, and 2016 presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has a dismal turnout while campaigning in Iowa.
Petty in PrintThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
The New York Times details the traffic violations and spending habits of 2016 presidential hopeful Senator Marco Rubio.
Colin QuinnThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Comedian Colin Quinn explores American race relations in his book "The Coloring Book" and his live theater production "The New York Show."
The Rummy Returns - Learning Curves Are for PussiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
More than a decade after the start of the Iraq War, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld continues to rewrite the history of his involvement in the conflict.
A Look Back - Cultural Docent ExtraordinaireThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Before joining Jon for an interview, Mark Ruffalo looks back at some of the host's most distinguished moments with his guests.
Moment of Zen - Praise for Miss PiggyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Miss Piggy received an award from the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, but not everyone is happy with the Muppet's honor.
Mark RuffaloThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Actor and environmental activist Mark Ruffalo discusses his film "Infinitely Polar Bear," hypothetical superhero battles and anti-fracking legislation.
Judd ApatowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Filmmaker Judd Apatow discusses the influential comedians he profiled for his book "Sick in the Head" as well as the stars of his movie "Trainwreck."
Moment of Zen - #InThe90sIThoughtThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Larry Wilmore gets excited to discuss the controversy swirling around former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal, and a local newscaster misreads a viewer's tweet about the 90s.
The Chosen Ones of IowaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Al Madrigal heads to Iowa to find out how local voters set the tone for presidential elections.
Whaaaaaaaat?! - Black-ish-ishThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Rachel Dolezal, chapter president of the NAACP in Spokane, Wash., resigns amid allegations that she is a white woman pretending to be black.
Oppression CosplayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
After NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal is caught misrepresenting her race, Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams debate the ethics of coopting African-American culture.
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