The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 14 • 09/23/2009
Tom Ridge believes America must think differently about how it relates to the Muslim world.
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Mike Schwartz looks to adolescent boys for guidance on homophobia, while the unbelievably flamboyant Tom DeLay performs on "Dancing With the Stars."
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Jon pulls a sincerity muscle as he thanks the staff and crew for their Emmy win.
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Fox News' Neil Cavuto thinks the press should take cues from Barbra Streisand.
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Vali Nasr believes a prosperous Muslim middle class will bring stability and democracy to the Middle East.
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The media questions President Obama's possible overexposure after he appears on five separate Sunday morning news shows.
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While humans have been wasting time not polluting, Earth has been trying to kill us.
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World leaders boldly announce future tenuous plans to hit possible abstract goals at the United Nations climate summit.
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Jon checks his Guest Excitement Meter to find out how eager he is to see Tom Ridge.
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Stephen tells the story of a Massachusetts island resident's brave battle with giganto-phallicism.
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Tyra Banks teaches Larry King how to smile with his eyes.
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Tom Ridge says building relationships with the Muslim world is a challenge that will make America safer.
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Wealthy Democratic fundraiser Hassan Nemazee is accused of running a $300 million Ponzi scheme.
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Rod Blagojevich sings Elvis at a block party in Chicago.
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Jon uses his inhaler to help him pronounce "Blagojevich."
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Sam Bee agrees that Muammar al-Gaddafi's lengthy speech is unacceptable and assures Jon that the UN won't allow it.
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Rod Blagojevich claims his taped conversation had nothing to do with financial gain -- he was only trying to help the people of Illinois.
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Anarchists protest the G20 Summit by targeting local businesses, and Barack Obama puts Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on notice for his nuclear plant in Qum.
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A G20 Summit protester in a cow suit dances and bangs on a water bottle in Pittsburgh.
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The National Endowment for the Arts pushes Obama's socialist agenda, and indoctrinated school children sing a song praising the president.
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Jon eats a traditional Baconnaise and lobster omelet with a side of Jesus toast to celebrate Yom Kippur.
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