The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Bad Air Day
Season 6 • 03/14/2002
Mary Birdsong settles a land dispute between model airplane enthusiasts and bird watchers.
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Joe Klein feels that former President Bill Clinton found himself in such scandals because he had poor self-control.
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"Hail to the Chief" is played when the president visits a foreign country and "I've Got a Brand New Pair of Roller Skates" is played for the vice president.
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Ashley Banfield climbs the Brooklyn Bridge to explain a point about terrorist targets.
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Tonya Harding beats up Paula Jones.
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If anyone's concerned that the government is turning too "Big Brother-y" since 9/11, rest assured that they're far too incompetent for anything bad to happen.
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Bill doesn't want to know what Rosie O'Donnell is doing with her companion. If she's an entertainer, entertain.
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Bill O'Reilly tells Jon Stewart about the freedom he has at Fox News.
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Even though "Celebrity Boxing's" main event was the girl fight, that didnt keep Vanilla Ice from fighting like one of them.
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Lauren Weedman prefers expensive toilet seats.
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Jon Stewart wishes a hardy good luck to his peeps on the Yeshiva University Mens Basketball team.
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Birdsong initiates peace talks and introduces a compromise of attaching birdseed to model planes.
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Frank DeCaro reviews the best picture nominees with his usual wit and ire.
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The accounting firm of Arthur Andersen, which employs all types of rogues, was indicted for its role in the Enron scandal.
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David Gest and Liza Minnelli get married
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Andy Richter lives in an anti-gravity zone and likes to bare hand his son's poop.
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Vice President Cheney visits the Middle East to spread goodwill and prance around on the deck of an aircraft carrier.
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Momma and Dadda have been apprehended, but Poo-Poo is still at large.
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If the Hudson River has appeared silkier and bouncier, it is because American waterways are awash in cleaners, medications and chemicals used in beauty aids.
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Vice President Dick Cheney visited 11 nations in 5 days -- not the best way to get a feel for a place.
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Senator John McCain is hopeful for the bill on campaign finance reform to pass.
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