The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - Don't Blame Iraq
Season 11 • 08/22/2006
Nobody ever suggested that Iraq was behind 9/11.
Snakes on a Plane: Could it Motherf**king Happen Here?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
You thought you were safe on an airplane but these days there is a new danger in the skies: motherf**king snakes.
Headlines - John Mark Karr's Plane RideThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
John Mark Karr, the suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey killing, flies from Thailand to America.
Daily/Colbert - Questions GameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Stephen Colbert plays the game where you keep asking questions until the other person screws up.
Moment of Zen - Explosive SituationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
CNN's Kelly Arena blows up a truck.
Karr TalkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Rob Corddry reports the biggest story of the century from an airline toilet bowl.
Gratitude AdjustmentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
President Bush is confused that the Iraqis do not appreciate America's presence in Iraq.
William CohenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen is often called back to the Pentagon to give advice to the current secretary.
Headlines - Desperate SoundbitesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
There comes a point in every president's career when he has to reassure the people that he isn't the thing everybody thinks that he is.
Daily/Colbert - ImpersonationsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jon Stewart checks in with Stephen Colbert at "The Colbert Report."
Race is the WordThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore believes blacks and whites should unite in their racism against the Arabs.
Moment of Zen - Don't Blame IraqThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
President George W. Bush sets the record straight on Iraq and 9/11.
Back in Black - AdvertisingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Hewlett-Packard pays to get its logo in a Jessica Simpson video, USAir sells ad space on its air sickness bags and CBS advertises on eggshells.
Moment of Zen -Tony Snow's Sax SoloThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Press Secretary Tony Snow plays the saxophone with a live band.
Headlines - Nuclear ReactorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the U.N. agree to continue their dialogue, but the same can't be said for Tom Cruise and Viacom.
Frederick LaneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Frederick Lane and Jon talk about how badly America is losing the Decency Wars.
Intro - Little League World SeriesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jon discusses the thirteen-year-old Little League baseball player who caught his attention.
Daily/Colbert - In Your EyesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Stephen Colbert holds up a radio playing Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes."
America's Government's Got TalentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
On the next "America's Government's Got Talent," Condoleezza Rice has the keys to diplomacy while Tony Snow is on jazz flute.
Future Shock - RobotsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Samantha Bee looks at the ways in which the human body is getting closer to perfection.
Daily/Colbert - A FarewellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110
Stephen Colbert gives Rob Corddry a touching tribute, in the words of William Wordsworth.
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