The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Let Saigons Be Saigons
Season 4 • 05/01/2000
At the celebration of the anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, every woman was a winner.
Popular Music Omnibus - Rock RoundupThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Lou Reed, Eurythmics and Alanis Morissette will band together to form the next Council of Trent.
Indecision 2000 - TurkeyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
John McCain makes a visit to Vietnam to apologize to the Vietnamese people for the career of Oliver Stone.
This Just In - Mein KopfThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A Russian exhibit has opened featuring Adolf Hitler's skull, and scientists want to run DNA tests to prove its authenticity. Does that mean he could be cloned, too?
Jan Terri: Video VanguardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Stacy Grenrock-Woods goes behind the music with Jan Terri, a musician and star of multiple groundbreaking music videos.
Headlines - Gays of ThunderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Upwards of three-quarters of a million gay rights activists gathered in Washington, leaving Jon to guess about the activities in the bathrooms on the Washington Mall.
Moment of Zen - Battleship SunkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Alone and bored in an empty White House, Bill Clinton plays Battleship with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Hugh Shelton
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - 28 DaysThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Frank DeCaro wishes Sandra Bullock's character in "28 Days" had opted for jail time instead of rehab so they could have made a women's prison movie called "28 Dykes."
S. Epatha MerkersonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
"Law & Order" star S. Epatha Merkerson tells Jon about getting mistaken for a cop and reminisces about the few times she's gotten to hang out with them.
Other News - Press Who's Coming to DinnerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
President Bill Clinton got big laughs at the annual White House correspondents' dinner with a mockumentary Jon has no trouble mocking.
Recap - 5/1/00The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon recaps the day's top stories, including some startling revelations about various vehicles' sexual preferences.
Headlines - Let Saigons Be SaigonsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The celebration in Saigon of the anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War includes Vietnamese General Van Tien Dung, creator of the famous "impregnable Wall of Dung."
Other News - The Great CompressionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A federal judge has ruled in favor of record companies in a lawsuit against mp3.com, whose CEO believes the decision will have no negative impact on his company.
Back In Black - Miss Jumbo UniverseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Lewis Black weighs in about the plus-sized Thai beauty queens that are weighing in halfway around the world.
Headlines - Labor PainsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Anti-capitalist protestors in London tear down the golden arches of a McDonald's before putting them up after realizing it's the best food in Britain.
Luke WilsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Luke Wilson tells Jon about the time he met Boris Yeltsin despite nodding off during most of the Russian president's speech.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon is unimpressed with Kathie Lee Gifford after her appearance on the "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" celebrity show.
Headlines - Time Warner/DisneyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A dispute between Time Warner and Disney causes Disney to take ABC away from its viewers, not to mention spit in their coke and go to the woods with their girlfriends.
Recap - 5/2/2000The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon recaps the day's top stories, which include violent protests, a defiant Mickey Mouse, and the dulcet sounds of a dial-up modem.
Moment of Zen - Disney Has Taken ABC Away from YouThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The Daily Show relays Time Warner's message to its viewers about Disney's withdrawal of ABC programming.
Resident PollsterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Mo Rocca explains that if the percentage of Latino voters continues to grow at its current rate, they'll be 160% of the voting population by 2016.
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