The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 9 • 08/31/2004
Ted Koppel shows up drunk at five o' clock and does whatever they tell him to do.
Moment of Zen - ChickletsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Ed Koch tells one of the many great stories Republicans should know about New York.
Ed GillespieThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Jon wants to know why exactly the Republicans chose the gayest, Jewiest town in the world to host the Republican National Convention.
False AdvertisingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
A CNN exclusive details how John Kerry was not a guest on The Daily Show the night before.
Political MovementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Robert Antidormi is doing exactly what Gandhi would have done had he been eating.
Indecision 2004 - Pillsbury FreshThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Cream filled, Pillsbury fresh white people descend on Madison Square Garden as the Republican National Convention starts today.
Indecision 2004 - A Republican Kind of TownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert interviews a wide array of New Yorkers to see why New York is actually the perfect place for the RNC.
Moment of Zen - Mic TestThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Dick Cheney recites the Gettysburg Address to test a microphone at work.
Indecision 2004 - Seriously... September 11thThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The most conservative Republican platform in years opens its convention with showtunes and then turns immediately to September 11th.
Indecision 2004 - Crasstastic!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert examines the overall theme for the Republican National Convention: A time for unmitigated gall.
Indecision 2004 - NYC Welcomes RNCThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Rob Corddry, Ed Helms and Samantha Bee work the Republican National Convention inside and out.
Ted KoppelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Jon tries to get Ted Koppel to say the f-word and Ted challenges Jon to a duel at dawn.
Bush's WordsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The RNC film proves that the president's words fought valiantly against the facts about the War on Terror.
RNC MinoritiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Colbert shows that at the RNC, the Republicans not only put all their minority leaders on camera, they also let every one of them speak.
Intro - RNCThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The Daily Show continues the tradition of being very late with the coverage of the Republican National Convention.
RNC ProtestorsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Like Rob Corddry, some demonstrators are innocent, curious and drawn to the scene by the promise of free-spirited women.
Dan BartlettThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Communications Director Dan Bartlett wants to hear Jon's best pitch for George W. Bush to come on the show.
Arnold's SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Though President Bush has argued that those from Hollywood do not share America's values, it didn't stop the GOP from rolling out its biggest gun - Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Compassion PlayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The convention hall was packed with kids to hear Education Secretary Rod Page tout the success of the No Child Left Behind Act, but some weren't paying attention.
NYC Welcomes RNCThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Samantha Bee can only afford a little box, but it's in a good location and it's the best she could find on such short notice.
Moment of Zen - HanukkahThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
President Bush can't imagine Osama bin Laden understanding the joy of Hanukkah.
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