The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
You Can't Do That on Television!
Season 10 • 12/06/2005
According to the MPAA, cable TV is crawling with sordid, vicious, unwholesome pornography.
Illegal LaborThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
If the Bush administration cracks down on illegal workers, millions of lives will be affected, restaurants will close and Rob Corddry's shirt will be all wrinkled.
Moment of Zen - Baby PandasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
A Chinese announcer comments on the cuteness of 16 baby pandas.
Headlines - Crossing OverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
For more information on President Bush's philosophy on immigration policy, check out "The Idiot's Guide to Redundancy for Stupid Dummies."
Moment of Zen - Out of HandThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Former President and CEO of the MPAA, Jack Valenti, believes that standards are getting out of hand.
Daily/Colbert - Compound ProblemThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Jon Stewart ends the show and checks in with Stephen Colbert at The Colbert Report.
Michelle YeohThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
For the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha" Michelle Yeoh had to learn to play the shamisen which is made from the skin of a dead cat.
Fat Little BrotherThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The Cuban dictator Fidel Castro refers to Florida Governor Jeb Bush as President George W. Bush's "fat little brother."
A Tale of Survival - Stuck in a Super-Stretch Death Limo of DeathThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Innocent Rachel Chen and five of her hot friends were supposed to have a night of stuffing dollar bills into the thong of a sweaty, gay male stripper -- but tragedy hit.
Baghdad LegalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Maybe this is revisionist history, but the real crime against humanity in Iraq is no air conditioned green rooms for reporters.
Who The F**k is Ted Stevens?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
In the Senate, unlike in the real world, the older you get the more people have to listen to your crazy ramblings.
You Can't Do That on Television!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The fault for society's ills lies not with government and institutions, but with music and pictures.
Headlines - Secular CentralThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Bill O'Reilly unearths a devastating year-old, six-second long Daily Show joke that threatens Christmas and Christianity itself.
Daily/Colbert - First Great WarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Jon Stewart checks in with Stephen Colbert at The Colbert Report and previews tomorrow's main story.
Moment of Zen - A Beazley ChristmasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The breaking news at CNN is President George W. Bush talking to his dogs.
David McCullough Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
David McCullough discusses the importance of using diaries, journals and memoirs as historical data.
David McCullough Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
David McCullough says that the first year of the Revolutionary War, the most important war in our history, could have been won by the British at any time.
Terror BluesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
According to gathered intelligence, homeland security money would be better spent on dog armor than on air conditioning for garbage trucks.
No Pain, No GainThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The United States does not implant chips into Condoleezza Rice's brain that emit talking points through a mouth-hole like region.
Passing the TortureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
The Bush administration's demands are that they want to do whatever they want, to whomever they want, whenever they want, with nobody knowing about it.
A Fortune in ColdThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
This year, correspondent Nate Corddry is turning the scare mongers' frozen frowns upside down.
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