The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 16 • 05/18/2011
Richard Beeman disputes David Barton's argument about the separation of church and state.
Aliens vs. PresidentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
President Obama focuses on immigration reform just after flying to Pakistan and killing Osama bin Laden with his bare hands.
Bonin the BarbarianThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jon can't resist the irresistible comic possibilities of the Arnold Schwarzenegger sex scandal.
Moment of Zen - Donald Trump Makes His DecisionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
As much as he'd like to, Donald Trump will not be running for president.
Annie JacobsenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Annie Jacobsen talks about Stalin's secret spacecraft and the U.S. government's denial of Area 51.
Citizen Can'tThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Daily Show stands to lose a lot of money if Donald Trump drops out of the presidential race.
Aliens vs. President - Immigration ReformThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Al Madrigal believes illegal immigration provides America with a cheap labor force and self-esteem.
Fast DiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Newt Gingrich jeopardizes his presidential campaign by appealing to the moderate wing of the Republican Party.
Fast Dive - Sister Souljah MomentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Newt Gingrich needs a Sister Souljah moment if he wants to undo the damage of criticizing a fellow Republican.
Moment of Zen - Newt Gingrich Glitter BombThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Newt Gingrich continues to sign books while someone brushes off a protester's glitter bomb.
Debt to AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
An 89-year-old radio host warns of God's judgment day, and the U.S. government hits the debt ceiling.
Richard BeemanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Richard Beeman reads the 14th Amendment from his pocket Constitution to dispute David Barton's position on states' rights.
Secrets & AlliesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Pakistan takes great care of America's very sensitive helicopter by hiding it behind a room divider from West Elm.
Moment of Zen - America's Relationship With PakistanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The U.S. and Pakistan have to stay in a bad marriage because of the children.
Osama bin Laden Conspiracy TheoryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
John Hodgman wants to fix America's relationship with Pakistan by admitting that Bin Laden isn't dead.
La Cage Aux FoolsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Bernard-Henri Levy and Ben Stein use airtight reasoning to defend Dominique Strauss-Kahn against sexual assault charges.
Lisa P. JacksonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Lisa P. Jackson explains that regulating mercury would prevent thousands of deaths and create jobs.
Indecision 2012 - Driving Miss Crazy - Palin Family VacationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Samantha Bee insists that Sarah Palin's bus tour across America is a family vacation, not a political campaign.
Moment of Zen - Insinuations About Weiner on CNNThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
It's too bad Andrew Breitbart got to make insinuations about Anthony Weiner on CNN.
Distinguished Member of CongressThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jon questions the photo of an anonymous man's bulging underwear sent from Anthony Weiner's Twitter account
Indecision 2012 - Driving Miss CrazyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Sarah Palin drives her family around key primary states in a bus but refuses to declare whether she's running for president.
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