The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Porks and Habitation
Season 20 • 12/01/2014
Governor Chris Christie turns his back on the pigs of New Jersey for his Iowa caucus pipe dreams.
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Governor Chris Christie considers the political advantages of allowing New Jersey farmers to use gestation crates that keep pigs from moving and cause them to go insane.
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"Interstellar" star Jessica Chastain discusses the intelligence of pigs and looks forward to puking during astronaut training.
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Lewis Black reports on the increasingly outlandish practices associated with Black Friday and discusses its impact on laborers and retailers.
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A loophole in the Republicans' anti-eminent domain law would allow TransCanada to acquire private land for the Keystone XL pipeline.
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In one of their classic sketch comedy scenes, Mike Nichols does his best to convince Elaine May that he would be a respectful date.
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Eddie Redmayne reflects on portraying Stephen Hawking's struggle with ALS in the biopic "The Theory of Everything."
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When the Keystone XL pipeline bill fails to pass, Mary Landrieu's Senate seat is jeopardized, but the bill itself may get a second chance when the Republicans come to power.
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A grand jury in Ferguson decides not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, sparking civil rights protests across the U.S., but Fox News blames "racial arsonists" for the outcry.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano, a Fox News analyst and the author of "Suicide Pact," argues that the government could better defend Americans' civil liberties.
Moment of Zen - Richard Pryor's Detroit RunThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
In a 1977 episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," Richard Pryor describes the precautions black men must take in order to exercise in Detroit.
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Governor Chris Christie vetoes a widely supported bill that would ban pig gestation crates in New Jersey, and a woman is removed from a flight when her pig panics in the air.
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Senior Black Correspondent and The Nightly Show host Larry Wilmore dispels the notion that the Ferguson protests have nothing to do with race.
Moment of Zen - The Mission Continues & The Grass Mud HorseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Jon supports the efforts of the nonprofit organization The Mission Continues, and a reporter on Newsy shares one of China's particularly suggestive examples of wordplay.
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The St. Louis Rams and their local police department get into a Twitter fight about the team's "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" gesture in solidarity with the Ferguson protesters.
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Doctors Without Borders Executive Director Sophie Delaunay describes the organization's efforts to provide essential medical aid to the regions affected by Ebola.
A Measured Discussion of the Prohibition of Wordplay in the People's Republic of ChinaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Fearing that wordplay will lead to cultural and linguistic chaos, China bans the use of puns.
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Energy giant Baker Hughes launches a breast cancer campaign despite the use of known carcinogens in fracking, and Samantha Bee identifies broader pinkwashing opportunities.
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Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl discusses his HBO series, "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways," and reflects on the sense of community he's found through music.
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The newly appointed U.S. ambassadors to Hungary and Argentina make up for what they lack in relevant qualifications with notable campaign fundraising skills.
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Fox News's Gretchen Carlson worries that civil rights protests in New York City will get in the way of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
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