The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - Priests Singing
Season 5 • 05/03/2001
Orthodox priests sing.
Moment of Zen - NuclearThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
President George W. Bush mispronounces the word "nuclear."
Fire AwayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
According to Mo Rocca, 100% of the American public work at Lockheed Martin and love the proposed missile defense system.
Shield of Dreams - TechnologyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Senior Military Analyst Steve Carell presents the latest anti-biological vapor that can render New York City both safe and pine fresh.
Other News - Mammal in the MirrorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
For years, the dolphin mirror industry has been haunted by the question: "When dolphins look in the mirror, what do they see?"
Dastardly NationsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
You have to look at foreign nations the same way you have to look at women -- you must assume they are all out to destroy you.
Other News - Dream ConThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Nova Dreamer claims to help you control your dreams.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - DrivenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
"Driven" stars Sylvester Stallone and the Filene's Basement version of Heath Ledger, Kip Pardue.
Headlines - Press CorpseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Only two national television reporters will be allowed into Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh's execution chamber.
Robert PatrickThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Robert Patrick plays psychos and mean bastards but you gotta do what you gotta do.
It's Not Easy Being GreenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Mill Ends Park is a two-foot by two-foot oasis that has been set aside to be protected and cherished.
Moment of Zen - Priests SingingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
A group of orthodox priests sing.
Pet SedentaryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Pets can be freeze-dried through the pet freeze-drying technology of maverick pet freeze-dryer Anthony Eddy.
Moment of Zen - T-BallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Sports announcer Bob Costas calls the play-by-play for t-ball on the South Lawn.
Other News - Strom of the CenturyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
While Orrin Hatch accuses Democrats of holding a Strom Thurmond death watch, Strom Thurmond accuses a potted plant of having lips that say 'no' but eyes that say 'yes.'
Headlines - Bush LeagueThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
President George W. Bush opened a t-ball game on the White House South Lawn with the ceremonial forced attempt at humor.
Ad Nauseam - WomenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Today's advertisers know that women may look good on the outside, but in the inside, they're a mess.
Chris RobinsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Every time the Black Crowes are in their tour bus the bus driver crashes it into a car.
Drysdale - Old FartsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Eric Drysdale talks to the creator of the Fart Machine and an advocate of The Whoopee Cushion.
Preview - Week of 5/9/01The Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Mo Rocca learns firsthand the ins and outs of becoming a flight attendant.
Moment of Zen - Greek Orthodox WeddingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
ests applaud and cheer at a Greek Orthodox wedding.
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