The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Intro - Minimum Wage
Season 11 • 06/21/2006
The Senate votes not to raise the minimum wage.
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Juliet Eilperin runs down how incumbent Congressmen keep their seats, resorting to constant redistricting and post-softball text messaging.
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Fudgie the Whale is happy; another whale is not.
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The International Whaling Commission slams Japan for making whaling a sham and George W. Bush cautions against drinking seawater.
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North Korea is suspected of planning to test Taepodong nuclear missiles, drawing a laid-back response from the Bush administration.
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The Gustav Klimt purchase blows away the previous record price for Picasso's clearly inferior "Boy with a Pipe."
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Stephen Colbert does a 180 because he believes Anderson Cooper presents only half the story.
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The video game Pong is played.
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Jon wants Anderson Cooper to confirm that Angelina Jolie is the Bono of hotness.
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It's safe to say that a wealthy kid from the suburbs can play Grand Theft Auto without turning to a life of crime, but a poor kid might not be so fortunate.
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Samantha Bee reports from San Andreas, the town where people feel their way of life is being attacked by the morality people in Washington.
Intro - Minimum WageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
The Senate votes themselves a pay raise, but they don't vote to raise the minimum wage.
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There is no shame in losing to one of Southwest Africa's least malnourished nations.
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A herd of elephants play soccer in Thailand.
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The city of Butte, Montana has taken lemons and turned them into something that if you drink could kill you.
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Stephen Colbert is surprised and excited to catch up with Jon Stewart.
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Jon loves "Click" because everyone has had the idea when they're high that it would be great if the remote controlled everything.
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Stephen Hawking would like to give you a brief history of the contents of his pants.
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CNN Security Watch keeps viewers abreast of fear and the terror threat levels.
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History is written by the team of hand-picked historians that the winner keeps hidden away in an underground bunker.
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There are plenty of people Lance Armstrong would like to punch -- Jon Stewart is not one of those people.
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