The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Duck and Cover
Season 11 • 02/14/2006
Jon Stewart rubs his nipples upon hearing the words, "Will Dick Cheney resign?"
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Throughout the opening festivities of the Olympics, Brian Williams wanted to make sure no one forgot that the world is a sad, sad place.
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Astronaut Mike Mullane, spent most of his time at NASA in space shuttle simulators.
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Vice President Dick Cheney believes the world is a better place for his spreading buckshot throughout the entire region of Mr. Whittington's face.
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An instructional video on hunting demonstrates how not to shoot another hunter.
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Vice President Dick Cheney hunts pen-raised witless quail with no wings to level the playing field.
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Harry Whittington, 78-years-old, is the first person to have been shot by a sitting vice president since Alexander Hamilton.
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The story of Dick Cheney's hunting accident could be a cover-up that goes all the way up to the vice president.
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Puppies suckle on the teat of a pig.
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Peter Tertzakian believes the answer to the energy problem is small steps that will buy us time to implement new alternatives.
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In just 18 short centuries, we've gone from honoring the bloody decapitation of a religious martyr to dogs in boxer shorts.
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After Harry Whittington was shot in the face by Dick Cheney and suffered a mild heart attack, the story was downgraded from "incredibly hilarious" to "now a little sad."
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Michael Brown was framed: he vows to spend the rest of his life looking for the real director of FEMA.
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The ex-head of the Texas Wildlife and Parks Department apparently outranks the vice president.
Trendspotting - Social NetworkingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Social networking sites are loaded with sexual predators; more importantly they're loaded with sexual prey.
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Brit Hume wants to know if Dick Cheney hit his target.
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Today was Cheney's fourth consecutive day without shooting someone else in the face.
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This year Samuel L. Jackson has made more movies than there are days in the year.
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So which ongoing investigation wouldn't Scott McClellan talk about?
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10,000 people in Pakistan riot because of controversial Danish cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad.
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Jason Jones promises to be a better father.
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