The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Gov, Actually
Season 8 • 11/18/2003
Arnold Schwarzenegger is sworn in as the Governor of California.
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Chief Justice Roy Moore was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court after his repeated refusal to remove the Ten Commandments from the lobby of the courthouse.
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Heidi Klum says that to get a supermodel to do something she doesn't want to do, you just have to push her and yell "go."
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Evansville's mayor decides it is more important to go to a Cher concert than to deal with a raw sewage problem.
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Roy Moore stands his ground in the face of intense scrutiny.
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President George W. Bush intends to relive his days as a drinking man on this visit to London. Cats, beware.
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Saddam Hussein and Rush Limbaugh both have the same old stuff to say.
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Lewis Black vents about obesity in America, the evils of bread and the idiocy of Dr. Phil's energy bars.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is sworn in as the new Governor of California.
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Former CBS correspondent, and best-selling author of both Bias and Arrogance, Bernard Goldberg discusses the media elite and their elitist bubble.
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Stephen Colbert points out the differences between the inaugurations of Governors Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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The police storm Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is sworn in as the Governor of California.
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For the past two Thanksgivings, James Spader has cooked a frighteningly large chicken instead of turkey.
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When we want to occupy someone, they don't want us to occupy, and when they do want us to occupy we lose interest in occupying.
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Professor Hamamoto has a dream that one day Asian men will be judged not by the color of their skin but by the character of their penis.
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It will be interesting to see if Michael Jackson's child molestation trial winds up being the train wreck we've been waiting for since 1983.
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Paul Bremer tells ABC News that the U.S. will become an invited presence in Iraq.
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The dramatic Native Americans introduced the white man to the pumpkin or, as they called it, the gourd of fire.
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Billy Bob Thornton tells Jon how he was nervous about swearing in front of the child actors in his latest film.
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President Bush arrives in London for a three day visit to America's leading -- and more or less only -- ally.
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Soon gay people will be mailing invitations and picking out china patterns like the rest of the straight losers.
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