The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 15 • 04/27/2010
Richard Whittle explains why the notorious V-22 Osprey program could not be killed.
South Park Death ThreatsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Jon hesitates to repeat a phrase he's used before, but he has something to say to anyone threatening death in the name of religion or politics.
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Mr. Hankey greets the kids of "South Park" in the sewer.
Wham-O Moves to AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Wham-O moving its production of Frisbees, hula hoops and pool noodles from China to the U.S. is reverse colonialism.
Law & BorderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
The Arizona immigration law is very clear: the police will only check people who are reasonably suspicious.
Moment of Zen - Illegal Immigration Is IllegalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Gretchen Carlson recalls a federal law on the books that says if you are here illegally, that's illegal.
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Lisa P. Jackson hopes Lindsey Graham will rejoin the bipartisan effort to introduce climate change legislation.
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The voice actor behind the Geico commercials questions the intellectual capacity of members in the conservative group FreedomWorks.
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Samantha Bee thinks there should be more of a porn sensibility to financial regulatory mechanisms.
Moment of Zen - Goldman Sachs Stock Goes UpThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
As the Senate hearings chastise Goldman Sachs for past practices, its stocks are one of the few doing better.
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Even though the Senate is too paralyzed by partisan politics to impact the financial crisis, it can still express good old-fashioned impotent rage.
Richard WhittleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Richard Whittle calls the notorious V-22 Osprey a real-life transformer that takes off like a helicopter and flies like an airplane.
Republicans Want Michael Steele to FailThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Instead of Republicans trying to tell America that a black man will steer us all to ruin, they're using Michael Steele to show us.
Moment of Zen - Stolen iPhoneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Shepard Smith can relate to the guy who forgot his iPhone after drinking too many beers.
AppholesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Microsoft was supposed to be the evil one, but now Apple is busting down doors in Palo Alto while Bill Gates rids the world of mosquitoes.
Ken BlackwellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Ken Blackwell believes that President Obama intends to subvert the Constitution and expand central government.
Moment of Zen - Soy JizzumThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
In a discussion over what to call milk that doesn't come from a cow, Rosanna Scotto suggests "soy jizzum."
Afghanistan Stability ChartThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
The military encapsulates the solution to all of our problems in Afghanistan with one simple PowerPoint slide.
Clustershag to 10 DowningThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Gordon Brown forgets to turn off his mic after a conversation with the sweetest old lady in England.
Michael CaineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Michael Caine thinks Great Britain's political situation is different from anything it's been in 100 years.
Jonathan EigThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Jonathan Eig says the story of Al Capone has been inflated by journalists, movies and TV shows.
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