The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Bill O'Reilly Defends His Nazi Analogies
Season 16 • 01/27/2011
Bill O'Reilly defends his Nazi reference by putting it into complete context.
Intro - James Franco Is Stuck Under the Mini-FridgeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The mini fridge in the green room came down on James Franco after he tried to get a fun-size Snickers bar.
James FrancoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
James Franco walked to poetry class after learning he had received an Oscar nomination for best actor.
State of the Union 2011 - Republican RebuttalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Paul Ryan sells his vision of limited government to a primetime audience, and Michele Bachmann speaks for the real America.
State of the Union 2011 - Night of Too Many PromisesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Republicans and Democrats risk physical contact with each other, and an audience member gets excited about her presidential shout-out.
Jonathan AlterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jonathan Alter says Barack Obama has struggled to connect with the American public, yet he's accomplished more than any president since Lyndon Johnson.
Moment of Zen - Bipartisan Seating ChartThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jason Chaffetz was scared to death he was going to have to sit next to Anthony Weiner at the State of the Union address.
State of the Union 2011 - Correspondent RebuttalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
John Oliver, Olivia Munn and Larry Wilmore deliver rebuttals to Jon's jokes about the State of the Union.
T. Boone PickensThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
T. Boone Pickens notes that America is the only country in the world without an energy plan.
Moment of Zen - 15 Inches of FunThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
A local reporter thinks it's a perfect night for 15 inches of fun.
The Rule of the NileThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jason Jones, Olivia Munn, Sam Bee and Aasif Mandvi disagree on who deserves the credit for a wave of democratic uprising sweeping the Muslim world.
Bill O'Reilly Defends His Nazi AnalogiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Bill O'Reilly explains that he had a good reason for comparing Arianna Huffington to Nazis.
Mess O'Slightly-to-the-Left O'Potamia - Egyptian ProtestsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Despite its expressed support, America loses some credibility with Egyptian protesters thanks to tear gas canisters stamped "Made in U.S.A.".
Let's Go Exile! - Hosni MubarakThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
If France is too close to The Hague for Hosni Mubarak's tastes, he might enjoy another exile hot spot, the Arabian Peninsula.
From Russia with GovThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Only a Soviet agent would purposefully twist around historic facts and put out a willful misunderstanding of President Obama's words.
Moment of Zen - Natasha Takes WashingtonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Natasha claims that anybody can take Washington, D.C.
Bill GatesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Bill Gates wants to eradicate polio in India, Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan in the next year.
Back in Black - Meat EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Taco Bell fights back against a beef lawsuit, and the Akron Aeros serve the "Nice 2 Meat You" burger.
We Are the WorldThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Conservatives turn into political hypochondriacs, and no one is more neurotic than the Woody Allen of Fox News.
Michael Steele Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
After the Republican victory in the midterms, Michael Steele feels a little like a coach who took his team to the playoffs and yet was canned afterwards.
Intro - An American in PrisonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Only one American languishes in prison tonight because his sister wanted to stay for the show.
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