The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Scorn Supremacy
Season 12 • 07/30/2007
Aasif Mandvi weighs in on the mutual contempt between Congress and the White House.
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After New Zealand's government outlaws satire against politicians, Jon offers to ridicule the country's notable political figures himself.
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Jason Jones interviews Chris Flexhaug to find out what it feels like to not-walk a mile in another man's shoes.
Moment of Zen - Bodily StutterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Bodily functions can get in the way of your speech.
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Historian Robert Dallek introduces Jon to the drunk and heavily sedated Richard Nixon in his book "Nixon and Kissinger."
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John Oliver reports on the breakfast-based rescue efforts in the wake of England's worst flood.
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Tony Blair's former press secretary Alastair Campbell chats about his book "The Blair Years" and plans to write about Jon in his diary.
Stephen's SonnetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Stephen recites a sonnet about the upcoming episode of The Colbert Report.
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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown visited Camp David for a weekend sleepover with President Bush.
They Got ServedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Congressional Democrats subpoena Karl Rove, prompting a harsh response from the Bush administration.
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Iraq won the Asian Cup, but unimpressed John Oliver is a soccer fan first and a person second.
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Aasif Mandvi reports that at this rate, the U.S. will be out of contempt sometime next year.
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Endurance swimmer Lewis Gordon Pugh describes traveling the waters of the North Pole in just a Speedo and goggles.
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Jason Jones explains how the scandal swirling around Alaska Senator Ted Stevens hurts the little ones most of all.
Moment of Zen - Icy WaterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
CNN anchors plunge their extremities into an Artic bowl.
Indecision '08 - StyleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Fox News provides coverage of the 2008 presidential candidates, and John Hodgman gives Americans a lesson in the fashion of politics.
Live EarthThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Aasif Mandvi gets his awareness raised at the Live Earth concert with some help from Bon Jovi.
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An FBI raid on Senator Ted Stevens's Alaskan home reveals an elite vintage of wine.
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Jed Babbin describes his comprehensive guide to anti-American ire, "In the Words of Our Enemies."
I Now Pronounce You Dick & LarryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Dick Cheney sits down with Larry King to share a little sunshine and a smile.
The Rummy ReturnsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
While discussing the friendly-fire death of Pat Tillman, Donald Rumsfeld shows he still knows the dance of obfuscation and evasion.
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