The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Monkey See, Monkey Sue
Season 6 • 09/10/2001
Jews for Jesus use Curious George on pamphlets and get sued.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Moment of Zen - Out of Order
Senator Jesse Helms bangs his gavel and tells someone they are "out of order."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Back in Black - Unnecessary
Lewis Black lists a few things we don't need: pet psychics, Lithuanians dancing to American country music, strongest beard records and Al Gore.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Cats' Entertainment
Mainstream cat video director Steve Cantin dismisses the validity of shaving a cat, lubing it up and attaching it to an electrocardiograph.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Ad Nauseam - Sex Sells
Steve Carell examines how sex is a powerful marketing tool that should not be used inappropriately.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 They Might Be Giants
Jon interviews John Flansburgh and John Linnell of "'They Might Be Giants" and they talk about touring and getting sick of each other.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Pity The Fuel
Stacey Grenrock-Woods investigates the forward-seeing scientists of the Unarius Academy of Science and their pursuit of renewable energy.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Intro - Back From Vacation
Jon Stewart, back from a two-week vacation, explains how he got sober.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Headlines - Attention: Deficit Disorder
According to a Labor Department report, the nation's unemployment rate has soared, and President George W. Bush doesn't really have a plan.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Recap - 9/10/01
Jon Stewart recaps the rising unemployment rate and the Curious George lawsuit.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Moment of Zen - President George W. Bush - Coin Toss
President George W. Bush has a coin toss in front of a group of boys in football uniforms. Tails wins.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Headlines - Monkey See, Monkey Sue
Jews for Jesus use Curious George on pamphlets, and publisher Houghton Mifflin sues them for copyright infringement.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Ad Nauseam - Nads
You'll never sell anything without a catchy name.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Doty for President
Following unsuccessful presidential bids in 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1996, all eyes are on Oklahoma political powerhouse, Charles Doty as he considers another unsuccessful run.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Moment of Zen - A Puppy
Jon Stewart presents: a puppy.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings comes to the Republican National Convention for the food and to wear make-up.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 September 11, 2001
In the first show since the tragedy of September 11, 2001, Jon shares his thoughts and feelings about the life-changing events.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Elixir of America
Because of the nice response from the last Daily Show, Jon Stewart will open every show by hysterically crying.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 According to a New Study - Chocolate
According to a new study, eating chocolate may help maintain a healthy heart, and not just cushioning it in a protective layer of fat.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Produce Pete with Steve Carell - Herbs
Senior Produce Analyst Steve Carell gives tips on how to make your fall dishes taste exotic.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6 Green Mountain Hot Shots
Correspondent Mo Rocca gets the dirt on America's hottest music sensation, the geriatric Vermont band, the Green Mountain Hot Shots
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