The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 4 • 12/09/1999
Rob Schneider talks to Jon about "Deuce Bigalow" and his beef with dolphins.
Other News - That's Thaw, Folks!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4 E69
Scientists warn Antarctic ice caps are melting, which means we'll be making scuba dives to the Empire State Building and the Hollywood Sign.
Moment of Zen - Hair RemovalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4 E69
Hair is removed by ripping wax off with strips.
Hair to StayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4 E69
Steve Carell meets a man whose dream is to have a deliciously hairy chest.
This Just In - Cheating Is FundamentalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4 E69
New York City teachers are accused of helping students cheat on standardized tests to create the illusion they are doing a gooder job.
Back in Black - Barbie's Designer ClothesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4 E69
Thailand celebrates the king's birthday, South Korea creates a cell phone-TV combo, Britain makes designer clothes for Barbie and a cult in Taiwan worships a dead crocodile.
Christmas PresentsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Stephen Colbert counts down the 10 hottest Christmas presents of the season, which are mostly made up of his personal junk.
Corrections/Retractions/Apologies - Cheating Scandal and Jennifer Lopez's AssThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon Stewart apologizes to New York City teachers for calling them literate, but refuses to apologize to Jennifer Lopez for making fun of the size of her ass.
Moment of Zen - President Bill Clinton Sings "Silent Night"The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
President Bill Clinton sings "Silent Night" with Wayne Newton at the National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.
Headlines - White House TrimThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
President Clinton lights the National Christmas Tree, and a new, high-tech method of eye surgery is announced.
Other News - Hot Protein ActionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon Stewart reports on Blue Gene, an IBM supercomputer that can map a human protein in real time.
Rob SchneiderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Rob Schneider discusses his upcoming movie, "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," and explains why dolphins are the jerks of the sea.
This Just In - Aluminum FoilThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Scientists at the University of Minnesota invent a miniature robot equipped with a robotic spy camera for use in rescue operations and hostage situations.
Clawed MonetsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Stacey Grenrock-Woods explores the hidden, lucrative world of cat painting.
Headlines - Youth in AsiaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A pair of Burmese 12-year-olds lead a rebel army in the jungles of Myanmar.
Headlines - Boys in the BannedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The Orange, California School Board bans an extracurricular gay and lesbian support group at El Modena High School.
Intro - 12/13/99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon wonders how voodoo, such a sweet word, can be such a painful thing to experience first hand.
Moment of Zen - Lil' Smoking GunThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A child soldier in the Burmese rebel army smokes a cigarette.
Joan LundenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Joan Lunden talks about her show "Behind Closed Doors" and her time inside a U.S. Military tank.
Ugly American - Holiday SpiritThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Dave Attell introduces Jon to the true holiday spirit: alcohol.
Indecision 2000 - Not so Deep SixThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Ethanol is just one of the many things you can learn about while watching the Republican debate.
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