The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Indecision 2000 - Third Parties
Season 4 • 03/15/2000
Jon looks at some freaky third parties.
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Rudy Giuliani tap dances and the crowd goes wild.
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Wolf Blitzer finally admits that the news media distorts everything.
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Jon takes a look at the various scary, freaky third parties that fill out the democratic process.
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A man joyously eats a fake brain.
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The Japanese find a way to combine the cold, emotionless detachment of a computer with the silent, indifferent arrogance of a cat.
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Frank DeCaro thinks that the fact Matt Damon wasn't nominated for a Best Actor Oscar proves the Academy doesn't know Dickey.
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Steve Carell profiles the Silicon Valley homeless, many of whom are too poor to afford more than a well-lit efficiency overlooking a courtyard.
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An obese woman models dominatrix lingerie while the host comments on its sex appeal.
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