The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 6 • 08/09/2001
It's tragic that small towns are being dissolved merely because of their whores and strip clubs.
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If anyone ever asks you how short is too short when it comes to your shorts, Steve Carell says, not short enough.
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Japanese group Papaya Suzuki and his Oyaji dancers sing and dance on stage.
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A little girl's novelty umbrella hat provided some relief in the heat wave, but her companion's funny Asian eyeglasses did not.
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Matt Walsh is in the Daily Show weather center, giving the weather from the Weathertronic 2000, which has ran out of suns.
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Jason Biggs' management threw him a party, but he left early and missed the arrival of the drunk Bush twins.
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Nancy Walls and Steve Carell hate to say goodbye to retiring Michael Flatley, the Lord of the Shirtless Dance.
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President George W. Bush bends over to build a house for Habitat for Humanity.
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Jon Stewart demands that the star of "American Pie 2" be on the show tonight.
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President George W. Bush assisted Habitat for Humanity in Waco, Texas in building a new house to replace the other one the government burned down that one time.
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Folks in Jefferson don't lock their doors -- they dead bolt them, then jam a chair under the door knob and sleep with one eye open.
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Generation X embodies the true spirit of youth with really cool clothes and sunglasses you can wear inside.
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Solid rocket boosters drop off a rocket.
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Steve Carell would rather debate over Dutch prostitutes than stem cell research.
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The Concerned Women for America are against the use of federal funds for stem cell research. The Unconcerned Women for America are not so well organized.
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NASA is forced to use helicopters on their upcoming mission due to a lack of available unicorns.
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David Rakoff feels that his cut scene with Jon in "The First Wives Club" really anchored the narrative.
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20 years ago this week the personal computer was introduced to the public, but that wasn't what was on Jon's mind.
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John Carpenter pines for the days of sex, drugs and rock 'n roll.
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