The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Pat Sounds
Season 10 • 08/24/2005
To be fair, Pat Robertson used 'assassinate' as a verb only.
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Pharmaceutical company Merck was sued for withholding information about the drug Vioxx's side effects -- like heart attacks.
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Rachel Weisz talks about living in the African bush while shooting "The Constant Gardener." Her next adventure: riding in a blimp over Brooklyn.
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Tonik is the new extreme health plan geared toward 19-to-29-year-olds who demand better marketing and a health plan with attitude.
This Week in God - Burger King MuslimThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Stephen Colbert looks at Buddhist statues made with lasers, different punishments for masturbation, and the first Burger King to serve up halal meat.
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Pat Robertson feels that assassinating Hugo Chavez is a good idea. It's cheaper than starting a war and 58% of Americans are unhappy with the war we're already paying for.
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Samantha Bee travels to Prospect Park, New Jersey, where the beleaguered mayor was forced to dismiss two city councilmen for poor attendance.
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Senator Trent Lott discusses his book "Herding Cats" about his life dealing with the good, the bad and the ugly in the Senate.
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Singing Senators Trent Lott, Larry Craig, John Ashcroft and Jim Jeffords perform their smash hit, "Elvira."
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CNN President Jonathan Klein defends Bob Costas' decision not to air an hour-long special on the Natalee Holloway case.
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A furor erupts over Pat Robertson's suggestion that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ought to be assassinated.
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Christopher Hitchens discusses his new book, "Thomas Jefferson: Author of America," and the rationale for removing Saddam Hussein from power.
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Siberian workers incinerate hundreds of birds thought to be infected with the H5 strain of avian flu.
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A montage of George W. Bush relaxing on vacation set to the tune of Bananarama's "Cruel Summer"
Mess O'Potamia - He Said, Sheehan SaidThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Cindy Sheehan has become a powerful symbol for those opposed to the war and, therefore, must be destroyed.
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George W. Bush hears your concerns, but only the ones that make you look like a pussy.
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A montage of clips of President Bush answering questions about Iraq set to a backbeat.
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Jon doesn't care to speculate about whether or not Lance Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs.
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The Daily Show follows George W. Bush's difficult journey from vacation back to the White House in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
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Marc Siegel discusses his new book, "False Alarm," and the epidemic of fear in post-9/11 America.
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