The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - A Trillion Dollars in Context
Season 14 • 02/02/2009
Senator Mitch McConnell puts a trillion dollars in context.
Intro - Neil deGrasse Tyson's Rubik's CubeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama talks about Rahm Emanuel's middle finger.
Senate Confirmation Hearings - Bigger, Longer & UncutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Eric Holder blows it at the confirmation hearings by answering the questions in unequivocal, straightforward terms.
Daily/Colbert - Two Thumbs UpThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Stephen gives Obama's first week in office two thumbs up out of four thumbs.
Senate Confirmation Hearings RoastThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
A lot of great cabinet nominees are here tonight, and also Tim Geithner.
Hate Hannity HotlineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Sean Hannity goads imbalanced viewers to call in to the Hate Hannity Hotline.
Intro - RighteousnessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
America, you are about to bask in the righteousness that is the Daily Show.
Elephant in the RoomThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Michael Steele brings more of the same to the Republican Party.
Super Bowl AdsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
The "Cash 4 Gold" ad during the Super Bowl provides a good metaphor for our current economic situation.
Lawrence LindseyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Lawrence Lindsey says we need to cut taxes on workers and give homeowners a break.
Black DominationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Wyatt Cenac doesn't know if he's a Republican or a Democrat now that Michael Steele is the RNC chairman.
Moment of Zen - A Trillion Dollars in ContextThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Senator Mitch McConnell explains how much you have to spend to get to a trillion dollars.
Moment of Zen - Tom Daschle's Old CarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Tom Daschle's 1986 campaign ad shows him driving to work in his old car.
Oliver's Travels - KenyaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
John Oliver lets Ambassador Zachary Muburi-Muita know that the door to colonialization is always open.
Dev PatelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Dev Patel describes the amazing sense of community in the slums of Mumbai.
Daily/Colbert - Roman NumeralsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Stephen knows what Roman numerals are -- he just doesn't know what they mean.
Big 'Bama's HouseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama brings hope that Republican and Democratic crooks can work together in a bipartisan criminal enterprise.
Intro - Slumdog MillionaireThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
"Slumdog Millionaire" is much better than some of the other critically acclaimed films Jon could name.
Back in Black - Congress on YouTubeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Lewis Black tells YouTubers to turn off the Christian Bale rant and watch Congress rock their worlds.
Moment of Zen - Fox Makes Obama Feel BadThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama admits to saying he'll watch Fox News and feel bad about himself.
Karen GreenbergThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Karen Greenberg details how Guantanamo Bay went from Geneva Convention-ish to Dante's Inferno-ish.
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