The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 7 • 09/12/2002
Stephen Colbert illuminates and translates Bush's U.N. speech.
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In Lance Bass' place, the Russians will send a container packed with items for the space station that weighs about the same as the pop singer.
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Zach Braff talks about his previous job as a waiter and the new time slot for "Scrubs."
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A McDonald's nutritionist promotes McDonald's healthy change in their french fries.
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If you have teeth or love somebody who does, you'll want to read about Mo Rocca's heroic battle with gingivitis in the latest issue of Jon Magazine.
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This year, the U.S. was ranked the 16th least corrupt country in the world, tied with Corruptylvania.
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Ed Helms shares all types of festivals where you get to get fat this fall.
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The audience wanted to see a Wayans, but instead Sarah Vowell and Jon talked about Florida and its voting gaffes.
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Music plays and a baby stares into the camera.
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Jon Stewart suggests that the United States sever its ties with Florida and let them keep all the old people.
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Lewis Black looks at the effectiveness of abstract performance in international policy protest.
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President George W. Bush's U.N. speech describes a situation in Iraq too horrible to even pronounce.
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If you had the good footage, you should have put it in the movie in the first place.
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According to Federal Investigators, terrorists believe Buffalo is very much worth destroying.
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John Miller discusses what the U.S. intelligence does and does not know about Al Qaeda sleeper cells.
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What do you call someone who eats palm fronds and takes dumps the size of office furniture?
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As the mildness beat down on Roger, he needed relief, but life-giving fluids were beyond his reach.
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Pachyderms play gongs in Thailand.
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Ed Helms reports on findings of the Duke Center for Geographic Anomalies on the conditions that cause Florida to be so stupid.
Moment of Zen - Janet Reno DancingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
At the urgings of aides and cameramen, Janet Reno attempts to dance.
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Stephen Colbert explains how easily young people's slang can be misinterpreted, making phrases like "blowing up the bomb" seem dangerous.
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