The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
John Hodgman - Spiritual Advisor
Season 13 • 04/30/2008
John Hodgman compares Billy Graham and other religious leaders to Jeremiah Wright.
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The release of Grand Theft Auto IV puts Aasif Mandvi on the streets of Liberty City.
Moment of Zen - Scalia's OpinionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Justice Antonin Scalia gives "60 Minutes" the correct opinion about torture.
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Jon and the correspondents offer a public service message to the kids about a third option to sex or abstinence.
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Aasif Mandvi wonders if Justice Antonin Scalia's an avatar after hearing his interpretation of torture.
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The former Speaker of the House gives his opinions on Barack Obama's fallout with the Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
Daily/Colbert - Stephen's New HatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Stephen shows off the spoils of his economic stimulus rebate check, including a trophy accessory.
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Jon faces a dose of reality when an audience member brings up an old school chum.
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Jon pulls up a tub of ice cream as the media's feeding frenzy on the Reverend Jeremiah Wright continues.
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CNN's Campbell Brown manages to cram two hours' worth of Jeremiah Wright into one sentence.
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The journalist tells anecdotes of presidents and their speechwriters, as well as critics such as H. L. Mencken.
John Hodgman - Spiritual AdvisorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Hodgman compares historical presidential spiritual advisors to the Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
Moment of Zen - Magic WandThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
President Bush hopes for a mystical solution to the recent oil price hikes.
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The DNC chairman tries to explain the Democrats' confusing nomination process.
The Economy - Not Unbad?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
President Bush and cable news offer plenty of hyperbole but no solutions to the nation's money problems.
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Jason Jones travels to Scranton to get an exclusive expose on Hillary Clinton.
Oliver - Magic WandThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Oliver aka Featherwick the Unsuperable uses bad magic tricks to stress the importance of finding Bush's mythical economic cure.
Moment of Zen - Expert AdviceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Hillary points to economists to back up her stance on the housing market.
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The Senate Majority Leader explains why the Democrats can't break the Congressional gridlock.
Oliver - Ticket to the PolliesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Oliver previews nominees for the annual political ad awards, including the creator of the infamous "Willie Horton" spot.
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Stephen makes a choice to cut off religious ties with Jon.
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