The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
How to Navigate Race-Based Humor
Season 21 • 04/12/2016
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper weigh in on when race jokes are appropriate.
The Smartphone GunThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
After he gets into an embarrassing situation with his concealed firearm, a man designs a handgun that closely resembles a smartphone.
Third Month Mania - The Championship MatchupThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. announce what makes Americans the maddest, and Jordan Klepper accepts the Third Month Mania award on behalf of the winner.
Japan's Virtual Reality Sex SuitThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Japanese scientists invent a full-body virtual reality suit that simulates sex, and Jordan Klepper tries it out.
On the Campaign Trail in New York CityThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
While campaigning in New York City, Hillary Clinton has trouble swiping a subway card, and John Kasich picks an inopportune time to take a crack at the Yankees.
Jennifer Hudson - Giving a Victim a Voice in "Confirmation"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jennifer Hudson talks about taking on roles as powerful female characters in the Broadway musical "The Color Purple" and the HBO movie "Confirmation."
The TSA's Randomizer AppThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
The TSA spends nearly $47,000 creating an airport app that randomly selects which security lane passengers will enter.
King Bach - From Internet Celebrity to Star of "Meet the Blacks"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
King Bach explains how he parlayed his Vine career into traditional acting roles and chats about his parody horror movie "Meet the Blacks."
Bill de Blasio's Questionable JokeThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
During a skit with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio makes an ill-advised joke about "colored people's time."
Sexual Racism: When Preferences Become DiscriminationThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
While investigating sexual racism, Jessica Williams and Ronny Chieng learn about discrimination against black women and Asian men.
The Backlash Over North Carolina's Anti-LGBT LawThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
To protest North Carolina's discriminatory LGBT law, Bruce Springsteen cancels a concert in Greensboro, and the porn site xHamster blocks users from the state.
How to Navigate Race-Based HumorThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper explain when it's appropriate to joke about racial stereotypes.
The Trump Network: Donald Trump's Failed Pyramid SchemeThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Donald Trump has been campaigning as a successful businessman, but the presidential hopeful's failed line of health products proves otherwise.
Ken Jeong - Combining Laughter with Medicine on "Dr. Ken"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Ken Jeong talks about using his experiences as an actual medical doctor on his show "Dr. Ken" and weighs in on representing Asian Americans on television.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted Over Hush MoneyThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Former GOP Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert is indicted on banking charges after withdrawing large sums of money to pay off his alleged molestation victim.
North Korea's Letter to AmericaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un criticizes President Obama in an open letter written as Abraham Lincoln.
Congrats to the MambaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Trevor congratulates Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant on scoring 60 points during his final NBA game.
More Reasons to Hate Ted CruzThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Ted Cruz tries to appear likable at a CNN town hall, but his defense of "The Godfather: Part III" and his wife Heidi Cruz's story about him stockpiling soup don't help.
W. Kamau Bell - Starting Uncomfortable Discussions About Racism on "United Shades of America"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
W. Kamau Bell explains what he learned about discrimination from talking to the KKK and other racist groups on his CNN documentary series "United Shades of America."
The Delegate Death MatchThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jordan Klepper demonstrates why it's problematic for Republican and Democratic delegates to ignore voters and pledge support to whichever candidate they prefer.
Ellie Kemper - The Real-Life Enthusiasm of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star Ellie Kemper explains how she's similar to her character and recalls losing control of her bladder on her co-star Tituss Burgess.
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