The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 6 • 04/03/2002
Jon Stewart's plan for resolving the Middle East conflict sucks.
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University of Maryland students celebrate their NCAA Basketball championship by raising their hands in the air as if they just don't want to be shot.
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Jon and former conservative David Brock talks about the right wing conspiracy.
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The rocky terrain in Afghanistan will not support Oprah Winfrey's Egyptian Transport Barge.
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Jon Stewart is pretty sure his show is just filler before people go to bed and start copulating.
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Television stations are using subliminal technology to send rays up our asses to control our minds.
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Check out The Daily Show's new publishing venture about its host and correspondents!
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Al-Qaeda has many tentacles; we just cut one off.
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Norway agrees to support the U.S.-led war on terror as long as CNN agrees to correct the spelling of the word 'terror.'
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George W. Bush points out that some have misunderestimated the compassion of the United States.
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The inspirational story of a dying woman who donates a pace maker to a German Shepherd named Sunshine.
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They may hit a sheep or two, but wouldn't the Middle East conflict be better served to play out in New Zealand?
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Global public opinion on the Middle East crisis is leaning toward the Palestinians, but there is one pro-Israel demonstration.
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Mo Rocca reports on the end of the golden age of corporate ballpark naming.
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A study claims a majority of adults feel a lack of respect and courtesy is a serious problem in American society.
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Ashley Judd and Jon discuss Kentucky basketball, Trivial Pursuit and her fantasy of being a cook at Waffle House.
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Enron Field's retractable roof closes.
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Playboy gives Enron employees the opportunity to pose for the magazine.
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Robert Hanssen is arrested for espionage eight years after FBI officials were warned about him.
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Tony Danza discusses fatherhood and his cabaret career.
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Colin Powell almost wades into bloody, centuries old conflict but decides to stop in Morocco instead.
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