The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 8 • 03/08/2004
The Martha Stewart verdict turns into nothing more than another viewers' circus.
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Lewis Black won't go to see "Passion of the Christ" because he can't stand a sob story that isn't his own.
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In this case the lobbyists are like Frankenstein: harmless, misunderstood and stitched together from dead body parts.
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The Mayor of New Paltz was brought up on charges for "illegally solemnizing a marriage."
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Jon Stewart ends the show for the night and previews the guest and stories for next week.
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Martha Stewart is found guilty of obstructing justice, making false statements and poorly accessorizing.
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Attorney General John Ashcroft takes a break from monitoring everything everywhere to comment on the Worldcom case.
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Jon feels the bear used in last night's episode of "The Sopranos" was unrealistic.
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With no cell phones or cameras allowed in the courthouse for the verdict, seasoned reporters turn to red scarves.
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A polar bear in Central Park once waved to Val Kilmer.
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Reporters scurry out the courthouse waving red scarves to report the Martha Stewart verdict.
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Be sure to catch Stephen Colbert's special report on Martha Stewart's private life, tomorrow night at 7 on "Martha Stewart: Under the Linen."
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After decades of tyranny, democracy is back in Iraq, if by democracy you mean a temporary set of guidelines signed by unelected members of the U.S. appointed governing body.
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George W. Bush's new ad campaign contains the most disturbing image ever shown in a campaign commercial, eclipsing Bob Dole's infamous 1996 talking belly button man
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If George W. Bush isn't elected in November, Ed Gillespie is out of a job.
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Jon Stewart would like to thank Chris Matthews and Hardball for reaffirming where he stands on the show business ladder.
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The lead actor on Fox's "The Littlest Groom" feels a local Alabama ad would make a mockery of his show.
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The empty constitution signing room in Iraq.
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The stars moving through space.
George CarlinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
George Carlin explains the same people who killed Jesus are creating problems today: religious people, government and big business.
The Fall SpyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
CIA Director George Tenet did the only honorable thing a person in his situation could do- wash his hands of the entire affair.
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