The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Nuclear Reactor
Season 11 • 08/23/2006
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad responds to the U.N.'s demands that he stop enriching uranium.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Moment of Zen - Don't Blame Iraq
President George W. Bush sets the record straight on Iraq and 9/11.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Daily/Colbert - Impersonations
Jon Stewart checks in with Stephen Colbert at "The Colbert Report."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Race is the Word
Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore believes blacks and whites should unite in their racism against the Arabs.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Back in Black - Advertising
Hewlett-Packard pays to get its logo in a Jessica Simpson video, USAir sells ad space on its air sickness bags and CBS advertises on eggshells.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Moment of Zen -Tony Snow's Sax Solo
Press Secretary Tony Snow plays the saxophone with a live band.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Frederick Lane
Frederick Lane and Jon talk about how badly America is losing the Decency Wars.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Intro - Little League World Series
Jon discusses the thirteen-year-old Little League baseball player who caught his attention.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Daily/Colbert - In Your Eyes
Stephen Colbert holds up a radio playing Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 America's Government's Got Talent
On the next "America's Government's Got Talent," Condoleezza Rice has the keys to diplomacy while Tony Snow is on jazz flute.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Future Shock - Robots
Samantha Bee looks at the ways in which the human body is getting closer to perfection.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Headlines - Nuclear Reactor
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the U.N. agree to continue their dialogue, but the same can't be said for Tom Cruise and Viacom.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Daily/Colbert - A Farewell
Stephen Colbert gives Rob Corddry a touching tribute, in the words of William Wordsworth.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Headlines - Rockey Road to DC
One year after Hurricane Katrina President Bush finally meets with Rockey Vaccarella who wants to thank him for the "millions" of FEMA trucks he sent down to New Orleans.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Experteasers - Is Pluto a Planet?
Our Solar System now has eight planets and three dwarf planets. Just in case you have difficulty remembering them, John Hodgmen has updated the old schoolyard pneumonic.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Martin Short
Martin Short's Broadway show, 'Fame Becomes Me' is about his life, but none of it's true. And he doesn't want any truth backstage either.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Moment of Zen - Ping Pong Trick
The final image and lasting memory of Rob Corddry on his last day: shooting ping pong balls out of his ass.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E110Rob Corddry A Farewell - The Day the News Weeped
Rob Corddry gives himself a big send-off with a video montage honoring his last four years at The Daily Show.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E111Oliver - Safe but Not Safe
John Oliver interprets President Bush's words that we're safer but yet not safe, while not ignoring his fans on his real-time blog.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E111Daily/Colbert - Emmys
Stephen Colbert is not afraid to express how angry he is over not winning an Emmy Award.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 E111Moment of Zen - Monks fist fighting
A monk gets into a physical altercation at a Buddhist Peace Rally in Sri Lanka.
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