The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
How Safe Aren't We? - The Sharper Luggage
Season 10 • 08/22/2005
Security procedures in airports may be a bit overboard.
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Novelist John Irving tells Jon about the experiences he shares with the main character of his latest book, "Until I Find You," including have sex at age eleven.
Back in Black - Americans Love WarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Lewis Black examines how Americans love war, some even reenacting a war we lost.
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Jon Stewart interviews John H. Richardson, author of "My Father the Spy," who talks about his father's life as a CIA agent who was outed.
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The Israel government orders the removal of Israeli settlers from the Gaza Strip, and 14,000 soldiers lend a helping hand.
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Senior Exodist Rob Corddry reports on the Israeli withdrawal of settlers from the Gaza Strip.
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Footage of Nils Olav, a penguin and Honorary Colonel in the Royal Norwegian Guard is walking with an honor guard.
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Iraq writes, but hasn't yet approved, a constitution, Senator George Allen compares Iraq to some concepts we can all understand and President Bush goes for a bike ride.
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Chris Wallace and Jon Stewart discus Iraq and Steve Carell.
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Children take turns screaming "mom" into a microphone.
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Pharmaceutical company Merck was sued for withholding information about the drug Vioxx's side effects -- like heart attacks.
How Safe Aren't We? - The Sharper LuggageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Airport security precautions have become very thorough. Knives, razor blades and Chinese stars are some forbidden items, and babies are not exempt from terrorist suspicion.
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Rachel Weisz talks about living in the African bush while shooting "The Constant Gardener." Her next adventure: riding in a blimp over Brooklyn.
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Tonik is the new extreme health plan geared toward 19-to-29-year-olds who demand better marketing and a health plan with attitude.
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Stephen Colbert looks at Buddhist statues made with lasers, different punishments for masturbation, and the first Burger King to serve up halal meat.
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Pat Robertson feels that assassinating Hugo Chavez is a good idea. It's cheaper than starting a war and 58% of Americans are unhappy with the war we're already paying for.
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Samantha Bee travels to Prospect Park, New Jersey, where the beleaguered mayor was forced to dismiss two city councilmen for poor attendance.
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Senator Trent Lott discusses his book "Herding Cats" about his life dealing with the good, the bad and the ugly in the Senate.
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A furor erupts over Pat Robertson's suggestion that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ought to be assassinated.
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Singing Senators Trent Lott, Larry Craig, John Ashcroft and Jim Jeffords perform their smash hit, "Elvira."
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