The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 5 • 09/06/2000
Greg Kinnear tells Jon about visiting a soap opera set for his new film.
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Instead of listening, Jon's thinking of getting work as a game show host when he gets fired.
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Bush wants his podium to be "Homebase", while Gore wants to debate "Mexican Style."
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Steve Carell addresses the great strides Klingons have made in assimilation.
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The millionaire mogul noted that Native American gambling establishments are among the most cost-effective because they use every party of the casino.
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George W. Bush regrets that his comment about a New York Times reporter made it to the public air waves.
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Jon confirms a couple of things: cookies and ass go together and Governor Bush was not sexually aroused by his presidential nomination.
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Stacey Grenrock-Woods explains that due to thousands of years of space recklessly expanding, astrology may be gravely flawed.
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World leaders hold a summit at the United Nations, Steve Carell gives a traffic update on the Manhattan area and "Big Brother" offers a bribe to any contestant on the show.
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Children are folded in half, stuffed in backpacks and carried to hospitals after scooter injuries skyrocket.
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Pat Morita sings the national anthem at the Democratic National Convention.
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Greg Kinnear talks about going to the set of "General Hospital" and taking up the dangerous hobby of flying.
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If the average wrestling fan were old enough to vote, it would be a write-in for more boobs.
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No one would have thought that a town's fortunes could be turned around by a lop-sided, yellowish, garlic looking, blob with a huge green ass.
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Vladimir Putin, dressed in a gi, throws a man to the ground.
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Over the years, Spinal Tap has realized that you can only fall so far before you bounce.
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Frank DeCaro hasn't felt this much white guilt since Michael Bolton sang "Dock of the Bay."
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Human growth hormone is the performance enhancing drug of choice for the on-the-go athlete.
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Indiana University is not going to have Bobby Knight to kick it around anymore.
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The big Emmy winners are the gay "Will & Grace" and the flaming "West Wing."
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Nancy Walls reports on MTV's thrice-yearly annual music video awards.
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