The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Shipping News
Season 11 • 02/22/2006
You can say that Dubai is the lactobacilli of American shipping.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Brother vs. Brother- War on Terror
Rob Corddry and Nate Corddry get into an extremely heated debate over the responsibilities of office during wartime and on the capital of Thailand.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Headlines - Victim's Apology
Harry Whittington apologizes for being shot in the face by vice president Dick Cheney.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Moment of Zen - King Dances
Larry King busts a few moves with a professional dancer from "Dancing with the Stars."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Prison Break
The Australian television stations release new pictures from Abu Ghraib prison, making Iraqi President Jalal Talabani many microphones angry.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Portscenter
Since 9/11, President George W. Bush has vowed to occasionally watch the news for any information about our ports.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 American Resolutions - Emotional Side
Without a national disaster to stand in front of and weep, Jason Jones has to find another way to show his emotional side.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Power Ham
After winning the Powerball millions, co-workers at a ham processing plant still want to make use of the employee ham discount.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Daily/Colbert - Wharves
Jon Stewart ends the show and checks in with Stephen Colbert at "The Colbert Report."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Moment of Zen - Too Many Eagles
Bald eagles are all over Homer, Alaska.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox is going to wait for the commercial break to tell Jon Stewart all the secrets of "Lost."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 The Shipping News
The government has assured us that no matter who is running the ports, it will still have the same criminally negligent security it's had since 9/11.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Headlines - Enemies with Benefits
The U.S. Army discovers an Al Qaeda employment contract.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Daily/Colbert - Slander
What prominent Hollywood star is on record supporting Nazism?
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Back in Black - Flag Burning
Flag burning is a simple yet stylish way to express your anger.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Headlines - David Irving Sentenced
David Irving, on trial for Holocaust denial, showed up to court with copies of his book, "Hitler's War."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Headlines - Soft Corps
The U.S. Army adopts a kinder and gentler approach to basic training for recruits that are too lazy or emotionally fragile for boot camp.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert isn't getting a tingly feeling, but if he had 40 billion people watching him he might.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Your Tax Dollars at War
President Bush requests an additional $65 billion for the Iraq War.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Moment of Zen - Pat Boone Sings
Pat Boone sings at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11 Uncaged Heat
Dan Bakkedahl investigates why folks in Shakopee, Minnesota refuse to put a fence around their women's prison even if it is full of lesbionic dildo-wielding rapists.
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