The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 5 • 03/27/2001
Responsible drinking is a thorny issue often poorly addressed in beer commercials.
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Abraham Abdallah acquires social security numbers and credit cards of top Forbes celebrities, but only for their timeless elegance.
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Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell get into a debate on alcohol consumption and the sexiness of Antonio Banderas.
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Julia Roberts takes five minutes to thank everyone in her family and announce that her name begins with R.
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Bjork causes a fashion stir at the Academy Awards with a swan costume that has Charlton Heston reaching for his gun.
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Commentator Dave Attell originally had a conspiracy theory about the Amish, but that devolved into making fun of them.
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Richard Lewis finds it hard to play himself on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" because he doesn't know who he is.
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Steve Carell demonstrates the importance of responsible drinking.
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If you're like most Americans, you thought it was hilarious that most of Europe has been crippled by a devastating plague on its livestock.
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During a break in the action, one modern gladiator used his cell phone to call the Italian Bureau of Anachronism and turn himself in.
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A new study gives credence to the second gunman theory in the JFK assassination, causing the conspiracy theory community to be taken aback and to the left.
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In one evening of drinking, Steve Carell lost his motor skills, judgment and inhibitions -- and ultimately threw up in Stephen Colbert's car on the way home.
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Pepper Klitsch gives her raccoon his favorite snack.
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Senior News Analyst Stephen Colbert weighs in with more shocking poll results on children and teenagers.
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USA Today polled over 1,000 children to uncover that 28 percent of kids don't clean their room because they're too lazy.
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Mo Rocca takes a look behind the numbers of the USA Today poll to gain insight on why children hate cleaning their rooms.
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Mark Harmon is bored with the sexiest man alive thing.
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California power regulators approve a utility rate increase.
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Pepper Klitsch's pet, Bandit is the masked face of raccoon obesity.
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Mo Rocca continues to be ahead of all the other major news networks in reporting on the elephant siege.
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In an effort to resuscitate his image, troubled young actor Robert Downey Junior has changed his name to Rob Downey Junior.
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