The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 12 • 07/25/2007
NPR's Rob Gifford discusses his personal experience with Chinese culture and his book "China Road."
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John Oliver submits his own youthful question to the YouTube debate to the sounds of Little Ricky.
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"Presidential Secrecy and the Law" author Robert Pallitto details how presidential secrecy threatens democracy.
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Jason Jones reports on the populist nature of CNN's historic YouTube debate.
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High-tech wizardry dominates the Democratic presidential debate hosted by CNN.
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CNN hypes up its youth-oriented presidential debate, which was co-sponsored by YouTube.
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Stephen almost makes it to the end of his regular Daily Show check-in.
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Lewis Black recaps the scandals swirling around baseball player Barry Bonds, football player Michael Vick and basketball referee Tim Donaghy.
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Stephen apologizes to Josephus Cottlesworth for flubbing his well-crafted tosses to Jon.
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Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez is called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
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Rob Riggle reports on how Congress is dealing with the frustration of the Alberto Gonzales testimony.
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NPR correspondent Rob Gifford discusses travelling along the Route 66 of China in his book "China Road."
The Audacity of DopeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Michael Rasmussen is disqualified from the Tour de France not only for doping but for smuggling plums.
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After New Zealand's government outlaws satire against politicians, Jon offers to ridicule the country's notable political figures himself.
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Jason Jones interviews Chris Flexhaug to find out what it feels like to not-walk a mile in another man's shoes.
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Bodily functions can get in the way of your speech.
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Historian Robert Dallek introduces Jon to the drunk and heavily sedated Richard Nixon in his book "Nixon and Kissinger."
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John Oliver reports on the breakfast-based rescue efforts in the wake of England's worst flood.
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Tony Blair's former press secretary Alastair Campbell chats about his book "The Blair Years" and plans to write about Jon in his diary.
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Stephen recites a sonnet about the upcoming episode of The Colbert Report.
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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown visited Camp David for a weekend sleepover with President Bush.
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