The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Intro - MSNBC
Season 6 • 06/04/2002
Jon Stewart defines the machinations of the NBC family.
Intro - SpidermanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
While Jon was off for two weeks, crime went down in New York City.
Whaaaa? - FBIThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The terrorists know that if they had the balls to plan an attack in English, the FBI would be right on it.
Headlines - F'DBIThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
John Ashcroft thinks America just needs to relax. Specifically, relax its rules about how the FBI goes about its business.
Ad Nauseam - ActingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Steve Carell explains that the choice of an actor in a commercial is as important -- if not more important -- than the ad itself.
Colin FirthThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Colin Firth explains how England is more perverted than any other English-speaking country.
Preview - 6/4/02The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
On the next show Mo Rocca gets in the middle of the fierce constitutional battle over backyard wrestling.
Ashleigh BanfieldThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
While hop scotching around the world, Ashleigh Banfield can't help bumping into Geraldo Rivera.
Moment of Zen - Backyard WrestlingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Young backyard wrestlers display their controversial art form.
Headlines - Queen as FolkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
England celebrates the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. What do you get for the woman who has everything but meaningful power?
Bill of Fights - Backyard WrestlersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
A ban on backyard wrestling would infringe upon the artistic expression of a few young men who feel they fight their friends just as the founding fathers fought the British.
Intro - MSNBCThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jon discusses the differences between MSNBC, CNBC and NBC and encourages young people to go out and buy useless crap for their dad's on Father's Day.
Moment of Zen - SirenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
India makes war preparations by testing their sirens.
World Cup SecurityThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The 2002 World Cup marks the first time American athletes participate in a major sporting event outside the country since 9/11.
Headlines - Kicking and ScreamingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The United States soccer team defeats heavily favored Portugal, making it the greatest soccer match ever played at 5 a.m., on ESPN2, from South Korea.
Adam Carolla and Jimmy KimmelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel know more about gay culture than Siegfried and Roy.
Intro - Father's DayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jon introduces the show and advises sons not to give chocolate to their dads on Father's Day.
Home GameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
In The Daily Show Home Game, you'll have 22 minutes of muckraking fun as you race to assemble a complete episode.
Other News - Apocalypse Naan!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Pakistan and India exchange gun and mortar fire on a daily basis.
Moment of Zen - Winona RyderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Swarmed by the media, Winona Ryder enters the courthouse for her trial.
Christopher Whitcomb Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Former FBI agent Christopher Whitcomb is confident that the FBI is currently streamlining their operations.
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