The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Squabble In Coral Gables
Season 9 • 09/30/2004
John Kerry gets off to a riveting start in a 2004 presidential debate.
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In an attempt to shed his patrician image, John Kerry is expected to wear a cape to the first debate and end every sentence with the word "bi-atch."
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Bill O'Reilly reflects on how impressive his interview with President Bush was.
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Finding out his audience is not just a bunch of stoned slackers, Jon now feels that he's in over his head.
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The more John Kerry attempts to clarify his position on the Iraq war, the more long and drawn out his answers become.
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What a night for debate fans, Roberts Rules of Order were in the house and each candidate put their rhetorical balls on the line.
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Rudolph Giuliani feels that George W. Bush talked to people in the debate while John Kerry lectured people.
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John Kerry and George Bush shake hands at the end of their debate.
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Since George W. Bush wasn't reduced to tears in the debate, the Republicans are considering it a success.
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Correspondent Samantha Bee thanks undecided voters for helping her decide that she is going to drown herself in a bucket.
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General Wesley Clark believes John Kerry has convinced the American people that he is the right choice for president.
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John Kerry gets off to a riveting start during a presidential debate in Coral Gables, Florida.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu hopes for America not to export bombs, but compassion and generosity.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu deserved his Nobel Peace Prize and Henry Kissinger's was given to him ironically.
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President George W. Bush and his wife joined Dr. Phil and his wife for a soft focus, Texas drawl-off.
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Even the right-leaning New York Post conceded that John Kerry was the winner of the debate, although they noted this with an asterisk which read: "...of Assface of the Year."
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Dr. Phil tells a couple that they are doomed to a life of fear.
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Dr. Phil doesn't want to "get real" with The Daily Show and has a bit of a douche complex.
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Belgium and the Netherlands have not only legalized same sex marriage but have also moved in together.
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Paul Allen's SpaceShipOne completes the first privately-financed, manned flight into space.
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The SpaceShipOne crew celebrates their successful flight by pouring champagne on each other.
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