The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 15 • 12/16/2010
America's news networks are scooped by a sympathetic Zadroga bill story from Al Jazeera.
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Ricky Gervais might win an award for talking about Gordon Brown's skip-in, Stephen Hawking's chat show and Jon humping the audience.
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Male acrobats take off their shirts and perform for the pope.
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Stephen tells Jon about how the devil was in a spaceship and the wise men thought it was a star.
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Paul Rudd watches a clip of himself as the first test guest in 1999 when he looked older and Jon looked like Duckie from "Pretty in Pink."
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The media gives ideas to the uncreative pedophiles who want to use the Barbie video doll for nefarious purposes.
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Puppet RNC Chairman Michael Steele will run for a second term so he can cut taxes for bibillionaires, repeal Obibble-care and protect America's bibbles.
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CNN shakes things up by replacing Larry King with Piers Morgan and showing diarrhea clips.
9/11 First Responders React to the Senate FilibusterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
9/11 first responders express their thoughts on Mitch McConnell's tearful sendoff of a retiring friend and Jon Kyl's reasons for why the Senate can't work after Christmas.
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Josh Lieb is remembered on his last day before he moves to Los Angeles.
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Mike Huckabee shares why the Zadroga bill for 9/11 first responders is personal to him and urges Republicans to vote for it.
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Senate Republicans filibuster the Zadroga bill but pass tax cuts for the wealthy, which is great news for firefighters who make over $200,000 a year.
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A frustrated kid would rather be in Florida getting a tan on his back than sitting at the airport with his iPod.
Barack Obama Is Luke SkywalkerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Democrats defeat the Republican empire with stones, vines and a well-placed log to gain legislative victories.
San Francisco's Happy Meal BanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
After San Francisco bans toys from Happy Meals, Aasif Mandvi introduces kids to the brand new Crappy Meal.
Arkansas Competes for Craziest StateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Arkansas competes for craziest state, with masses of birds dropping from the sky and thousands of dead fish washing ashore.
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If Jon were Groucho Marx, Paul Giamatti would have earned $100 and a gift certificate to Gray's Papaya for saying "rapscallion."
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Stephanie Edwards will keep her face looking good by applying nuts to it this year.
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RNC chairman candidates must name their political hero, aside from Ronald Reagan, defend marriage, and reveal how many guns they own.
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Peter King wants to discuss the radicalization of Muslims, Michele Bachmann hopes to repeal ObamaCcre, and Darrell Issa releases a vanity project.
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Kirsten Gillibrand believes Americans should be proud of the 9/11 first responders bill and wants to reform Senate filibuster rules.
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