The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Setting of the Sons
Season 8 • 07/22/2003
Jon demands the Pentagon must be a higher standards of accuracy than weatherman, Al Roker.
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When they built the Kobe Bryant Information Center back in 1999, Jon remembers thinking: "Do we really need this?"
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Stephen Colbert is only replaying this gratuitous footage to show you how a complex pas de deux of human frailty will be reduced to spectacle.
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Ed Helms will spend the next few months shooting footage of Kobe Bryant's lawyers getting out of cars and back into cars.
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"The Kobe Bryant Trial" as a title graphic? Come on -- all that does is convey the information in a succinct manner.
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The Golden Age of Bankruptcy is paving the way for new generation of Rockefellers and Fords.
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Without soy, Steve Carell would never have found the wonderful path of telling you about produce.
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Talk about Chairman of the Bored, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan testimony yields good news regarding inflation.
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Hitting the nail right on the head.
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Justice is blind, or in Dennis Kucinich's opinion can also be gay, lesbian, or trans-gendered.
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In a summer full of cotton candy, Scott Glenn's new film, Buffalo Soldiers, provides a few rough edges.
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Just like weathermen, the Pentagon predicts an 80% chance that Saddam Hussein's sons were killed by American forces.
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Bush's approval rating is higher than Blair's because he knows better than to hang around the British House of Commons where people can disagree with you, out loud, in public.
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While President Bush talks about the strength of the Iraqi people, CNN runs a crawl heralding the reuniting of Cheech and Chong.
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Private Jessica Lynch's homecoming gave the news media a chance to educate the public about West Virginia, a diverse and complicated state.
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Dick Morris, former advisor to President Clinton, talks about what he perceives as missed opportunities to disrupt Al Qaeda operations.
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Ending someone's career is one of the less often talked about side effects of ending someone's life.
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The U.S. military killed Uday and Qusay Hussein in Mosul, Iraq, with missiles and machine gun fire.
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The Hussein family respectfully asks that, in lieu of flowers or donations, you please stop trying to kill them.
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Jon Stewart is stunned that images of Saddam Hussein's dead sons were released in America until he realizes they were just the "before" pictures.
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President Bush remembers how interestingly Julia Child made meals.
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