The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Silent Night, Holy Crap
Season 9 • 12/15/2004
Bob Wiltfong finds out that Christmas is a dangerous time of year.
International Pamphlet - LocustsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Swarms of locusts wreak havoc all across the globe, and David Beckham and Posh Spice play Joseph and Mary.
Dore GoldThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Dore Gold talks about the changes and reforms facing an increasingly irrelevant world governing body.
Teed OffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The M.D.A. refuses to pay Keith Schott for the hole in one he hit at a charity event.
Mess O'Potamia - Full Medal RacketThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Bush awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to a retired General, a fashion pioneer and a Queen.
Moment of Zen - Bush's Hanukah CelebrationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The White House celebrates Hanukah with an a cappella serenade for the first family.
Headlines - Abstinence Of MaliceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The Bush administration funds school sexual abstinence programs, teaching information that is at best misleading, and at worst, completely wrong.
Billy ConnollyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Billy Connolly knows of another way not to get AIDS, apart from wearing Birkenstock shoes.
Back in Black - Dangerous ToysThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Lewis Black covers this year's list of dangerous toys, including a plastic Nerf football, lead jewelry and a sharp Batmobile.
Terrorist TargetsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Homeland Security compiles its database of potential terrorist targets, including amusement parks and miniature golf courses.
Moment of Zen - Santa ClausThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Bob Wiltfong interviews a security expert who describes Santa Claus.
Silent Night, Holy CrapThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Bob Wiltfong thinks the safest thing to do this year is to ignore Christmas all together.
Culture WarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Hollywood doesn't like anal sex. It loves anal sex.
Great Moments in Punditry - ChildrenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Did you not say that, did you not say that, did you not say that?
Moment of Zen - Anal SexThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
William Donohue claims Hollywood likes anal sex.
Mo'Money, No Problems!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
George W. Bush deals with the U.S. deficit by confronting Social Security.
Katie CouricThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Katie Couric claims that many teenagers don't think oral sex is intimate.
This Week in God - Holiday EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert punches the God Machine for the latest news in religion.
Mess O'Potamia - Running Exit PollThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
Iraq's booming election thwarting industry has been particularly worrisome.
Moment of Zen - The MaldivesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
By the grace of God, Star Jones survived the tsunami.
Headlines - Relief PitchersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS10
America is willing to spend about as much on the greatest natural disaster in recent memory as it was willing to spend on the first week of "Spanglish."
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