The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Michael Clarke Duncan
Season 7 • 02/12/2003
Michael Clarke Duncan has a deep voice.
Madman-ography - Kim Jong-ilThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
In recent months, Kim Jong-il has started his nuclear reactor program and threatened the West with total war.
Moment of Zen - Kim Jong-il PhotosThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A series of Kim Jong-il photos are displayed
Oscar NominationsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Rob Corddry is up early in Hollywood to cover the announcement of the Oscar nominations.
H2GoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush puts Iraq on the back burner of his gigantic gas guzzling stove to pay lip service to the cause of environmentalism.
Moment of Zen - Duck and CoverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A 1950s Public Service Announcement urges American children to prepare for a nuclear attack.
Helms - A Pain in the ClassThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ed Helms travels to Florida to examine the desperate plight of America's richest two percent.
Slowdown: IraqThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The three major networks fear that the upcoming war in Iraq could cost them up to $25 million a day in lost advertising revenue.
Headlines - Nobel PriesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ten Nobel laureates publish a letter to President George W. Bush in the New York Times urging him to reverse his tax cuts.
Headlines - Tape FearThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The Department of Homeland Security issues a report urging Americans to be prepared with duct tape and plastic sheets in case of a terrorist attack.
Intro - OBL's Album DropThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon gives Osama bin Laden's latest album a bad review.
Michael Clarke DuncanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Michael Clarke Duncan talks about his role as the deep-voiced villain in "Daredevil."
Ben AffleckThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ben Affleck is surprised the MTV viewers didn't get layered satire.
Outrage Against the FrenchThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
New York Congressman Peter King thinks France has achieved very little over the last 75 years.
Moment of Zen - George TenetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
George Tenet is questioned about North Korea's ballistic missile.
Headlines - Home in their RangeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
U.S. officials believe that North Korea has a missile capable of reaching the United States.
Ad Nauseam - Anti-Drug AdvertisingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The Office of National Drug Control Policy releases ads that try to get teenagers to put down their joints and pipes and bongs.
North Korea's Taepo DongThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The Taepo Dong 2 is a bigger dong than the dong North Korea fired over Japan in 1998.
Message to FranceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
France, don't say you don't want the U.S. to import your goods; we know you do.
Headlines - Al JazeeraThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A new audio tape from Osama bin Laden debuts on Al Jazeera.
Helms - Apocalypse Snow - Get DownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ed Helms examines the aftermath of a deadly terrorist weather attack on New York City.
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