The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 6 • 07/30/2001
Lance Armstrong beat some "le French ass" with a "threepeat" in the Tour de France.
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Jon recaps the night's top stories, including news of John Ashcroft as the NRA's coverboy.
Headlines - 60 BlocksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Even from 60 blocks away, Stephen Colbert can feel Bill Clinton's charisma.
Headlines - 100 BlocksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Correspondent Stephen Colbert is reporting, essentially, from Harlem.
Moment of Zen - Powell SingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Secretary of State Colin Powell sings in a reclining position.
Other News - Corporate Spokes ManThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
In the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong narrowly avoided the thumbtacks and ball bearings on the road left by Muttley and the Laugh Olympic team.
BoobiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jon Stewart wouldn't be surprised if Playboy's top photographers photographed Jerri Manthey naked.
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When former president Bill Clinton talks to German people he's sure to bring up "99 Luftballons."
Presidential RacismThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Correspondent Stephen Colbert won't go to Harlem because he's uncomfortable around presidents.
Jerri MantheyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jerri Manthey is the first Survivor cast member to be photographed by Playboy.
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Jon ends the show and recaps the top stories of the night.
Threepeat ActionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Correspondent Matt Walsh can't ride a bicycle today because of the French and their stupid food.
MulliganThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jon welcomes a homogenous crowd and is then shocked by their enthusiasm.
Ringing Up BabyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jason Black is auctioning his newborn child's name in Yahoo and eBay, and his mother is rooting for Microsoft.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - Planet of the ApesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
An overabundance of clothes is a very good reason to spank this monkey, "The Planet of the Apes."
Snare FreeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The Wall Street Journal reports that the number of rock and roll drummers is in alarming decline.
Planet of the Apes: Could It Happen? Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Stephen Colbert finishes his investigation into whether apes could take over the world by donning a mask and confronting one on its own turf.
Peter KrauseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
By facing his fears and climbing two mountains, Jon declares that Peter Krause "is no Jew."
Staged NewsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Gathering and reporting the news, while rewarding, can be very stressful.
America OfflineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
It has been learned that the Code Red computer virus received its name from researchers drinking the Mountain Dew beverage of the same name.
Moment of Zen - LessonsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Charlie Oliver was once Jim Ryan's boss, but no longer. How did that happen?
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