The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 16 • 01/24/2011
Anand Giridharadas says America should be worried about India and China's culture of hope.
Intro - Jon's Name in ArabicThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jon's name in Arabic means "knowledgeable one," but his name in Arabic slang means "the taint of a camel."
Global Chaos Round UpThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jean-Claude Duvalier returns to Haiti, and the Tunisian government falls after weeks of violent protests.
Main St. Anytown U.S.A.The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
To close budget deficits, New Jersey cuts its police force, Pennsylvania turns to gambling, and Illinois raises taxes.
Moment of Zen - Barbra Streisand's Connection to ChinaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Barbra Streisand is invited to the state dinner at the White House for Hu Jintao because she worked in a Chinese restaurant.
The Socialist NetworkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Hu Jintao gets the full treatment in Washington, D.C., and Jason Jones congratulates China on "developing" the stealth fighter.
Word WarcraftThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Steve Cohen compares Republicans to Nazis a week after making an eloquent case for civil and honest discourse.
Kambiz Hosseini & Saman ArbabiThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Kambiz Hosseini and Saman Arbabi say that completely censoring their Iranian satirical news show, "Parazit," is as impossible as stopping car theft.
Bird Like MeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Wyatt Cenac finds an historic black town in Mississippi where birds are revered more than people.
24-Hour Nazi Party PeopleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jon challenges his staff to find someone on Megyn Kelly's show making a Nazi comparison before he finishes a home perm kit.
Moment of Zen - Pill Prevents Hot FlashesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Brian Kilmeade will drink to a prescription pill that prevents hot flashes in women.
Anand GiridharadasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
As a child of parents who immigrated to America, Anand Giridharadas explains why he decided to move to India after college.
Moment of Zen - Congressional Prom NightThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Members of Congress liken the State of the Union to prom night in high school.
Indianapolis Homeless Talent ShowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
A local reporter in Indianapolis doesn't realize that making a homeless woman sing "Amazing Grace" is a horrible idea.
Chicago SnubsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
John Oliver doesn't think Chicago is being too strict on Rahm Emanuel since its politicians are paragons of virtue.
Intro - James Franco Is Stuck Under the Mini-FridgeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The mini fridge in the green room came down on James Franco after he tried to get a fun-size Snickers bar.
James FrancoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
James Franco walked to poetry class after learning he had received an Oscar nomination for best actor.
State of the Union 2011 - Republican RebuttalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Paul Ryan sells his vision of limited government to a primetime audience, and Michele Bachmann speaks for the real America.
State of the Union 2011 - Night of Too Many PromisesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Republicans and Democrats risk physical contact with each other, and an audience member gets excited about her presidential shout-out.
Jonathan AlterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jonathan Alter says Barack Obama has struggled to connect with the American public, yet he's accomplished more than any president since Lyndon Johnson.
Moment of Zen - Bipartisan Seating ChartThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jason Chaffetz was scared to death he was going to have to sit next to Anthony Weiner at the State of the Union address.
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