The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Bieber by the Dozen
Season 19 • 01/15/2014
Police investigate Justin Bieber's role in a $20,000 house-egging incident.
Bridgegate - Brit Hume & the Feminization of AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Brit Hume defends Chris Christie against bullying allegations and waxes nostalgic for the good old days.
Tim GunnThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Tim Gunn reflects on the pressure that comes with being famously well-dressed, his loyalty to Heidi Klum, and his show "Under the Gunn."
BridgegateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Chris Christie fights for political survival, and Jon ponders the media's tradition of assigning a "gate" to every scandal.
Hillary Clinton's Hit ListThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Pundits and partisans debate gender politics amid a report that Hillary Clinton had an enemies list.
Moment of Zen - Cliff CarpenterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
The Daily Show bids farewell to Cliff Carpenter.
Passion and Intrigue on "The Five"The Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Samantha Bee gives a dramatic performance to demonstrate that Fox News's "The Five" is all about love.
Robert Gates Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates addresses the bipartisan bureaucratic mess in Washington.
Moment of Zen - Bad Egg BieberThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
The Today Show weighs in on the Justin Bieber egging incident.
Robert Gates Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
"Duty" author Robert Gates recommends holding individuals in slow-moving government bureaucracies more accountable.
Let's Break a DealThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Senators imperil the prospect of peace with Iran because of immaturity and a lack of self-control.
Bieber by the DozenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Small and incredibly smooth-chested boy man Justin Bieber allegedly terrorizes his neighbors with groceries.
Jon Stewart's Thumbs Up, WomenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
From GM to Hamas, women make inroads in traditionally male organizations.
Moment of Zen - Tim CarvellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
The Daily Show says goodbye to writer Tim Carvell.
Gaywatch - Red WeddingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Gay marriage sort of goes forward in Utah and Oklahoma, and Jason Jones questions Jon's grasp of post-Newtonian physics.
Jon Stewart's Thumbs Up, Women - The Job InterviewThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Kristen Schaal experiments with absolute workplace power and vows to abuse it much better than men have.
Steven BrillThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Time Magazine columnist Steven Brill challenges the myth of free market price controls in the American health care system.
The Hungry GamesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Reported Velveeta and bacon shortages loom over the Super Bowl.
Moment of Zen - Don't InterruptThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
"Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski finishes her thought.
Marilynne RoachThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Marilynne Roach dispels popular myths surrounding the Salem witch trials.
WatchmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
President Obama puts the N.S.A. controversy in context by pointing out other historical instances of American spycraft.
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