The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 7 • 08/15/2002
Stephen Colbert looks at how smoking has become the latest form of discrimination.
Moment of Zen - Right Trend DirectionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush details the last 6 quarters of economic activity.
Econ ArtistsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush admits that times are kind of tough, but don't worry people, he's holding a one day economic forum. And Saddam Hussein issues a statement of condemnation.
Elvis WeekThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death is celebrated in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
Words of Mass DestructionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The United States launches a powerful theoretical attack of large font sans serif characters against Iraq, some even equipped with italics.
Intro - Blue CrushThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon is going to see Blue Crush for the surfing, not for the hot ladies in bikinis.
Headlines - Receding AirlinesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Part of the airlines' new plan is to make thousands of tiny planes on sticks.
Mr. CoughyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The cigarette machines come with a variety of virtual sales clerks who silently judge you.
Plane TroubleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Rob Corddry has some great notes on why the airlines are in trouble, but they got taken away from him during the routine security strip search.
Rich EisenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Rich Eisen and Jon talk about the Harlem Little League and Rich's favorite interview.
Moment Of Zen - Virtual Sales ClerkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A computer-generated black man in a cigarette machine won't sell cigarettes to minors.
Civil LightsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Stephen Colbert highlights the smokers' dream that one day we will all be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our lungs.
Denis LearyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
If Jon Stewart believed everything Denis Leary said while drunk, he would be Mrs. Denis Leary by now.
Even Stevphen - WarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Stephen Colbert is not surprised that Ed Helms didn't go to Princeton, because Ed is stupid.
Washington D.C. Mayor RaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
You do not have to be a guy standing by himself in a parking lot to appreciate the message of former exotic dancer and Washington, D.C., mayoral candidate, Faith.
Preview - 8/20/02The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Later in the week, Stephen Colbert exposes the blatant lies of Lynne Cheney's children's book.
Headlines - Three Strike CapabilityThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
One thing we've learned in studying Afghani culture? Religion doesn't mean that much to them.
Moment of Zen - Take Me Out to AfghanistanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Young Afghani boys play baseball.
Dis KapitalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Washington, D.C., incumbent Mayor Anthony Williams had Billy Joel and Kelsey Grammer vote for him.
Indian BummerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Organized crime is using death threats to force Bollywood stars to work in crookedly financed features.
Headlines - Bed Bush & BeyondThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Over 100 of President Bush's friends, relatives and fundraisers have slept at the White House.
You may also like5 Videos
Kal Penn Returns to The Daily Show as Guest HostThe Daily ShowS28
Actor, author and former White House staffer Kal Penn is back as guest host of The Daily Show for a week of all-new episodes, starting Monday at 11/10c.
XXXI Days of Announcing the Holidays
Andrew Catalon of CBS Sports rings in the holiday season with expert commentary on the festive shows, movies and specials airing all December long!
"South Park: Snow Day!" Video Game Showcases New GameplaySouth Park
"South Park: Snow Day!" immerses players in a new art style, bringing your favorite characters to life while exploring classic locations from the show, now available to preorder in-store.
"Star Trek: very Short Treks" Has Lightyears of LaughsStar Trek: very Short TreksS1
Relive the classic vibe of "Star Trek: The Animated Series," and join Riker, Spock and more Starfleet faces on the bite-sized journeys of "Star Trek: very Short Treks," now streaming.