The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Re-Decision 2003 - Actor Speak
Season 8 • 08/20/2003
Finally, someone has put the California election into language actors can understand.
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Cynthia Nixon talks about surviving the blackout and Jon Stewart not getting laid in the final season of "Sex and the City."
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The mayor of Toronto is tired of being pushed around by the United States.
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Canada has become popular because it doesn't go around declaring war on everyone these days.
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The Iraqis are helping us un-build their country through a careful program of sabotage.
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Jon Stewart can't tell if the audience has more sympathy for Idi Amin or Ted Kaczynski.
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Ed Helms examines the regions of the brain that advertisers attempt to stimulate by hitting people in the nuts.
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In Arnold Schwarzenegger's first political ad, he tells us that he wants to be the people's governor.
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Jon and Will Shortz bore the audience to tears with their love of crossword puzzles.
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Healthy Penis and Phil the Giant Syphilis Sore battle it out for the hearts and minds of syphilitic Californians.
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Beleaguered California Governor Gray Davis takes a rather weak stand against the ascendant G.O.P
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Rob Lowe announces on "Extra!" that he will be joining the campaign of Arnold Schwarzenegger as an advisor.
Back in Black - Idiot PowerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Lewis Black examines the preposterous over indulgence of blackout "survivors."
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Jon Magazine features every part of the pig: ladies porcelain shoes, voyeurism and numbered pages.
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Dennis Kucinich and Jon talk about why frontrunners tend to move more to the center.
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A bus is out of service during the 2003 Blackout.
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Jon Stewart introduces a new mascot to over compensate for The Man Show's Juggies.
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KB Toys introduces a line of toys for the Bush Administration.
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Stephen Colbert examines the sad struggle of Democratic senators in Texas who find themselves homeless in the face of hostile redistricting.
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John Ashcroft goes on the road to defend the surveillance tactics employed by the Patriot Act.
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Senator Joseph Lieberman tries to speak Spanish to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
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