The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Dollars and Cents - WorldCom Executives
Season 6 • 06/27/2002
Steve Carell doesn't want to lose sight of the real victims: WorldCom executives.
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Paul Sorvino whips out his cadre of impressions, from Al Gore to a large gay man.
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The G8 Summit is held far away from ass-baring protestors and McDonald's goes undercover to avoid vandalism.
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WorldCom reports that 3.8 billion dollars is inaccurately reported as earnings, amounting to a massive financial blowjob.
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Jon walks us through the media coverage of dirty bombs more than a month after the arrest of an alleged terrorist.
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Clint Mathis compares playing soccer overseas versus playing in America.
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Rob Corddry reports that if Americans continue to believe in capitalism, the executives still win. They've got it fixed.
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A court of appeals rules that the phrase "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional.
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Children from different classrooms recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Jon believes the NBA discriminated against him because he has asthma and only one kidney.
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Toby Keith and Charlie Daniels will not perform on upcoming 4th of July television specials after their songs are deemed inappropriate.
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When Congress gets through with the WorldCom executives, they'll have nothing left but some faded memories and millions of dollars.
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A bull crushes a man at the running of the bulls in Spain.
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Jon Stewart sees Texas half-empty of flood water, while Stephen Colbert sees Texas as half-full of flood water.
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Adam Sandler never gets caught for his crimes because he does them to old people who will forget.
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According to the Benjamin Moore racial profiling color wheel, any person darker than butterscotch is probably a terrorist.
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President George W. Bush goes on vacation and New York City landlords heighten security measures on their rental properties.
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These misguided WorldCom executives need more than punishment, they need hope.
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On tonight's show, Senior White House Correspondent John King is getting a more Nightliney treatment.
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John King thinks that the WorldCom accountants are getting hammered.
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The U.S. Government is hard at work building new correctional facilities for white collar criminals.
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