The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Faux News
Season 10 • 12/05/2005
The LA Times reports that Iraqi newspapers are being paid to publish pro-American stories.
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The homeless orphans of Hurricane Katrina band together to give the Rockefeller Center tree a hat.
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Stephen Colbert notes how he has theoretical physicists and bio-terror experts on his show while Jon has the White Stripes.
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With no footage available from the first face transplant, a horrified Jon turns to "Nip/Tuck."
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Jon explains the rationale behind the Daily Show's first musical guest, a celebration of the long-standing relationship between music and the news.
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Former President Jimmy Carter doesn't stay up late enough to watch The Daily Show, but now his TiVo solves that problem.
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Former President Jimmy Carter wrote "Our Endangered Values" due the recent dramatic and unprecedented changes in America's policies.
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Stephen was very impressed -- no, amused -- with Jon's interview with former President Jimmy Carter.
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If the Bush administration cracks down on illegal workers, millions of lives will be affected, restaurants will close and Rob Corddry's shirt will be all wrinkled.
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A Chinese announcer comments on the cuteness of 16 baby pandas.
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For more information on President Bush's philosophy on immigration policy, check out "The Idiot's Guide to Redundancy for Stupid Dummies."
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Suspicions increased due to the unusual format of Iraqi newspaper articles: "Sir! Twelve new schools have opened in impoverished Baghdad neighborhood of Sadr City, Sir!"
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Former President and CEO of the MPAA, Jack Valenti, believes that standards are getting out of hand.
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Jon Stewart ends the show and checks in with Stephen Colbert at The Colbert Report.
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For the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha" Michelle Yeoh had to learn to play the shamisen which is made from the skin of a dead cat.
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The Cuban dictator Fidel Castro refers to Florida Governor Jeb Bush as President George W. Bush's "fat little brother."
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Innocent Rachel Chen and five of her hot friends were supposed to have a night of stuffing dollar bills into the thong of a sweaty, gay male stripper -- but tragedy hit.
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The fault for society's ills lies not with government and institutions, but with music and pictures.
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Maybe this is revisionist history, but the real crime against humanity in Iraq is no air conditioned green rooms for reporters.
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In the Senate, unlike in the real world, the older you get the more people have to listen to your crazy ramblings.
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Bill O'Reilly unearths a devastating year-old, six-second long Daily Show joke that threatens Christmas and Christianity itself.
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