The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Recap - 6/26/00
Season 4 • 06/26/2000
Jon recaps tonight's top stories.
Other News - Beaten CensusThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The census-taker who was pushed down a flight of stairs was unhurt, but the resident who pushed him was hurt -- because now his voice will not be counted.
Minor - Southern DiscomfortThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The proliferation of Chuck E. Cheese's, Wal-Marts and the like are pushing Civil War re-enactors out of their natural habitats.
Moment of Zen - Census RapThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Baltimore, MD, census bureau records a rap song to promote polling.
Made-Up MarsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Vance DeGeneres has one word to describe NASA's discovery of water on Mars: made-up.
Headlines - Merge OverkillThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Philip Morris and Nabisco merge. Finally the technology to make cigarettes stay crispy in milk.
Cheri OteriThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Cheri Oteri discusses her new movie, "Scary Movie," and why the characters with big boobs are always the first to die in horror film.
This Just In - Train DeadThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Atlanta Braves reliever John Rocker attempts to ride the New York City subway after making disparaging remarks about the city in Sports Illustrated.
Stand by Your FanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Mo Rocca investigates one Nashville woman's dubious claim that she is country music's number one fan.
Headlines - GridironyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The Daily Show obtains an exclusive tape of Dennis Miller's audition for "Monday Night Football."
Moment of Zen - Monday Night FootballThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A clip from Dennis Miller's Monday Night Football audition tape.
Recap - 6/26/00The Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jon recaps tonight's top stories: John Rocker taking the New York subway, the Philip Morris-Nabisco merger and Dennis Miller on Monday Night Football.
Draft TimeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
One more time, Jon Stewart is stating his eligibility for the NBA draft.
Headlines - Jimi ShelterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
It wouldn't be the opening of a rock and roll museum without Microsoft billionaire co-founder Paul Allen there to kick things off.
This Just In - Toast of the TownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Global warming threatens New York, the heat is on, and more to the point, its on the streets.
Ad Nauseam - Beer CommercialsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
A real Canadian is not some deranged Canuck with no accent who's screaming about what kind of boots his Prime Minister wears.
Headlines - Map QuestThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Mapping the human genome doesn't compare with Big Mouth Billy Bass the singing fish
Moment of Zen - Big Mouth Billy BassThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Big Mouth Billy Bass sings "Take Me to the River."
Jeff ProbstThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
Jeff Probst got, what his doctor called, "a squirty bottom" when he first arrived on the "Survivor" island.
Movie ProtestsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
"The Patriot" has the British grinding their soft, brown teeth and advocates of the mentally ill are pissing all over the parade of pratfalls in "Me, Myself, and Irene."
Back in Black - Useless StuffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS4
The most psychotic technological achievement of this century is the subway system in the earthquake capital of the world, Los Angeles.
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