The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 15 • 07/26/2010
William Rosen explains how an era of sustained technological innovation was created.
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Obama uses NASA to reach out to the Muslim world, while plans to build more mosques in America spark outrage.
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Arizona police officers can't arrest you for not carrying your papers, but if you don't have them, you can be detained.
Moment of Zen - Moment of JaverbaumThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Jon congratulates the technical video crew on their Emmy nomination and offers a tribute to David Javerbaum's amazing 11 years.
Arizona's Photo RadarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Olivia Munn explores the controversy over Arizona's highway safety versus invasions of privacy.
Marilynne RobinsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Marilynne Robinson believes the quality of science and religion determines the nature of the conversation.
LeBron James AnnouncementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
LeBron James announces where he is going to play basketball in the first 10 minutes of the ESPN show.
Conversation About RaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Jon proves he's not racist by showing Wyatt Cenac a Christmas card with his black wife, Wendy Williams, and their two Asian children.
Moment of Zen - Mel Gibson Is a RacistThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
According to Glenn Beck, Mel Gibson is disturbed and a racist.
Lost in RaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
John Oliver offers his resignation after revelations of professional negligence along with the alpaca-fighting ring he's been running in the studio.
Jon's White BeardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Jon has a white beard after accidentally dipping his chin in Marshmallow Fluff.
William RosenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
William Rosen says we've not only increased our capabilities with inventions, we've also increased our impatience.
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The cast of "Jersey Shore" rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
The Strife AquaticThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
BP did not give Tony Hayward a golden parachute because it decided parachutes were a costly and unnecessary safety apparatus.
Fareed ZakariaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Fareed Zakaria thinks President Obama needs to consult the gray beards of American strategy for guidance in Afghanistan.
Intro - Jon Starts a Goatee TrendThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Haters need to take a good look at Jon's goatee because it's going to catch on with people.
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An army intelligence analyst records classified Afghan war documents onto a Lady Gaga CD.
CorruptdateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
John Kerry avoids paying taxes on his yacht, Charlie Rangel faces ethics charges, and Rod Blagojevich is silenced at his own trial.
Gay ReichsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Scott Lively reveals to Jason Jones that Adolf Hitler was a homosexual and that Nazis used to meet in gay bars.
Moment of Zen - Gretchen Carlson Jumps RopeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Gretchen Carlson exercises by jumping rope on "Fox & Friends."
Impenetrable ConversationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
If you want to see The Daily Show live, have your friend come a month early and engage Jon in a nearly impenetrable conversation.
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