The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Other News - Low-Brow Conversation
Season 3 • 02/16/1999
Scientists admit Neanderthal speech would have been unwaveringly focused on eating and rape.
This Just In - London AppallingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A new survey on the relative cleanliness of homes in different European countries found Britain at the bottom of the heap.
Headlines - Sequin Ye Shall FindThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon goes over the finer points of Carnaval, the Brazilian celebration of Mardi Gras, which includes transsexuals, fat guys, and waitresses from Chili's.
A Hastily Thrown Together Editorial - Linda TrippThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon delivers an editorial defending Linda Tripp, Monica Lewinsky's friend and phone-call-recorder, who'd received undue derision at hands of the media.
The Clinton Impeachment: A RetrospectiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
When Mo Rocca is upset about geopolitical events, he turns to Paul Anka for comfort, such as in this retrospective montage about the Clinton impeachment.
Rectum? It Nearly Killed 'Em!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Beth Littleford meets with sex therapist and rectal expert Dr. Jack Morin to learn how she and her anus can get on speaking terms.
This Just In - Low Down Dirty NameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon takes a closer look at the list of most popular baby names in New York City, including the ever-popular "Stinky McGirk."
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Jon is somewhat interested in Melina Kanakaredes' show "Providence," but he's really interested in her background as a synchronized swimmer.
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Dick Clark is Barbie's role model because he too is made entirely of age-retardant, space-age polymers.
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Jon looks back on the life of recently-deceased John Ehrlichman who, despite many flaws, was only the third or fourth most evil person in the Nixon administration.
Moment of Zen - Woman Applies SunscreenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A woman on the beach applies sunscreen to her chest.
Other News - Low-Brow ConversationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Scientists don't know what Neanderthals' first words might have been, though they admit such speech would have been unwaveringly focused on eating and rape.
Moment of Zen - Dead SharkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A dead shark is carted away on a flat bed truck.
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Jim Baum curses the day he ever, never saw a Sasquatch.
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The National Enquirer is the only paper brave enough to print the truth, the whole truth, and a bunch of stuff that has nothing to do with the truth.
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Jon sees London, Jon sees France. Does Jon see children's underpants?
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Now we know what happens to those little girls the Chinese don't leave on a hillside to die.
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The O.J. Simpson acquittal has become a heated topic of debate between people who think he is guilty and idiots.
Here's Jon!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon will be lucky if they don't ask Ed McMahon to host the show.
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Kurdish protesters stopped lighting themselves on fire when they realized that they had signs.
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Jon and Ed McMahon talk about the American Family Publisher's giveaway.
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