The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 13 • 10/27/2008
Campbell Brown believes a journalist has a broader perspective with a little distance.
Gaffe-InThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The candidates' mistakes are called gaffes, bloopers, or as they're known on the street -- Pullin' a Biden.
Intro - Burning Man FestivalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon is going to the Burning Man Festival for his summer vacation.
Bus Tour of the Other AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Rob Riggle bridges the gap by giving real Americans a tour of the other America.
Jon CorzineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Governor Jon Corzine believes the financial system will straighten out if we fix the housing and job markets first.
Moment of Zen - Redneck AreaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Murtha says western Pennsylvania was redneck years ago.
Obama and Palin Rallies of FearThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
They say America is divided, but John Oliver has never seen it more unified than at the Obama and Palin rallies.
Moment of Zen - Is Sarah Palin a Feminist?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Sarah Palin has two different answers for whether she's a feminist.
Clusterf#@k to the Poor House - Alan Greenspan Robs Sam BeeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Samantha Bee has a black eye and a backwards G on her cheek.
The Candidates' LabelsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The McCain-Palin team knows that reducing people to a single word is demeaning, and that voters like Joe the Plumber don't like it.
Intro - Blitzer SmellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon wants CNN's Campbell Brown to tell him how to get the Blitzer smell out of his clothes.
Campbell BrownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Campbell Brown wants to cut through the false equivalency that journalists get caught up in.
Daily/Colbert - Special Election ShowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Stephen won't be able to make the special election show -- he's hosting a live broadcast with Jon that night.
Moment of Zen - McCain Doesn't Defend PalinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John McCain doesn't defend Sarah Palin -- he praises her.
Intro - Two Gift BagsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Steve Martin, Barack Obama and Bill Kristol are the upcoming guests for the week, but Jon only has two gift bags left.
Cenac - Election ImpatienceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Wyatt Cenac can't take another week until the election.
Steve MartinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Steve Martin knew something different was happening when he swam over his audience in an abandoned pool.
Meet Your New Cellmate - Ted StevensThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Ted Stevens is the Senate's longest serving Republican, and as of last night, a convicted felon.
John McCain's Air QuotesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John McCain has finally put the concerns of women where they belong: in derisive air quotes.
Mario Lopez Interviews Barack ObamaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
A one-on-one interview with Barack Obama just days before the election puts Jon in pretty exclusive company.
Moment of Zen - Two MavericksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
It'd be dull if John McCain and Sarah Palin agreed on every issue.
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