The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
You Have No Idea!
Season 12 • 07/17/2007
Jon uses plumbing to drive home Surgeon General nominee James Holsinger's anti-gay sex report.
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Rob Riggle reports on the Bush administration's new calendar, which is based on post-9/11 progress.
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Al Jazeera correspondent Josh Rushing gives a sympathetic voice to both U.S. and Iraqi interests.
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John Oliver hopes that one day English will be the only language in the US.
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Bruce Willis's talking head delivers some upsetting news about Christopher Walken.
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Children are suddenly buying six-packs of hand soap.
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Angelenos are rather "blah" on the Catholicism scandal since it's not even one of their "Big Three" religions.
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Cardinal Roger Mahony announces that the Catholic archdiocese of Los Angeles will give out $660 million to victims of sexual abuse, according to the severity of the abuse.
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The Giant Head of Bruce Willis blows Jon's mind.
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Sen. David Vitter announces to his wife, "Hey honey, we're going to Sorrytown!" after getting caught in a sex scandal.
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"Hairspray" star Christopher Walken shares his theory on the dancing cops of Queens and invites Jon to his house for dinner.
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Dr. Richard Carmona describes how the Bush Administration politicized his role as Attorney General.
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Matt Groening was told to stop doing a fake newscrawl on his show "The Simpsons" for fear of Fox News viewers confusing it for the real thing.
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The American soldiers in Iraq have no idea how lucky they are to have senators staying up all night on their behalf.
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John Oliver -- excuse us, Olivier -- gives a harsh review of the Senate's latest piece of political theater.
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Jon would like to cover football player Michael Vick in liver and let the dogs see how fast he really is.
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Watching Democrats try to prevent a GOP filibuster makes Americans see why we want to export democracy abroad.
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John Oliver gets in the spirit of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" release and drops a spoiler.
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You've got to hand it to Hamas -- they really know how to kill a children's show's mouse.
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Aasif Mandvi helps Jon understand a seemingly incoherent argument made by the Bush administration.
Return of the JihadThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Al-Qaeda's resurgence brings out the worst in the Bush Administration's math and logic.
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