The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 5 • 12/14/2000
Chinese President Jiang Zemin sends Bush a singing telegram.
Indecision 2000 - Graceful AcceptanceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
George W. Bush accepts Al Gore's concession and asks Americans to pray.
Indecision 2000 - Decision DeliveryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Reporters from the major networks struggle to make sense of the Supreme Court's decision in Bush v. Gore.
Back in Black - TransitionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Al Gore offers his concession, while Dick Cheney already has the transition underway.
Partisan LinesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The healing of a country torn along deep partisan lines has begun, but there's still a little bit of work to do.
Intro - EasterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Jon goes Easter caroling, even though he's Jewish and it's not Easter.
Historical PerspectiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Stephen Colbert points out that there have been historical events that prove that having a president isn't always necessary.
TV Guy - Will and GraceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Andy Kindler explains how "Will and Grace" shamelessly goes over the top to portray gay people as flaming sex-crazed buffoons.
Wolf BlitzerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Jon asks if he can be on Wolf Blitzer's new show.
Moment of Zen - Victory SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
President-elect George W. Bush delivers a victory speech after winning the presidential election.
Indecision 2000 - Boy to the WorldThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Our long national nightmare is over and our new national nightmare is set to begin.
Singing TelegramThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Japanese television stations interrupt programming for live coverage of Al Gore's concession speech and George W. Bush's victory announcement.
Back in Black - Happy Happy Merry MerryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Lewis Black comments on a swastika made of trees, Santa Clauses riding roller coasters and ice skating and a Colombian cure for baldness.
Headlines - Two in the BushThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Retro Bush administration stars Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice "Wang Chunged" their way into the younger Bush's administration.
Special "C"The Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Curry is smuggled from Queens, a dark, lawless land, ruled by tandoori war lords where the spice is one of many hedonistic pleasures.
Headlines - Person of the YearThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Time Magazine, the magazine for people who like USA Today but wish it were shinier, named President George W. Bush its Person of the Year.
Marla SokoloffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Marla Sokoloff met her current boyfriend on the set of her last movie, "Whatever It Takes."
Recap - 12/18/00The Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The new Bush administration is so diverse it looks like the cast of the television show "Zoom."
Dos and Don'tsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Jon Stewart offers "Dos and Don'ts" for broadcasting students in the audience.
Moment of Zen - First LadiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The new first lady, Laura Bush, and the old first lady, Hillary Clinton, stand and wave.
Moment of Zen - Katherine HarrisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Katherine Harris reads a quote from Alexander Hamilton.
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