The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 8 • 05/04/2004
John Kerry sounds like a dick when he tells the truth.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Good Koppel/Bad Koppel
A special edition of "Nightline" in which Ted Koppel reads the names of the U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq is barred from broadcast.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 365 Days Later
One year ago, President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq were over and the U.S. had prevailed.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 1/5 Amendment
Samantha Bee points out the important reasons to keep mini-bottles in the South Carolina Constitution.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Correspondents' Dinner
At the Correspondents' Dinner, President Bush is shown laughing.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Wafer Madness
The Catholic Church, tired of coasting on the momentum of a child molestation scandal, is now turning its cannons on John Kerry and his pro-choice stance.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - True Terminators
Arnold Schwarzenegger tells troops that they are the true Terminators.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Headlines - A Few Bad Men
Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison, a notorious torture pit under Saddam Hussein, didn't exactly become a Club Fedaian after it was taken over by U.S. troops.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 No Message
Kerry's latest campaign theme is choices, values and nation.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Joe Wilson
For years, Jon Stewart has been saying that the public needs to know what Ambassador Joe Wilson's wife does.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Back in Black - Product Placement
The Kentucky Derby didn't want commercial messages tainting the nobility of gambling.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 John D'Oh
John Kerry faces criticism in his party about his commitment to minorities, so he goes on BET to clear it up.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Deer Tick
Jon explains after the interview he didn't realize Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is over 800 feet tall.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Indecision 2004 - Ads
Both the George W. Bush and John Kerry teams launch major new television ad campaigns.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Big-Time Reporter
President Bush attacks John Kerry for telling a big-time reporter how he received endorsements from foreign leaders.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 This Week in God - Burial Cloth
Italians find a second face on the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, an aboriginal woman curses the Australian prime minister, and faux mitzvahs are the latest trend.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Indecision 2004 - Road Trip
George W. Bush criticizes John Kerry for talking to a big-time reporter about accepting campaign endorsements from foreign leaders.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Spoiler Alert
Rob Corddry reports on the epidemic that will plague our college campuses every four years until Ralph Nader finally dies.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks to Jon about writing his WWII book after he found out a family friend had been part of the 761st Tank Battalion.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Great Moments in Punditry - Art Torres
Two children read a transcript of an argument between Art Torres and Sean Hannity on a "Hannity and Colmes" episode.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Donald Rumsfeld
Donald Rumsfeld believes there's a technical difference between abuse and torture.
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