The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson
Season 18 • 06/25/2013
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson explains how "The Cosby Show" revolutionized hip hop.
Fried & Prejudice - Paula Deen's DiagnosisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Jessica Williams offers suggestions to help Paula Deen control her racist cravings.
Fried & PrejudiceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
A former employee accuses celebrity chef Paula Deen and her brother of sexual and racial harassment.
Maggie GyllenhaalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Maggie Gyllenhaal doesn't deny the possibility that the Edward Snowden story is nothing more than a viral "White House Down" marketing campaign.
Get Us to the GeekThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The media speculate on the whereabouts of wanted NSA intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
Money Boo BooThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Internal e-mails implicate credit rating agencies in the 2008 financial crisis.
Moment of Zen - The Twinkie ReturnsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Fox News pundits enthusiastically welcome back the Twinkie.
Moment of Zen - Bob Schieffer Gives Congress CreditThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Bob Schieffer tells America what he really thinks of Congress.
Presumed GuiltocentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
George Zimmerman's lawyer discovers that a murder trial is not the best place to try out untested comedic material.
Least Action HeroesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
When it comes to passing borderline meaningless legislation, Congress is the best around.
The Supreme Court & The Voting Rights ActThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The Supreme Court strikes down a key part of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and Texas wastes no time in disenfranchising minority voters.
Ahmir "Questlove" ThompsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson reflects on the musical influence of "The Cosby Show," remembers roller-skating with Prince and discusses his book, "Mo' Meta Blues."
Talker Texas Senator - Wendy Davis & Abortion Rights in TexasThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Texas lawmaker Wendy Davis filibusters an abortion bill, and Kristen Schaal shares her dream for the future of American women.
Judgment GayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Samantha Bee analyzes the Supreme Court's Defense of Marriage Act decision, and Jason Jones and Al Madrigal get gay married.
Talker Texas SenatorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Wendy Davis' day-long filibuster in the Texas Senate ends with a controversial vote on abortion restrictions.
Josh FoxThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Gasland Part II" director Josh Fox talks fracking, flammable water and the perils of natural gas.
Moment of Zen - The Supreme Court & Gay MarriageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The Supreme Court strikes down the Defense of Marriage Act.
America Comes Out of the ClosetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Anthony Kennedy becomes the father of Constitutional gay rights, and Antonin Scalia employs obscure legal jargon.
The LayoverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
President Obama travels to Africa, and Vladimir Putin confirms that NSA leaker Edward Snowden is stuck in a Moscow airport.
Tom GoldsteinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
SCOTUSblog's Tom Goldstein discusses the Supreme Court's DOMA decision and Justice Scalia's affinity for cantankerous rebuttals.
Moment of Zen - Jason RossThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Longtime Daily Show writer Jason Ross reports on diapered astronaut Lisa Marie Nowak.
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