The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Democalypse 2012 - Do We Look Stupid? Don't Answer That Edition
Season 17 • 07/25/2012
President Obama's grammatical gaffe comes off as a nut punch to small business owners.
Fareed ZakariaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Fareed Zakaria, author of "The Post-American World," offers his perspective on what's holding back the world cavalry from intervening in the Syrian conflict.
Back in Black - Campaign FibsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Both the Obama and Romney campaigns lie to Lewis Black, but it's fine just so long as they're not misrepresenting Nutella.
Mind the CrapThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
London faces security and transportation issues heading into the 2012 Summer Olympics, but all missteps will be forgotten pending an impressive opening ceremony.
Moment of Zen - Olympic TransportationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
CBS reports that Olympic athletes like Kerron Clement were stuck on London busses for many hours longer than expected.
Matthew McConaugheyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
"Killer Joe" star Matthew McConaughey discusses losing weight for an upcoming part, taking on more challenging roles, and why he loves working with Richard Linklater.
Intro - The Daily Show Returns to British TVThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Following an 18-month layoff filled with in no way derogatory coverage of the Diamond Jubilee and the royal wedding, The Daily Show returns to British television.
Democalypse 2012 - Do We Look Stupid? Don't Answer That Edition - Grammatical GaffesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Mitt Romney's attack on Barack Obama's slight grammatical misstep regarding small business is what people do in an argument when they're completely f**ked.
Joseph StiglitzThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
In his book, "The Price of Inequality," Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz argues that America has become the most unequal of all the advanced industrial countries.
Moment of Zen - Barack Obama's Pronoun TroubleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
President Obama and Bugs Bunny have something in common.
Herman Cain: An American Presidency - Energy PolicyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
John Oliver questions would-be President Herman Cain about his energy policy, which focuses on untapped oil shale deposits in national parks.
Democalypse 2012 - Do We Look Stupid? Don't Answer That EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
In the middle of a rather banal populist run, President Obama invents an original kind of gaffe when he tells the truth on purpose.
Despot HousewivesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un marries a mystery bride, but details of the royal wedding are less revealing than nuclear secrets.
Zach Galifianakis & Will FerrellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
"The Campaign" costars, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, are tired of being asked lame-ass questions, so it's up to Jon Hamm to elevate the conversation.
Moment of Zen - Orrin Hatch's PleaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Senator Orrin Hatch gives a pitch-perfect argument against letting tax relief expire.
Bad HabitThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
The nun-stream media long convinced the world nuns were harmless, levitating scamps, but Samantha Bee finds evidence of a pope-defying, insubordinate variety.
Jon Stewart Fingers Some A**holes and Then Gives Them a Vigorous Tongue-LashingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A typographical error prevents Congress from enacting regulatory reform for banks, but not from presenting a bill aimed at making English the national language.
London GallingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
During his first overseas trip as the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney's Olympics expertise nearly severs America's unique relationship with Britain.
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Rashida Jones, cowriter and star of "Celeste and Jesse Forever," discusses dating in the '90s and a movie adaptation of her socialite-spy comic book, "Frenemy of the State."
Cock BlockersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Municipalities try banning Chick-fil-A after CEO Dan Cathy's stated opposition to gay marriage, and Wyatt Cenac and Jessica Williams learn to live their values.
Quadrennial Corporate-Sponsored International Ring-Based Sports EventThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
NBC supplants the London Olympics' memorial tribute to subway bombing victims with an interview between the world's two most overexposed mammals.
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