The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 19 • 04/07/2014
George W. Bush returns to public life to debut his collection of paintings.
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"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" star Samuel L. Jackson describes how technology has made it possible for comic books to truly come to life.
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With crackdowns hitting offshore banking in the Cayman Islands, deranged millionaire John Hodgman embarks on a bold journey to protect his extensive assets.
Donors Unchained - Quid Pro QuoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
As Republicans grovel at the scooter-riding feet of super donor Sheldon Adelson, the Supreme Court seems unable to come up with examples of the corrupting influence of money.
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"Why Soccer Matters" author and legendary soccer player Pele reflects on overcoming poverty to win three World Cup titles.
Moment of Zen - Money TalksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
On the "Today" show, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus describes the expansive power of money.
Donors UnchainedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
The Supreme Court does away with yet another limit on campaign funding, finally ridding America of the corrosive influence of not enough money in politics.
Good News From AfghanistanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Despite dangerous voting conditions -- like violent Taliban attacks on polling stations -- 7 million Afghan citizens emerged in droves to vote in the presidential election.
Back to the TortureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
As the Senate declassifies a report on torture abuses during the Bush administration, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld appear more than happy to embrace their twisted legacy.
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George W. Bush shares his art, including a painted portrait of Tony Blair, with the "Today" show.
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"The Divide" author Matt Taibbi attempts to understand how the judicial system can take pride in letting admitted money launderers for narco-terrorists off scot-free.
Portrait AccomplishedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
George W. Bush gets in touch with his artistic side to paint portraits of world leaders.
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"Draft Day" star Denis Leary describes how his hairstyles reflect his wide-ranging acting abilities and questions why he wasn't given a part in "Rosewater."
Haters of the Lost ArkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
Some Christian moviegoers complain about the historical inaccuracies of "Noah" and struggle to handle the sexiness of Jesus in "Son of God."
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Al Madrigal uncovers a liberal propaganda scheme aimed at Latinos and gives advice on finding unbiased reporting on the Affordable Care Act.
America's Got CoverageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
The Obama administration somehow manages to meet its ambitious goal for Affordable Care Act enrollment.
Moment of Zen - Sexy JesusThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
CNN's Brooke Baldwin and Carol Costello discuss the attractiveness of modern-day Jesus candidates.
Moment of Zen - Spring Break 1989The Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
In a 1989 "Inside Edition" report, Bill O'Reilly reveals that college students on spring break are not studying.
The Empire Takes Back - It Could Happen HereThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
After visiting Brighton Beach, a New York neighborhood with a large population of ethnic Russians, Samantha Bee determines that Putin plans to invade America.
The Younger Games: Catching IreThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS19
As spring break descends upon America, Fox News criticizes the debaucherous behavior -- but then offers advice on how to party harder.
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Colin Firth describes the feeling of being trusted with the intimate portrayal of a surviving war crime victim in "The Railway Man."
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