The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Intro - GW School of Engineering Commencement Address
Season 17 • 04/02/2012
A student from George Washington University's School of Engineering has a request for Jon.
The Hunger ShameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A whistleblower reveals that 70% of ground beef contains "pink slime," which is the last thing Jon wants in his mulched-up cow corpse.
Gaffe WatchThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Spike Lee re-tweets the wrong address as being the home of George Zimmerman, which happens to be the home of the most adorable elderly people ever.
Moment of Zen - Laughter in the Supreme CourtThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Attorney Paul Clement suggests that the Supreme Court give Congress a clean slate on health care.
Hot Docket - Animating the Health Care HearingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Since the Supreme Court doesn't allow cameras, The Daily Show imagines the day's proceedings with the help of a Taiwanese animation studio.
Rachel MaddowThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow details what changes the government can make to help citizens feel connected to the men and women in uniform.
Hot DocketThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Since Americans can only be divided into two camps, the health insurance debate boils down to those who want quality healthcare versus those who believe in freedom.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - Jump on the Blandwagon EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Republican after Republican lines up behind Mitt Romney with one simple endorsement message: we have voted enough.
Tucson's Mexican-American Studies BanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Al Madrigal travels to Arizona, where the powerful evidence of hearsay convinced the Tucson school board to ban Mexican-American studies programs.
Mohamed NasheedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Former President Mohamed Nasheed expresses the urgency for democratic elections in Maldives, as well as the urgency for environmental awareness.
Moment of Zen - Marco Rubio's EndorsementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
After endorsing Mitt Romney, Florida Senator Marco Rubio offers more thoughts on the 2012 GOP candidates.
Intro - GW School of Engineering Commencement AddressThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A young inventor from the G.W. School of Engineering and Applied Science asks a favor of Jon.
Good Morning Real AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
By infiltrating "Today Show" as co-host, Sarah Palin cynically exploits a manufactured notion of herself as a crusader against the lamestream media.
Good Morning Real America - Sarah Palin's Courageous "Today Show" AppearanceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
John Oliver investigates how a high profile conservative like Sarah Palin can infiltrate America's favorite morning show in broad daylight.
CourtCenterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
While conservatives and liberals exchange convictions about judicial review, the Supreme Court rules to allow strip searches following any arrest.
Moment of Zen - Sarah Palin on Pregnancy WeightThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Sarah Palin tells "Today Show" how she would react if someone criticized her for gaining weight while pregnant.
Tom GoldsteinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Law professor Thomas Goldstein believes that it takes a fair amount of humility to be a Supreme Court justice because, otherwise, one can get out of control.
Moment of Zen - Headless Chicken CampaignThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
James Carville offers a colorful analogy for the state of Rick Santorum's 2012 presidential campaign.
Indecision 2012 - Endless Suffrage 2012 - Last Bland StandingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
After losing another round of primaries, Rick Santorum sells himself short by comparing himself to Ronald Reagan.
Jack GoldsmithThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Jack Goldsmith's book "Power and Constraint" argues that, surprisingly, America's governmental checks and balances do a pretty decent job of constraining executive power.
Racist TimeoutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Larry Wilmore explains that the difference between the Trayvon Martin shooting and black-on-black crime is the word "crime," that thing that people get arrested for.
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