The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 12 • 08/08/2007
Senator Joe Biden chats about his 2008 presidential run and his book "Promises to Keep."
Jason Jones 180 - NantucketThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Jason Jones dives into a problem threatening Nantucket's exclusive beachfront properties.
More AlibisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
John Oliver comes up with some more non-racist alibis for Florida Representative Bob Allen.
Yearly Kos ConventionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shows real chutzpah when the subject of taking money from lobbyists comes up.
Andy SambergThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Andy Samberg tells Jon about the inspiration behind "D**k in a Box" and discusses his film "Hot Rod."
Moment of Zen - Legislative PowerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
A State Legislator tries to sweet talk his way out of being arrested.
The Henry Stops HereThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Buck Henry joins The Daily Show to give Jon some perspective on media barons throughout history.
Going, Going, GunThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
After American explosives, guns, oil and money vanish in Iraq, many wonder if it's merely coincidence or something much worrisome.
Bonds Breaks RecordThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Rob Riggle will never forget where he was when he heard that professional baseball player Barry Bonds had broken the home run record.
Moment of Zen - Barry Bonds' RecordThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Barry Bonds rejects any notion that his home-run record is tainted.
Saving the RomneysThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney reveals just how much his family is sacrificing for the U.S.
Joe BidenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Senator Joe Biden talks about this his book "Promises to Keep" and wonders whether The Daily Show pulls more viewers than Democratic debates.
AnagramsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Stephen Colbert creates anagrams using the names of the presidential candidates.
Cavuto's Bush ChatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Neil Cavuto interviews President Bush for the fourth time, which means that his next interview will be a freebie.
President Bush in His Own WordsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
The President struggles to bring higher thought down to the masses.
The Brothers FiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Jon learns about the discomforts the five Romney Brothers are suffering on a bus in Iowa.
Mess O' PoromniaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Aasif Mandvi describes the harrowing experiences faced by Mitt Romney's sons on the campaign trail.
Tal Ben-ShaharThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Professor Tal Ben-Shahar describes what it's like to teach happiness at Harvard in his book "Happier."
Bill KristolThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Bill Kristol assures Jon that President Bush doesn't think he's a pussy.
Mony de LeonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
Dr. Mony J. de Leon weighs in on an apparent epidemic of memory loss in the Bush administration.
Moment of Zen - Rove's LeakThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS12
It's not Carl Rove's job to leak the names of anyone for a CIA investigation.
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