The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Intro - RNC
Season 9 • 09/01/2004
It's day three of the Republican National Convention and day two of the Daily Show coverage.
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Jon tries to get Ted Koppel to say the f-word and Ted challenges Jon to a duel at dawn.
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Rob Corddry, Ed Helms and Samantha Bee work the Republican National Convention inside and out.
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The RNC film proves that the president's words fought valiantly against the facts about the War on Terror.
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Colbert shows that at the RNC, the Republicans not only put all their minority leaders on camera, they also let every one of them speak.
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Like Rob Corddry, some demonstrators are innocent, curious and drawn to the scene by the promise of free-spirited women.
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Communications Director Dan Bartlett wants to hear Jon's best pitch for George W. Bush to come on the show.
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Though President Bush has argued that those from Hollywood do not share America's values, it didn't stop the GOP from rolling out its biggest gun - Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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The convention hall was packed with kids to hear Education Secretary Rod Page tout the success of the No Child Left Behind Act, but some weren't paying attention.
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Samantha Bee can only afford a little box, but it's in a good location and it's the best she could find on such short notice.
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President Bush can't imagine Osama bin Laden understanding the joy of Hanukkah.
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The Daily Show continues the tradition of being very late with the coverage of the Republican National Convention.
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Stephen Colbert analyzes the Zell Miller speech and sees it as yet another example of the Democratic attack machine.
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President George W. Bush gives one of the strongest speeches of his career and then blows it in the last moment.
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Democratic Senator Zell Miller goes for the batsh*t crazy thing and challenges Chris Matthews to a duel.
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Zell Miller wants to challenge Chris Matthews to a duel.
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John McCain and Jon talk about the negative turn in the campaign tone embodied in Zell Miller's speech.
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The green, monstrously muscled and angry face of the Republican party rears it head on day three of the Republican National Convention.
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Tonight the Republicans will exploit 9/11 and make inspired, empty promises for the future.
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Stephen Colbert feels a palpable sense of safety as the Republican National Convention caps their week of strength and security.
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George Pataki raises the bar for douchebaggery by laying the blame for 9/11 where it belongs.
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