The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 9 • 09/22/2004
John Kerry and George W. Bush show the difference between incumbency and challengercy.
Everyone At CBS News Needs To GoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
CBS News is in chaos, respected reputable outsiders need to be brought in to help the rebuilding effort.
Moment of Zen - Dan RatherThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Dan Rather personally and directly apologizes.
Richard ClarkeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The less Christmas cards Richard Clarke gets from Washington D.C., the more he speaks out against the Bush administration.
Inherit the WindpipeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Senator Chic Hecht's apple story involving Senator John Kerry seems rotten to the core.
Marc Racicot Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Former Montana Governor Mark Racicot describes his complex role as the chairman of the 2004 Bush-Cheney campaign, and Jon pressures him to drop a political bombshell.
Marc Racicot Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Marc Racicot believes George W. Bush is the man for our times.
Moment of Zen - Safe IsraelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Madonna realizes that Israel is no more dangerous than New York.
Face The NationsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
President Bush needs the United Nations help in maintaining order in Iraq... awkward.
Schlepped AwayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Madonna turns to Kabbalah, since the voracious and rampant sexual promiscuity wasn't filling the void.
Yusef Islam's PlaneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
A flight from London makes an emergency landing after Yusef "Cat Stevens" Islam's name shows up on the No Fly List.
ChallengercyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
George W. Bush addresses the world's diplomats, while John Kerry addresses the nation's housewives and kids sick with the flu.
Campaign MessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
A New Jersey mother is under investigation for threatening President Bush and a John Kerry supporter gets fired for her political beliefs.
Baby IraqThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Rob Corddry believes free speech isn't a victim in this presidential campaign; people just need to watch what they say and do.
Moment of Zen - Allawi SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Ayad Allawi gives a speech to Congress, saying the world is better off without Saddam Hussein.
Matthew BroderickThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Matthew Broderick describes his new play but somebody gets bored.
Birds of a FeatherThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Samantha Bee proves that gay penguins have everything to do with gay marriage.
Debate ManualThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The slightest breeze could blow either candidate off his pre-scripted answers into a dark, disturbing forest of spontaneity.
Mess O'Potamia - Escape from Mess O' PotamiaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Who better to give an objective assessment of Iraq than the man America hand-chose to lead it?
Indecision 2005 - Conflictatron 9000The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
If Florida is ready to hold elections, then Iraq certainly is ready.
Rosie PerezThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Rosie Perez talks about naked Supreme Court justices and her Broadway show.
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