The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Those Inferior Animals - Intents and Porpoise
Season 7 • 04/10/2003
The U.S. Navy reports one of its most highly trained personnel missing.
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Ambassador David Scheffer talk about the United Nation's role in a post-Saddam Iraq.
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Looters restore hope in a new democratic society in Iraq.
Moment of Zen - Toppling SaddamThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The statue of Saddam Hussein is toppled by U.S. Forces in Baghdad.
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Rob Corddry offers travel tips for those of you looking to have a good time and not be killed by terrorists this summer.
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Fox News -- above all the other news networks -- sees the war as what it is: entertainment.
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After the fall of Saddam Hussein, the sculpting community will experience a renaissance of subject matter.
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Iraqis cheer and hold up an American flag that has a picture of Sylvester Stallone.
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Jon doesn't know how Dennis Miller has the mind or the wind for his jokes.
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President Bush's Iraqi television appearance bridges the gap between nations and proves condescension knows no borders.
Back in Black - HummersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Hummers are the top-selling SUV, CEOs get paid in inverse proportion to the damage they've done and Hooters starts up an airline.
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A dolphin specially taught to detect and sweep away sea mines in the Persian Gulf goes AWOL, while a giant squid is caught in Antarctica.
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President Bush learns he has cultural advisors.
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Enough with the current events and the war -- we've got a salad to make.
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Vases are looted from the Iraqi National Museum.
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Patrick Stewart dispels any rumors of him, Ian McKellan and a white feather boa.
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Monica Lewinsky is back on the air and Bill Clinton works for CBS. Jon's mind is blown. No pun intended.
The New IraqThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The U.S. government-issued playing cards may not be helpful in finding Iraqi fugitives, but they're great collectibles.
Foibles Of The ReconstructionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The U.S. military transforms its mission in Iraq from blowing things up to putting it back together again
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The Shiite pilgrims chant, sway and cut their own heads open in an emotional ritual banned under Saddam Hussein.
Moment of Zen - Madonna SingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Madonna plays guitar and sings about phoniness.
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