The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 17 • 10/26/2011
Lisa Randall discusses the process of answering important scientific questions.
Indecision 2012 - The Great Right Hope - Tone Def Comedy JamThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Between Rick Perry's birtherism and Herman Cain's electrified Mexican border fence idea, a pattern emerges from the Republican field.
Indecision 2012 - The Great Right Hope - The 180 ClubThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Pat "Gay People Cause Hurricanes" Robertson expresses concern for how extreme the Republican party has gotten.
Back in Black - Indoctrinating America's ChildrenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Lewis Black considers Occupy Wall Street's family sleepover, Mike Huckabee's kids' time-travel show and "Sesame Street"'s starving puppets.
Moment of Zen - "The View" on VibratorsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
"The View"'s Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd debate the merits of traveling with a vibrator.
Walter IsaacsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Walter Isaacson talks about becoming emotionally invested throughout the course of writing Steve Jobs' biography.
Guest Introduction JokesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Like all things Apple, Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Steve Jobs will cost 30% less and weigh half as much a year from now.
Weathering Fights - Science: What's It Up To?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Science claims it's working to cure disease, save the planet and solve the greatest human mysteries, but Aasif Mandvi finds out what it's really up to.
Parks and Demonstration - Oakland RiotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Everything's going well among those who have taken to the streets to protest America's wealth inequality -- except in Oakland.
Moment of Zen - Occupy HalloweenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
People can dress up as Occupy Wall Street protesters on Halloween.
Weathering FightsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A study funded by the Koch brothers debunks Climategate, but the cable news media doesn't cover it.
Lisa RandallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Physicist and author Lisa Randall explores how science illuminates the modern world and why some people are unwilling to accept scientific findings.
Andrew NapolitanoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Andrew Napolitano thinks that government spends more time evading the Constitution than upholding it.
Moment of Zen - "Joe the Plumber" Isn't His NameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Samuel Wurzelbacher doesn't know why his name is so hard for Americans to grasp.
Indecision 2012 - Scared Mittless - Mitt Romney's CompetitorsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Mitt Romney has surveyed the Republican field and decided 23% is enough to beat any of those yahoos.
Stock & AweThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Europe's financial crisis threatens to decimate the global economy, so Jon exercises his contractual doomsday clause with help from The Best F#@king News Team Ever.
Indecision 2012 - Scared MittlessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
When it comes to his polling numbers, Mitt Romney remains consistent despite his shocking inconsistency in every other regard.
Moment of Zen - Haunted House AnalysisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A monster explores the effects of the financial crisis on America's interest in the supernatural.
How a Bill Doesn't Become a LawThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Wyatt Cenac reports on the death of H.R. 3472, a bill providing health insurance premium discounts for exercising.
The 7 Billionth PersonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
A baby born in the Philippines is considered the world's 7 billionth person.
Indecision 2012 - Ruh Roh EditionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Herman Cain denies allegations of sexual harassment, and Rick Perry overcorrects for past debate performance stiffness.
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