The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Second Opinion - Hospitals
Season 3 • 05/25/1999
Be warned: if you go to the hospital, you may get an infection.
Weekend Roundup - Emmy AwardsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon reports on Susan Lucci's Oscar win and Robbie Knievel's motorcycle/retaining wall crash.
Suzanne SomersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The old Suzanne Somers would rather die than diet, but now she's turned over a new salad leaf.
Item of the Week - RatsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Five percent of all rats raised in the U.S. die from wacky laboratory maze mishaps.
Headlines - Juris-Prudish '99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Police cameras used during arrests demonstrate unreasonable search and seizure, as well as unreasonable butt crack.
Moment of Zen - Tumble BoatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A boat tumbles over twice in the ocean.
Recap - No Cameras AllowedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon recaps the day's top stories including "COPS," Sherpas, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
This Just In - Benign-1-1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Brain tumors linked to cell phones spell the end for asbestos phones with uranium dials and long-lasting plutonium batteries.
Headlines - Baby's Got YakThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A group of Sherpas hike to the top of the World Trade Center to perform the world's highest rock concert.
Other News - Buff LuckThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Due to school violence, the WB postpones the finale of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" until it's safe for networks to go back to being irresponsible.
Pussy GaloreThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Everyone makes out at The Anderson Cat House in Minnesota.
Second Opinion - HospitalsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Child birth takes a lot of time, something today's working woman just does not have a lot of.
Cat FightThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Polka Joe Blazejewski's feathers have been ruffled by the comic strip Garfield.
Other News - The Blackboard BungleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Teachers expect better results from next year's 4th graders because they will also be this year's 4th graders.
This Just In - Road WorrierThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
President Clinton promised to put a freeze on the price of mustache rides at a nickel and to allow truckers to keep their side jobs as boob inspectors.
Natalie PortmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon celebrates Natalie Portman's final high school exams with a barrage of pop quiz questions.
He is Not PlayingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Garfield is bringing Marmaduke to the Polka Guy's house for a confrontation.
Recap - 5/26/99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon Stewart recaps the main stories of the night and previews tomorrow's show.
Hello Edit PointThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The Daily Show did not tape the Natalie Portman interview on a different day, Jon Stewart just decided to grow his hair out and then cut it again.
Headlines - The Thin Blue LieThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The plunger of justice was stuck where it really belongs, as a New York police officer pleads guilty in the Abner Louima case
Headlines - What's Up, Tiger Lillies?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Exxon, the first name in wildlife preservation, has teamed up with Siegfried and Roy, the first and second names in fey German magic acts.
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