The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 09/16/2013
Robert Reich discusses the film "Inequality for All."
Syria & American ExceptionalismThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
America's plan to bomb the truth out of Syria regarding its alleged use of chemical weapons hits a diplomatic snag.
Monsanto & Seed Patent LawsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Aasif Mandvi learns that greedy farmers have threatened the livelihood of Monsanto's heroic patent attorneys.
Vlad the InsulterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Vladimir Putin's op-ed in the New York Times shows him to be the Larry David of international diplomacy.
Moment of Zen - International CheckmateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Fox News and Eric Bolling walk America through a high-stakes game of international chess.
Billy CrystalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Billy Crystal remembers stories from his early days on the comedy circuit.
Castrated AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Fox News criticizes President Obama taking Roger Ailes' advice regarding to Vladimir Putin and Syria.
Moment of Zen - Steve Doocy's CouchThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Fox & Friends gets a fancy leather replacement couch.
Dude, Where's My War?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Pundits argue that the successful use of diplomacy in Syria is the worst defeat in American history.
World's Greatest FatherThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Inspired by Pope Francis, John Oliver envisions a day when the old will be replaced by the new.
Fifty Shades of GrahamThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Lindsey Graham decries the peaceful chemical weapons debacle in Syria.
Robert ReichThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich calls for a new era of citizen activism.
The Best F#@king News Team Ever Covers Breaking NewsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The Best F#@king News Team Ever describes the scene of breaking news as it happens.
Moment of Zen - Wolf Blitzer Can't Stop HimselfThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Wolf Blitzer reports on the status of a mass murderer in Washington.
Jake GyllenhaalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
"Prisoners" star Jake Gyllenhaal addresses the marks of age and weighs in on Ben Affleck's Batman casting.
WrongnadoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
When America needs context and clarity, it can depend on cable news to provide speculation and error.
Wrongnado - CNNThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Reporting on a mass shooting in Washington, CNN doesn't let a lack of facts get in the way of drawing speculative conclusions.
Hugh JackmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
"Prisoners" star Hugh Jackman talks finding his inner darkness and the reasons behind Australia's successful gun control measures.
Depressingly Familiar Post-Tragedy AnalysisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Despite numerous warning signs and previous violent incidents, the Washington D.C. shooter legally purchased a gun two days before killing 12 people.
Moment of Zen - Guns & SpoonsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Following a shooting in Washington D.C., Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert provides a helpful analogy.
Depressingly Familiar Post-Tragedy Analysis - A Homicide PactThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
When it comes to guns the Constitution is ironclad, but with terrorism it's more a list of suggestions.
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