The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Robert O'Harrow, Jr.
Season 11 • 02/02/2006
Robert O'Harrow, Jr. advises that there need to be rules and laws to check this new source of power.
Oil and TroubleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jason Jones talks about America's addiction to oil, switch grass, and a special engine that bears a striking resemblance to a bong.
State of the UnionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Bush makes a plea to pass legislation to prohibit human-animal hybrids.
Talk the LineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Every year the Democratic Party chooses a rising star to give the Democratic response to the State of the Union Address.
Moment of Zen - BonerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
New House Majority Leader John Boehner is introduced.
A Boner in the GOPThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Republicans vote for a new House Majority leader, but after the voting, had more ballots than actual Republicans present.
Daily/Colbert - Under the GunThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jon Stewart ends the show and checks in with Stephen Colbert at "The Colbert Report."
American Resolutions - DeterminationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Correspondent Dan Bakkedahl needs to contact his sexual partners about his accomplished New Year's resolution.
Whites CollaredThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Enron's parting words to its employees were the same ones Jon Stewart used on his ex-girlfriends.
Bad CompanyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Just because somebody is white, they're not automatically guilty of billions of dollars of financial improprieties.
Shirt StormThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan is arrested for wearing a shirt, the exact opposite of arrests on "COPS."
Robert O'Harrow, Jr.The Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Robert O'Harrow, Jr. explains that the government is applying the same data for marketing and national security.
Mohammed, Mo' ProblemsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
The Islamic world erupts in response to a series of cartoons run in a Danish newspaper depicting the prophet Mohammed.
Helms - Looney TunesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Ed Helms has no thoughts on the violence, only profound respect for a great religion.
Daily/Colbert - Torie Clarke MemoryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Stephen Colbert remembers the sultry August morning when Torie Clarke walked into his office.
This Week in God - Divine RightThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
The Shintos and Russian Orthodox plunge into freezing cold water to achieve religious purification, while Indonesian Muslims perform the Ritual of Divine Right.
Torie ClarkeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Torie Clarke thinks the public should have more access to government information.
Cartoon ControversyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jason Jones argues the only way to make peace with the Muslim community is to get rid of cartoons altogether.
Moment of Zen - RifleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
A masked man shoots his rifle in the air in a room full of other masked men.
Intro - MaggieThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Jon got a daughter over the weekend.
Harrison FordThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS11
Harrison Ford's new technology is an analog watch and a phone.
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